Physics Research Area Interest

Research Area/ Research Interest: Dark Matter in Stellar

Research Paper Topics for Masters and Ph.D. Thesis and publication

  1. Dark Matter in Stellar and Galactic Systems
  2. Understanding the vertical structure of galactic stellar disc and the role of interstellar gas and dark matter halo
  3. Constraining the shape of dark matter haloes with globular clusters
  4. Dwarf stellar haloes: a powerful probe of small-scale galaxy formation and the nature of dark matter
  5. The Pristine survey XVIII: C-19: Tidal debris of a dark matter-dominated globular cluster?
  6.  The Neutron and Dark Matter in the Standard Model of Particle Physics
  7. Empirical Evidence of Nonminimally Coupled Dark Matter in the Dynamics of Local Spiral Galaxies?
  8. Galactic rotation curves versus ultralight dark matter: A systematic comparison with SPARC data
  9. Degeneracies between self-interacting dark matter and supernova feedback as cusp-core transformation mechanisms
  10. When Leaving the Solar system: Dark matter makes a difference
  11. The Dark Matter Halo of M54
  12. Gaia, Fundamental Physics, and Dark Matter
  13. Snowmass2021 Cosmic Frontier White Paper: Dark Matter Physics from Halo Measurements
  14. Gravitational focusing of wave dark matter
  15. New evidence for a cosmological distribution of stellar mass primordial black holes
  16. Formation of galactic bulges from the cold gas filaments in high-redshift dark matter haloes
  17.  Bose–Einstein Condensate dark matter models in the presence of baryonic matter and random confining potentials
  18.  Dark Matter in Spiral Galaxies as the Gravitational Redshift of Gravitons
  19. The central dark matter fraction of massive early-type galaxies
  20. Snowmass2021 Cosmic Frontier White Paper: Observational Facilities to Study Dark Matter
  21. Characteristics of Effective Dark Matter in Nonlocal Gravity
  22. Dark matter in astrophysics/cosmology
  23. The effect of the deforming dark matter haloes of the Milky Way and the Large Magellanic Cloud on the Orphan-Chenab stream
  24. Could Binary Stars Help Trace the Milky Way’s Dark Matter?
  25. Unequal-mass mergers of dark matter haloes with rare and frequent self-interactions
  26. NIHAO–XXVIII. Collateral effects of AGN on dark matter concentration and stellar kinematics
  27. Millisecond pulsars from accretion-induced collapse as the origin of the Galactic Centre gamma-ray excess signal
  28. Gamma-ray emission from Galactic millisecond pulsars: Implications for dark matter indirect detection
  29. Dark matter mass loss in galaxy flybys: dependence on impact parameter
  30. Type Ia supernova magnitude step from the local dark matter environment
  31. Revisiting constraints on asymmetric dark matter from collapse in white dwarf stars
  32. Bar-driven leading spiral arms in a counter-rotating dark matter halo
  33. Chemical and stellar properties of star-forming dwarf galaxies
  34. Not so fuzzy: excluding FDM with sizes and stellar kinematics of ultra-faint dwarf galaxies
  35.  Observational evidence of evolving dark matter profiles at z≤ 1
  36. Measuring Galactic Dark Matter through Unsupervised Machine Learning
  37. On the tidal formation of dark matter-deficient galaxies
  38. The Solution to galaxy rotation curve problem——Dark matter and MOND
  39. The gravitational field of X-COP galaxy clusters
  40. The emergence of dark matter-deficient ultra-diffuse galaxies driven by scatter in the stellar mass–halo mass relation and feedback from globular clusters
  41. Off-centering of the disk in the halo potential and the kinematic lopsidedness in the dwarf irregular galaxy WLM
  42. The Accurate Mass Distribution of M87, the Giant Galaxy with Imaged Shadow of Its Supermassive Black Hole, as a Portal to New Physics
  43. Fokker-Planck entropic force model for galactic rotation curves
  44. A Search for Annihilating Dark Matter in 47 Tucanae and Omega Centauri
  45. Dark matter annihilation and the Galactic Centre Excess
  46. Dark Matter In Extreme Astrophysical Environments
  47. Astrophysical and Cosmological Probes of Dark Matter
  48. A Parameter Space Exploration of High Resolution Numerically Evolved Early Type Galaxies Including AGN Feedback and Accurate Dynamical Treatment of Stellar …
