The 17th edition of the Teraelectronvolt Particle Astrophysics (TeVPA) international conference, organized by members of the Department of Physics, Engineering Physics and Astronomy and the McDonald Institute took place at Queen's University, from August 8-12 2022. The conference attracted nearly 200 scientists from all continents to discuss the latest results in cosmic rays, gamma rays, cosmology, dark matter, galactic and extragalactic sources, gravitational waves, multimessenger astronomy, neutrinos and particle physics. TeVPA 2022 was generously supported by the Queen's University Faculty of Arts and Science, The Arthur B. McDonald Canadian Astroparticle Physics Institute, the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, The Canadian Institute for Theoretical Astrophysics and SNOLAB.

Dr Rebecca Leane (SLAC) discussing new methods to detect dark matter with upcoming space observatories

Dr Rebecca Leane (SLAC) discussing new methods to detect dark matter with upcoming space observatories.
The participants of TeVPA 2022 at Queen’s University
The participants of TeVPA 2022 at Queen’s University.
Dr Abigail Vieregg (University of Chicago) discussing the detection of high-energy neutrinos with radio telescopes.
Dr Abigail Vieregg (University of Chicago) discussing the detection of high-energy neutrinos with radio telescopes.