Laufende Forschungsprojekte

  • High-performance clock networks and their application in geodesy
    The rapid development of optical clocks and frequency transfer techniques provides the opportunity to compare clocks’ frequencies at the uncertainty level of 10-18. This will enable relativistic geodesy with the aimed accuracy of cm in terms of height. Clock networks are thus highly relevant to various geodetic applications, such as the realization of a height reference system and the determination of regional/global gravity fields. In this project, we aim to investigate the potential of high-performance clock networks and quantify their contributions to specific applications through dedicated simulations.
    Leitung: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jürgen Müller
    Team: Dr.-Ing. Hu Wu
    Jahr: 2019
    Förderung: Germany’s Excellence Strategy – EXC-2123 “QuantumFrontiers” (DFG)
  • Chronometrisches Nivellement
    Leitung: Dr.-Ing. Heiner Denker
    Team: Dr.-Ing. Heiner Denker und weitere Mitarbeiter
    Jahr: 2019
    Förderung: verschiedene Landes- und Drittmittel sowie separate Projekte
    Laufzeit: seit 2010
  • LLR Relativity Test
    Leitung: Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Jürgen Müller
    Team: Dr.-Ing. Liliane Biskupek
    Jahr: 2019
    Förderung: DFG
  • Relativistische Geodäsie in Netzen optischer Atomuhren
    Leitung: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jakob Flury
    Jahr: 2018
    Laufzeit: seit 2018