Daneng Yang

Daneng spends his time working on dark matter physics at UCR. He is interested in searching for new phenomena through galaxy and structure formations. Previously, he obtained his Bachelor's and Ph.D. degrees at Peking University and worked as a postdoc at Tsinghua University.

His recent work involve the search for novel dark matter interactions in subhalos with their associated signatures, including dynamic mass estimate, gravitational lensing, direct and indirect signals, etc. He has also been working on collider physics at the LHC, including the search for displaced vertices, the analysis of angular distribution structures, and the measurement of multi-boson scatterings.

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