Stephan Schlamminger

Peer reviewed publications

  1. Bridging classical and quantum mechanics

    D. Haddad, F. Seifert, L.S. Chao, S. Li, D.B. Newell, J.R. Pratt, C. Williams, S. Schlamminger, accepted for publication in Metrologia 2016

  2. The watt or Kibble balance: a technique for implementing the new SI definition of the unit of mass

    I.A. Robinson and S. Schlamminger, accepted for publication in Metrologia 2016

  3. Invited Article: A precise instrument to determine the Planck constant, and the future kilogram

    D. Haddad, F. Seifert, L.S. Chao, S. Li, D.B. Newell, J.R. Pratt, C. Williams, S. Schlamminger, Rev. Sci. Instrum. 87 061301 (2016).

  4. Coil motion effects in watt balances: a theoretical check

    S. Li, S. Schlamminger, D. Haddad, F. Seifert, L. Chao, J.R. Pratt, Metrologia 53 817(2016).

  5. Recent measurements of the gravitational constant as a function of time

    S. Schlamminger, J.H. Gundlach, R.D. Newman, Physical Review D 91 121101 (2015).

  6. A LEGO Watt Balance: An apparatus to demonstrate the definition of mass based on the new SI

    L.S. Chao, S. Schlamminger, D.B. Newell, and J.R. Pratt, G. Sineriz, F. Seifert, A. Cao, and D. Haddad, X. Zhang, American Journal of Physics 83 913 (2015).

  7. First Measurements of the Flux Integral With the NIST-4 Watt Balance

    ED. Haddad, F. Seifert, L. Chao, A. Cao, G. Sineriz, J.R. Pratt, D.B. Newell, S. Schlamminger IEEE Trans. Instr. Meas. 64 1642 (2015).

  8. A Determination of the Local Acceleration of Gravity for the NIST-4 Watt Balance

    E.J. Leaman, D. Haddad, F. Seifert, L.S. Chao, A. Cao, J.R. Pratt, S. Schlamminger, and D.B. Newell, IEEE Trans. Instr. Meas. 64 1663 (2015).

  9. A summary of the Planck constant measurements using a watt balance with a superconducting solenoid at NIST

    S. Schlamminger, R.L. Steiner, D. Haddad, D.B. Newell, F. Seifert, L.S. Chao, E.R. Williams, and J.R. Pratt Metrologia 52 L5 (2015).

  10. Reflections on a Measurement of the Gravitational Constant Using a Beam Balance and 13 Tons of Mercury

    S. Schlamminger, R.E. Pixley,F. Nolting, J. Schurr and U. Straumann, Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc. 372 20140027 (2014).

  11. A nonlinearity in permanent-magnet systems used in watt balances

    S. Li, S. Schlamminger, J. Pratt, Metrologia 51 394 (2014).

  12. Construction, Measurement, Shimming, and Performance of the NIST-4 Magnet System

    F. Seifert, A. Panna, S. Li, B. Han, L. Chao, A. Cao, D. Haddad, H. Choi, L. Haley, S. Schlamminger, IEEE Trans. Instr. Meas. 63, 3027 (2014).

  13. Determination of the Planck constant using a watt balance with a superconducting magnet system at the National Institute of Standards and Technology

    S. Schlamminger, D. Haddad, F. Seifert, L.S. Chao, D.B. Newell, R. Liu, R.L. Steiner, and J. R. Pratt, Metrologia 51 S15 (2014).

  14. A reference-beam autocollimator with nanoradian sensitivity from mHz to kHz and dynamic range of 107

    T. B. Arp, C. A. Hagedorn, S. Schlamminger, and J. H. Gundlach, Rev. Sci. Instrum. 84 , 095007 (2013).

  15. Design of the Permanent-Magnet System for NIST-4

    S. Schlamminger, IEEE Trans. Instr. Meas. 62, 1524 (2013).

  16. A 10V programmable Josephson voltage standard and its applications for voltage metrology

    Y. Tang, V.N. Ojha, S. Schlamminger, A. Rüfenacht, C.J. Burroughs, P.D. Dresselhaus and S.P. Benz, Metrologia 49, 635 Metrologia 49 (2012).

  17. Torsion-balance tests of the weak equivalence principle

    T.A. Wagner, S. Schlamminger, J.H. Gundlach and E.G. Adelberger, Class. Quantum Grav. 29, 184002 (2012).

  18. Brownian force noise from molecular collisions and the sensitivity of advanced gravitational wave observatories

    R. Dolesi, M. Hueller, D. Nicolodi, D. Tombolato, S. Vitale, P. J. Wass, W. J. Weber, M. Evans, P. Fritschel, R. Weiss, J. H. Gundlach, C. A. Hagedorn, S. Schlamminger, G. Ciani, and A. Cavalleri, Physical Review D 84, 063007 (2011).

  19. Picoradian deflection measurement with an interferometric quasi-autocollimator using weak value amplification

    Matthew D. Turner, Charles A. Hagedorn, Stephan Schlamminger, and Jens H. Gundlach, Optics Letters 36 1479-1481 (2011).

  20. Removal of zero-point drift from AB data and the statistical cost

    H.E. Swanson and S. Schlamminger, Measurement Science and Technology 21 115104 (2010).

