Scientific Bibliography

Why we built the Holometer

Publications

Models of exotic interferometer cross-correlations in emergent space-time

Craig Hogan and Ohkyung Kwon

Class. and Quantum Grav. 35 204001 arXiv 1771.05514

First measurements of high frequency cross-spectra from a pair of large Michelson interferometers

Aaron Chou, Henry Glass, H Richard Gustafson, Craig J Hogan, Brittany L Kamai, Ohkyung Kwon, Robert Lanza, Lee McCuller, Stephan S Meyer, Jonathan W Richardson, Chris Stoughton, Ray Tomlin and Rainer Weiss

2017 Phys. Rev. Lett. 117 111102 arXiv 1512.01216

Interferometric tests of Planckian quantum geometry models

Kwon O and Hogan C J

2016 Classical and Quantum Gravity 33 105004 arXiv 1410.8197

MHz gravitational wave constraints with decameter Michelson interferometers

Aaron S. Chou, Richard Gustafson, Craig Hogan, Brittany Kamai, Ohkyung Kwon, Robert Lanza, Shane L. Larson, Lee McCuller, Stephan S. Meyer, Jonathan Richardson, Chris Stoughton, Raymond Tomlin, and Rainer Weiss 2017,

Phys. Rev. D 95, 063002 arXiv 1611.05560

The Holometer: an instrument to probe Planckian quantum geometry

Aaron Chou, Henry Glass, H Richard Gustafson, Craig J Hogan, Brittany L Kamai, Ohkyung Kwon, Robert Lanza, Lee McCuller, Stephan S Meyer, Jonathan W Richardson, Chris Stoughton, Ray Tomlin and Rainer Weiss

2017 Classical and Quantum Gravity 34 065005 arXiv 1611.08265

Statistical measures of Planck scale signal correlations in interferometers

Craig J Hogan and Ohkyung Kwon

Classical and Quantum Gravity 34 075006 arXiv 1506.06808

Interferometric constraints on quantum geometrical shear noise correlations

Aaron Chou, Henry Glass, H Richard Gustafson, Craig J Hogan, Brittany L Kamai, Ohkyung Kwon, Robert Lanza, Lee McCuller, Stephan S Meyer, Jonathan W Richardson, Chris Stoughton, Ray Tomlin and Rainer Weiss

2017 Classical and Quantum Gravity 34 165005 arXiv 1703.08503

Statistical model of exotic rotational correlations in emergent space-time

Hogan C, Kwon O and Richardson J

2017 Classical and Quantum Gravity 34 135006 arXiv 1607.03048

Exotic rotational correlations in quantum geometry

Craig Hogan

2017 Phys. Rev. D 95 104050 arXiv 1509.07997

Talks

Experimental Limits on Gravitational Waves in the MHz Frequency Range with the Fermilab Holometer Robert Lanza, 2015-03-27

Theory

The theory of holographic noise is due to Craig Hogan.

Experiment

A conceptual design for the experiment was written by Rai Weiss on Feb 10, 2009.

The grand plan for the Holometer is laid out in the proposal document:

Overview presented for the Time and Matter 2013 conference

The Holometer is very closely based on interferometric gravitational wave detectors like LIGO or GEO600.

These are two comprehensive pedagogical resources for learning about LIGO:

  • Caltech’s gravitational waves course, which comprises nineteen weeks’ worth (!) of lecture videos, slides, journal aticles, and problem sets.
  • Peter Saulson's book, Fundamentals of Interferometric Gravitational Wave Detectors. Available through the publisher.

General resources

Lasers

These books are good all-in-one resources for a discussion of lasers and optical systems in general.

Gaussian optics

Power-recycled Michelson interferometers

Cavity locking

Control theory and feedback

Signal processing



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