  49. The galaxy–halo size relation of low-mass galaxies in FIRE
  50. Stellar history of the Small Magellanic Cloud in the era of deep photometric surveys
  51. Searches for light dark matter using condensed matter systems
  52. Neutrino point source searches for dark matter spikes
  53. Dark matter properties from the Fornax globular cluster timing: dynamical friction and cored profiles
  54. Informing Dark Matter Detection Experiments Using Cosmological Simulations of Milky Way-Like Galaxies
  55. A Critical Assessment of Solutions to the Galaxy Diversity Problem
  56. Mechanical feedback from stellar winds with an application to galaxy formation at high redshift
  57. Cosmological constraints on dark matter interactions with ordinary matter
  58. Warm Dark Matter in Simulations
  59. Stellar populations and star formation histories of the most extreme [OIII] emitters at z= 1.3− 3.7
  60. Small-scale structure in vector dark matter
  61. Stellar mass segregation as separating classifier between globular clusters and ultrafaint dwarf galaxies
  62. Constraints on dark matter self-interaction from galactic core size
  63. Periapsis shifts in dark matter distribution with a dense core
  64. Galactic tides and the Crater II dwarf spheroidal: a challenge to LCDM?
  65. An Analytic Model for the Subgalactic Matter Power Spectrum in Fuzzy Dark Matter Halos
  66. The unusually high dark matter concentration of the galaxy group NGC 1600
  67. Correlation of Dark Matter, Gas and Stellar Profiles in Dark Matter Halos
  68. Using gamma-ray observation of dwarf spheroidal galaxy to test a dark matter model that can interpret the W-boson mass anomaly
  69. Snowmass2021 Cosmic Frontier White Paper: Probing dark matter with small-scale astrophysical observations
  70. No need for dark matter: resolved kinematics of the ultra-diffuse galaxy AGC 114905
  71. Occams Razor-No Dark Matter in Galactic Halos
  72. A note on shock wave in the dark matter medium
  73. Multiple stellar populations in Schwarzschild modeling and the application to the Fornax dwarf
  74. SIBELIUS-DARK: a galaxy catalogue of the local volume from a constrained realization simulation
  75. Estimate of the Mass and Radial Profile of the Orphan-Chenab Stream’s Dwarf Galaxy Progenitor Using [email protected] home
  76. The structure of accreted stellar streams
  77. Combined searches for dark matter in dwarf spheroidal galaxies observed with the MAGIC telescopes, including new data from Coma Berenices and Draco
  78. Galactic Anomalies and Particle Dark Matter
  79. Metallicity distribution of the progenitor of the Giant Stellar Stream in the Andromeda Galaxy
  80.  Stellar Initial Mass Function Varies with Metallicities and Time
  81. On the orbital velocity of isolated galaxy pairs: II accurate MOND predictions
  82. Astrophysical Plasma Instabilities induced by Long-Range Interacting Dark Matter
  83. Ultra-diffuse galaxies in the perseus cluster: comparing galaxy properties with globular cluster system richness
  84. Dark matter halos of luminous AGNs from galaxy-galaxy lensing with the HSC Subaru Strategic Program
  85. Mass classification of dark matter perturbers of stellar tidal streams
  86. Analytic radial acceleration relation for galaxy clusters
  87. Host Dark Matter Halos of SDSS Red and Blue Quasars: No Significant Difference in Large-scale Environment
  88. Constraining ultra light dark matter with the Galactic nuclear star cluster
  89. Stellar Shocks from Dark Matter Asteroid Impacts
  90. Dark and luminous mass components of Omega Centauri from stellar kinematics
  91. Amplified J-factors in the Galactic Centre for velocity-dependent dark matter annihilation in FIRE simulations
  92. Snowmass2021 Cosmic Frontier White Paper: Primordial Black Hole Dark Matter
  93. Dwarf Irregular Galaxy Leo A. II. Suprime-Cam R and Hα Stellar Photometry
  94. Science Potential for Stellar-mass Black Holes as Neighbors of Sgr A
  95. SEAGLE–III: Towards resolving the mismatch in the dark-matter fraction in early-type galaxies between simulations and observations
  96. On the environmental influence of groups and clusters of galaxies beyond the virial radius: Galactic conformity at few Mpc scales
