Browsing by Subject "gravitational wave detection"

Browsing by Subject "gravitational wave detection"

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  • Loriani Fard, Sina Leon (Hannover : Institutionelles Repositorium der Leibniz Universität Hannover, 2020)
    The search for a fundamental, self-consistent theoretical framework to cover phenomena over all energy scales is possibly the most challenging quest of contemporary physics. Approaches to reconcile quantum mechanics and ...
  • Loriani, S.; Schlippert, D.; Schubert, C.; Abend, S.; Ahlers, H.; Ertmer, Wolfgang; Rudolph, J.; Hogan, J.M.; Kasevich, M.A.; Rasel, E.M.; Gaaloul, N. (Bristol : Institute of Physics Publishing, 2019)
    Recent proposals for space-borne gravitational wave detectors based on atom interferometry rely on extremely narrow single-photon transition lines as featured by alkaline-earth metals or atomic species with similar electronic ...
  • Krüger, Christoph; Heinert, Daniel; Khalaidovski, Alexander; Steinlechner, Jessica; Nawrodt, Ronny; Schnabel, Roman; Lück, Harald (London : Institute of Physics Publishing, 2015)
    Crystalline silicon has been proposed as a new test mass material in third generation gravitational wave detectors such as the Einstein telescope (ET). Birefringence can reduce the interferometric contrast and can produce ...
  • Mehmet, M.; Vahlbruch, H. (Bristol : Institute of Physics Publishing, 2019)
    The engineering of strongly squeezed vacuum states of light is a key technology for the reduction of quantum noise in gravitational wave detectors. We report on the observation of up to 12.0 dB squeezed vacuum states of ...
  • LISA Pathfinder Collaboration; Audley, H.; Born, M.; Danzmann, K.; Diepholz, I.; Heinzel, G.; Hewitson, M.; Karnesis, N.; Kaune, B.; Korsakova, N.; Paczkowski, S.; Reiche, J.; Troebs, M.; Wanner, G.; Wissel, L.; Wittchen, A.; et al. (London : Institute of Physics, 2017)
    This paper describes a methodology to analyze, in the frequency domain, the steady-state control performances of the LISA Pathfinder mission. In particular, it provides a technical framework to give a comprehensive ...
  • LISA Pathfinder Collaboration; Audley, H.; Born, M.; Danzmann, K.; Diepholz, I.; Heinzel, G.; Hewitson, M.; Karnesis, N.; Kaune, B.; Korsakova, N.; Paczkowsk, S.; Reiche, J.; Troebs, M.; Wanner, G.; Wissel, L.; Wittchen, A.; et al. (London : Institute of Physics, 2017)
    LISA Pathfinder, the European Space Agency's technology demonstrator mission for future spaceborne gravitational wave observatories, was launched on 3 December 2015, from the European space port of Kourou, French Guiana. ...
  • Bergmann, G.; Mow-Lowry, C.M.; Adya, V.B.; Bertolini, A.; Hanke, M.M.; Kirchhoff, R.; Köhlenbeck, S.M.; Kühn, G.; Oppermann, P.; Wanner, A.; Westphal, T.; Wöhler, J.; Wu, D.S.; Lück, H.; Strain, K.A.; Danzmann, Karsten (Bristol : Institute of Physics Publishing, 2017)
    The 10 m prototype facility at the Albert-Einstein-institute (AEI) in Hanover, Germany, employs three large seismic attenuation systems to reduce mechanical motion. The AEI seismic-attenuation-system (AEI-SAS) uses mechanical ...
  • Isleif, Katharina-Sophie; Bischof, Lea; Ast, Stefan; Penkert, Daniel; Schwarze, Thomas S.; Barranco, German Fernandez; Zwetz, Max; Veith, Sonja; Hennig, Jan-Simon; Tröbs, Michael; Reiche, Jens; Gerberding, Oliver; Danzmann, Karsten; Heinzel, Gerhard (Bristol : Institute of Physics Publishing, 2018)
    LISA is a proposed space-based laser interferometer detecting gravitational waves by measuring distances between free-floating test masses housed in three satellites in a triangular constellation with laser links in-between. ...