ABOUT

Welcome to IBS Conference on Dark World 2019

The 2nd IBS Conference on Dark World will be held in Daejeon, South Korea, from Nov. 4th to Nov. 7th, 2019. This conference is a biennial meeting jointly organized by the three IBS research centers for fundamental physics – Center for Axion and Precision Physics Research (CAPP), Center for Theoretical Physics of the Universe (CTPU), and Center for Underground Physics (CUP). This meeting is aiming to bring theorists and experimentalists together to discuss the latest results, ideas, and future prospects in the fields of cosmology, astrophysics and particle physics. The topics cover a wide range of scientific research on dark world, including dark matter, dark force, and related subjects in physics beyond the standard model.

Date & Venue

Date : November 4-7, 2019
Venue : IBS Science Culture Center, Daejeon, Korea

Organizers

Yeongduk Kim (IBS-CUP)
Eunju Jeon (IBS-CUP)
Yannis K. Semertzidis (IBS-CAPP/KAIST)
SungWoo Youn (IBS-CAPP)
Kiwoon Choi (IBS-CTPU)
Sanghyeon Chang (IBS-CTPU)
Chang Sub Shin (IBS-CTPU)

Contact Info

2019ibs.conference@gmail.com

PROGRAM

Time Monday, 4 November 2019
Session 1 Chair: Jihn E. Kim (Kyunghee University/IBS-CAPP)
09:00~09:20 Registration
09:20~09:30 Opening (Yeongduk Kim, IBS-CUP)
09:30~10:10 COSINE experiment – a WIMP dark matter search experiment with NaI(Tl) detectors
Hyun Su Lee, IBS-CUP
10:10~10:50 Production and detection of an axion dark matter echo
Pierre Sikivie, University of Florida
10:50~11:10 Break
Session 2 Chair: Seodong Shin (Yonsei University)
11:10~11:50 Neutrino oscillations in dark matter
Ki Young Choi, Sungkyunkwan University
11:50~12:30 Higgs Portal with an Axion-like Particle
Kwang Sik Jeong, Pusan National University
12:30~14:00 Lunch
Session 3 Chair: Kwang Sik Jeong (Pusan National University)
14:00~14:40 IBS/CAPP: prepared the way for 10% axion dark matter sensitivity
Yannis Semertzidis, IBS-CAPP/KAIST
14:40~15:20 The First Physics Run of Muon g-2 Experiment at Fermilab
Liang Li, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
15:20~15:40 Break
Session 4 Chair: Axel Lindner (DESY)
15:40~16:20 Next-generation Measurement of Muon g-2 and EDM with Low-Emittance Muon Beam at J-PARC
Tsutomu Mibe, KEK
16:20~17:00 Searching for Muon to Electron Conversion in a Muonic Atom – Quest for New Physics
Yoshitaka Kuno, Osaka University
18:00~20:00 Reception
Time Tuesday, 5 November 2019
Session 5 Chair: Hyun Su Lee (IBS-CUP)
09:30~10:10 The Next Step in the Search for Dark Matter with Noble Liquid Detectors
Elena Aprile, Columbia University
10:10~10:50 Two years from ANAIS-112 experiment
Maria Luisa Sarsa, University of Zaragoza
10:50~11:10 Break
Session 6 Chair: Stefano Pirro (Laboratori Nazionali del Gran Sasso)
11:10~11:50 Axion Search Experiment at CAPP
Woohyun Chung, IBS-CAPP
11:50~12:30 Chasing the dark matter axion with ADMX
Gianpaolo P. Carosi, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
12:30~14:00 Lunch
Session 7 Chair: Dmitry Budker (Helmholtz Institute JGU Mainz/UC Berkeley)
14:00~14:40 Time Modulations and Amplifications in the Axion Search Experiments
Ariel Zhitnitsky, University of British Columbia
14:40~15:20 QCD axion theory
Jihn E. Kim, Kyunghee University/IBS-CAPP
15:20~15:40 Break
Session 8 Chair: Elena Aprile (Columbia University)
15:40~16:20 Cosmological Relaxation from Dark Fermion Production
Minho Son, KAIST
16:20~17:00 Magnetogenesis from rotating scalar: à la scalar chiral magnetic effect
Chang Sub Shin, IBS-CTPU
Time Wednesday, 6 November 2019
Session 9 Chair: Chang Sub Shin (IBS-CTPU)
09:30~10:10 Macroscopic dark matter: models and detections
Yang Bai, University of Wisconsin-Madison
10:10~10:50 ALPino/gravitino as decaying dark matter and cosmological signatures
Ayuki Kamada, IBS-CTPU
10:50~11:10 Break
Session 10 Chair: Gianpaolo P. Carosi (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)
11:10~11:50 MADMAX: introduction and status
Chang Lee, Max Planck Institute for Physics
11:50~12:30 Results and update from the ABRACADABRA search for sub-μeV axion dark matter
Reyco Henning, University of North Carolina
12:30~14:00 Lunch
Session 11 Chair: Ayuki Kamada IBS-CTPU
14:00~14:40 Light-shining-through-walls and the ALPS II experiment at DESY
Axel Lindner, DESY
14:40~15:20 Ultralight bosonic dark matter: some recent results and prospects
Dmitry Budker, Helmholtz Institute JGU Mainz / UC Berkeley
15:20~15:40 Break
Session 12 Chair: Maria Luisa Sarsa (Laboratori Nazionali del Gran Sasso)
15:40~16:20 Nuclear Isomers as Dark Matter accelerators
Harikrishnan Ramani, UC Berkeley
16:20~17:00 Scintillating Bolometers for Rare Event Physics
Stefano Pirro, Laboratori Nazionali del Gran Sasso
17:00~17:20 Break
18:00~20:00 Banquet
Time Thursday, 7 November 2019
Session 13 Chair: Pierre Sikivie (University of Florida)
09:30~10:10 Status of dark photon search experiments
Suyong Choi, Korea University
10:10~10:50 Precision Frontier Science at J-PARC
Naohito Saito, J-PARC Center/KEK
10:50~11:10 Break
Session 14 Chair: Yannis Semertzidis (IBS-CAPP/KAIST)
11:10~11:50 Light Boosted Dark Matter from the Universe and the Accelerator Beams
Seodong Shin, Yonsei University
11:50~12:30 Neutrino Physics Programs at CUP
Yeongduk Kim, IBS-CUP
12:30~13:30 Lunch
13:30~18:00 Excursion

