Girls' Day 2022 at AEI Hannover
Laser light and black holes – insights into physics
You are curious and always wanted to know why things are the way they are? Are you fascinated by black holes, gravitational waves and laser light? Then studying physics could be just the right thing for you! On April 28, 2022 you can learn how to become a physicist and what you can do with such a degree at a Girls’ Day event of the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics (Albert Einstein Institute) Hannover and the Institute for Gravitational Physics of Leibniz Universität Hannover. Registration is possible via the Girls' Day homepage.
Program (the event will be in German)
The event will take place in accordance with the hygiene rules of Leibniz Universität Hannover with an FFP2 mask mandate. All participants should please bring a suitable mask. Please do a self-test on the morning of the event. In case of a positive result or also in case of Covid symptoms you will not be allowed to participate on site.
|9:30||Event begins, welcome address|
|9:35 - 10:15||Presentation “Research at our institute”|
|10:15 - 10:20||break|
|10:20 - 10:40||Information about studying physics at university|
|10:40 - 10:45||break|
|10:45 - 11:45||We build a smartphone spectrometer|
|11:45 - 11:50||break|
|11:50 - 12:25||Talk to our scientists in the “speed informing” session|
|12:25 - 12:35||break|
|12:35 - 13:05||Tours to computer cluster Atlas and selected labs|
|13:05 - 13:15||Final questions, handing out of certificates, end of the event.|
We offer 15 places for girls. Our offer is suitable for students in grades 8 to 10. Registrations must be made via the Girls' Day homepage. Our offer can be found in the “Girls' Day Radar“.
We will contact all registered girls in advance of the event with further instructions and information.
Note for parents
our offer is suitable for students in grades 8 to 10. We would be happy if your children register with us themselves. Of course you can support your daughters, but in the interest of all potential participants we ask you to pay attention to the passions of your children. Are your children really interested in physics or do they just want to spend Future Day with their best friend?