  21. Indirect Evidence for Lévy Walks in Squeeze Film Damping

    S. Schlamminger, C.A. Hagedorn and J.H. Gundlach, Physical Review D 81, 123008 (2010).

  22. Charge Management for Gravitational Wave Observatories using UV LEDs

    S.E. Pollack, M.D. Turner, S. Schlamminger, C.A. Hagedorn, and J.H. Gundlach, Physical Review D 81, 021101(R) (2010).

  23. Laboratory Tests of the Equivalence Principle at the University of Washington

    J. H. Gundlach, S. Schlamminger, and T. A. Wagner, Space Science Review 148, 201 (2009).

  24. Torsion Balance Experiments: A low-energy frontier of particle physics

    E.G. Adelberger, J.H. Gundlach, B.R. Heckel, S. Hoedl, and S. Schlamminger, Progress in Particle and Nuclear Physics 62, 102 (2009).

  25. Preferred-Frame and CP-Violation Tests with Polarized Electrons

    B.R. Heckel, E.G. Adelberger, C.E. Cramer, T.S. Cook, S. Schlamminger, and U. Schmidt, Physical Review D 78, 092006 (2008).

  26. Temporal Extend of Surface Potentials between Closely Spaced Metals

    S.E. Pollack, S. Schlamminger, and J.H. Gundlach, Physical Review Letters 101, 071101 (2008).

  27. Test of the Equivalence Principle Using a Rotating Torsion Balance

    S. Schlamminger, K.-Y. Choi, T.A. Wagner, J.H. Gundlach, and E.G. Adelberger, Physical Review Letters 100, 041101 (2008).

  28. Laboratory Test of Newton's Second Law for Small Accelerations

    J.H. Gundlach, S. Schlamminger, C.D. Spitzer, K.-Y. Choi, B.A. Woodahl, J.J. Coy, and E. Fischbach, Physical Review Letters 98, 150801 (2007).

  29. Measurement of Newton's gravitational constant

    St. Schlamminger, E. Holzschuh, W. Kündig, F. Nolting, R.E. Pixley, J. Schurr, and U. Straumann, Physical Review D 74, 082001 (2006).

  30. New CP-Violation and Preferred-Frame Tests with Polarized Electrons

    B.R. Heckel, C.E. Cramer, T.S. Cook, E.G. Adelberger, S. Schlamminger, and U. Schmidt, Physical Review Letters 97, 021603 (2006).

  31. Determination of the Gravitational Constant with a Beam Balance

    St. Schlamminger, E. Holzschuh, and W. Kündig, Physical Review Letters 89, 161102 (2002).

  32. A Value for G from Beam-Balance Experiments

    F. Nolting, J. Schurr, St. Schlamminger, and W. Kündig, Measurement Science and Technology 10, 487 (1999).

Book contributions

  1. Determination of the Gravitational Constant

    St. Schlamminger, E. Holzschuh, W. Kündig, F. Nolting, J. Schurr, in C. Lämmerzahl, C.W.F. Everitt, and F.W. Hehl (Eds.): Gyros, Clocks, Interferometers ...: Testing Relativistic Gravity in Space, Lecture Notes in Physics, Springer, 2001.

Conference proceedings (selection)

  1. High Sensitivity Torsion Balance Tests for LISA Proof Mass Modeling,

    S. Schlamminger, C. A. Hagedorn, M. G. Famulare, S. E. Pollack, and J. H. Gundlach, AIP Conference Proceedings Volume 873, LASER INTERFEROMETER SPACE ANTENNA: 6th International LISA Symposium, pp. 151-157 (2006).

  2. Outgassing, Temperature Gradients and the Radiometer Effect in LISA: A Torsion Pendulum Investigation,

    S. E. Pollack, S. Schlamminger, and J. H. Gundlach, AIP Conference Proceedings Volume 873, LASER INTERFEROMETER SPACE ANTENNA: 6th International LISA Symposium, pp. 158-164 (2006).

  3. Quality Factors of Bare and Metal-Coated Quartz and Fused Silica Torsion Fibers

    C. A. Hagedorn, S. Schlamminger, and J. H. Gundlach AIP Conference Proceedings Volume 873, LASER INTERFEROMETER SPACE ANTENNA: 6th International LISA Symposium, pp. 189-193 (2006).

  4. A Beam Balance Experiment to Determine the Gravitational Constant,

    St. Schlamminger, E. Holzschuh, W. Kündig, Conference Digest of Conference on Precision Electromagnetic Measurements 2002.

  5. Determination of the Gravitational Constant Using a Beam Balance,

    St. Schlamminger, E. Holzschuh, W. Kündig, Conference Proceedings of 9th Marcel Grossmann Meeting 2000.

  6. Determination of the Gravitational Constant Using a Beam Balance,

    St. Schlamminger, E. Holzschuh, W. Kündig, Conference Digest, Conference on Precision Electromagnetic Measurements 2000.

Other publications

  1. Fundamental constants: A cool way to measure big G,

    S. Schlamminger, Nature 510, 478 (2014).

  2. Determination of the Gravitational Constant by Means of a Beam Balance,

    F. Nolting, J. Schurr, St. Schlamminger and W. Kündig, Europhysics News Juli/August 2000.

  3. Hoffnung für die Gravitationskonstante,

    St. Schlamminger, Physikalische Blätter 56 Nr. 9 pp. 15-16 (2000).

  4. Die Gravitationskonstante - eine Herausforderung an die Meßtechnik,

    F. Nolting, J. Schurr, St. Schlamminger and W. Kündig, Physikalische Blätter 55 Nr. 4, pp. 51-53 (1999).


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