- Masahiro Ibe (ICRR)
Dark matter (DM) problem is now one of the most important problems in many fields of physics. DM mass is, however, currently predicted to be in a range between 10^–55 g and 10^40 g; uncertainty of a hundred orders of magnitude. A certain diversity of research is thus required to solve the DM problem and many DM candidates are now being proposed and discussed. Among various candidates,...
I will discuss phenomenology of Higgsino dark matter. First, I will briefly overview theoretical issues related to Higgsino dark matter. Then, I will summarize present status and future prospects of Higgsino dark matter search using colliers and direct detection experiments.
Wino is one of the most attractive candidates of the dark matter.
The Wino is a natural prediction of SUSY models and provides very rich signatures in collider, direct and indirect search for the dark matter.
I will talk about the current experimental and theoretical status of the Wino dark matter and the future prospects.