18. March 2016
Poster prize for Eva Hackmann & Daniela Kunst
For the poster "The gravitomagnetic clock effect" Eva Hackmann was awarded with the best poster prize at the 609. We-Heraeus-Seminar:"Relativistic Geodesy: Foundations and Applications" in Bad Honef. Daniela Kunst went second and also was awarded for her poster "Testing General Relativity with Galileo navigation satellites". Both winners are members of the RTG "Models of Gravity" at the ZARM, University of Bremen.
3. July 2015
RTG Postdoc receives award for her excellent PhD Thesis
On Friday, July 3, Dr. Saskia Grunau receives an award for her excellent PhD thesis "Geodesics and Thermodynamics of Black Objects in Five Dimensions" during a festive ceremony at the University of Oldenburg. After her successful completion of her PhD studies she now continues to work in a postdoc position continuing her research on dark objects in higher dimensions in the RTG "Models of Gravity" at the University of Oldenburg. Her supervisor and co-supervisor were Prof. Dr. Jutta Kunz (University of Oldenburg) and Prof. Dr. Niels Obers (Niels Bohr Institute, Copenhagen).
3. March 2014
Poster prize for Dennis Phillip
For the poster "On propagation of electromagnetic waves in Schwarzschild spacetime" Dennis Phillip was awarded with the best poster prize at the 558. WE-Heraeus-Seminar: "The Strong Gravity Regime of Black Holes and Neutron Stars". Dennis Phillip is a master student of the University of Oldenburg and his studies are advised by members of the RTG "Models of Gravity" at the ZARM, University of Bremen.
3. March 2014
Poster prize for Melanie Vogelsang
For the poster "Analytic Pulsar Timing Formula" Melanie Vogelsang was awarded with a poster prize at the 558. WE-Heraeus-Seminar: "The Strong Gravity Regime of Black Holes and Neutron Stars". Melanie Vogelsang is a PhD student of the RTG "Models of Gravity" at the ZARM, University of Bremen.
31. March 2014
Prof. Dr. Daniel Grieser received the ars legendi prize for excellent academic education
Stifterverband für die deutsche Wissenschaft, Berlin.
Prof. Daniel Grieser, who is an associated member of the RTG Models of Gravity, was honored for the successful implementation of the highly innovative didactics and the sophisticated scientific background of the module "Mathematisches Problemlösen und Beweisen" (mathematical solutions and proofs), which is a forwarding component in the early semesters of the bachelor studies of math at the Carl-von-Ossietzky University Oldenburg.
The ars legendi faculty prize for math and science was awarded for the first time this year and it honours professors for their extraordinary dedication and high professionality. It is proclaimed in the four categories math, biology, chemistry and physics.
13. December 2013
Nachwuchspreis für Jungwissenschaftler_innen Dr. rer. nat. Meike List and Dr.-Ing. Benny Rievers
Stiftung Werner-von Siemens-Ring, Bremen
Shohreh Abdolrahimi mentioned as honourable junior speaker
FIAS Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies
The talk Distorted Five-dimensional Electrically Charged BHs by Dr. S. Abdolrahimi was nominated for the Springer-Karl-Schwarzschild Prize at the junior scientists´session of the first Karl-Schwarzfeld Meeting on Gravitational Physics, Frankfurt a.M. Germany, July 22-26, 2013. This meeting aimed to bring together specialists and rising young researchers to foster new conversations and collaborations. Dr. Abdolrahimi is a PostDoc at the RTG "Models of Gravity" at the University of Oldenburg.
7. September 2012 and 22. February 2013
Two poster prizes for Arne Grenzebach
For his posters "The Shadow of Black Holes" Arne Grenzebach was awarded with the best poster prize at the 515. WE-Heraeus-Seminar: "Algebro-geometric Methods in Fundamental Physics" on September 7th, 2012 and at the 524. WE-Heraeus-Seminar: "Equations of Motion in Relativistic Gravity" on February 22 th, 2013. Arne Grenzebach is a PhD student of the RTG "Models of Gravity" at the ZARM, University of Bremen.
13. July 2012
PhD student received award for her excellent master thesis
For her excellent master thesis “geodesic motion in black ring spacetimes” Saskia Grunau received an award at the graduation ceremony of the Faculty of Physics and Natural Sciences at the Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg on July 13, 2012. Saskia Grunau now continues her research on dark objects in higher dimensions as PhD student of the RTG “Models of Gravity” at the University of Oldenburg.