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Common origin(s) for the Dark Matter density and baryon asymmetry

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Presence of a baryon asymmetry in the Universe is one of the biggest puzzles in cosmology. We will review a couple of scenarios where the Dark Matter relic density and the baryon asymmetry have a common origin and possibly comparable densities, both in the context of FIMP /SuperWIMP DM and asymmetric Dark Matter, and give explicit realizations of these mechanisms. Moreover we will derive which properties they imply for the Dark Matter and discuss possible future signals.

This talk is part of the Wednesday HEP-GR Colloquium series.

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