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Workshop on recent advances of the Max-Planck-RIKEN-PTB Center for Time, Constants, and Fundamental Symmetries on Tuesday March 9th, 2021

08.03.2021

The Max-Planck-RIKEN-PTB Center for Time, Constants, and Fundamental Symmetries holds a workshop on recent advances on Tuesday March 9th, 2021, with the following speakers:

Ichiro Ushijima (RIKEN): Transportable optical lattice clocks with 18 digit precision
Richard Lange (PTB): Improved Limits for Violations of Local Position Invariance and Local Lorentz Invariance from Atomic Clocks
Peter Micke (PTB): Coherent laser spectroscopy of highly charged ions using quantum logic
Matthew Anders Bohman (MPIK/RIKEN): Sympathetic Cooling of Trapped Protons
Antonia Schneider (MPIK): High-precision measurement of the hyperfine structure of 3He+ in a Penningtrap
Kathrin Kromer (MPIK): Latest results of the high-precision mass measurements with PENTATRAP
Jack Devlin (CERN/RIKEN): Constraining the coupling between axion-like dark matter and photons using an antiproton superconducting detection circuit in a cryogenic Penning trap

More information about the the Max Planck, RIKEN, PTB Center for Time, Constants, and Fundamental Symmetries is found here: Max Planck-RIKEN-PTB Center for Time, Constants and Fundamental Symmetries - Introduction (mpg.de)
Information about joining future seminars on Precision Physics and Fundamental Symmetries is found here: https://indico.cern.ch/category/12183/