Tim Linden

The Galactic Center Gamma-Ray Excess

Novel Physics with Neutron Stars

The Milky Way Galactic Center

High Mass X-Ray Binaries

TeV Halos

In the Fall of 2014, I gave the 80th Compton Lecture Series, a course consisting of 9 public lectures entitled "Shining Light on the Dark Side of the Universe". Information about each lecture, as well as links to the slides and handouts for the lecture series are included below:

October 4, 2014 - The Light Side of the Universe (Prezi), (PDF), (Handout)
October 11, 2014 - What is Dark Energy (Guest Lecturer: Elise Jennings) (PDF) (Handout)
October 18, 2014 - Dark Energy: An Experimental Perspective (Guest Lecturer: Keith Bechtol) (PDF)
October 25, 2014 - Studying Dark Matter with Gravity (Prezi), (PDF), (Handout)
November 1, 2014 - Particle Dark Matter (Prezi), (PDF), (Handout)
November 8, 2014 - Collider and Direct Detection (Prezi), (PDF), (Handout)
November 15, 2014 - Indirect Detection of Dark Matter with Gamma-Rays (Prezi), (PDF), (Handout)
November 22, 2014 - The ``Doubly Indirect" Detection of Dark Matter (Prezi), (PDF), (Handout)
December 13, 2014 - Dark Matter in the Galactic Center! (Prezi), (PDF), (Handout)

Latest Results

Solar Gamma-Rays

The gamma-ray flux from the Sun is brighter, goes to higher energies, and has a more complex morphology than we thought.

TeV Halos

TeV electrons accelerated by pulsars may explain the diffuse TeV excess observed by Milagro.

Dark Kinetic Heating

Dark Matter collisions with neutron stars set a minimum neutron star temperature. This may be observable with next-generation instruments.