Readership: Scientists from all disciplines. General readers with an interest in science.
Gianfranco Bertone, Associate Professor, University of Amsterdam
Gianfranco Bertone is an Associate Professor at the University of Amsterdam, where he investigates topics at the interface between Particle Physics and Cosmology. After a PhD at the University of Oxford and the Institute of Astrophysics in Paris, he has held teaching and research positions at the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, the University of Padova and the University of Zurich, before going back to Paris as a permanent CNRS researcher. He joined in 2011 the new center of excellence in Gravitation and Astroparticle Physics of the University of Amsterdam. He is the editor of the book <"Particle Dark Matter: Observations, Models and
Searches>" and the editor-in-chief of the journal <"Physics of the Dark Universe>".
"An outstanding and captivating account of our current knowledge of the material composition of our Universe, and the extraordinary efforts undertaken around the world to identify the true nature of dark matter. The book succeeds in describing timely topics in cosmology in an accessible and entertaining style, and in delivering a sense of the enormous scientific challenges in this field" - Volker Springel, Heidelberg Institute for Theoretical Studies
"The next few years will be an incredibly exciting time in the search for dark matter in the universe. In this thoroughly enjoyable book, Gianfranco Bertone brings an expert's knowledge and enthusiasm to the subject. It really brings the reader up to the cutting edge of current
research." - Sean Carroll. Caltech
1: A Dark Mystery
2: Lurking in the Dark
4: The Cosmic Show
5: Swiss Dark Matter Factory
6: Underground Mines, with a View
7: Signals from the Sky
8: The Road Ahead