INVITED SPEAKERS

Gianpaolo P. Carosi, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Reyco Henning, University of North Carolina

Chang Lee, Max Plank Institute for Physics

Tsutomu Mibe, KEK

Yoshitaka Kuno, Osaka University

Liang Li, Shanghai Jiao Tong University

Ariel Zhitnitsky, University of British Columbia

Suyong Choi, Korea University

Dmitry Budker, Helmholtz Institute JGU Mainz / UC Berkeley

Axel Lindner, DESY

Ayuki Kamada, IBS-CTPU

Naohito Saito, J-PARC Center/KEK

Pierre Sikivie, University of Florida

Yannis Semertzidis, IBS-CAPP/KAIST

Jihn E Kim, Kyunghee University/IBS-CAPP

Woohyun Chung, IBS-CAPP

Stefano Pirro, Laboratori Nazionali del Gran Sasso

Elena Aprile, Columbia University

Maria Luisa Sarsa, University of Zaragoza

Harikrishnan Ramani, UC Berkeley

Yang Bai, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Minho Son, KAIST

Ki Young Choi, Sungkyunkwan University

Kwang Sik Jeong, Pusan National University

Chang Sub Shin, IBS-CTPU

Yeongduk Kim, IBS-CUP

Hyun Su Lee, IBS-CUP

Seodong Shin, Yonsei University

VENUE

IBS Science Culture Center

Address: 55, Expo-ro, Yuseong-gu, Daejeon, Korea, 34126
Tel: +82-42-878-8114

TRAVEL

Several sets of directions are provided to assist visitors to IBS in Daejeon City.
Please click on the tab below to find detailed information based upon your departure point after arriving in South Korea.

