Dr. Benjamin Knispel
Dr. Benjamin Knispel
Press Officer AEI Hannover
Phone:+49 511 762-19104Fax:+49 511 762-17182

Albert Einstein Institute Hannover

Dr. Elke Müller
Press officer AEI Potsdam-Golm
Phone:+49 331 567-7303Fax:+49 331 567-7297

Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics

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Teaser 1394800536

European Commission funds design study for unique future observatory

October 18, 2008
By allocating three million Euro within the FP7 programme for preliminary studies for the Einstein Telescope (ET) – a pan-European gravitational wave observatory – the European Commission has made a decisive step towards the exploration of the universe with gravitational waves. [more]
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Visions for outer space

July 01, 2008
Participants of a workshop on fundamental research demand a strategy paper on national aereospace [more]
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Start für ATLAS - Deutschlands viertschnellster Computer für wissenschaftliche Zwecke wird eingeweiht

May 21, 2008
Künftig laufen alle relevanten Daten der Gravitationswellendetektoren LIGO (USA), GEO600 (dt.-brit.) und Virgo (ital.-frz.) in Hannover zusammen – mit ATLAS will man die erste direkte Messung von Gravitationswellen bestätigen [more]
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Der rauschärmste Laser der Welt

January 24, 2008
Forscher aus Hannover tricksen die Quantenphysik aus und ordnen die Lichtteilchen eines Laserstrahls gleichmäßig an [more]
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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]
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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]
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Hannoveraner Wissenschaftler bändigen Lichtquanten

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