A. Arbey, F. Mahmoudi
Dark matter represents currently an outstanding problem in both cosmology and particle physics. In this review we discuss the possible explanations for dark matter and the experimental observables which can eventually lead to the discovery of dark matter and its nature, and demonstrate the close interplay between the cosmological properties of the early Universe and the observables used to constrain dark matter models in the context of new physics beyond the Standard Model.
Comments: 72 pages, 35 figures
Journal reference: Progress in Particle and Nuclear Physics (2021) 103865