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WELCOME TO QUANTUM INFORMATION, QUANTUM TECHNOLOGIES & QUANTUM GRAVITY IN LABORATORY

Uncovering the Microscopic Nature of Space Time

Quantum Gravity in Laboratory focuses on understanding one of the most outstanding questions of nature; how to test quantum aspects of gravity in a table-top experiment?


Such a novel endeavour requires a thorough understanding of quantum information theory, quantum gravity, material properties, condensed matter, ultra-low temperature vacuum, and developing novel quantum technologies which go beyond the current state-of-the-art. 


UPCOMING  COLLOQUIUM

DECOHERENCE IN QUANTUM MECHANICS AND QUANTUM COSMOLOGY

 17:00 (CET) May 11,  Prof. Dr. Claus Kiefer ( University of Cologne)

Title: Quantum interferometry in the presence of time dilation

 17:00 (CET) May 18,  Prof. Dr. Igor Pikovski (Stockholm University)

Title: Displacemon electromechanics: an approach towards testing quantum interference using a tethered vibrating carbon nanotube

 17:00 (CET) May 25 Prof. Dr. Edward Laird (Lancaster University)

Title: TBA

 16:00 (CET) June 15 Prof. Dr. Ivette Fuentes (University of Southampton)

REGISTRATION

CHALLENGES FOR WITNESSING QUANTUM ASPECTS OF GRAVITY IN A LAB

Registration deadline:
May 30, 2021
Online registration and more information:
http://ictp-saifr.org/qgem2021/

MEMBERS

University College London

Imperial College London

University of Groningen

University of Warwick

University of Glasgow

RESEARCH

Primary Areas of Interest

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Metallic Structure

MACROSCOPIC QUANTUM SUPERPOSITION

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