Astrophysics and Cosmology with Clusters of Galaxies: Cosmic Rays and Dark Matter
Tuesday 10 November 2015
to 15:00 at
Fabio Zandanel (GRAPPA, Amsterdam)
Clusters of galaxies are the largest and latest gravitationally bound structures to form in the Universe. They represent a laboratory both for astrophysics and cosmology to study, for example, particle acceleration and structure growth. I will discuss some of the aspects related to cosmic rays and dark matter in clusters, and explain the impact both on astrophysics and cosmology.