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Astroparticle Physics - Dark Matter

Physik / Astrophysik

Universität: Tübingen
Dozent: Jochum, Josef
Aufzeichnungsdatum: Sommersemester 2005
Sprache: English


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Inhalt:

Die Einleitung der Vorlesung ist auf Deutsch der Rest auf English.

Stichwortartige Beschreibung des Inhalts:

Astroparticle Physics; Astroteilchenphysik; Dark Matter; Lecture; Big Bang; Cosmic Rays; Stars; Sun; Cosmology; Friedmann Equations; Robertson-Walker Metric; Cosmological principle;
Robertson-Walker Metric; Einsteins Field Equations; Friedmann Equations; 1. Friedmann Equation; 2. Friedmann Equation; Newtons Equations;
Friedmann Equations; Hubble Expansion; Redshift; Hubble law; Hubble constant; Pressure; Density;
Friedmann Equations; Deceleration parameter; Mass to Light ratio; Galaxy Rotation curves;
Matter Density; Mass to Light ratio; Modified Newton Dynamics (MOND); Gravity Lenses; Einstein Ring; Peculiar Velocities;
; Power Spectrum of Structure; Cosmic Microwave Background; CMB; Neutrinos; Jeans length; cold dark matter; hot dark matter; 2dF Sky Survey; Sloan Digital Sky Survey; Lyman alpha forest; Matter Density;
Cosmic Microwave Background; CMB; 2.73K-Background; Planck Spectrum; Saha Equation; WMAP;
Anisotropy; Primordial Spectrum; "Harison-Zeldovich-Spectrum"; Sachs-Wolf-Effect; Doppler shift; Adiabatic Fluctuations;
Sachs-Wolf-Effect; Doppler shift; Adiabatic Fluctuations; Silk damping; Baryon density; Oscillations; Baryons; Omega total; Planck Satellite; Spider Web Bolometer;
Supernovae; Supernovae Ia; Cosmology; Luminosity Distance; Hubble law; Deceleration parameter; Standard candle; Supernovae II; Supernovae IIa; White Dwarf;
Cosmology; Luminosity Distance; Standard candle; Supernova discovery; Nearby Supernovae Ia; Cepheids; Distant Supernovae Ia; Deceleration parameter; Concordance Model; Cosmological constant; Dark energy;
Dark energy; quintessence model; baryons; Nucleosynthesis; neutron-proton freeze out; neutron decay; baryon density;
Thermal relics; Freeze out; comoving number density; Lee-Weinberg-Curve;
WIMP (weakly interacting massive particle); Standard model; Supersymmetric standard model; neutralinos; LSP (lightest supersymmetric particle);
LSP (lightest supersymmetric particle); WIMP (weakly interacting massive particle); neutralinos; Axion; "strong CP problem"; Peccei-Quinn Symmetry; two-photon axion interaction; WIMP detection; WIMP annihilation; scattering;
WIMP (weakly interacting massive particle); WIMP detection; radiation background; radiation shielding;
WIMP (weakly interacting massive particle); WIMP detection; MACHOS (massive compact halo objects); Local WIMP density; Signal energies; Detector-resolution;
WIMP (weakly interacting massive particle); WIMP detection; Ionisation detectors; Scintillation detectors; Cerenkov detectors; Thermal detectors;
WIMP (weakly interacting massive particle); WIMP detection; Detector sensitivity; Detector noise; Preamplifier noise; Electronic noises; Scintillation detectors; Thermal detectors;
NaJ-Scintillation detectors; DAMA (DArk MAtter) experiment; Gran Sasso; Count rate statistics; background index; DAMA-evidence; Liquid Xenon Scintillation detectors; ZEPLIN I (Zoned Proportional scintillation in Liquid Noble Gases) experiment;
Dark Matter search; Low-T-Detectors; CDMS (Cryogenic Dark Matter Search); EDELWEISS (Experience pour DEtecter Les Wimps En SIte Souterrain); CRESST (Cryogenic Rare Event Search with Superconducting Thermometers); CRESST I; CRESST II; Gran Sasso;

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