FFK2019

9-14 June, 2019

Tihany, Hungary

Tihany, Hungary

The Conference follows the series of workshops on Precision Physics and Fundamental Physical Constants (2008-2017). This year it is organized as part of the Eötvös Year of Hungary with a special session devoted to Eötvös-type and other experiments on gravity

Session 1: Precision spectroscopy of atoms and ions |

Spectroscopy of HD+ and the Rydberg constant PoS(FFK2019)001 |

Improving the hyperfine structure theory in hydrogen molecular ions PoS(FFK2019)002 |

m(alpha)^6 order spin-averaged effective Hamiltonian of hydrogen molecular ions PoS(FFK2019)003 |

Calculation of higher order corrections to positronium energy levels PoS(FFK2019)004 pdf |

Session 2: High energy physics: experiment |

Precision tests of the SM at ATLAS and CMS PoS(FFK2019)005 |

Precision measurements in Higgs sector at ATLAS and CMS PoS(FFK2019)006 |

CP Violation and CKM Matrix Measurements PoS(FFK2019)007 |

High-precision tests of the Standard Model at future e+e- colliders PoS(FFK2019)008 |

New States in Charmonium and Bottomonium Families PoS(FFK2019)009 |

Session 3: Exotic atoms |

Precision measurements of antiproton and antihydrogen properties at CERN PoS(FFK2019)010 |

Muonic atoms and proton size PoS(FFK2019)011 |

The virtual-Delbruck-scattering potential for light muonic atoms PoS(FFK2019)012 |

FAMU: latest results in the measurement of the transfer rate from mu-p to oxygen PoS(FFK2019)013 |

Present status of muonium hyperfine splitting in J-PARC PoS(FFK2019)014 |

Session 4: QED tests on atoms and molecules |

Testing fundamental interactions with the helium atom PoS(FFK2019)015 |

Testing QED with precision spectroscopy of the helium atom PoS(FFK2019)016 |

Quantum Electrodynamics of the hydrogen molecule PoS(FFK2019)017 |

Hyperfine cross-over resonances producing Lamb-dips and Lamb-peaks in the saturation spectrum of HD PoS(FFK2019)018 |

Energy levels of deuterium molecule PoS(FFK2019)019 |

Determination of the dissociation energy of para-H2 PoS(FFK2019)020 |

Session 5: Beyond the Standard Model |

Highlights of searches for new physics at ATLAS and CMS PoS(FFK2019)021 |

Super-weak force PoS(FFK2019)022 |

Towards testing physics beyond the Standard Model with the g factor of bound electrons PoS(FFK2019)023 |

Isotope shift and atomic parity violation in the search for new physics PoS(FFK2019)024 |

Session 6: Magnetic moment, g factor |

Theory of the g factor of few-electron ions PoS(FFK2019)025 |

A New Experiment for the Measurement of the g-factors of 3He2+ and 3He+ PoS(FFK2019)026 |

The ALPHATRAP g-factor experiment PoS(FFK2019)027 |

Many-body study of g factor of boron-like argon PoS(FFK2019)028 |

e+e- annihilation into hadrons and muon g-2 PoS(FFK2019)029 |

Measurement of muon's g-2 and EDM PoS(FFK2019)030 |

The muon g-2 and the MuonE project PoS(FFK2019)031 |

Session 7: Fundamental constants, atomic properties |

New quantum SI units and fundamental constants PoS(FFK2019)032 |

High-Precision Measurement of the Deuteron’s Atomic Mass PoS(FFK2019)033 |

Precision measurements of the (anti)proton mass and magnetic moment by the BASE collaboration PoS(FFK2019)034 |

Precise determinations of the strong coupling in lepton collisions PoS(FFK2019)035 |

Study of the valence electronic density distribution in Z=112-120 atoms PoS(FFK2019)036 |

High-precision calculations of hydrogen molecule PoS(FFK2019)037 |

The hydrogen n=2 Lamb shift (and the proton size) and helium n=2 fine structure (and the fine-structure constant) PoS(FFK2019)038 |

Session 8: The gravity experiment of Roland Eötvös |

The Eötvös Paradox: The Enduring Significance of Eötvös' Most Famous Experiment PoS(FFK2019)039 pdf |

My time with Bob Dicke; the beginning of experimental gravitational physics in university research PoS(FFK2019)040 |

Torsion Balance and Remeasurement of the Eötvös Experiment PoS(FFK2019)041 |

Remeasurement of the Eötvös experiment - status and first results PoS(FFK2019)042 |

$G^{\epsilon\epsilon}$ Lab's Equivalence Principle Experiment PoS(FFK2019)043 |

Session 9: Gravitational waves |

Gravitational waves and the Einstein Telescope PoS(FFK2019)044 |

Session 10: Gravity, new measurements |

Determination of G with time-of-swing method by using high-Q silica fibers PoS(FFK2019)045 |

Determination of G with Angular-Acceleration-Feedback Method PoS(FFK2019)046 |

Newtonian Gravitation Constant: History of Measurement and New Results PoS(FFK2019)048 |

Session 11: Miscellaneous |

Paving the way for fundamental physics tests with singly-ionized helium PoS(FFK2019)049 pdf |

Proton CT - a novel imaging tool in hadron therapy PoS(FFK2019)050 |

Testing Quantum Calculations with Measurements on Radioactive Molecular Hydrogen Isotopologues PoS(FFK2019)051 |

QED with heavy ions: on the way from strong to supercritical fields PoS(FFK2019)052 pdf |

Poster session |

Two-loop self-energy corrections to the g-factor of bound electrons PoS(FFK2019)053 |

Two-photon spectroscopy of H2+ PoS(FFK2019)054 |

Prospects of precision measurements with thorium ions trapped inside Coulomb crystals of 40Ca+ PoS(FFK2019)055 |

Algorithm for calculating Bethe logarithm and adiabatic correction for atoms and two-centered molecules PoS(FFK2019)056 |

Correlation trends in the nuclear anapole moment interaction of the Be atom in BeCl PoS(FFK2019)057 |

Quadropole transitions of the hydrogen molecular ion HD+ PoS(FFK2019)058 |

Generating Sub-Millidegree Thermal Stability over Large Volumes for Precision Experiments PoS(FFK2019)059 |

Nonrelativistic ionization energy levels of the helium atom PoS(FFK2019)060 pdf attachments |

Relativstic corrections to the hyperfine structure of hydrogen molecular ions PoS(FFK2019)061 |

Bohr-Weisskopf effect in the thallium atom PoS(FFK2019)062 |

Two-loop QED corrections to the bound-electron g factor involving the magnetic loop PoS(FFK2019)063 |

Measurement system of the new Eötvös experiment PoS(FFK2019)064 |

Eötvös balance operation presentation PoS(FFK2019)065 |

When the link to the pdf file is not available, the contribution in question has not yet been accepted for publication.