session 1

Title

Gravity and Fundamental Physics

Description

This session is devoted to the search of new fields of research in condensed matter physics and gravitational physics including cryogenic fluids, critical fluids, equivalence principle, atomic clock, plasma crystals.

Date

2011-10-04 15:00

Room

TS-06

IPC members
papers

Order

Presentation status

Mode

Paper title

Main author

Affiliation

Country

1

confirmed

Development of a Satellite and Lunar Laser Ranger and its future applications in South Africa

Prof. Ludwig Combrinck

South Africa

2

confirmed

Using solar sails to test fundamental physics

Prof. Roman Ya. Kezerashvili

New York City College of Technology

United States

3

no-show

3d Simulations of granular gas in a vibrating box: Demonstration of a large boundary effect due to dissipation by collisions which is not probagating shock wave

Dr. Pierre Evesque

Ecole Centrale de Paris

France

4

confirmed

ACES (Atomic Clock Ensemble in Space) Mission Status and Outlook

Mr. Marc Peter Hess

Astrium Space Transportation

Germany

5

confirmed

Prospects for applications of cold atoms in microgravity environment

Prof. Claus Laemmerzahl

ZARM - University of Bremen

Germany

6

confirmed

MAIUS - A rocket borne atom-optical experiment

Dr. Stephan Seidel

Leibniz Universiät Hannover

Germany

7

confirmed

Pre-flight verification of the differential accelerometers of the Microscope mission

Mr. Guillaume Pionnier

Office National d’Etudes et de Recherches Aérospatiales (ONERA)

France

8

confirmed

Adaption of HPS to the MICROSCOPE Mission

Dr. Meike List

ZARM - University of Bremen

Germany

9

confirmed

Space-QUEST: Mission Proposal for Quantum Optics Experiments in Space

Dr. Rupert Ursin

Austrian Academy of Sciences

Austria

10

confirmed

QUANTUS I – Performing atom optical experiments in the drop tower Bremen

Mr. Hauke Müntinga

ZARM - University of Bremen

Germany

11

confirmed

Matter wave interferometry in microgravity and its applications for high precision measurements and Earth observation

Mr. Markus Krutzik

Humboldt University of Berlin

Germany