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D. Schlippert, J. Hartwig, H. Albers, L.L. Richardson, C. Schubert, A. Roura, W.P. Schleich, W. Ertmer und E.M. Rasel
Quantum test of the universality of free fall
Phys. Rev. Lett., 112(203002)

Bemerkung: arXiv:1406.4979 [physics.atom-ph] or arXiv:1406.4979v1 [physics.atom-ph]

D. Aguilera, H. Ahlers, B. Batteliert, A. Bawamia, A. Bertoldi, R. Bondarescu, K. Bongs, P. Bouyer, C. Braxmaier, L. Cacciapuoti, C. Chaloner, M. Chwalla, W. Ertmer, M. Franz, N. Gaaloul, M. Gehler, D. Gerardi, L. Gesa, N. Gürlebeck, J. Hartwig, M. Hauth, O. Hellmig, W. Herr, S. Herrmann, A. Heske, A. Hinton, P. Ireland, P. Jetzer, U. Johann, M. Krutzik, A. Kubelka, C. Lämmerzahl, A. Landragin, I. Lloro, D. Massonnet, I. Mateos, A. Milke, M. Nofrarias, M. Oswald, A. Peters, K. Posso-Trujillo, E. Rasel, E. Rocco, A. Roura, J. Rudolph, W.P. Schleich, C. Schubert, T. Schuldt, S. Seidel, K. Sengstock, C.F. Sopuerta, F. Sorrentino, D. Summers, G.M. Tino, C. Trenkel, N. Uzunoglu, W. von Klitzing, R. Walser, T. Wendrich, A. Wenzlaswki, P. Weßels, A. Wicht, E. Wille, M. Williams, P. Windpassinger und N. Zahzam
STE-QUEST - Test of the universality of free fall using cold atom interferometry
Class. Quantum Grav., 31(115010)
H. Müntinga, H. Ahlers, M. Krutzik, A. Wenzlawski, S. Arnold, D. Becker, K. Bongs, H. Dittus, H. Duncker, N. Gaaloul, C. Gherasim, E. Giese, C. Grzeschik, T. W. Hänsch, O. Hellmig, W. Herr, S. Herrmann, E. Kajari, S. Kleinert, C. Lämmerzahl, W. Lewoczko-Adamczyk, J. Malcolm, N. Meyer, R. Nolte, A. Peters, M. Popp, J. Reichel, A. Roura, J. Rudolph, M. Schiemangk, M. Schneider, S. T. Seidel, K. Sengstock, V. Tamma, T. Valenzuela, A. Vogel, R. Walser, T. Wendrich, P. Windpassinger, W. Zeller, T. van Zoest, W. Ertmer, W. P. Schleich und E. M. Rasel
Interferometry with Bose Einstein condensates in microgravity
Phys. Rev. Lett., 110:093602
Februar 2013
D.M. Heim, K. Vogel, W.P. Schleich, D. Koelle, R. Kleiner und E. Goldobin
A tunable macroscopic quantum system based on two fractional vortices
New J. Phys., 15:053020
R. Menzel, A. Heurer, D. Puhlmann, K. Dechoum, M. Hillery, M.J.A. Spähn und W.P. Schleich
A two-photon double-slit experiment
J. Mod. Opt., 60:86-94
D.M. Heim, W.P. Schleich, P.M. Alsing, J.P. Dahl und S. Varro
Tunneling of an energy eigenstate through a parabolic barrier viewed from Wigner phase space
Physics Letters A, 377:1822-1825
Ralf Menzel, Dirk Puhlmann, Axel Heuer und Wolfgang P. Schleich
Wave-particle dualism: Complementary unraveled by a different mode
Proc. Nat. Ac. Sci., 109:9314-9319
Vincenzo Tamma, Heyi Zhang, Xuehua He, Augusto Garuccio, Wolfgang P. Schleich und Yanhua Shih
Factoring numbers with a single interferogram
Phys. Rev. A, 83:020304
F. Sorrentino, K. Bongs, P. Bouyer, L. Cacciapuoti, M. De Angelis, H. Dittus, W. Ertmer, J. Hartwig, M. Hauth, S. Herrmann, K. Huang, M. Inguscio, E. Kajari, T. Könemann, C. Lämmerzahl, A. Landragin, G. Modugno, F. Pereira dos Santos, A. Peters, M. Prevedelli, E. M. Rasel, W. P. Schleich, M. Schmidt, A. Senger, K. Sengstock, G. Stern, G. M. Tino, T. Valenzuela, R. Walser und P. Windpassinger
The Space Atom Interferometer project: status and prospects
Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 327(1):012050

