Seminars at AEI Potsdam-Golm

Seminars at AEI Hannover

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The Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics (Albert Einstein Institute) is the largest research institute in the world specializing in general relativity and beyond. The institute is located in Potsdam-Golm and in Hannover where it is closely related to the Leibniz Universität Hannover.

Upcoming Events

Open Day at the Research Campus Potsdam-Golm

September 6, 2014, 11:00 am - 5:00 pm

The research institutes on the campus in Golm will open their doors for the public again, offering a fascinating and entertaining insight in science.

Die Nacht, die Wissen schafft 2014

November 15, 2014, 6 pm to midnight
The AEI Hannover participates in the "Nacht, die Wissen schafft" (science night) at the Leibniz Universität Hannover. Every hour AEI scientists will talk about their work in half-hour presentations. An exhibition offers a chance to do some hands-on experiments, and the "science gallery" offers new insights into the institute's research.

November der Wissenschaft 2014

November 13-29, 2014
The Albert Einstein Institute Hannover takes part in the "November der Wissenschaft" (November of Science) 2014 and offers four public talks. On November 17, 20, 24 and 26 at 6 pm the topics will be black holes, neutron stars, the Higgs boson, Einstein's theory of general relativity and the LISA Pathfinder mission.

A Century of General Relativity

November 30 - December 5, 2015
The Max Planck Institutes for Gravitational Physics (Albert Einstein Institute) and the History of Science, along with the International Society for General Relativity and Gravitation, jointly announce a meeting to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Einstein's full formulation of the theory of general relativity. The meeting will take place from Monday November 30 until Saturday December 5, 2015, and it will be held at the Harnack House in Berlin. The first part of the meeting will consist of reviews of current research frontiers in physics and astronomy that are impacted by general relativity. The second part will consist of an historical examination of the development of the theory and its integration into mainstream physics. Further details will be announced in the Autumn of 2014. [more]
 
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