  97. Triaxial Orbit-based Dynamical Modeling of Galaxies with Supermassive Black Holes and an Application to Massive Elliptical Galaxy NGC 1453
  98. Oscillating dynamical friction on galactic bars by trapped dark matter
  99. Snowmass2021 Cosmic Frontier: Synergies between dark matter searches and multiwavelength/multimessenger astrophysics
  100. Regular and chaotic orbits in axisymmetric stellar systems
  101. Constraining primordial black holes as fraction of dark matter through accretion disk luminosity
  102. Spinning Halos in the Cosmic Web
  103. Pegasus IV: Discovery and Spectroscopic Confirmation of an Ultra-Faint Dwarf Galaxy in the Constellation Pegasus
  104. EDGE: the puzzling ellipticity of Eridanus II’s star cluster and its implications for dark matter at the heart of an ultra-faint dwarf
  105. Orbits and adiabatic contraction in scalar field dark matter halos: revisiting the cusp-core problem in dwarf galaxies
  106. Dark Matter Superfluidity
  107. The dark side of galaxy stellar populations–I. The stellar-to-halo mass relation and the velocity dispersion–halo mass relation
  108. Tidal stripping of dark matter subhalos by baryons from analytical perspectives: disk shocking and encounters with stars
  109.  A test of the standard dark matter density evolution law using galaxy clusters and cosmic chronometers
  110. Creation of inclusive spaces with astromimicry
  111. New constraints on the dark matter density profiles of dwarf galaxies from proper motions of globular cluster streams
  112. Improved strong lensing modelling of galaxy clusters using the Fundamental Plane: Detailed mapping of the baryonic and dark matter mass distribution of Abell S1063
  113. Axion Dark Matter
  114. Periapsis shifts in dark matter distribution around a black hole
  115. Interpretation of galaxy rotation curves from primordial black holes in 4D Einstein-Gauss-Bonnet gravity
  116. The Compactness of Galaxy Groups in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey
  117. The environmental dependence of the stellar and gas-phase mass-metallicity relation at 2< z< 4
  118. Neutrinos from captured dark matter annihilation in a galactic population of neutron stars
  119. The effects of self-interacting dark matter on the stripping of galaxies that fall into clusters
  120. Dark Matter in Galaxy Clusters: a Parametric Strong Lensing Approach
  121. Constraining SIDM with halo shapes: revisited predictions from realistic simulations of early-type galaxies
  122. The effects of Galactic model uncertainties on LISA observations of double neutron stars
  123. The Turn-Down of the Baryonic Tully-Fisher Relation at Low Galaxy Masses
  124.  From the Fire: A Deeper Look at the Phoenix Stream
  125.  MOND and Other Theories on Dark Matter and Dark Energy
  126. Search for gamma-ray spectral lines with the DArk Matter Particle Explorer
  127. The MASSIVE Survey. XVII. A Triaxial Orbit-based Determination of the Black Hole Mass and Intrinsic Shape of Elliptical Galaxy NGC 2693
  128. Comparing lensing and stellar orbital models of a nearby massive strong-lens galaxy
  129. Milky Way Satellite Census. IV. Constraints on Decaying Dark Matter from Observations of Milky Way Satellite Galaxies
  130. The impact of relativistic corrections on the detectability of dark-matter spikes with gravitational waves
  131. Directional Detection of Dark Matter Using Solid-State Quantum Sensing
  132. Faint light of old neutron stars from dark matter capture and detectability at the James Webb Space Telescope
  133. Automated galaxy-galaxy strong lens modelling: no lens left behind
  134.  The Elephant in the Universe: Our Hundred-Year Search for Dark Matter
  135. Is Terzan 5 the remnant of a building block of the Galactic bulge? Evidence from APOGEE
  136. A 6D view of stellar shells
  137. The origin of correlations between mass, metallicity, and morphology in galaxies from the eagle simulation
  138. Snowmass2021 Cosmic Frontier: The landscape of cosmic-ray and high-energy photon probes of particle dark matter
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  140. The Dawn of Disk Formation in a Milky Way-sized Galaxy Halo: Thin Stellar Disks at z> 4
