Contact

Dr.  Benjamin  Knispel
Dr. Benjamin Knispel
Press Officer AEI Hannover
Phone:+49 511 762-19104Fax:+49 511 762-17182
Dr. Elke Müller
Dr. Elke Müller
Press Officer AEI Potsdam
Phone:+49 331 567-7303Fax:+49 331 567-7298

Selected Research Highlights

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Quantum theory and the beginning of the Universe

May 24, 2019
Rewriting Hartle's and Hawking's no-boundary proposal as a path integral with Robin boundary conditions [more]
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Exploring the performance of inspiral-merger waveform models with tidal effects

January 18, 2019
Implementation and performance of inspiral-merger waveform models including tidal effects from numerical relativity based approximation [more]
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Investigating the noise residuals around GW150914

November 09, 2018
Are there statistically significant noise correlations between the LIGO detectors at the time of GW150914? [more]
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First open gravitational-wave catalog of binary mergers

November 05, 2018
AEI researchers publish first open catalog of compact binary merger gravitational-wave signals in LIGO's O1 data [more]
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More stable laser light with squeezing

October 22, 2018
AEI researchers show how to improve laser power stability by the injection of a squeezed vacuum [more]
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GW170817 revisited

October 15, 2018
Updated Analysis of GW170817 by the LIGO and Virgo Collaboration places tight constraints on the neutron star equation of state. [more]
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A radiative transfer simulation for the GW170817 kilonova

September 27, 2018
Study shows how consistently taking into account the interplay of ejecta components naturally reproduces observed lightcurves and photospheric velocity [more]
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What shadow does a binary black hole cast?

August 31, 2018
A new and simple way to calculate shadows of dynamical binary black holes without expensive numerical-relativity computations [more]
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New symmetries could be the reason why there are only the known constituents of matter

August 31, 2018
Exploiting a coincidence with N=8 supergravity, a new study uses novel symmetries to explain why there are only the observed quarks and leptons [more]
 
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