Meet Einstein@Home participants, ask the physicists and developers behind Einstein@Home,
listen to inspiring and informative talks and see what else happens in the Gravitational Wave
community and at the Albert Einstein Institute, have some food, drink and fun!
The program for this evening will be:
||Introduction by Reinhard Prix, Einstein@Home Developer|
|Talk by Bruce Allen:
"The history and status of Einstein@Home"
Audio mp3 (4MB),
Slides ppt (8MB),
|Talk by Brian O'Reilly, LIGO Livingston Observatory:
"The status of LIGO and the S5 run"
Audio mp3 (5MB),
Slides ppt (10MB),
|Talk by Bernard Schutz, Director of the AEI:
"The future of Gravitational Wave Science"
Audio mp3 (8MB),
Slides ppt (4MB),
The talks will take place in the main lecture theater in the central building of the Max-Planck-Campus.
They will be given in English, questions can be asked in German and will be translated.
During the "informal part" of the evening we will provide information (posters, movies etc.)
about gravitational wave detectors such as LIGO, GEO600 and LISA, and Einstein@Home, and
have a number of competent people to talk to.
In particular the Einstein@Home developers Badri Krishnan and Bernd Machenschalk will be there
to answer questions, give further information and to just talk to.
Bruce Allen, Bernd Machenschalk and Reinhard Prix (among others) are looking
forward to meet you.