By limousine bus, bullet train and taxi (Recommended)

  • Take the bus 6001 or 6702
  • Make your way from the street up into Seoul Station
  • Take the AREX and go to the center of the Seoul Station
  • Take the KTX bullet train and get off at the Daejeon Station
  • Get a taxi at the front entrance, Exit 1 (8 km, 18 minutes, and the fare is around KRW 8,000)
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By limousine bus

Terminal 1

  • Buy the bus tickets near Exit 4 and in between 8 and 9; and outside just left of Exit 11
  • Take the Daejeon bus at 11A on the first floor
  • Get off at Doryong or Daejeon Government Complex (pronounced Jeongbu Chongsa)
  • Take a taxi to IBS located at 55, Expo-ro, Yuseonggu

Terminal 2

  • Buy the bus ticket at the kiosks or manned ticket office
  • Pass the rail options (AREX) and take the bus at the left at platform 5
  • Get off at Doryong or Daejeon Government Complex (pronounced Jeongbu Chongsa)
  • Take a taxi to IBS located at 55, Expo-ro, Yuseonggu
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By limousine bus

  • Buy the bus ticket at the Gate 3 of the airport terminal and get on the bus
  • Get off at Daejeon Government Complex (Jeongbu Chongsa)
  • Take a taxi to IBS located at 55, Expo-ro, Yuseonggu
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By subway, bullet train and taxi

  • Take an AREX (Airport Railroad Express) train at Gimpo International Airport Station across the street from the airport
  • Get off at the Seoul Station (last station)
  • Go to the west side of Seoul Station
  • Get off at the Daejeon station and go out front entrance (Exit 1)
  • Take a taxi to IBS located at 55, Expo-ro, Yuseonggu
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By taxi

  • Take a taxi to IBS located at 55, Expo-ro, Yuseonggu
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By bus

Buses 121, 705, and 911 stop relatively close to IBS HQ but may first need a transfer, depending on your departure point. The best way to find bus route information is through one of the main search websites as noted below.

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By bullet train (KTX or SRT)

  • From Seoul and north of the Han River: Seoul Station
  • From Seoul and south of the Han River: SRT at Suseo Station.
  • From Busan: KTX and SRT trains

→ From Daejeon Station, go out the front entrance (Exit 1) and get a taxi from the line of taxis waiting near the entrance

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By bus

Doryong and Chongsa Terminals

  • Doryong Terminal and Chongsa Government Complex are the closest intercity bus stops to IBS
  • Take a taxi at Doryong (2.8 km, 8 minutes, and the fare is around KRW 3,500)
  • Take a taxi at Chongsa Government Complex, (2.7 km, 7 minutes, and the fare is around KRW 3,500)

Yuseong Terminal

  • Take a taxi at Yuseong Terminal (7.4 km, 15 minutes, and the fare is around KRW 7,100)

Bukhap Terminal (Dong Daejeon)

  • Take a taxi at Bukhap Terminal (7 km, 21 minutes, and the fare is around KRW 7,500)
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ACCOMMODATION

Hotel ICC

Address: 55, Expo-ro, 123beon-gil, Yuseong-gu, Daejeon, Korea, 34125
Tel: +82-42-866-5000

TOUR

Gongsanseong

The fortress wall of Baekje,
built in the style of the Three Kingdoms Period in Gongju City,
Chungcheongnam-do.The fortress. Historic site.

REGISTRATION

Online Registration Closing Date : October 31, 2019

On-site registration is available at the registration desk during the conference.

We gratefully acknowledge support for this conference from