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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

Title: Quantum Frequency Interferometry: with applications ranging from gravitational wave detection to dark matter searches

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

Title: Relativistic effects in macroscopically delocalized quantum superpositions

 16:00 (CET) June 22 Prof. Dr. Albert Roura (Institute of Quantum Technologies, German Aerospace Center (DLR))

Title: The SHAFT and CASPEr searches for ultralight axion-like dark matter using precision magnetometry and magnetic resonance”

 17:00 (CET) June 29 Prof. Dr. Alex Sushkov (Boston University)

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/

Talks on Youtube

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

QUANTUM INFORMATION & TECHNOLOGIES

QUANTUM  GRAVITY

CONTACT US

Thank you for your interest in our research. Get in touch with us for any questions or comments regarding research in the interface of quantum mechanics, field theory and gravity.