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508. Heraeus-Seminar
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508. Heraeus-Seminar
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Programme & Topics

 Topics

  • Quantum and Gravity
  • Einstein’s weak and strong equivalence principle 
  • Decoherence and entanglement 
  • Quantum metrology with ions and neutral atoms 
  • Gravity experiemtns with quantum systems 
  • Experiments with classical systems, planetary and astronomical observation

Programme

TimeSunday  
03.06.
Monday 
04.06.
Tuesday 
05.06.
Wednesday 
06.06.
Thursday 
07.06.
Friday 
08.06.

from 08.00

Breakfast

09.00-09.45

C. Salomon
(Fundamental physics tests with space clocks)

 

K. Nordtvedt
(Energy, masses and equivalence in gravity)

U. Dorner
(Quantum frequency estimation with trapped ions and atoms)

C. Kiefer 
(Quantum gravity - general introduction and recent developments)

 

H. Abele
(TBD)

09.45-10.30

P. Bouyer
(TBD)

 

S. Werner 
(Does a neutron know that the earth is rotating?)

 

S. Huelga
(Quantum metrology in non-markovian environments)

 

E. Adelberger 
(Torsion balance and lunar laser ranging tests of the equivalence principle)

 

G. Tino
(Testing gravity with atom interferometry)

10.30-11.00

 

Coffee Break

11.00-11.45

D. Hume
(Relativistic measurements with quantum logic clocks)

C. Brukner
(Tests with clocks, mirrors and Alice and Bob)

 

S. Weinfurtner 
(Measurement of stimulated Hawking emission in an analogue system)

 

 

J. Müller 
(Lunar Laser Ranging for testing the equivalence principle)

 

M. Kasevich
(Precision atom interferometry)

11.45-12.30

C. Will 
(Principles of equivalence: An introduction)

 

 

 

J. Pullin
(Fundamental limitations in measurement and the structure of observable quantum mechanics)

 

tba

 

 

A. Peters 
(TBD)

 

Closing Remarks

12.30-14.00

Lunch

Lunch and Departure

14.00-14.45

M. Hohensee
(Quantum tests of gravity and metrology with matter-waves)

R. Werner
(Detection time as a quantum observable)

Excursion tba

 

D. Greenburger 
(TBD)

 

14.45-15.30

P. Wolf
(Tests of the Einstein equivalence principle: Clocks, atoms and macroscopic test-masses)

M. Arndt
(Quantum interferometry enhanced measurements of molecular properties and external force fields)

 

S. Reynaud 
(Quantum time and mass observables)

 

15.30-16.15

C. Bordé
(5D relativistic atom optics and interferometry. Implications for metrology and applications to gravito-inertial sensors)

C. Klempt
(The generation of entangled matter waves)

Coffee Break

16.15-16.45

Registration



Coffee Break

Poster Session

16.45-17.30

C. Bordé
(5D relativistic atom optics and interferometry. Implications for metrology and applications to gravito-inertial sensors)

A. Smerzi
(Entanglement and distinguishability of quantum states)

17.30-18.15

D. Giulini
(Quantum systems under Gravity)

 

R. Ozeri
(Quantum lock-in amplifier)

18.15-19.00

C. Wetterich (What can we infer from cosmology for the fundamental laws of physics)

R. Blatt
(Quantum entanglement and information processing with trapped ions)

19.00-20.30

Dinner

Conference Dinner/ Heraeus Evening

Program (PDF)