Zusammenfassung: This paper presents the current status and future prospects of the Space Atom Interferometer project (SAI), funded by the European Space Agency. Atom interferometry provides extremely sensitive and accurate tools for the measurement of inertial forces. Operation of atom interferometers in microgravity is expected to enhance the performance of such sensors. Main goal of SAI is to demonstrate the possibility of placing atom interferometers in space. The resulting drop-tower compatible atom interferometry acceleration sensor prototype is described. Expected performance limits and potential scientific applications in a micro-gravity environment are also discussed.

F. Sorrentino, K. Bongs, P. Boyer, L. Cacciapuoti, M. De Angelis, H. Dittus, W. Ertmer, A. Giorgini, J. Hartwig, M. Hauth, S. Herrmann, M. Inguscio, E. Kajari, T. Könemann, C. Lämmerzahl, A. Landragin, G. Modugno, F. Pereira dos Santos, A. Peters, M. Prevedelli, E.M. Rasel, W.P. Schleich, M. Schmidt, A. Senger, K. Sengstock, G. Stern, G.M. Tino und R. Walser
A Compact Atom Interferometer for Future Space Missions
Microgravity Sci. Technol. Journal for the topical issue in the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the Drop Tower Bremen,
T. v. Zoest, N. Gaaloul, Y. Singh, H. Ahlers, W. Herr, ST Seidel, W. Ertmer, E. Rasel, M. Eckart, E. Kajari, S. Arnold, G. Nandi, R. Walser, W.P. Schleich, A. Vogel, K. Sengstock, K. Bongs, W. Lewoczko-Adamczyk, M. Schiemangk, A. Peters, T. Könemann, H. Müntinga, C. Lämmerzahl, H. Dittus, T. Steinmetz, T.W. Hänsch und J. Reichel
Bose-Einstein condensation in microgravity
Science, 328(5985):1540-1543
Jan Rudolph, Naceur Gaaloul, Yeshpal Singh, Holger Ahlers, Waldemar Herr, Torben Schulze, Stephan Seidel, Christina Rode, Vladimir Schkolnik, Wolfgang Ertmer, Ernst Rasel, Hauke Müntinga, Thorben Könemann, Andreas Resch, Sven Herrmann, Claus Lämmerzahl, Tim Zoest, Hansjörg Dittus, Anika Vogel, André Wenzlawski, Klaus Sengstock, Nadine Meyer, Kai Bongs, Markus Krutzik, Wojciech Lewoczko-Adamczyk, Max Schiemangk, Achim Peters, Michael Eckart, Endre Kajari, Stefan Arnold, Gerrit Nandi, Wolfgang Schleich, Reinhold Walser, Tilo Steinmetz, Theodor Hänsch und Jakob Reichel
Degenerate Quantum Gases in Microgravity
Microgravity Science and Technology, 23:287-292

Zusammenfassung: Clouds of ultra-cold atoms and especially Bose–Einstein condensates (BEC) provide a source for coherent matter-waves in numerous earth bound experiments. Analogous to optical interferometry, matter-wave interferometers can be used for precision measurements allowing for a sensitivity orders of magnitude above their optical counterparts. However, in some respects the presence of gravitational forces in the lab limits experimental possibilities. In this article, we report about a compact and robust experiment generating Bose–Einstein condensates in the drop tower facility in Bremen, Germany. We also present the progress of building the succeeding experiment in which a two species atom interferometer will be implemented to test the weak equivalence principle with quantum matter.

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