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Quantum Control of Gravity with Levitated Mechanics

QuCoM will explore the interplay between quantum mechanics and gravity in a parameter range accessible for cost-effective table-top experiments. It will suspend sub millimetre-sized particles in optical and magnetic traps and use them to detect gravitational forces in an unprecedented mass regime. Also, it will investigate quantum superpositions where such masses are delocalized in space quantum mechanically. With a 2.3 million Euros grant, the project will address some of the most popular theoretical proposals combining quantum physics and gravity in a nonstandard fashion, assessing their limits of validity and further constraining the values of their parameters.
QuCoM will explore the interplay between quantum mechanics and gravity in a parameter range accessible for cost-effective table-top experiments. It will suspend sub millimetre-sized particles in optical and magnetic traps and use them to detect gravitational forces in an unprecedented mass regime. Also, it will investigate quantum superpositions where such masses are delocalized in space quantum mechanically. With a 2.3 million Euros grant, the project will address some of the most popular theoretical proposals combining quantum physics and gravity in a nonstandard fashion, assessing their limits of validity and further constraining the values of their parameters.
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Latest Talks, News and Activities

Quantum Communication programs in Europe, Italy and Trieste
Event: 1st Australian Quantum Communication Forum Speaker: Angelo Bassi Place: Australian Academy of Sciences, Canberra Date: 21 March 2024 
Informational steady-states and conditional entropy production in continuously monitored systems
Event: Non-equilibrium Quantum Many Body Systems 2024 Speaker: Mauro Paternostro Place: Institute Henry Poincarè, Paris Date: 18 March 2024 
10/10/2023 – 12/03/2024 – Experimental meetings
Online 4/10/2022 - 26/9/2022 QuCoM experimentalists continue to hold regular online meetings every second Tuesday of every month. At both experiment sites, Leiden and Southampton, there are setups which are…
10/5/2024 – As for the CAT…models and interpretations of quantum mechanics
University of Trieste, IT 10/5/2024 A century after its birth, quantum mechanics continues to collect extraordinary successes. Nevertheless, there are still open problems at its FOUNDATIONS. Specifically, the quantum measurement…

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Bartolomeo, Giovanni Di; Carlesso, Matteo

Experimental bounds on linear-friction dissipative collapse models from levitated optomechanics Journal Article

In: New J. Phys., vol. 26, no. 4, 2024, ISSN: 1367-2630.

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Barr, J; Zicari, G; Ferraro, A; Paternostro, M

Spectral density classification for environment spectroscopy Journal Article

In: Mach. Learn.: Sci. Technol., vol. 5, no. 1, 2024, ISSN: 2632-2153.

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Fuchs, Tim M.; Uitenbroek, Dennis G.; Plugge, Jaimy; van Halteren, Noud; van Soest, Jean-Paul; Vinante, Andrea; Ulbricht, Hendrik; Oosterkamp, Tjerk H.

Measuring gravity with milligram levitated masses Journal Article

In: Sci. Adv., vol. 10, no. 8, 2024, ISSN: 2375-2548.

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Blair, S.; Zicari, G.; Belenchia, A.; Ferraro, A.; Paternostro, M.

Nonequilibrium quantum probing through linear response Journal Article

In: Phys. Rev. Research, vol. 6, no. 1, 2024, ISSN: 2643-1564.

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Irene Spagnul
ispagnul@units.it
Department of Physics
University of Trieste

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Horizon Europe Programme under GA 101046973

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