Conference & Seminar Talks

2022

  1. Direct detection of sub-GeV dark matter with graphene
    05.07.2022, Internal meeting, Nordita (remote), Stockholm, Sweden

  2. Status of the Light Dark Matter KAW project
    15.06.2022, Conference talk, Fysikdagarna 2022, Lund, Sweden
    [slides]

  3. Direct searches for sub-GeV dark matter with electrons and stars
    30.05.2022, BSM Seminar, OKC, Stockholm University, Stockholm, Sweden

2021

  1. Solar reflection of light dark matter (invited talk)
    29.10.2021, State of the Universe Seminar (remote), DTP, TIFR, Mumbai, India
    [slides] [video]

  2. Solar reflection of sub-GeV dark matter
    02.09.2021, TAUP 2021 (remote), IFIC, Spain
    [slides] [video]

  3. Diurnal modulations in DM-electron scattering experiments (invited talk)
    21.04.2021, SENSEI Collaboration meeting (remote)

  4. The particle accelerator in the sky - Solar reflection of sub-GeV dark matter (invited talk)
    20.04.2021, Science coffee seminar (remote), Lund University, Sweden
    [slides] [video]

2020

  1. How atoms respond to general dark matter-electron interactions
    23.11.2020, Workshop Partikeldagarna 2020 (remote)
    [slides]

  2. Direct Detection of sub-GeV Dark Matter with General Electron Interactions
    15.01.2020, Theory Seminar, Chalmers University of Technology, Göteborg, Sweden

2019

  1. How atoms respond to general Dark Matter-electron interactions
    03.12.2019, Workshop Quantum Materials for Dark Matter Detection (QM4DM), Nordita, Stockholm, Sweden

  2. Detecting low-mass Dark Matter after Scatterings in the Earth and Sun (invited talk)
    31.10.2019, LNGS seminar, INFN Laboratori Nazionali del Gran Sasso (LNGS), Italy

  3. How sensitive are direct detection experiments to strongly interacting light Dark Matter? (invited talk)
    30.10.2019, CRESST collaboration meeting, Santo Stefano di Sessanio, Italy

  4. Direct Detection and Solar Reflection of sub-GeV Dark Matter (invited talk)
    09.10.2019, Theory Seminar, University of Oslo, Norway
    [slides]

  5. Direct Detection of low-mass Dark Matter with strong Matter Interactions
    02.10.2019, Workshop Partikeldagarna 2019, Linköping, Sweden
    [slides]

  6. Direct Detection of sub-GeV Dark Matter with strong Matter Interactions
    26.09.2019, Short presentation of our work on the occasion of Frank Wilczek’s visit to Chalmers, Göteborg, Sweden

  7. How Scatterings affect the Dark Matter Velocity Distribution in the Laboratory (invited talk)
    18.09.2019, “Autumn Institute 2019: Directional Sub-GeV Dark Matter Detection” meeting of the INFN National Laboratory of Frascati (LNF), Italy
    [slides]

  8. Direct detection of sub-GeV dark matter with strong interactions through a light mediator (invited talk)
    12.08.2019, Light Dark World International Forum 2019, Vienna, Austria
    [slides]

  9. Detecting Dark Matter after Scattering in the Earth or Sun
    16.04.2019, TSP seminar, Göteborg, Sweden.

  10. Simulating Dark Matter in the Earth and the Sun
    28.02.2019, PhD defence, Odense, Denmark
    [slides]

2018

  1. How sensitive are direct detection experiments to strongly interacting dark matter?
    01.06.2018, MASS2018 conference, Odense, Denmark
    [slides]

  2. The Impact of Earth scatterings on Light Dark Matter Detection
    24.04.2018, C.N. Yang Institute for Theoretical Physics, Stony Brook, USA
    [slides]

2017

  1. Terrestrial Effects on Light Dark Matter Detection
    29.08.2017, DaNuCo 2017 conference, Odense, Denmark
    [slides]

2016

  1. Simulating Dark Matter Trajectories for Direct Detection Experiments
    14.07.2016, ECT* Doctoral Training Program , Trento, Italy
    [slides]

2013

  1. Supergravity and Supernovae
    28.11.2013, GRK1147 seminar, Würzburg, Germany
    [slides]

  2. Gravitino Phenomenology with Supernovae
    06.11.2013, Cosmology seminar, Göttingen, Germany
    [slides]

  3. Gravitino Phenomenology with Supernovae
    17.09.2013, theory seminar, Würzburg, Germany
    [slides]

  4. Gravitino Phenomenology in Astrophysics
    08.07.2013, 26th IMPRS Workshop, MPI for Physics, Munich, Germany
    [slides]