The quest for a complete understanding of the Dark Matter constituent of the Universe is one of the fundamental challenges of Modern Physics. Motivated by several independent experimental observations and theoretical insights. Dark Matter is still eluding us. Nevertheless, many major experiments aimed at the direct and indirect detection of Dark matter, or its production at particle colliders, are already taking data or will do so in the near future, with the goal of constraining the nature of this mysterious constituent of the Universe, if not of actually detecting it. The 13th installment of the conference cycle "Identification of Dark Matter" will bring together experts in the field to discuss upcoming or running experiments and new theoretical advances.
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