The FIRST-TF 2023 General Assembly will take place on November 8 and 9 at the Hôtel Le Saint-Paul in Nice. It will be followed by a workshop dedicated to “Quantum Technologies and Time-Frequency”, on November 10, 2023 in Nice, at the Hôtel Le Saint-Paul.
Attendance at both events is free but registration is mandatory. You can register before October 02, 2023 at the following address: https://gfq2023.sciencesconf.org/
You will find all the practical information as well as the various programs on this site.
Looking forward to meeting you there!
The 9th Symposium on Frequency Standards and Metrology will be held at the Mantra on Salt Beach Resort, Kingscliff, NSW, Australia, 16-20 October 2023. For more detail, please see here.
First Lunar Laser Ranging (LLR) Meeting, September 14th and 15th, 2023 in Grasse, France
The first LLR meeting wishes to bring the producers, the users and the science behind lunar laser ranging together in order to join efforts and resources, to define goals and enhance the visibility for a LLR community, and to identify synergies and to plan for the future. The goal is to encourage every group to help and form a visible global community.
Registration and contribution : https://llr2023.sciencesconf.org
Observatoire de la Côte d’Azur together with Observatoire de Paris are pleased to announce that the “Journées 2023: Temps et Relativité Générale (Time and General Relativity)” will be held from 11 to 13 September 2023 in Nice at Université Côte d’Azur and Observatoire de la Côte d’Azur.
For more information, https://journees2023.sciencesconf.org
The Call for Abstracts for the 9th Symposium on Frequency Standards and Metrology is open since February 12th, 2023. See the symposium Web Page: https://www.qdmlab.com/9fsm2023
To submit an abstract please go to the indico site for the Symposium: https://indico.cern.ch/e/9fsm
The symposium is intended to serve as an international discussion forum on precision frequency standards throughout the electromagnetic spectrum, and associated precision and quantum metrology. It focuses on the fundamental scientific aspects of the latest ideas, results, and applications in relation to these frequency standards and measurement techniques. More than Seven years after the last symposium, significant progress has occurred across all associated fields.
Following tradition and by design, the conference will consist of a single series of invited talks (~50) and invited poster presentations (>100). Thirty invitations for oral talks have been issued already. The remaining invited oral talks will be selected from the submitted abstracts. The other submitted abstracts, if accepted, will be presented as invited poster presentations.
Speakers already invited are requested to submit an abstract. The book of abstracts will be available on the website before the symposium. All participants are requested to supply a paper for inclusion in the conference proceedings.
Successful participants will receive a letter of invitation once accepted, and if requested, also a special invitation for visa application.
The 5th edition of the European GNU Radio Days will be held March 29 & 30 at SYRTE/Observatoire de Paris with presentations sought around the keyword « synchronization ». Topics related to the free opensource software defined radio framework GNU Radio involving synchronization of the various communication layers, from the radiofrequency signal to distributed acquisition and synthesis hardware to distributed and heterogeneous processing to message passing will be addressed during the presentations. Registration is free but mandatory before February 28, 2023 at https://gnuradio-eu-23.sciencesconf.org/
This symposium is organized by Sarah Carvallo (Logiques de l’Agir laboratory), Clément Lacroûte (CNRS, FEMTO-ST Institute) and François Vernotte (FEMTO-ST Institute) as part of the FabTemps action carried out by Sarah Carvallo at the MSHE Ledoux.
The FIRST-TF General Assembly will take place this year on October 04 and 05, 2022 in Besançon, at the ENSMM site.
This will be an important moment of exchange between laboratories, industries, technical centers and agencies, and the institutions that contribute to the life of the FIRST-TF network. This general assembly will be an opportunity to present the results of projects supported by FIRST-TF and to discuss specific topics. At the end of the first day, we will meet for dinner at a restaurant downtown Besançon, Bistrot La Charette.
The conference is organized and funded by the Collaborative Research Center DQ-mat and the Cluster of Excellence Quantum Frontiers. Participation is free of charge. As the number of participants is limited, available places will be allocated by a scientific committee on the basis of the submitted abstracts. Registration deadline is June 30th.
More information can be found on the homepage https://www.conference-qsnp.uni-hannover.de/