Workshop Quantum Foundations. The physics of "what happens" and the measurement problem

from Wednesday, 24 May 2017 (09:30) to Friday, 26 May 2017 (13:40)
Laboratori Nazionali di Frascati (Aula Seminari)

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
24 May 2017
25 May 2017
26 May 2017
AM
09:40 Registration   (Aula Seminari)
10:10 Welcome address   (Aula Seminari)
10:28
Chair: Matteo Morganti (until 10:29) (Aula Seminari)
10:30 The Wave-Function as a Field in Three-Dimensional Space - Mr Mario Hubert (University of Lausanne)   (Aula Seminari)
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11:00 --- Coffee Break ---
11:30 Consistency of value assignment by means of quantum correlations - Giuseppe Antonio Nistico' (CS)   (Aula Seminari)
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09:29 Chair: Angelo Bassi   (Aula Seminari)
09:30 Manipulation of levitated optomechanics for tests of fundamental physics - Dr Hendrik Ulbricht (University of Southampton)   (Aula Seminari)
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10:10 Testing CSL model with the spontaneous radiation emission process - Mr Kristian Piscicchia (LNF)   (Aula Seminari)
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10:50 --- Coffee Break ---
11:20 Quantum formulation of the Einstein Equivalence Principle - Prof. Caslav Brukner (University of Vienna)   (Aula Seminari)
09:29 Chair: Hans Marton   (Aula Seminari)
09:30 Description of the electron configuration using a gravity model - Giuseppina Modestino (LNF)   (Aula Seminari)
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10:10 Towards a platform for macroscopic quantum experiments in space - Dr Rainer Kaltenbaek (University of Vienna, Vienna Center for Quantum Science and Technology, Faculty of Physics)   (Aula Seminari)
10:50 --- Coffee Break ---
11:20 On a correspondence between Trace Dynamics and Quantum Theories - Stefano Bacchi (T)   (Aula Seminari)
11:50 Probing collapse models at high energy scale: New Aspects? - Mr Kyrylo Simonov (University of Vienna)   (Aula Seminari)
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PM
12:10 Non-Markovian Gaussian open system dynamics - Luca Ferialdi (TS)   (Aula Seminari)
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12:40 How well can we find out whether a wave function has collapsed? - Roderich Tumulka (Eberhard-Karls University)   (Aula Seminari)
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13:30 --- Lunch ---
14:43 Chair: Hendrik Ulbricht   (Aula Seminari)
14:45 An introduction to the spontaneous wave function collapse models - Sandro Donadi (TS)   (Aula Seminari)
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15:15 Non-commutative kinematics for a point-like particle - Luca Curcuraci (T)   (Aula Seminari)
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15:45 --- Coffee Break ---
16:10 Many worlds quantum mechanics and the measurement problem - Dr Matteo Morganti (University of Rome TRE)   (Aula Seminari)
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16:50 Studies of discrete symmetries in Nature by means of the J-PET tomograph - Pawel Moskal (Jagiellonian University)   (Aula Seminari)
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17:30 Experimental bounds on collapse models from gravitational wave detectors - Matteo Carlesso (TS)   (Aula Seminari)
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12:00 Entanglement Between Masses as a Probe of the Quantum Nature of Gravity - Prof. Mauro Paternostro (CTAMOP, Queen's University Belfast)   (Aula Seminari)
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12:40 Progress at LUMI: the Long Baseline Universal Matter-Wave Interferometer - Yaakov Fein (University of Vienna)   (Aula Seminari)
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13:30 --- Lunch ---
14:44 Chair: Mauro Paternostro   (Aula Seminari)
14:45 Quantum-limited estimation of continuous spontaneous localization - Mr Matteo Brunelli (Queen's University Belfast)   (Aula Seminari)
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15:15 Can a Pauli-forbidden atomic transition happen? - Dr Johann Marton (Stefan Meyer Institute)   (Aula Seminari)
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15:55 --- Coffee Break ---
16:25 Cosmic Inflation and Quantum Mechanics - Mr Jerome Martin (CNRS)   (Aula Seminari)
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20:00 --- Workshop Dinner (Belvedere Restaurant Frascati) ---
12:20 Hypothesis testing of Continuous Spontaneous Localisation - Mr Samuel McMillen (Queen's University Belfast)   (Aula Seminari)
12:50 Final discussions, farewell   (Aula Seminari)