#### Date of Presentation

4-20-2018 2:00 PM

#### College

College of Science & Mathematics

#### Faculty Sponsor(s)

Eduardo Flores

#### Poster Abstract

Primordial black holes are thought to have been formed at the early stages of the universe in the presence of non-homogeneous density distributions of dark matter. We are working under the assumption that dark matter consists of elementary low mass particles, specifically, spin 1/2 fermions. We further assume that dark matter is electrically neutral, thus its main interaction is gravitational. We investigate dark matter spin 1/2 fermions in orbit around a black hole atom and consider mass ranges for which the quantum description is appropriate. Solutions to the Dirac equation are utilized to describe the radial mass distribution of primordial black hole atoms. Stable black holes atoms could be the seeds for galaxy formation.

#### Student Keywords

Primordial black holes; Dirac equation; Cold fermionic dark matter

#### Disciplines

Cosmology, Relativity, and Gravity | Elementary Particles and Fields and String Theory | External Galaxies | Other Astrophysics and Astronomy | Quantum Physics

#### Included in

Cosmology, Relativity, and Gravity Commons, Elementary Particles and Fields and String Theory Commons, External Galaxies Commons, Other Astrophysics and Astronomy Commons, Quantum Physics Commons

Primordial Black Hole Atoms

Primordial black holes are thought to have been formed at the early stages of the universe in the presence of non-homogeneous density distributions of dark matter. We are working under the assumption that dark matter consists of elementary low mass particles, specifically, spin 1/2 fermions. We further assume that dark matter is electrically neutral, thus its main interaction is gravitational. We investigate dark matter spin 1/2 fermions in orbit around a black hole atom and consider mass ranges for which the quantum description is appropriate. Solutions to the Dirac equation are utilized to describe the radial mass distribution of primordial black hole atoms. Stable black holes atoms could be the seeds for galaxy formation.