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Mark Kasevich keynotes CERN’s Terrestrial Very-Long-Baseline Atom Interferometry Workshop

His keynote is titled, “Long Baseline atom interferometry" 
Professor Mark Kasevich was the keynote at CERN’s Terrestrial Very-Long-Baseline Atom Interferometry Workshop, held in May. 
Mark outlined in his keynote introductory colloquium that atom interferometry sensing technology holds great promise for making ultra-sensitive measurements in fundamental physics. Like light interferometry, atom interferometry involves measuring interference patterns, but between atomic wave packets rather than light waves. Interactions between coherent waves of ultralight bosonic dark matter and Standard Model particles could induce an observable shift in the interference phase, as could the passage of gravitational waves.

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