Code to calculate the properties of a stable massive particle in a generic model. First developed to compute the relic density of a stable massive particle, the code also computes the rates for direct and indirect detection rates of dark matter. It is assumed that a discrete symmetry like R-parity ensures the stability of the lightest odd particle. All annihilation and coannihilation channels are included in the computation of the relic density. Specific examples of this general approach include the MSSM and various extensions. Extensions to other models can be implemented by the user. The New Physics model first requires to write a new CalcHEP model file, a package for the automatic generation of squared matrix elements. This can be done through LanHEP. Once this is done, all annihilation and coannihilation channels are included automatically in any model. The cross-sections for both spin dependent and spin independent interactions of WIMPS on protons are computed automatically as well as the rates for WIMP scattering on nuclei in a large detector. Annihilation cross-sections of the dark matter candidate at zero velocity, relevant for indirect detection of dark matter, are also computed automatically. The propagation of charged particles in the Galactic halo is handled with a new module.

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  1. Antusch, Stefan; Hohl, Christian: Predictions from a flavour GUT model combined with a SUSY breaking sector (2017)
  2. Balkin, Reuven; Ruhdorfer, Maximilian; Salvioni, Ennio; Weiler, Andreas: Charged composite scalar dark matter (2017)
  3. Beneke, M.; Bharucha, A.; Hryczuk, A.; Recksiegel, S.; Ruiz-Femenía, P.: The last refuge of mixed wino-Higgsino dark matter (2017)
  4. Khoze, Valentin V.; Plascencia, Alexis D.; Sakurai, Kazuki: Simplified models of dark matter with a long-lived co-annihilation partner (2017)
  5. Pierce, Aaron; Zhao, Yue: Naturalness from a composite top? (2017)
  6. The GAMBIT Dark Matter Workgroup: Torsten Bringmann, Jan Conrad, Jonathan M. Cornell, Lars A. Dal, Joakim Edsjo, Ben Farmer, Felix Kahlhoefer, Anders Kvellestad, Antje Putze, Christopher Savage, Pat Scott, Christoph Weniger, Martin White, Sebastian Wild: DarkBit: A GAMBIT module for computing dark matter observables and likelihoods (2017) arXiv
  7. Li, Jinmian; Thomas, Anthony W.: Bottom quark contribution to spin-dependent dark matter detection (2016)
  8. Allanach, B. C.; Bednyakov, A.; Ruiz de Austri, R.: Higher order corrections and unification in the minimal supersymmetric standard model: SOFTSUSY3.5 (2015)
  9. Allanach, Ben C.: Multiple solutions in supersymmetry and the Higgs (2015)
  10. Hisano, Junji; Nagai, Ryo; Nagata, Natsumi: Effective theories for dark matter nucleon scattering (2015)
  11. Kozaczuk, Jonathan; Profumo, Stefano; Haskins, Laurel Stephenson; Wainwright, Carroll L.: Cosmological phase transitions and their properties in the NMSSM (2015)
  12. Macías, Vannia González; Wudka, José: Effective theories for dark matter interactions and the neutrino portal paradigm (2015)
  13. Plascencia, Alexis D.: Classical scale invariance in the inert doublet model (2015)
  14. Staub, Florian: Exploring new models in all detail with SARAH (2015)
  15. Allanach, B. C.; George, Damien P.; Nachman, Benjamin: Investigating multiple solutions in the constrained minimal supersymmetric standard model (2014)
  16. Falkowski, Adam; Hochberg, Yonit; Ruderman, Joshua T.: Displaced vertices from X-ray lines (2014)
  17. Arbey, Alexandre; Cacciapaglia, Giacomo; Deandrea, Aldo; Kubik, Bogna: Dark matter in a twisted bottle (2013)
  18. Belyaev, Alexander; Christensen, Neil D.; Pukhov, Alexander: CalcHEP 3.4 for collider physics within and beyond the standard model (2013)
  19. G. Belanger, F. Boudjema, A. Pukhov, A. Semenov: micrOMEGAs3.1 : a program for calculating dark matter observables (2013) arXiv
  20. Hasenkamp, Jasper; Winkler, Martin Wolfgang: NMSSM with gravitino dark matter to be tested at LHC (2013)

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