11-16 December 2008
Valencia, Spain
Europe/Madrid timezone

What has CP violation to do with nonlocality?

12 Dec 2008, 18:35
20m
Valencia, Spain

Valencia, Spain

IFIC – Instituto de Física Corpuscular CSIC – Valencia Univ. Edificio Institutos de Investigación Apartado de Correos 22085 E-46071 Valencia SPAIN
Entanglement, Symmetrisation Principle Parallel Session C. Entanglement

Speaker

Dr Beatrix Hiesmayr (University of Vienna)

Description

I show how basic questions of quantum mechanics can be investigated for systems in high energy physics. In particular the massive kaon-antikaon system is specially suitable as it offers a unique laboratory to tests various aspects of particle physics as well to test the foundations of quantum mechanics (e.g tests of Bell inequalities, local realistic theories, quantum marking and erasure concepts, decoherence effects, Bohr's complementary principle,...). I will show that the Nature of these systems provides us with new and novel insights into the perculiarities of the quantum theory which are partly not offered by other quantum systems. In detail I will show how nonlocality and CP violation is connected and how a "kaonic" eraser experiment offers a new option that can only be achived with neutral kaons. In addition this experiment could be performed at DAPHNE.

Primary author

Dr Beatrix Hiesmayr (University of Vienna)

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