Second European Physical Society Conference on Gravitation: measuring gravity

from Tuesday, 7 April 2020 (08:00) to Thursday, 9 April 2020 (18:00)
King's College (Great Hall, Strand Campus)

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
7 Apr 2020
8 Apr 2020
9 Apr 2020
AM
09:00
Welcome (until 09:30) (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
09:30
Experimental Challenges in Gravitational Wave Detection (until 10:30) (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
09:30 Instrumental challenges in ground-based gravitational wave detectors - Matteo Barsuglia (APC-CNRS)   (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
10:00 Instrumental challenges in space-based gravitational wave detectors - Rita Dolesi (TIFP)   (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
10:30
Coffee Break (until 11:00) (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
11:00
Geodesy and Ranging (until 12:40) (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
11:00 Future costallations for observing Earth's time variable gravity field - Pieter Vissier (Delft University of Technology)   (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
11:30 Lunar and interplanetary laser ranging - Simone Dell'Agnello (LNF)   (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
12:00 SHORT PERIOD MASS VARIATION PROCESSES - Dr Peter Bender (JILA and Dept. of Physics, Univ. of Colorado)   (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
12:20 Geodesy and non-newtonian gravity - Martin Pernot-Borràs (ONERA / IAP)   (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
09:00
Gravity: Fundamental Tests (until 10:30) (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
09:00 Testing fundamentally semiclassical gravity - Andre Grossardt (University of Trieste)   (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
09:30 Clock developments for fundamental physics tests and space - Patrick Gill (National Physical Laboratory UK)   (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
10:00 Space clocks and fundamental tests: The ACES experiment - Dr Cacciapuoti Luigi (European Space Agency)   (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
10:30
Coffee Break (until 11:00) (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
11:00
Equivalence Principle (until 12:30) (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
11:30 Testing Gravity with Atoms - Guglielmo Tino (University of Florence)   (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
12:00 Gravity & Antimatter - Patrice Perez (CEA - France)   (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
09:00
Geodesy and Ranging (until 10:30) (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
09:00 Gravity in the solar system - Luciano Iess (Universita' La Sapienza)   (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
09:30 Relativistic Geodesy Using Optical Clocks - Helen Margolis (National Physical Laboratory Teddington UK)   (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
10:00 The first interspacecraft laser ranging interfrometer on GRACE Follow-On and conclusions for future gravity missions - Gerhard Heinzel (AEI Max-Planck Institut)   (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
10:30
Coffee Break (until 11:00) (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
11:00
Experimental Challenges in Gravitational Wave Detection (until 16:55) (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
11:00 Pulsar and Relativistic Gravity - Venkatraman Krishnan (Max Plank Institute Bonn, Germany)   (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
11:30 Large-scale atom interferometers toward observation of Gravitational Waves and more - Philippe Bouyer (Institut d'Optique d'Aquitaine - France)   (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
12:00 Parametric Instability Observation in Advanced Virgo - Paola Puppo (ROMA1)   (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
12:15 Targeted search for the kinematic dipole of the gravitational-wave background - Alexander Jenkins (King's College London)   (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
12:30 --- Lunch ---
14:00 In orbit calibration of LISA Pathfinder dynamics: results and implications for LISA - Dr Daniele Vetrugno (University of Trento)   (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
14:15 Limitations on LISA sensitivity to gravitational waves from local spacecraft gravitational field - Dr Valerio Ferroni (University of Trento, TIFPA)   (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
14:30 Removing Schumann noise from stochastic gravitational wave data - Katarina Martinovic (King's College London)   (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
14:45 Testing the speed of gravity and deviations from GR with LISA - Dr Maria Haney (University of Zurich)   (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
15:00 Generation of gravitational waves using high-power lasers - Lageyre (CNRS-CEA)   (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
PM
12:40 --- Lunch ---
14:00
Experimental Challenges in Gravitational Wave Detection (until 15:40) (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
14:20 Studies of the correlated noise with LISA Pathfinder data. - Guillaume BOILEAU (Artemis OCA UMR 7250)   (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
14:40 Low frequency noise disturbances in LISA: results from LISA Pathfinder - Eleonora Castelli (Università degli Studi di Trento - INFN)   (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
15:00 LISA Instrumentation - interferometry and noise challenges - Dr Sweta Shah (Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics, Albert Einstein Institute, Hannover, Germany)   (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
15:20 Space-based Gravitational-wave Data Analysis Beyond Time Delay Interferometry - Dr Quentin Baghi (USRA/NASA GSFC)   (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
15:40
Poster presentations (until 16:00) (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
15:40 Determining the Earth’s gravity field using space-borne clocks - Prof. Jürgen Müller (Leibniz University Hannover)   (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
15:43 Benefit of infrared LLR data for constraining a possible violation of the equivalence principle - Liliane Biskupek (Institute of Geodesy, Leibniz University Hannover) Jürgen Müller (Institute of Geodesy, Leibniz University Hannover )   (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
15:46 On-ground technology testing for space-based GW detectors: updates from a torsion pendulum equipped with an exact copy of the LISA Pathfinder sensor. - Mr Davide Dal Bosco (University of Trento and TIFPA)   (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
15:49 The MIGA large scale Atom Interferometer - Dr Benjamin Canuel (LP2N-CNRS/IOGS/Université de Bordeaux) MIGA consortium   (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
15:52 High frequency gravitational waves generation in laser plasma and vacuum interaction - Dr Xavier Ribeyre (Univ. Bordeaux-CNRS-CEA, CELIA UMR 5107)   (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
15:55 Antigravity, a Force yet to be Recognized by Physics - Chithra Piyadasa   (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
16:00
Coffee Break (until 16:30) (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
16:30
Geodesy and Ranging (until 17:40) (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
16:40 General Relativistic geodesy - a new shape of the earth - Prof. Claus Laemmerzahl (University of Bremen)   (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
17:00 Measuring Gravity with Very Long Baseline Atom Interferometry - Mrs Dorothee Tell (Leibniz University Hannover, Institute of Quantum Optics, Germany)   (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
17:20 Testing alternative theories of gravity with INPOP planetary ephemerides - Agnes Fienga (Geoazur, Observatoire de la Côte d'Azur)   (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
12:30 --- Lunch ---
14:30
Equivalence Principle (until 15:10) (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
14:30 Measuring gravitation with antihydrogen: the ALPHA-g experiment - Pierre Grandemange (CERN)   (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
14:50 Testing general relativity in the solar system: present and future perspectives - Dr Fabrizio De Marchi (University of Rome "La Sapienza")   (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
15:10
Gravity: Fundamental Tests (until 15:50) (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
15:10 Probing Quadratic Gravity with Binary Inspirals - Zachary Picker (University of Sydney)   (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
15:30 Constraint on the Yukawa suppression from the planetary ephemeris INPOP19a - Léo Bernus (IMCCE)   (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
15:50
Coffee Break (until 16:20) (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
16:20
Gravity: Fundamental Tests (until 18:00) (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
16:20 The Archimedes Experiment - Paola Puppo (ROMA1)   (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
16:40 Present status of the LAG experiment - Martina De Laurentis (Dipartimento di Fisica "Ettore Pancini", Università di Napoli “Federico II” and INFN, Sezione di Napoli, Napoli, Italy)   (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
17:00 Coherent Gravitational Waveforms and Memory from Cosmic String Loops - Thomas Helfer (Johns Hopkins University )   (Great Hall, Strand Campus)
17:20 Search for nonlinear memory from subsolar mass compact binary mergers - Michael Ebersold (Institute of Physics - University of Zurich)   (Great Hall, Strand Campus)