There is a large theoretical physics group in the School of
Computing, Electronics and Mathematics at Plymouth University. So the group was excited to see the recent report of the detection of
gravitational waves, from two colliding black holes, by the LIGO
collaboration. We like to share our research experience, so within two days, we had made presentations to the students about LIGO. One in a course called the Quantum Universe and the other in Electrodynamics and Relativity (a third year course).