Physics and Astronomy
Precision tests of Lorentz symmetry have become increasingly of interest to the broader gravitational and high-energy physics communities. In this talk, recent work on violations of local Lorentz invariance in gravity is discussed, including recent analysis constraining Lorentz violation in a variety of gravitational tests. The arena of short-range tests of gravity is highlighted, demonstrating that such tests are sensitive to a broad class of unexplored signals that depend on sidereal time and the geometry of the experiment.
50th Rencontres de Moriond 2015: Gravitation: 100 Years After GR
La Thuile, Italy
Number of Pages
Scholarly Commons Citation
Bailey, Q. G. (2015). What Do We Know About Lorentz Symmetry?. , (). Retrieved from https://commons.erau.edu/publication/824
The proceedings of this conference were published by ARISF in 2015 and edited by Etienne Augé, Jacques Dumarchez and Jean Trân Thanh Vân. ISBN: 978-2-9546400-6-8.