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The waning of the WIMP? A review of models, searches, and constraints.

  • Author(s): Arcadi, Giorgio
  • Dutra, Maíra
  • Ghosh, Pradipta
  • Lindner, Manfred
  • Mambrini, Yann
  • Pierre, Mathias
  • Profumo, Stefano
  • Queiroz, Farinaldo S
  • et al.
Abstract

Weakly Interacting Massive Particles (WIMPs) are among the best-motivated dark matter candidates. No conclusive signal, despite an extensive search program that combines, often in a complementary way, direct, indirect, and collider probes, has been detected so far. This situation might change in near future due to the advent of one/multi-TON Direct Detection experiments. We thus, find it timely to provide a review of the WIMP paradigm with focus on a few models which can be probed at best by these facilities. Collider and Indirect Detection, nevertheless, will not be neglected when they represent a complementary probe.

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