iSense Workshop 2012

2012-06-09 - 2012-06-12
Hannover, Germany

Dear all,

we are pleased to announce the 2012 iSense Workshop from 9.-12.6. 2012 at the Leibniz University Hannover, focusing on Geodesy with Intertial Quantum Sensors. The workshop will bring together the communities of applied Geophysics and Geodesy with the community of applied atom interferometry and quantum metrology. Experts from both fields will be giving keynotes on their research:

Jacob Flury (Leibniz University Hannover) - Satellite based Gravimetry with GRACE and GRACE Follow-on

Ludger Timmen (Leibniz University Hannover) - Absolute Gravimetry

Ceddric Champollion (University of Montpellier) - Field gravity measurements for geosciences applications: from mapping to temporal variations

Karl-Ullrich Schreiber (Geodetic Observatory Wettzell) - Rotation Sensing with Lasers

Mark Kasevich (Stanford University) - State-of-the-art in atom interferometry

Franck Pereira Dos Santos (SYRTE, Observatiore du Paris) - The LNE-SYRTE atom gravimeter

Bruno Desruelle (µQuans, Bordeaux) - Transportable Atomic Gravimeter

Kai Bongs (University of Birmingham) - iSense - Sensing gravity with guided atom interferometer

Holger Ahlers (Leibniz University Hannover) - Chip based Quantum Gravimeter

In addition to the Symposium there will be a School for advanced undergraduates, PhD students and junior PostDocs with student talks and discussion Groups to enhance the interdisciplinary research in Geodesy and Quantum metrology. The conference fee will be 100 €.

Registration deadline is the 15th of May 2012. For any questions please contact us at contact [at] isense-gravimeter [dot] eu.

We would be very pleased if you could forward this mail and the attached flyer. Thank you.

For further Information please visit us:

Best regards,
Ernst M Rasel and Kai Bongs


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