Fundamental Physics of
Charged and Heavy Particle Interferometry

April 19-21 , 2010
ITAMP, Cambridge MA


Prof. Herman Batelaan
University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Prof. Mark Silverman
Trinity College

Dr. Klaus Hornberger
MPIPKS Dresden



The workshop will be webcast live.  Please go to the Schedule page to view instructions and links to the live talks.

The aim of this workshop is to bring together experimental and theoretical physicists to explore new directions of research in the area of heavy and charged particle interferometry, including experimental techniques, decoherence, entanglement, correlation, mesoscopic physics and tests of fundamental interactions. Such experimental techniques that are currently being developed are opening the door to new physics, and new theoretical ideas are leading the way to new experiments. Both experiment and theory will be strongly represented at this meeting.

Upcoming deadlines: If you have not registered and are planning on attending please use the online registration so we are aware of your attendence.

A word about presentations: The workshop presentations will be in Phillips Auditorium which comes equipped with a Sharp LCD projector (UXGA resolution 1600x1200 max). There is a VGA cable on the podium for connection of laptops to the projection system and there is  also a network connected PC running Windows XP with powerpoint (ppt) and acrobat (pdf) capabilities.

Workshop speakers can bring their own laptops to use or could choose to have talks mounted on the resident PC.  We also have a MAC laptop for presentations available, if necessary. Speakers bringing their own laptops should bring their cables that connect to the VGA (projector) system, or if using PDF or PPT files, bring a USB memory Stick to transfer the talk to the PC.