Seminars at AEI Potsdam-Golm

Seminars at AEI Hannover

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Events

Public talk by Prof. Allen at the University of Geneva on September 14, 2016

Seeing two black holes merge (with gravitational waves!)

Public talk by Prof. Allen at the University of Geneva on September 14, 2016 [more]
The workshop will bring together theoretical physicists working on different approaches to quantum gravity (with an interest in early universe cosmology) and cosmologists studying fundamental aspects of cosmological models (and interested in quantum gravity effects in the early universe).

Workshop "Emergent Space-time in Quantum Gravity and Fundamental Cosmology"
September 26 - 29, 2016
AEI Potsdam-Golm

The workshop will bring together theoretical physicists working on different approaches to quantum gravity (with an interest in early universe cosmology) and cosmologists studying fundamental aspects of cosmological models (and interested in quantum gravity effects in the early universe).
On November 12, 2016, the Albert Einstein Institute together with many other institutes in Hannover opens from 6 pm to midnight for the public.

Die Nacht, die Wissen schafft (Science Night)

On November 12, 2016, the Albert Einstein Institute together with many other institutes in Hannover opens from 6 pm to midnight for the public. [more]
From November 3-24 Hannover will celebrate the “November der Wissenschaft” (November of Science). The Albert Einstein Institute will offer four public evenig talks as part of the event series.

November der Wissenschaft (November of Science) 2016

From November 3-24 Hannover will celebrate the “November der Wissenschaft” (November of Science). The Albert Einstein Institute will offer four public evenig talks as part of the event series. [more]
The direction detection of gravitational waves made headlines all over the globe this year. Prof. Dr. Karsten Danzmann explains in this talk in the Hörregion Hannover how this has opened our ears to the Universe.

Talk “Der Klang des Universums” by Prof. Danzmann
7 December 2016 at 7 pm in the Haus der Region, Hannover

The direction detection of gravitational waves made headlines all over the globe this year. Prof. Dr. Karsten Danzmann explains in this talk in the Hörregion Hannover how this has opened our ears to the Universe. [more]

Past Events


On 31 July 2016 the GEO600 detector site was open to everyone interested in gravitational wave science. Apart from guided tours of the detector the visitor had the chance to chat with the scientists on site and to learn about LISA Pathfinder. About 800 guests visited GEO600 on this day.

Open Day at GEO600 in 2016

On 31 July 2016 the GEO600 detector site was open to everyone interested in gravitational wave science. Apart from guided tours of the detector the visitor had the chance to chat with the scientists on site and to learn about LISA Pathfinder. About 800 guests visited GEO600 on this day.

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Public talk (in German) “Gravitationswellenastronomie: Töne aus der dunklen Schattenwelt des Universums”

June 18, 2016, 11 am
AEI director Karsten Danzmann's Saturday Morning Lecture in Hanover

Public talk (in German) “Gravitationswellenastronomie: Töne aus der dunklen Schattenwelt des Universums”
Pictures from the event on 7 June 2016 at the AEI Hannover.

LISA Pathfinder Press Conference

Pictures from the event on 7 June 2016 at the AEI Hannover. [more]
Gravitational wave detectors have observed, for the first time, the merger of two black holes. This conference organized by the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics takes place in Hannover, Germany, and will discuss the most recent developments in the searches for these signals, and the implications for astrophysics and fundamental physics.

Conference “The first observation of a binary black hole merger: Status and future prospects”, May 23-26

Gravitational wave detectors have observed, for the first time, the merger of two black holes. This conference organized by the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics takes place in Hannover, Germany, and will discuss the most recent developments in the searches for these signals, and the implications for astrophysics and fundamental physics. [more]
May 21, 2016; 1pm - 8pmAEI takes part in the Potsdam Science Day at Filmuniversität Babelsberg KONRAD WOLF.

Potsdam Science Day

May 21, 2016; 1pm - 8pm
AEI takes part in the Potsdam Science Day at Filmuniversität Babelsberg KONRAD WOLF.
 
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