Hanover Workshop Speakers

A table of speakers with affiliations, abstracts and presentation slides:

Tim Kovachy (Northwestern University)MAGIS-100: A New Experiment for Gravitational Wave Detection and Dark Matter Searches with Atom Interferometry
Paul Hamilton (University of California, Los Angeles)Bloch oscillations in a cavity and spin-dependent kicks
Andrea Bertoldi (Institut d’Optique d’Aquitaine, Université de Bordeaux)MIGA, ELGAR and Gravitational Wave Detection at low frequency with Atom Interferometry
Thomas Lévèque (CNES Toulouse)Correlated Atom Accelerometers for Mapping the Earth Gravity Field from Space
William Weber (University of Trento, Italy)From LISA Pathfinder to LISA: towards a low frequency gravitational wave observatory in space
Carlos Sopuerta (Institute of Space Sciences, Barcelona)Sources of Gravitational Waves in the deciHertz band
Barry Garraway (University of Sussex, Brighton)Dressed atom potentials for matter-wave interference
Enno Giese (Ulm University)Interference of clocks: A quantum twin paradox
Albert Roura (Ulm University)Compensation of gravity gradients and rotations in gravitational antennas based on atom interferometry
Philipp Haslinger (Technical University of Vienna)Attractive force on atoms due to blackbody radiation
Dennis Rätzel (Humboldt University, Berlin)Dynamical response of Bose-Einstein condensates to oscillating gravitational fields
Carsten Klempt (Leibniz University Hannover)Squeezing for BEC interferometers
Dennis Schlippert (Leibniz University Hannover)Matter wave interferometry for inertial sensing and tests of fundamental physics
Christian Schubert (Leibniz University Hannover)Atom interferometry for infrasound gravitational wave detection
Benno Willke (Albert Einstein Institute, Hannover)Stabilization and Characterization of Ultra-Low Noise Lasers for Gravitational Wave Detectors
Walid Chaibi (University of Nice Sophia Antipolis)Newtonian and Shapiro noises in Atom Interferometry based Gravitational Wave Detectors
Yu Hung Lien (University of Birmingham)Application of Optical Single Sideband Generation in Raman Atom Interferometry
Sven Abend (Leibniz University Hannover)Twin-lattice interferometry with thousands of photon recoils
Lisa Wörner (University of Bremen and German Aerospace center)Exploration of the Quantum Limit using Molecular Interference
Miguel Dovale (Albert Einstein Institute, Hannover)Optical cavities in atom interferometry
Ivette Fuentes (Nottingham University, UK)Using collective excitations in a BEC to detect gravitational waves
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