October 3, 2017, 11:30 CEST, at the AEI in Potsdam
On 3rd of October the Nobel Foundation will announce the Nobel Prize in Physics 2017. The event is broadcast live from Stockholm. The AEI in Potsdam invites all interested people to watch the live stream together with scientists from the institute.
3rd of October, 11:30 CEST at the AEI in Hannover On 3rd of October the Nobel Foundation will announce the Nobel Prize in Physics 2017. The event is broadcast in an internet live stream from Stockholm. The Albert Einstein Institute in Hannover invites all interested to watch the live stream together with scientists from the institute.
Family Day about the Big Bang, black holes and gravitational waves at the Historisches Museum Hanover on 21 May from 12:00 to 16:00. Exhibits and presentations about the research at the Albert Einstein Institute.
Popular science show on 16 May 2017 at 18:00 with Prof. Karsten Danzmann (Director at the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics (Albert Einstein Institute) and Director of the Institute for Gravitational Physics of Leibniz Universität Hannover) and Prof. Michèle Heurs (Institute for Gravitational Physics of Leibniz Universität Hannover)
May 13, 2017; 1pm - 8pm On May 13, 2017, the Science Park Potsdam-Golm hosts the 5th Potsdam Science Day. The AEI will participate together with 39 other research institutes, universities and schools.
You are curious and always have wanted to know why the Universe is the way it is? Black holes, laser light and experiments are your passion? If that's the case, studying physics might just be your thing. On April 27, the Albert Einstein Institute Hannover invites to the Zukunftstag where you can experience what the life of physicists is like.
The March for Science is an international movement taking place on April 22 in many cities all over the world. It’s a demonstration for the value of science, facts, and scientific evidence in times of “alt-facts”.
The March for Science in Berlin starts at 1pm in front of Humboldt University (Unter den Linden 6).
From March 6-17, 2017, the University of Potsdam and the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics (Albert Einstein Institute) offer a crash course on General Relativity and its astrophysical applications. [more]
This meeting at Ringberg Castle aims to explore frontier issues in cosmology, especially the connections with black hole and gravitational wave physics, as well as the theoretical challenges of combining gravity and quantum theory in order to gain an understanding of the big bang.