Publikationen des Albert-Einstein-Instituts in Hannover

Hochschulschrift - Dissertation (56)

  1. 1426.
    Knispel, B.: Pulsar discoveries by volunteer distributed computing and the strongest continuous gravitational wave signal. Dissertation (2011)
  2. 1427.
    Burmeister, O.: Optical properties of 3-port-grating coupled cavities. Dissertation (2010)
  3. 1428.
    Hage, B.: Purification and Distillation of Continuous Variable Entanglement. Dissertation (2010)
  4. 1429.
    Kwee, P.: Laser Characterization and Stabilization for Precision Interferometry. Dissertation (2010)
  5. 1430.
    Wanner, G.: Complex optical systems in space: numerical modelling of the heterodyne interferometery of LISA Pathfinder and LISA. Dissertation (2010)
  6. 1431.
    Bogenstahl, J.: Interferometry for the space mission LISA Pathfinder. Dissertation, University of Glasgow, Glasgow (2009)
  7. 1432.
    Guzman Cervantes, F.: Gravitational Wave Observation from Space: optical measurement techniques for LISA and LISA Pathfinder. Dissertation (2009)
  8. 1433.
    Müller-Ebhardt, H.: On quantum effects in the dynamics of macroscopic test masses. Dissertation, Leibniz Universität Hannover, Hannover (2009)
  9. 1434.
    Pletsch, H.: Data Analysis for Continuous Gravitational Waves. Dissertation (2009)
  10. 1435.
    Rehbein, H.: On the enhancement of future gravitational wave laser interferometers and the prospects of probing macroscopic quantum mechanics. Dissertation, Leibniz Universität Hannover, Hannover (2009)
  11. 1436.
    Seifert, F.: Power Stabilization of High Power Lasers for Second Generation Gravitational Wave Detetors. Dissertation (2009)
  12. 1437.
    Thüring, A.: Investigations of coupled and Kerr non-linear optical resonators. Dissertation (2009)
  13. 1438.
    Franzen, A.: Präparation von destillierten und purifzierten gequetschten Zuständen. Dissertation, Leibniz Universität, Hannover, Germany (2008)
  14. 1439.
    Franzen, A.: Präparation von destillierten und purifizierten gequetschten Zuständen. Dissertation (2008)
  15. 1440.
    Steier, F.: Interferometry techniques for spaceborne gravitational wave detectors. Dissertation, Universität Hannover, Fakultät für Mathematik und Physik, Hannover (2008)
  16. 1441.
    Vahlbruch, H.: Squeezed Light for Gravitational Wave Astronomy. Dissertation, 196 S., Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universität Hannover, Hannover, Germany (2008)
  17. 1442.
    Chelkowski, S.: Squeezed Light and Laser Interferometric Gravitational Wave Detectors. Dissertation, Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universität Hannover, Hannover (2007)
  18. 1443.
    Garcia Marin, A. F.: Minimisation of optical pathlength noise for the detection of gravitational waves with the spaceborne laser interferometer LISA and LISA Pathfinder. Dissertation, Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universität Hannover, Hannover (2007)
  19. 1444.
    Hild, S.: Beyond the First Generation: Extending the Science Range of the Gravitational Wave Detector GEO600. Dissertation, Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universität Hannover, Hannover (2007)
  20. 1445.
    Ribichini, L.: Thermal noise investigations in gravitational wave research. Dissertation, Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universität Hannover, Hannover (2007)
  21. 1446.
    Röver, C.: Bayesian inference on astrophysical binary inspirals based on gravitational-wave measurements. Dissertation, University of Auckland, Auckland (NZ) (2007)
  22. 1447.
    Skorupka, S.: Rauschuntersuchungen an hochstabilen Lasersystemen für die wissenschaftliche Weltraummission LISA. Dissertation, Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universität Hannover, Hannover (2007)
  23. 1448.
    Wand, V.: Interferometry at low Frequencies: Optical Phase Measurement for LISA and LISA Pathfinder. Dissertation, Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universität Hannover, Hannover (2007)
  24. 1449.
    Harms, J.: The Detection of Gravitational Waves - Data Analysis and Interferometry. Dissertation, 233 S., Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universität Hannover, Hannover (2006)
  25. 1450.
    Malec, M.: Commissioning of advanced, dual-recycled gravitational-wave detectors: simulations of complex optical systems guided by the phasor picture. Dissertation, 267 S., Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universität Hannover, Hannover (2006)
 
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