4:00 PM  (CET) 17 November 2020. Prof. Dr CRAIG HOGAN (Fermi lab, University of Chicago)

Physical Effects of Coherent Quantum Gravity

​It seems inevitable that quantum gravity has some form of quantum coherence on macroscopic scales, but there is no general consensus on its phenomenology.  This talk will review several areas where experiments may shed some light on this issue: direct laboratory measurements with interferometers, the pattern of primordial cosmic perturbations, and the emergence of the cosmological constant.


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