Jun 14 – 17, 2011
Europe/Berlin timezone


Being in many ways complementary to both direct and accelerator searches, indirect dark matter detection has a great potential to help identifying the nature of the dark matter. In fact, indirect searches have already started to seriously probe the parameter space of well-motivated dark matter models and upcoming experiments will extend the currently existing bounds considerably.

This workshop is intended to bring together experts in the field, both experimentalists and theorists, to discuss recent progress and prospects for the future. In particular, it will cover the areas of dark matter (sub)structure, propagation models, the various detection channels and multi-wavelength strategies, as well as recent theoretical developments concerning the annihilation rate.

The format is deliberately chosen so as to encourage extended discussions and further (new) collaborations between the participants. In order to dedicate as much time for this as possible, there will be only one short session with contributed talks each afternoon; in the morning, there will be invited review talks intended to give a broad overview over the field.

Seminar Room 2 (Tue, Wed) and Lecture Hall in Building 61 (Thu, Fri)
Notkestr. 85, 22607 Hamburg, Germany