Abraao Capistrano

Universidade Federal da Integração Latino-Americana Brazil

Abraão Jessé Capistrano de Souza is currently an Adjunct professor IV at University of Latin American Integration (Brazil) and has been working on several problems in mathematical physics, quantum fields, astrophysics, cosmology and gravitation, specifically on gravitational waves, hidden symmetries and killing vectors, embeddings and differential forms, and black holes in embedded space-times. He is the author of more than 25 papers published in refereed journals and books. He is as well a referee in scientific journals. He also performs studies in space sciences and robotics with undergraduate engineering students and does activities in teaching physics and astronomy to a broader audience through institutional extension projects.

Abraao Capistrano

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The modern roots on the dark matter problem were basically launched in the 30s, with Zwicky's observations on a notorious discrepancy of mass in coma cluster that presented 500 times the mass than expected using the Newtonian theory (Virial theorem). Curiously, almost 90 years have passed, and the dark matter problem persists and is one of the most common challenges in both observational and theoretical physics. The Dark Matter is a rapid communication on the status-quo of the dark matter phenomenology as well as a presentation of new discussions on the theme.

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