Invited Speakers

    Session 1: "New Physics" in modern context

  • Marianna Safronova (U. of Delaware, USA)
    “NewPhysics searches with atomic and nuclear clocks”
  • Jörg Jäckel (U. of Heidelberg, Germany)
    “News on Sub-eV Feebly Interacting Particles”
  • Dionysios Antypas (Helmholtz Institute Mainz, Germany)
    “Precision experiments in search for New Physics”
  • Jun Ye (Joint Institute for Laboratory Astrophysics, USA)
    “Quantum system engineering and sensing for fundamental physics”

    Session 2: High-precision spectroscopy studies with trapped particles
  • Elina Fuchs (U. of Chicago and Fermilab, USA)
    “Searching for light new bosons with isotope shift spectroscopy”
  • Piet O. Schmidt (PTB, Germany)
    “Testing fundamental physics with quantum logic spectroscopy of highly charged ions”
  • Sergey Eliseev (Max Planck Institute for Nuclear Physics, Germany)
    “Ultra-precise mass-ratio spectrometry with PENTATRAP for various aspects of fundamental physics”
  • Ferdinand Schmidt-Kaler (U. of Mainz, Germany)
    “Exotic ions in Pau traps”
  • Roee Ozeri (Weizmann Institute, Israel)
    “New physics searches in engineered subspaces”

    Session 3: Tests of fundamental Symmetries of Nature
  • Mikhail G. Kozlov (Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute, Russia)
    “Molecular experiments to search for P-odd nuclear spin-dependent effects”
  • Robert Berger (U. of Marburg, Germany)
    “Probing violations of fundamental symmetries with polyatomic molecules”
  • Tanya Zelevinsky (Columbia U., USA)
    "Searching for new physics wit molecular clocks"
  • Zheng-Tian Lu (U. of Science and Technology of China)
    “Search for EDM with laser-trapped atoms”

    Session 4: Studies with highly-charged ions and nuclei
  • Jose Crespo (Max Planck Institute for Nuclear Physics, Germany)
    "Extreme-ultraviolet frequency comb experiments with highly charged ions"
  • Yuri Litvinov (GSI Helmholtz Centre for Heavy Ion Research, Germany)
    "Atomic and nuclear physics experiments at ion storage rings"
  • Yannis Semertzidis (Korea Advanced Institute for Science and Technology, South Korea)
    "The hybrid-symmetric ring lattice for a high sensitivity proton EDM experiment"
  • Hans Ströher (Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany)
    "Towards storage ring electric dipole moment measurements"
  • Magdalena Kowalska (CERN, Switzerland)
    "Searches for New Physics with polarised unstable nuclei"
  • Vladimir Shabaev (Saint Petersburg State U., Russia)
    "How to observe the vacuum decay in low-energy heavy-ion collisions"

    Session 5: Fundamental physics with exotic and antimatter atoms
  • Anna Soter (ETH Zurich and PSI, Switzerland)
    "Fundamental physics with exotic atoms at PSI"
  • Eve V. Stenson (Max Planck Institute for Plasma Physics, Germany)
    "Matter-antimatter pair plasmas: a new frontier in plasma physics"
  • Eberhard Widmann (Stefan Meyer Institute, Austria)
    "Hyperfine spectroscopy of antihydrogen"
  • Randalf Pohl (U. of Mainz, Germany)
    "Laser spectroscopy of electronic and muonic atoms for nuclear structure and QED tests"
  • Masaki Hori (Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics, Germany)
    "Laser spectroscopy of antiprotonic helium and pionic helium atoms"

    Session 6: Dark Matter searches and deviations from Newtonian gravity
  • Deniz Aybas (Boston U., USA)
    "Search for the ultralight bosonic dark matter"
  • Joel Bergé (The French Aerospace Lab ONERA, France)
    "Search for short-range fifth forces with MICROSCOPE-like experiments"
  • Ariel Zhitnitsky (U. of British Columbia, Canada)
    "Axion quark nuggets and matter-antimatter asymmetry as two sides of the same coin: theory, observations and future experimental searches"
  • Andrew Geraci (Northwestern U., USA)
    "Searching for fifth forces, non-Newtonian gravity, and dark matter with AMO based sensors"

    Special evening lecture
  • Fabiola Gianotti (CERN, Switzerland)
    “Physics beyond the Standard Model at highest energies”