Marina Trad Nery erhält internationale Auszeichnung für Doktorarbeit über stabileres Laserlicht für Gravitationswellen-Detektoren

Marina Trad Nery receives international award for doctoral thesis on more stable lasers for gravitational wave detectors

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Marina Trad Nery (left) receives the certificate for the 2020 GWIC-Braccini Thesis Prize from Martin Hewitson.

Dr. Marina Trad Nery, a post-doctoral researcher at the Albert Einstein Institute (AEI) in Hannover and a QuantumFrontiers member is awarded the 2020 GWIC-Braccini Thesis Prize for her PhD thesis “Laser Power Stabilization via Radiation Pressure”. With the prize, the Gravitational Wave International Committee (GWIC) recognizes the importance of her work to the field of gravitational waves and gravitational-wave detection. Marina Trad Nery’s thesis was selected from 17 nominations for the prize.

Full announcement on website of the Albert Einstein Institute.