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Dr. Benjamin Knispel
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Albert Einstein Institute Hannover

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Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics

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Teaser 1394800595

Der rauschärmste Laser der Welt

January 24, 2008
Forscher aus Hannover tricksen die Quantenphysik aus und ordnen die Lichtteilchen eines Laserstrahls gleichmäßig an [more]
Teaser 1394800620

The world’s most stable high-power laser now tested at California Institute of Technology

October 12, 2007
The world’s most stable high performance laser, developed by the Albert Einstein Institute Hannover and the LaserZentrum Hannover/Germany, is currently completing its test phase at the LIGO Laboratories of the California Institute of Technology group in Pasadena/USA. [more]
Teaser 1394800874

LIGO and Virgo join their forces in search for gravitational waves

February 15, 2007
The Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) and the Virgo interferometric gravitational wave detector of the European Gravitational Observatory (EGO) near Pisa, Italy, have agreed to join in a collaborative search for gravitational waves from sources in and far beyond our galaxy. [more]
Teaser 1394800949

Hannoveraner Wissenschaftler bändigen Lichtquanten

September 14, 2006
In Hannover beginnt die Zukunft der Gravitationswellenastronomie [more]
Teaser 1394800978

Gravitational Wave Detector GEO600 enters continuous operation

June 02, 2006
The joint German-British Gravitational Wave Detector GEO600 has now entered an 18-month run of continuous measurement after concluding the optimization process. [more]
Teaser 1399555128

Revolutionary grassroots astrophysics project "Einstein@Home" goes live

February 18, 2005
A new, grassroots computing project dubbed Einstein@Home, which will let anyone with a personal computer contribute to cutting edge astrophysics research, will be officially announced at the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) in Washington DC. [more]
 
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