Invited Speakers

Clocks, Time, and Reference Systems
Sergei Klioner (TU - Dresden): Time and reference systems
Tanja Mehlstäubler (PTB - Braunschweig): Time in multi-ion systems
Volker Perlick (Universität Bremen): On the experimental characterization of standard clocks
Gérard Petit (Bureau International des Poids et Mesures Paris): Atomic time, clocks, and clock comparisons in relativistic spacetime
Piet Schmidt (PTB - Braunschweig): Quantum engineering optical clocks

Time and Gravity
Eva Hackmann (Universität Bremen): On gravitomagnetic clock effects
Dennis Raetzel (Universität Bremen): Geometry and causality of physical dispersion relations
Carlo Rovelli (Aix-Marseille University):  The end of a black hole evaporation
Manuel Hohmann (University of Tartu):  How to (not) break local Lorentz invariance in gravity theory
Philip Schwartz (Leibniz Universität Hannover): Time in Newtonian physics from a spacetime perpective

Time in Quantum Physics
Martin Bojowald (Pennsylvania State University): Time and clocks in extreme quantum regimes
Klaus Fredenhagen (University of Hamburg): Time in quantum physics
Philipp Höhn (Okinawa Institute for Science and Technology): Equivalence of approaches to relational quantum dynamics in relativistic settings
Alexander R. H. Smith (Saint Anselm College): Quantum clocks observe classical and quantum time dilation
Reinhard Werner (Leibniz Universität Hannover): Time-observables in quantum mechanic
Kristina Giesel (FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg): Geometrical and matter clocks in quantum gravity models

General Aspects of Time
Emily Adlam (Rotman Institute of Philosophy): On quantum clocks
Julian Barbour (University of Oxford): The Emergence of Time in a Unified Cosmos
Fay Dowker (Imperial College London): Beginning of time?
Claus Kiefer (University of Cologne): Arrows of time
Claus Lämmerzahl (University of Bremen): The Unit(y) of Time (Evening lecture)