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Yue-Lin Sming Tsai
Project Researcher (from 2013/10/01 to 2016/09/30)
Current Affiliation
Purple Mountain Observatory, Chinese Academy of Sciences


Last Update 2024/05/14

My research interests cover a wide range of complementary topics in the eld of dark matter physics, including particle physics, astrophysics, cosmology, and statistics. DM searches incorporate three experimental approaches: i) direct detection (DD), ii) indirect detection (ID), and iii) collider signatures.

Using a dark matter Lagrangian and experimental data sets, particle physicists can constrain the particle model parameter space. In contrast, by utilizing other astrophysical data sets in analyses of ID and DD data, astrophysicists can model-independently constrain the properties of dark matter.

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