Monday 27/06

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Quantum Mechanics and how to experimentally test its fundamental aspects
08:30 Registration
10:00 Welcome François Bouchet (IAP director)
10:20 Interferometry experiments to test QM Markus Arndt
11:10 Coffee break
11:40 Levitating nanodiamond experiments: towards a test of quantum gravity Gavin Morley
12:10 Experimental tests of QM from collapse models to the Pauli exclusion principle Catalina Curceanu
12:40 Lunch break
15:00 Quantum optics experiments to test QM Gonzalo Carvacho
15:50 Revealing and concealing entanglement with non-inertial motion Marion Cromb
16:20 Coffee break
17:00 Status of collapse models Angelo Bassi
17:50 Relativistic low energy quantum gravity and its significance for the standard model of particle physics Tejinder Singh
19:00 Cocktail


Tuesday 28/06

Quantum Mechanics & Cosmology
09:00 Cosmological perturbations of quantum-mechanical origin Jérôme Martin
09:50 Quantum aspects of inflationary gravitational waves Jinn-Ouk Gong
10:20 Coffee break
11:00 The impact of cosmology on quantum mechanics Jean-Luc Lehners
11:50 Some aspects of quantum gravity in the sky Killian Martineau
12:20 Lunch break
14:30 Cosmological perturbations and quantum mechanics Daniel Sudarsky
15:20 Cyclic cosmology and geodesic completeness Will Kinney
15:30 Inflation from the relaxation of the cosmological constant Alejandro Perez
15:40 Frozen axions and global dynamics for Newton and Planck Alexander Vikman
15:50 Inflationary flavor oscillations and the cosmic spectroscopy Lucas Pinol
16:00 Coffee break
16:30 A review of de Broglie Bohm mechanics for quantum cosmology Nelson Pinto-Neto
17:00 Round Table 1: How can we prove experimentally that gravity must be quantized? moderator: Catalina Curceanu
M. Arndt, J-O. Gong, S. Bose and R. Woodard


Wednesday 29/06

Quantum Mechanics & Cosmology
09:00 Philosophical implications of decoherence in the context of cosmology Elise Crull
09:50 What we cannot know: limits to knowledge of a quantum Universe Thomas Hertog
10:20 Coffee break
11:00 Cosmology and decoherence Cliff Burgess
11:50 Cosmic acceleration as a quantum gravity effect Ward Struyve
12:20 Lunch break
14:30 The BH information paradox Ted Jacobson
15:20 Quantum properties of cosmological perturbations Ivan Agullo
15:50 Coffee break
16:30 Cosmological perturbations within hybrid loop quantum cosmology Mercedes Martin-Benito
17:00 Round Table 2: Cosmological perturbations of quantum mechanical origin moderator: David Kaiser
A. Bassi, M. Martin-Benito, D. Sudarsky and V. Vennin


Thursday 30/06

Gravitational Quantum Physics, theoretical and experimental aspects
09:00 Testing quantum theory using long-baseline quantum optics in space Jason Gallicchio
09:50 Gravitationally induced decoherence vs space-time diffusion: testing the quantum nature of gravity Jonathan Oppenheim
10:20 Coffee break
11:00 Gravitational Aharonov-Bohm effect and quantum sources of gravity Peter Asenbaum
11:50 Semi-classical physics done less wrong: purity restored Isaac Layton
12:00 Discord and decoherence Amaury Micheli
12:10 Modifications to quantum field theory dynamics from quantum gravity with a reference fluid Giulia Maniccia
12:20 Lunch break
14:30 Entanglement of massive particles Sougato Bose
15:20 What is dynamics in quantum gravity? Przemyslaw Malkiewicz
15:30 Contrary inferences for classical histories in the consistent histories approach Adamantia Zampeli
15:40 Consequences of allowable complex metrics for quantum cosmology Caroline Jonas
15:50 Quantum gravity and deformations of relativistic symmetries Jerzy Kowalski-Glikman
16:00 Coffee break
16:30 Entanglement and decoherence in quantum field theory Nishant Agarwal
20:00 Banquet


Friday 01/07

Quantum Gravity, BH & Gravitational waves
09:00 Probing quantum gravitational effects with GW Emanuela Dimastrogiovanni
09:50 Summing large logarithms from loops of inflationary gravitons Richard Woodard
10:20 Gauge independent effective field equations Shun-Pei Miao
10:30 Coffee break
11:00 Early universe and black hole simulators Silke Weinfurtner
11:50 Can quantum diffusion redeem old inflation? A toy model analysis and consequences for primordial black holes Chiara Animali
12:00 A new formalism to define the vacuum state in curved space-time Nelson Pinto-Neto
12:10 Matter effects from passing gravitational waves Tomislav Prokopec
12:20 Indefinite causal order with fixed temporal order for electrons and positrons Aurélien Drezet
12:30 Lunch break
14:30 Indefinite causal orders and the operational definition of events in perspective Natalia Salome Moller
15:00 TBA William Unruh
15:50 Coffee break



Przemyslaw Bieniek Investigation of the de Sitter vacua in string theory using the methods of O(d, d) symmetry
Archie Cable A stochastic approach to interacting scalar field correlation functions in de Sitter spacetime beyond the light field limit
Maicol Di Giambattista Dynamics of gyroscopic systems in Cosmology
Georgios Fanaras Jackiw-Teitelboim and Kantowski-Sachs quantum cosmology
Antonio Ferreiro TBA
Dražen Glavan Even photon breaks de Sitter invariance
Anirudh Gundhi Accounting for dark matter through primordial black holes
Felipe Ignacio Portales Oliva Reconciling classical and quantum electromagnetic radiation through zero-energy Rindler photons
Harkirat Singh Sahota The status of observables and singularity resolution in the light of operator ordering ambiguity in quantum cosmology
Antoine Soulas Measurements in relativistic QM and some considerations on the measurement problem
Vladislav Stefanov Gravitational decoherence in an external weak gravitational field
Eemeli Tomberg Quantum-to-classical transition and stochastic inflation
Tatevik Vardanyan Power spectrum for perturbations in an inflationary model for a closed universe
Ashley Wilkins How important is quantum backreaction on the inflaton? How Primordial Black Holes keep inflation semi-classical.
Vasilios Zarikas Asymptotic Safety and Dark energy


Updated : 29/06/2022