We are funded by the German Research Foundation within the Collaborative Research Center 1128, Relativistic Geodesy and Gravimetry with Quantum Sensors (geo-Q), to study and develop novel concepts of intersatellite laser ranging in low-earth orbit for future Geodesy missions.mehr...

We are developing novel inertial sensors based on miniature mechanical oscillators and micro-optical displacement sensors.mehr...

Our group contributes to various aspects of the development of the laser-interferometric measurement system for LISA, the first space-based gravitational wave observatory.mehr...

We develop a measurement system to investigate the coefficient of thermal expansion (CTE) of ultra stable samples. Low CTE materials are important for stable structures in space applications to enable precise measurements. mehr...

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