  141. Populations of satellite galaxies with the IllustrisTNG simulations: from galaxy clusters to the Local Group
  142. Second Love number of dark compact planets and neutron stars with dark matter
  143.  Comments on Warm Dark Matter Measurements and Limits
  144. Cosmological Simulations and Models of Galaxy Formulation
  145. T4Tutorials_2-point Separation Functions for Modeling Wide Binary Systems in Nearby Dwarf Galaxies
  146. Milli-magnetic monopole dark matter and the survival of galactic magnetic fields
  147. Evidence of ram pressure stripping of WLM, a dwarf galaxy far away from any large host galaxy
  148. A forward-modelling method to infer the dark matter particle mass from strong gravitational lenses
  149.  What Is Dark Matter?
  150. Les houches lectures on indirect detection of dark matter
  151. Young, blue, and isolated stellar systems in the Virgo Cluster. II. A new class of stellar system
  152. Limiting the Abundance of LIGO/Virgo Black Holes with Microlensing Observations of Quasars of Finite Size
  153. Real-time Cosmology with High Precision Spectroscopy and Astrometry
  154.  The Dark Energy Survey Bright Arcs Survey: Candidate Strongly Lensed Galaxy Systems from the Dark Energy Survey 5000 Square Degree Footprint
  155. Primordial black holes as dark matter candidates
  156. Galaxy mergers can initiate quenching by unlocking an AGN-driven transformation of the baryon cycle
  157. Revealing the Galaxy-Halo Connection Through Machine Learning
  158. The Effect of Adiabatic Compression on Dark Matter Halos and the Radial Acceleration Relation
  159. Live Fast, Die -Enhanced: The Mass-Metallicity- Relation of the Milky Way’s Disrupted Dwarf Galaxies
  160. A machine learning approach to mapping baryons on to dark matter haloes using the eagle and C-EAGLE simulations
  161. Decay of multiple dark matter particles to dark radiation in different epochs does not alleviate the Hubble tension
  162. Revisiting the dark matter—Comet shower connection
  163.  The detection of a massive chain of dark H i clouds in the GAMA G23 Field
  164. Cosmological simulations with rare and frequent dark matter self-interactions
  165. Anisotropic cosmic optical background bound for decaying dark matter in light of the LORRI anomaly
  166. The dynamics of three nearby E0 galaxies in refracted gravity
  167. Deep Very Large Telescope Photometry of the Faint Stellar System in the Large Magellanic Cloud Periphery YMCA-1
  168. The Origin of the Stellar Angular Momentum-Mass Relation: Connecting Galaxies and Halos in IllustrisTNG
  169. High-precision search for dark photon dark matter with the Parkes Pulsar Timing Array
  170. The complex evolution of supermassive black holes in cosmological simulations
  171. Accelerating composite dark matter discovery with nuclear recoils and the Migdal effect
  172. From the Fire: A Deeper Look at the Phoenix Stream
  173.  … Resolved Stellar Spectroscopy of the Ultra-diffuse Galaxy Dragonfly 44. III. Evidence for an Unexpected Star Formation History under Conventional Galaxy …
  174. Local variations of the stellar velocity ellipsoid-II: the effect of the bar in the inner regions of Auriga galaxies
  175. Entropy of the Universe and Hierarchical Dark Matter
  176. Dancing in the void: hydrodynamical N-body simulations of the extremely metal-poor galaxy DDO 68
  177. Deep VLT photometry of the faint stellar system in the Large Magellanic Cloud periphery YMCA-1
  178. Galaxy rotation favors prolate dark matter haloes
  179.  Editorial to the Special Issue “Advances in the Physics of Stars—In Memory of Prof. Yuri N. Gnedin”
  180. Formation of proto-globular cluster candidates in cosmological simulations of dwarf galaxies at
  181. A Model-Independent Radio Telescope Dark Matter Search
  182. Reshaping our understanding on structure formation with the quantum nature of the dark matter
  183. New Horizons: Scalar and Vector Ultralight Dark Matter
  184. Non-spherical dark matter structures detection
  185. The question of selective absorption of light in space viewed from the viewpoint of the dynamics of the universe
  186. Relic galaxy analogues in TNG50 simulation: the formation pathways of surviving red nuggets in a cosmological simulation
  187.  Effective potentials and orbits in Weyl slender disk
  188. Dark matter component in hadronic models with short-range correlations
  189. Measuring the dark matter environments of black hole binaries with gravitational waves
  190. LEGA-C: Analysis of Dynamical Masses from Ionized Gas and Stellar Kinematics at z∼ 0.8
  191. Diffstar: A Fully Parametric Physical Model for Galaxy Assembly History
  192.  Strong lensing systems and galaxy cluster observations as probe to the cosmic distance duality relation
  193. The spatial distribution deviation and the power suppression of baryons from dark matter
  194. From Images to Dark Matter: End-To-End Inference of Substructure From Hundreds of Strong Gravitational Lenses
