‘Quantum for ever’ – Invited SpeakerFebruary 14, 2019 11:27 am
M. Arndt: Matter-wave interferometry with up to 14000 Neutrons in one particle
M. Aspelmeyer: How does a quantum object gravitate?
G. Badurek: Polarized Neutron Interferometry: A historical view
K. Binder: Interfaces between coexisting Phases; what can we lean from Monte Carlo Simulations ?
R. Blatt: Quantum Compatatin and Quantum simulation with trapped Ca+ions
D. Dubbers: The neutron as a tool, and the neutron as an object
S. Filipp: Quantum chemistry calculations on a superconducting qubit quantum processor
D. M. Greenberger: ‘Gedanken’ experiments and the Neutron Interferometer, and some thoughts on Proper Time in Quantum Mechanics
Y. Hasegawa: Neutron interferometer experiments at the Atominstitut; status quo
A. Klein: Fresnel Diffraction and Neutron Interferometry
F. Mezei: Neutron wave functions and interference in the spin variable space
J. Schmiedmayer: Probing many body physics by matter wave interference
W. Treimer: Watching Quantum Mechanics with Polarized Neutrons
H. Weinfurter: Könnt’ man nicht….?
A. Zeilinger: Tests of Bell’s Theorem
P. Zoller: Verifying Quantum Machnines