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Including astroparticle observables in global fits to new physics scenarios



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Abstract

Searches for physics beyond the standard model come in
many forms, from terrestrial probes to astroparticle experiments and
cosmological observations. Efforts to
combine multiple search channels in 'global fits' to new physics scenarios
typically consider only a subset of the available channels. Astroparticle searches in particular are
usually only included in a very approximate way, if at all. In this talk I will review recent progress in
including detailed gamma-ray, neutrino and CMB searches for dark matter in
global fits. I will also preview some of
the future developments and challenges in this field, where the applicability
of global fits will move well beyond the small range of constrained
supersymmetric models they have so far mostly been applied to.