Events in 2020

IMPRS Lectures for Graduate Students

IMPRS Lectures
As part of the International Max Planck Research School on Gravitational-Wave Astronomy, the AEI in Potsdam organises lectures for graduate students. The first course "Making sense of data: introduction to statistics for gravitational wave astronomy" will take place in Fall/Winter 2019/2020. [more]
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]
Event as part of the WinterUNI of Leibniz Universität Hannover for students of grades 10-13. [more]
Public talk in German about quantum gravity and string theory. [more]

Einstein-Telescope: German Community Meeting

Workshop

10th Central European Relativity Seminar

CERS meeting
This seminar is designed to provide a forum for younger researchers to present their work, and to expand their research horizons, in all topics of research in general relativity. [more]

Opening night: Black Holes (in German)

Public Event
Opening night of the show "Black Holes" with a keynote speech by Jan Steinhoff. [more]

Public talk (in German) “Big Bang”

Public talk
Public talk by Jean-Luc Lehners as part of the event series “Science2Go” at the Potsdam Science Park. [more]

Girls only – the Summer Uni

Online Lecture
Part of this year's Summer Uni program is “Von Ladungen und Blitzen - eine Einführung in die Elektrostatik” an exciting physics lecture with experiments by AEI lecturer Dr. Markus Otto. [more]
Fascination Astronomy Online offers half an hour of astronomy every Tuesday and Thursday at this place at 7 pm. [more]
Faszination Astronomie Online bietet immer dienstags und donnerstags an dieser Stelle um 19 Uhr eine halbe Stunde Astronomie. [more]

Workshop: Rethinking the Relativistic Two-Body Problem. A Universe of Gravitational Waves

Virtual Workshop
  • Start: Aug 24, 2020 14:55
  • End: Aug 28, 2020 20:30
This invitation-only virtual workshop will gather scientists from several complementary research fields in order to re-evaluate approaches to the general relativistic two-body problem. [more]
Faszination Astronomie Online bietet immer dienstags und donnerstags an dieser Stelle um 19 Uhr eine halbe Stunde Astronomie. [more]
Jan Steinhoff gives a public talk (in German) about Black Holes. [more]

Soapbox Science event in Berlin

12 scientists on soapboxes turn public areas into a firework of interactive learning and exciting scientific debates. [more]
Talk by Benjamin Knispel on the current status and history of gravitational-wave astronomy. [more]
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