Host: Benjamin Knispel Location: AEI Hannover, Callinstr. 38

LISA Pathfinder Press Conference

Press Conference
Media representatives are cordially invited to a press conference in Hanover about the first results from the LISA Pathfinder mission. LISA Pathfinder is an ESA satellite mission which tests core elements of a gravitational-wave observatory in space. [more]
How does Einstein's theory determine influence in the universe and our lives? Time dilation, black holes and gravitational waves are consequences of Einstein's theory of relativity. Dr. Benjamin Knispel talks about where these and other relativistic effects occur in the universe, but also how they affect us in our daily lives. [more]

Die Nacht, die Wissen schafft 2016

Open Day
On November 12, 2016, the Albert Einstein Institute, together with many other institutes in Hannover, opens its doors for the public from 6 pm until midnight. [more]
Visit star crests, supernova explosions, and massive galaxies. Travel with Benjamin Knispel from our earthly home into the depths of space. Passing by stellar crests, exploding suns, and supermassive black holes in galaxy centers, you will explore the universe and the current state of knowledge. [more]
An expedition into the physics of light for everyone from the age of 12. We encounter light every day: the sun is shining, the smartphone's display is lit and lamps illuminate our rooms. But what is light actually? And what exciting physics is behind it? Together, we will find out about these questions. [more]
History and research behind the scientific sensation: In September 2015, an international team of more than 1000 researchers detected gravitational waves for the first time. Prof. Dr. Michèle Heurs explains this breakthrough and the Hannover contributions to it. [more]
You are curious and always have wanted to know why the Universe is the way it is? Black holes, laser light and experiments are your passion? If that's the case, studying physics might just be your thing. On April 27, the Albert Einstein Institute Hannover invites to the Zukunftstag where you can experience what the life of physicists is like. [more]

Announcement of the Nobel Prize in Physics 2017

Nobel Prize
On October 3, the Nobel Foundation will announce the Nobel Prize in Physics 2017. The event is broadcast in an internet live stream from Stockholm. The Albert Einstein Institute in Hannover invites all interested to watch the live stream together with scientists from the institute. [more]

Zukunftstag 2018 at the AEI in Hannover

Zukunftstag
The Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics (Albert Einstein Institute) in Hannover and the Institute for Gravitational Physics at Leibniz Universität Hannover will participate in the Zukunftstag (Future Day) 2018 on 26th April. [more]

November der Wissenschaft (November of Science) 2018 in Hannover

Öffentlicher Vortrag
Wissenschaft zum Erleben, Staunen, Mitmachen für große und kleine Wissenschaftsfans. [more]

Public talk (in German): Gravitationswellen

Public talk
Was sind Gravitationswellen, woher kommen sie und wie misst man sie? [more]

Public talk (in German): Schwarze Löcher hörbar gemacht

Public talk
Hören Sie, was uns Schwarze Löcher von sich verraten! [more]
Mit außergewöhnlichem Laserlicht das All noch besser belauschen [more]
Was lernen wir aus den LIGO-Beobachtungen und was nützen sie uns? [more]
Event as part of the WinterUNI of Leibniz Universität Hannover for students of grades 10-13. [more]
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