### Conveners

#### Recorded Talks: Fundamental Test and Equivalence Principle

- Nelson Christensen (chair) (Universite de la Cote d’Azur,)

The increasing precision of spacecraft radiometric tracking data experienced in the last decade, combined with the huge amount of data collected from space missions and the long time span of the available datasets, has enabled a refined analysis of the Solar System dynamics. High precision tests of General Relativity can be performed through the measurement of the post-Newtonian parameters,...

The measurement of the Casimir Effect at a large distance, although challenging, is very interesting for the possible physical implications that stream from it. A successful measurement would allow to rule out or confirm Chameleon models as an explanation for dark energy; to put the strongest constraints on hypothetical long-range forces at the considered distances; to solve definitely the...

In recent decades, a growing international group of theorists, experimentalists, and observational astronomers have been working on searches for tiny hypothetical deviations from perfect local Lorentz symmetry in nature. One key motivation for this work is that the discovery of a violation of this principle may uncover aspects of a fundamental unified theory of physics. Tests and analysis...

In modern cosmology, the electromagnetic signals coming from moving astronomical objects deliver the exhaustive physical information about the intriguing phenomena going on in the universe. Providing a solid theoretical instruction to analyze these signals is crucial in leading to new and important discoveries. As a diagnostic tool, the Doppler shift measurement is one of the most important...