Marco Hufnagel.
PhD Student @DESY


Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DESY)
Notkestraße 85
D-22603 Hamburg, Germany
Building 2a, Room 301

Phone: +49 (0)40 8998 4236
Mail: marco.hufnagel@desy.de; to send encrypted messages, use this pgp public key

INSPIRE-HEP, ORCID



Research Interests
My research interest is mainly focused on theories beyond the Standard Model and their potential implications for early universe cosmology, astroparticle physics, and colliders. In particular, I am interested in deciphering the nature of dark matter by confronting different dark matter scenarios with recent observations from cosmology and astrophysics as well as particle physics experiments

Keywords: physics beyond the SM, dark matter, big bang nucleosynthesis, particle physics - cosmology connection

Curriculum Vitae
The most recent version of my CV can be found here.

Publications
An updated list of all publications can be found here. The most recent publications are:
  • K. Bondarenko, A. Boyarsky, T. Bringmann, M. Hufnagel, K. Schmidt-Hoberg and A. Sokolenko, Direct detection and complementary constraints for sub-GeV dark matter, 1909.08632
  • M. Garny, J. Heisig, M. Hufnagel, B. Lülf and S. Vogl, Conversion-driven freeze-out: Dark matter genesis beyond the WIMP paradigm, 2019, 1904.00238
  • P. F. Depta, M. Hufnagel, K. Schmidt-Hoberg and S. Wild, BBN constraints on the annihilation of MeV-scale dark matter, JCAP 1904 (2019) 029 [1901.06944]
  • M. Hufnagel, K. Schmidt-Hoberg and S. Wild, BBN constraints on MeV-scale dark sectors. Part II. Electromagnetic decays, JCAP 1811 (2018) 032 [1808.09324]
  • M. Garny, J. Heisig, M. Hufnagel and B. Lülf, Top-philic dark matter within and beyond the WIMP paradigm, Phys. Rev. D97 (2018) 075002 [1802.00814]
  • M. Hufnagel, K. Schmidt-Hoberg and S. Wild, BBN constraints on MeV-scale dark sectors. Part I. Sterile decays, JCAP 1802 (2018) 044 [1712.03972]