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FPUA2019 — The 11th International workshop on Fundamental Physics Using Atoms
01 Mar 2019 - 04 Mar 2019 • Okinawa, Japan
Recently much effort has been directed to investigate the fundamental physics which exploits remarkable developments in atomic physics and/or quantum optical techniques. Notable examples include (A) test of the time reversal invariance by observing permanent electric dipole moments of atoms or molecules, (B) neutrino mass spectroscopy using atoms, (C) measurement of the fine structure constant’s time dependence with precision using atomic clocks etc. This conference aims to strengthen these efforts by bringing together recent research results, discussing future prospects, and expanding research networks. The program will consist of tutorial research lectures and invited and contributed talks. All oral presentations will be during a single stream plenary session and a poster presentation session will be organized as well. Participants who wish to be considered for contributed talks must submit their contribution at the time of registration.
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Last updated: 12 November 2018