Publications of the Laser Interferometry and Gravitational Wave Astronomy Division

Journal Article (6)

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    Aufmuth, P.; Danzmann, K.: Mikrofone für das Konzert des Kosmos. Sterne und Weltraum 6 (Spezial "Gravitation"), pp. 26 - 33 (2001)
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    Dhurandhar, S.; Vecchio, A.: Searching for continuous gravitational wave sources in binary systems. Physical Review D 63 (12), 122001 (2001)
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    Heinzel, G.: Status and first results of TAMA300. Classical and Quantum Gravity 18, 4119, pp. 4113 (2001)
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    Müller, M.; Homann, F.; Rinkleff, R.-H.; Wicht, A.; Danzmann, K.: Heterodyne measurement of parametric dispersion in electromagnetically induced transparency. Physical Review A 64 (1), 013803 (2001)
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    Rüdiger, A.; Brillet, A.; Danzmann, K.; Giazotto, A.; Hough, J.: Gravitational wave detection by laser interferometry - on earth and in space. Comptes Rendus de l'Académie des Sciences Serie IV Physique Astrophysique 2 (9), pp. 1331 - 1341 (2001)
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    Sathyaprakash, B. S.; Winkler, W.: Gravitational waves. Europhysics News 2 (6), pp. 240 - 241 (2001)

Book (1)

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    Born, M.; Ehlers, J.; Pössel, M.: Die Relativitätstheorie Einsteins / Max Born. Springer, Berlin u.a. (2001), 470 pp.

Book Chapter (2)

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    Jürgen, E.; Pössel, M.: Neuere Entwicklungen der relativistischen Physik. In: Die Relativitätstheorie Einsteins., pp. 325 - 470 (Ed. Pössel, M.). Springer, Berlin (2001)
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    Rüdiger, A.; Danzmann, K.: The GEO 600 Gravitational Wave Detector - Status, Research, Development. In: Gyros, Clocks, Interferometers ...: Testing Relativistic Gravity in Space, pp. 131 - 140 (Eds. Lämmerzahl, C.; Everitt, C.W.F.; Hehl, F.W.). Springer, Berlin u.a. (2001)

Conference Paper (1)

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    Danzmann, K.: Gravitational wave detectors on the ground and in space. In: Atomic physics 17: XVII international conference; ICAP 2000, pp. 293 - 306 (Ed. Arimondo, E.). ATOMIC PHYSICS 17: XVII International Conference on Atomic Physics, Florence, Italy, June 04, 2000 - June 09, 2000. American Inst. of Physics, Melville, NY (2001)
 
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