Marina Cermeño

Former member
Member from September 2019 to August 2022
Research statement
My research has focused on DM phenomenology in astrophysical scenarios, more in particular about the interaction of Dark Matter inside dense objects, such as Neutron Stars and White Dwarfs, and possible measurable consequences from indirect new signals arising from them. Now, I'm also studying how circular polarisation of photons can arise from the interaction of DM with cosmic rays and how this can be used to probe BSM physics.
Publications in IRMP
All my publications on Inspire

Number of publications as IRMP member: 3


CP3-22-05: Signatures of leptophilic t-channel dark matter from active galactic nuclei
Marina Cermeño, Céline Degrande, Luca Mantani

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Refereed paper. January 18.


CP3-21-38: Medium effects in supernovae constraints on light mediators
David G. Cerdeño, Marina Cermeño, M. Ángeles Pérez-García, Elliott Reid

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Refereed paper. June 21.
CP3-21-08: Circular polarisation of gamma rays as a probe of dark matter interactions with cosmic ray electrons
Marina Cermeño, Céline Degrande, Luca Mantani

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Refereed paper. March 26.