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Merlin conjures for Albert Einstein

July 01, 2003
Inbetriebnahme des Supercomputerclusters MERLIN in Anwesenheit der Brandenburgischen Wissenschaftsministerin Prof. Johanna Wanka. [more]
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New cluster computer at the Albert Einstein Institute makes black holes calculable

May 06, 2003
A centre of excellence for scientific computing is being established in Potsdam-Golm [more]
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Innovative electronic publishing project has proved a big success

January 23, 2003
Dynamic e-journal of relativity celebrates its 5th birthday: Publication concept now available for other fields of research [more]

Leibniz Prize goes to mathematician from the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics

December 06, 2002
Gerhard Huisken is awarded one of the prizes of the German Research Foundation (DFG), endowed with 1.55 million Euros [more]
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Vom Mikrokosmos zum Weltall

September 08, 2002
Tag der Offenen Türen auf dem Max-Planck-Campus Golm [more]

International Centre for Gravitational Physics in Hannover

May 17, 2002
Founding ceremony on 17 May 2002 [more]

Physikstudenten lernen Relativitätstheorie am Albert-Einstein-Institut

February 27, 2002
Das Golmer Max-Planck-Institut für Gravitationsphysik bietet überregional eine umfassende Einführung in die Relativitätstheorie [more]

The highest German award for theoretical physics goes to the "father" of the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics

December 17, 2001
Jürgen Ehlers receives the Max Planck Medal of the German Physical Society (DPG) [more]

Max Planck Society founds sub-institute in Hannover

November 23, 2001
New centre for gravitational wave astronomy is being developed in cooperation with the University of Hannover [more]
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Black holes take the plunge

September 17, 2001
For the first time computer simulations by the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics predict what astronomers will "see" with gravitational wave telescopes during the collision of two black holes. [more]
 
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