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Here you will get the most recent news from our division Observational Relativity and Cosmology. You can find all news from the Albert Einstein Institute on our press office pages.

This meeting brings together experts in all aspects of gravitational wave data analysis with scientists interested in using gravitational wave data to understand neutron stars and black holes.

January 12-18, 2020
Conference in Schloss Ringberg: Gravitational wave searches and parameter estimation in the era of detections

This meeting brings together experts in all aspects of gravitational wave data analysis with scientists interested in using gravitational wave data to understand neutron stars and black holes. [more]
Max Planck researcher honored for “bold and innovative step towards understanding quantum gravitational phenomena”

Jahed Abedi receives 2019 Buchalter Cosmology Prize

January 08, 2020

Max Planck researcher honored for “bold and innovative step towards understanding quantum gravitational phenomena” [more]
American Physical Society honors Max Planck director and director emeritus for their pioneering and decisive contributions to gravitational-wave data analysis

APS 2020 Richard A. Isaacson Award in Gravitational-Wave Science for Bruce Allen and Bernard Schutz

October 22, 2019

American Physical Society honors Max Planck director and director emeritus for their pioneering and decisive contributions to gravitational-wave data analysis [more]
Second fastest spinning radio pulsar known is a gamma-ray pulsar, too. Multi-messenger observations look closely at the system and raise new questions.

Pulsating gamma rays from neutron star rotating 707 times a second

September 19, 2019

Second fastest spinning radio pulsar known is a gamma-ray pulsar, too. Multi-messenger observations look closely at the system and raise new questions. [more]
Finding faint binary neutron star merger signals by cleverly combining gravitational-wave and gamma-ray observations

Potential binary neutron star merger discovery in LIGO’s first observation run

February 26, 2019

Finding faint binary neutron star merger signals by cleverly combining gravitational-wave and gamma-ray observations [more]
 
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