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Any suggestions?

I'm finishing up my B.S. at UC Berkeley and I'm still looking around for a good grad school and I'm thinking about applying to one of the Max Planck Institutes. I was wondering if anyone here knows much about the schools/their reputation/rankings. Seems like a good fit for me being that:

a) I want to study in Europe
b) I'm really interested in Gravitational Wave Astronomy, and being in Germany their School of Gravitational Physics offers unique access to the GEO 600 detector, and is one of a few schools working with Caltech and MIT on the LISA project.

http://www.aei.mpg.de/hannover-en/66-contemporaryIssues/home/index.html [Broken]
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