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Frontiers in Matter Wave Optics conference and summer school, 3-10/10-17 September 2016, Arcachon, France

The FOMO2016 summer school and conference is now accepting registration and abstract submission.

3-10/10-17 September 2016, Arcachon, France

The abstract and early-bird registration has been extended until May 15th at http://www.matterwaveoptics.eu/FOMO2016/registration.html

There are still some places available

The summer school, will consist of ten courses covering the wide area of matter-wave physics and its applications :

  • Cold atom techniques
  • Atom lasers
  • Atom Interferometry based detectors of Gravitational Waves
  • Geophysics and Geodesy
  • Technological developments in Atom Interferometry
  • Matter wave Interferometry
  • Tests of Gravitation
  • Metrology and Clocks
  • Hydrology
  • From lab experiments to operational integrated matter-wave sensors

The invited conference speakers include :

  • Jörg Schmiedmayer TU Wien - AT
  • Isabelle Panet IGN - FR
  • Holger Steffen (TBC) Landmateriet - SE
  • Oriol Romeo-Isart IQOQI Innsbuck - AT
  • Jess Riedel Perimeter Institute, Ontario - US
  • Mingsheng Zhan Wuhan Institute of Physics and Mathematics, China
  • Lukas Mairhofer Universitat Wien - AT
  • Onur Hosten Stanford - US
  • Arnaud Landragin CNRS/Observatoire de Paris/PSL/UPMC/Sorbonne Univ.-France
  • Benjamin Canuel CNRS/Institut d’Optique/Univ. Bordeaux- FR
  • Francesco Narducci Naval Air Systems Command - US
  • Caslav Bruckner University of Wiena - AT
  • Marco Giammarchi INFN - IT
  • Bodil Holst University of Bergen - NO
  • Wolfgang Schleich Universitat Ulm - DE
  • Stefan Nimmrichter University of Duisburg-Essen - DE
  • Sam Werner NIST (Gaithersburg), US
  • Alain Aspect Institut d’Optique/CNRS/Univ. Paris Sud- FR
  • Mark Kasevich Stanford - US

Voir en ligne : Site de la conférence