  195. Circularization versus eccentrification in intermediate mass ratio inspirals inside dark matter spikes
  196. Observing correlations between dark matter accretion and galaxy growth: II. testing the impact of galaxy mass, star formation indicator, and neighbour colours
  197. The Milky Way’s plane of satellites: consistent with CDM
  198. The faint light in groups and clusters of galaxies
  199.  Extending the SAGA Survey (xSAGA). I. Satellite Radial Profiles as a Function of Host-galaxy Properties
  200. The impact of galaxy selection on the splashback boundaries of galaxy clusters
  201.  Classifying galaxy morphology on cluster galaxies using machine learning
  202. Interlopers speak out: Studying the dark universe using small-scale lensing anisotropies
  203. The weak dependence of velocity dispersion on disc fractions, mass-to-light ratio, and redshift: implications for galaxy and black hole evolution
  204. Constraining Warm Dark Matter and Population III Stars with the Global 21 cm Signal
  205.  Understanding the Extreme Classes of Dwarf Galaxies
  206. Eclipse Timing the Milky Way’s Gravitational Potential
  207.  Celestial and Underground Searches for Heavy Dark Matter
  208. Testing the Galactic Centre potential with S-stars
  209.  Origin of the spectacular tidal shells of galaxy NGC 474
  210. Searches for new particles, dark matter, and gravitational waves with SRF cavities
  211. Numerical simulations of bar formation in the Local Group
  212. Snowmass2021 Cosmic Frontier White Paper: Rubin Observatory after LSST
  213. The dark matter haloes of HI selected galaxies
  214. The spatial distribution of globular clusters in dwarf spheroidal galaxies and the timing problem
  215. Can tides explain the low dark matter density in Fornax?
  216. Dynamical friction in globular cluster-rich ultra-diffuse galaxies: the case of NGC5846-UDG1
  217. Dark matter investigation with DAMA set-ups
  218. Structure and kinematics of tidally limited satellite galaxies in LCDM
  219. Multicomponent DHOST analysis in galaxy clusters
  220. Constraining self-interacting dark matter with dwarf spheroidal galaxies and high-resolution cosmological -body simulations
  221. Assessing the Impact of Hydrogen Absorption on the Characteristics of the Galactic Center Excess
  222. A Rich Satellite Population of the NGC 4437 Group and Implications of a Magnitude Gap for Galaxy Group Assembly History
  223. Millisecond pulsar kicks cause difficulties in explaining the Galactic Centre gamma-ray excess
  224. Simulation of energy transport by dark matter scattering in stars
  225. New ideas for tonne-scale bubble chambers and a search for superheavy dark matter with PICO-60
  226. NGC 5846-UDG1: A Galaxy Formed Mostly by Star Formation in Massive, Extremely Dense Clumps of Gas
  227. Extraterrestrial Axion Search with the Breakthrough Listen Galactic Center Survey
  228. Electron recoils from terrestrial upscattering of inelastic dark matter
  229. Subsonic accretion and dynamical friction for a black hole moving through a self-interacting scalar dark matter cloud
  230. Relic galaxy analogues in TNG50 simulation: the formation pathways of surviving red nuggets in a cosmological simulation
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  232. Quiescent Galaxy Size, Velocity Dispersion, and Dynamical Mass Evolution
  233.  AMS-02 p’s and dark matter: Trimmed hints and robust bounds
  234. The effect of dark matter halo shape on bar buckling and boxy/peanut bulges
  235. Self-Interacting Superfluid Dark Matter Droplets
  236. LYRA–II. Cosmological dwarf galaxy formation with inhomogeneous Population III enrichment
  237. Resonant self-interacting dark matter from dark QCD
  238.  S 5: The Orbital and Chemical Properties of One Dozen Stellar Streams
  239. The Hunt for Light Primordial Black Hole Dark Matter with Ultra-High-Frequency Gravitational Waves
  240. On the robustness of triaxial Schwarzschild modelling: The effects of correcting the orbit mirroring
  241. How do galaxies populate halos in extreme density environments? An analysis of the Halo Occupation Distribution in SDSS
  242. Inferring dark matter substructure with astrometric lensing beyond the power spectrum
  243. The Smallest Scale of Hierarchy Survey (SSH)–II. Extended star formation and bar-like features in the dwarf galaxy NGC 3741: recent merger or ongoing gas accretion …
  244. Accretion Disk Luminosity for Black Holes Surrounded by Dark Matter with Anisotropic Pressure
  245. Testing multiflavored ULDM models with SPARC
  246. The High Fraction of Thin Disk Galaxies Continues to Challenge ΛCDM Cosmology
  247. Motivations for a Large Self-Interacting Dark Matter Cross Section from Milky Way Satellites
  248. The tidal evolution of the Fornax dwarf spheroidal and its globular clusters

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