Invited speakers

Confirmed Invited Speakers

Dr Christopher Oates, NIST Boulder, USA
Atomic Clocks

Professor Michael Tarbutt, Imperial College London, UK
Electric dipole moments

Dr Helen Margolis, National Physical Laboratory, UK
Atomic timekeeping: present and future

Professor Ivette Fuentes, University of Nottingham, UK
Clocks in the overlap of quantum theory and relativity

Professor Jeffrey Hangst, Aarhus University, Denmark
Antihydrogen physics (ALPHA collaboration)

Dr Tony Short, University of Bristol, UK
Quantum thermodynamics and causality

Professor Stephen Barnett, University of Glasgow, UK
Quantum retrodiction: is there an arrow of time in quantum mechanics?
Professor Fay Dowker, Imperial College London, UK
Being and Becoming in Quantum Gravity

Professor Christopher Monroe, University of Maryland, USA
Quantum information

Professor Edmund Copeland, University of Nottingham, UK
Cosmology and the evolution of the universe

Professor Nils Andersson, University of Southampton, UK
Gravitational waves - ripples in space and time

Dr Pacôme Delva, SYRTE, Observatoire de Paris, FR                     
Fundamental physics and geodesy with clocks

Dr Matt Farr, University of Cambridge
Does time have a direction? Understanding the C theory of time.

Organised by the Institute of Physics and National Physical Laboratory

Key dates

Extended Abstract submission deadline:

Contributions for poster presentations are invited. Abstracts of a maximum of 250 words should be submitted online by 1 March 2019.

Early registration deadline:

22 February 2019

Registration deadline:

12 March 2019