by Prof. Ki-Young Choi (SKKU)

CTPU Seminar Room

CTPU Seminar Room

Fourth floor IBS Building, 55, Expo-ro, Yuseong-gu, Daejeon, Korea, 34126

I will talk about baryogensis achieved by the annihilation of non-thermally produced WIMPs from decay of heavy particles, which can result in low reheating temerature. Dark matter (DM) can be produced non-thermally during a reheating period created by the decay of long-lived heavy particle, and subsequently re-annihilate to lighter particles even after the thermal freeze-out. The re-annihilation of DM provides the observed baryon asymmetry as well as the correct relic density of DM. I will explain how wahout effects can affect the generation of the baryon asymmetry and how to suppress them.