After about twenty years in the shadows, primordial black holes (PBH) are today seing a huge revival of interest. The goal of this meeting, organized one day before the Solvay Workshop on "The dark side of Black Holes" in Brussels (but not officially related to it), is to gather a few experts on PBH and to discuss recent developments in the field and important questions like:
How primordial black holes (PBH) form in the early Universe? What are their mass distribution and merger rates? Can PBH explain part of, or even the totality of the dark matter? How to detect or constrain their abundance with gravitational wave observations and/or other electromagnetic probes, such as microlensing? What are the implications of PBH for high energy physics?
After the discussion session, it will be proposed to participants to go for a drink and/or dinner in Louvain-la-Neuve.