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DATE & TIME Sep. 3 (Thu.), 2020 / 14:00 (KST)
Detection of light dark matter which has mass less than O(1) GeV has been actively studied for a few years. Cosmic-ray boosted dark matter is one of the topics.
Generally speaking, detecting the light dark matter by dark matter-nucleus scattering is quite difficult, however, in arxiv:1810.10543 a scenario that such dark matter can be boosted by cosmic-ray scattering and get enough kinetic energy for detection was proposed. I will review the scenario and discuss its detection in directional direct detection.
1) Host: Hiroshi Okada (firstname.lastname@example.org)
2) Office: Research Support Team (email@example.com)