Aug 26 – 30, 2024
University of Chicago
America/Chicago timezone

TeV Particle Astrophysics (TeVPA) is an international conference that covers the most recent advances in the field of Particle Astrophysics. This year, TeVPA returns to Chicago for the first time since its inaugural edition in 2005 (at Fermilab). This meeting will feature morning plenary sessions, and afternoon parallels on cosmic ray physics, gamma-ray astronomy, neutrino astronomy, cosmology, direct and indirect searches for dark matter, gravitational waves, and their connection to particle physics.




Plenary speakers: 


Hugh Lippincott – direct detection of dark matter

Chelsea Bartram – direct detection of wave-like dark matter

Noah Kurinsky – direct detection of low-mass dark matter

Camila Correa – cosmological simulations as a test of the nature of dark matter

Toshihiro Fujii – ultra-high energy cosmic rays (experiment)

Noemie Globus – ultra-high energy cosmic rays (theory)

Zhen Cao – ultra-high-energy gamma rays

Tracy Slatyer – indirect searches for dark matter

Nick Rodd – the Galactic Center gamma-ray excess

Ke Fang – multimessenger astrophysics, active galactic nuclei

Vera Glucevic – constraints on warm and self-interacting dark matter

Carmelo Evoli – cosmic rays and TeV halos

Regina Caputo – Space-based gamma-ray astronomy

Brian Metzger – transients

Manuel Meyer – Cherenkov Telescope Array

Julian Munoz – cosmic dawn

Josh Ruderman – connections with particle theory

Kim Boddy – nanoGRAV and gravitational waves from the early universe

Mariangela Lisanti –Galactic dynamics in the era of GAIA

Jessica Turner – primordial black holes

Philip Bull – 21 cm cosmology

Elisa Resconi – high-energy neutrinos

Maya Fishbach – gravitational waves in VIRGO/LIGO band

Brian Clark – ultra-high-energy neutrinos

Brian Batell – accelerator probes of dark matter

          Gianfranco Bertone – conference summary talk



University of Chicago
Ida Noyes Hall (Max Palevsky Theater): 1212 E 59th St # 3, Chicago, IL 60637 Eckhardt Research Center (161, 401, and 501): 5640 S Ellis Ave, Chicago, IL 60637 Gordon Center for Integrative Science (W301/303): 929 E 57th St, Chicago, IL 60637 Michelson Center for Physics: 933 E 56th St, Chicago, IL 60637
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