Eric Armengaud

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Eric Armengaud is a researcher working at the IRFU institute of CEA-Saclay, France. He completed his Ph.D. at the APC and IAP laboratories in Paris, studying extragalactic cosmic rays within the Pierre Auger Observatory. At CEA he dedicated his work to the EDELWEISS underground experiment in the search for WIMP dark matter and lighter axion-like particles. His research now focuses on the use of cosmological observations, especially from wide-field spectroscopic surveys (eBOSS and DESI), to study the properties of dark matter.


Cosmology

Viewpoint: Supermassive Black Hole May Constrain Superlight Dark Matter

An interpretation of the black hole image taken by the Event Horizon Telescope hints of new constraints on the mass of dark matter. Read More »