All video recordings of the RQI-N 2018 talks are now online.
RQI-N2018 will feature invited talks of 30min, complemented by contributed talks of 15min and plenty of time for discussions. There will be also a poster session and a related poster flash session in which participants will have 90 seconds to focus the attention on their poster’s topic. Finally, a panel session, held by renowned experts of RQI, will discuss the future of the field, with a specific emphasis on present and future research lines.
Towards an understanding of the quantum-gravity matter interplay
Quantum gravity phenomenology: an overview
Jose de Ramón: The Unruh effect without thermality
Alexander Smith: Quantizing time: Interacting clocks and systems
Why should (and why can) the path integral serve as the basis for quantum theory and quantum gravity?
Marco Letizia: Algebraic aspects of quantum fields in causal sets and entanglement entropy
Valentina Baccetti: Information loss paradox: General features of evaporating shell collapse,
and considerations of the semiclassical Einstein equation approach.
D. Greenberger (tbc)
The case for Mass and Proper Time as Dynamical Variables
Poster Session with Coffee
RQI committee meeting
Dennis Raetzel: Optical resonators in curved spacetime
Tobias Westphal: TBA
Analogue gravity experiments in Nottingham
Quantum optics experiment in a relativistic environment
Sofia Qvarfort: Gravimetry through non-linear optomechanics
Fabienne Schneider: The gravitational field of a laser beam
Algebraic Quantum Fields with Quantum Causal Structure
Locality and tensor network models for spacetime
Decoupling energy from entropy
Igor Pikovski: Gravitational coupling to composite quantum systems
Nitica Sakharwade A toy model for quantum causality in finite topological spaces
Aida Ahmadzadegan: Exploring the boundaries of multipartite quantum communication
Allison Sachs: Entanglement Harvesting with Bosons and Fermions: is entanglement
Quantum Superposition of Massive Objects and the Quantization of Gravity
Probing the Quantum Coherent Behaviour of Gravity
The different notions of observer used in quantum theory and in relativity
Relativity of quantum superpositions
Panel Future RQI
Nadine Stritzelberger: Towards a diffeomorphism-invariant formulation of gravity
Flaminia Giacomini: Quantum mechanics and the covariance of physical laws in quantum
Conference Dinner at Mayer am Pfarrplatz
Jason Pie: Lorentz-Covariant Generalised Uncertainty Principles
Maria Eftychia Papageorgiou: Impact of relativity on localizability and vacuum entanglement
Quantum Summoning: Theory and Applications
A Quantum Optical Model for Unitary Black Hole Evaporation without Firewalls
RQI and Quantum Interpretations
Closing: J. Louko
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