Publications of the Albert Einstein Institute in Potsdam

Poster (1)

  1. 4141.
    Poster
    Robinson, E. L.; Vecchio, A.: A Bayesian approach to the search for gravitational wave stochastic signals with ground-based interferometers. 9th Edoardo Amaldi Conference on Gravitational Waves, and the 2011 Numerical Relativity - Data Analysis(NRDA) meeting, Cardiff (submitted)

Teaching (4)

  1. 4142.
    Teaching
    Nicolai, H.; Korotkin, D. A.; Samtleben, H.: Integrable Classical and Quantum Gravity. Lecture: NATO Advanced Study Institute on Quantum Fields and Quantum Space Time, Cargese, France, July 22, 2006 - August 03, 2006
  2. 4143.
    Teaching
    Peeters, K.: Cadabra: reference guide and tutorial.
  3. 4144.
    Teaching
    Schutz, B. F.: Cosmology with Gravitational Waves. Lecture: LMU Physics Colloquium, Munich, Munich, February 05, 2002
  4. 4145.
    Teaching
    Nicolai, H.; Helling, R. C.: Supermembranes and M(atrix) Theory. Lecture: Spring School on Non-Perturbative Aspects of String Theory and Supersymmetric Gauge Theories, Trieste, Italy, March 23, 1998 - March 31, 1998

Thesis (2)

  1. 4146.
    Thesis
    Dimmelmeier, H.: Numerical calculations of hydrodynamic gravitational collapse and its observational consequences in scalar-tensor theories of gravity. Regensburg (1998)
  2. 4147.
    Thesis
    Nerger, L.: Investigations of 3D binary Black Hole Systems. ()

Thesis - PhD (26)

  1. 4148.
    Thesis - PhD
    Santilli, M.: Higher order rectifiability in Euclidean space. Dissertation (2017)
  2. 4149.
    Thesis - PhD
    Thürigen, J.: Discrete quantum geometries and their effective dimension. Dissertation, PhD thesis, Humboldt-Universit\"at zu Berlin; urn:nbn:de:kobv:11-100232371; http://edoc.hu-berlin.de/docviews/abstract.php?id=42042 pp. (2015)
  3. 4150.
    Thesis - PhD
    Frassek, R.: Q-operators, Yangian invariance and the quantum inverse scattering method. Dissertation, 212 pp. (2014)
  4. 4151.
    Thesis - PhD
    Maliborski, M.: Dynamics of Nonlinear Waves on Bounded Domains. Dissertation, PhD thesis, Jagiellonian University, November 2014. 251 pages, 70 figures, 10 tables. Corrected misprints pp. (2014)
  5. 4152.
    Thesis - PhD
    Nungesser, E.: The future of some Bianchi A spacetimes with an ensemble of free falling particles. Dissertation (2012)
  6. 4153.
    Thesis - PhD
    Ohme, F.: Bridging the Gap between Post-Newtonian Theory and Numerical Relativity in Gravitational-Wave Data Analysis. Dissertation (2012)
  7. 4154.
    Thesis - PhD
    Avila, G. A.: Asymptotic staticity and tensor decompositions with fast decay conditions. Dissertation, Universität, Potsdam (2011)
  8. 4155.
    Thesis - PhD
    Wardell, B.: Green Functions and Radiation Reaction From a Spacetime Perspective. Dissertation, University College, Dublin (2011)
  9. 4156.
    Thesis - PhD
    Brödel, J.: Alternative approaches to maximally supersymmetric field theories. Dissertation, Leibniz Universität Hannover, Hannover (2010)
  10. 4157.
    Thesis - PhD
    Reisswig, C.: Binary Black Hole Mergers and Novel Approaches to Gravitational Wave Extraction in Numerical Relativity. Dissertation (2010)
  11. 4158.
    Thesis - PhD
    Santamaria Lara, L.: Coalescence of Black-Hole Binaries: from Theoretical Source Models to Applications in Gravitational-Wave Astronomy. Dissertation (2010)
  12. 4159.
    Thesis - PhD
    Seiler, J.: Numerical Simulation of Binary Black Hole Space-Time and a Novel Approach to Outer Boundary Conditions. Dissertation (2010)
  13. 4160.
    Thesis - PhD
    Koppitz, M.: Numerical studies of Black Hole initial data. Dissertation, 161 pp., Universität Potsdam, Potsdam (2005)
 
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