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February 15 - 18, 2017
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.

Workshop "Connections between Cosmology, Strong Gravity and Quantum Theory"

February 15 - 18, 2017

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.

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September 26 - 29, 2016AEI Potsdam-GolmThe 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). [more]
November 21, 2015Dr. J.-L. Lehners gives a public talk at the G.A.S. Station in Berlin.

Public talk: "Der Anfang von Raum und Zeit"

November 21, 2015
Dr. J.-L.
 Lehners gives a public talk at the G.A.S. Station in Berlin.

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11.11.2015Eine Wissenschafts- und Tanz-Performance über das älteste Licht, das wir kennen mit Dr. Jean-Luc Lehners (Max-Planck-Institut für Gravitationsphysik) und Dr. Linda Gieres (freischaffende Choreografin und Tänzerin).

"Lunchpaket" (talk and performance): Das älteste Licht des Universums

11.11.2015
Eine Wissenschafts- und Tanz-Performance über das älteste Licht, das wir kennen mit Dr. Jean-Luc Lehners (Max-Planck-Institut für Gravitationsphysik) und Dr. Linda Gieres (freischaffende Choreografin und Tänzerin).
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March 3 - 6, 2014 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 "Quantum Gravity and Fundamental Cosmology"

March 3 - 6, 2014
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). [more]
Öffentlicher Vortrag „Was war vor dem Urknall?“ von Dr. Jean-Luc Lehners (Max-Planck-Institut für Gravitationsphysik (Albert-Einstein-Institut)) in der Bruno-H.-Bürgel-Sternwarte in Berlin.

Am Anfang war der Urknall! Oder doch nicht?

February 23, 2012

Öffentlicher Vortrag „Was war vor dem Urknall?“ von Dr. Jean-Luc Lehners (Max-Planck-Institut für Gravitationsphysik (Albert-Einstein-Institut)) in der Bruno-H.-Bürgel-Sternwarte in Berlin. [more]
Dr. Jean-Luc Lehners from the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics (Albert Einstein Institute/AEI) is one of the top 20 international scientists who on Wednesday, 9 November at the Falling Walls Conference in the Berlin-based Radialsystem venue will present a talk about the boundaries of knowledge and how they can be overcome.

What came before the Big Bang?

Dr. Jean-Luc Lehners from the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics (Albert Einstein Institute/AEI) is one of the top 20 international scientists who on Wednesday, 9 November at the Falling Walls Conference in the Berlin-based Radialsystem venue will present a talk about the boundaries of knowledge and how they can be overcome.
As a recipient of one of the coveted “ERC Starting Grants” (support funding from the European Research Council), Jean-Luc Lehners will come to the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics (Albert Einstein Institute/AEI) where he will be setting up a Research Group focussing on string cosmology during the next five years.

Exploring the Big Bang

January 10, 2011

As a recipient of one of the coveted “ERC Starting Grants” (support funding from the European Research Council), Jean-Luc Lehners will come to the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics (Albert Einstein Institute/AEI) where he will be setting up a Research Group focussing on string cosmology during the next five years. [more]
 
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