Over the last two decades, publications have appeared repeatedly in which seemingly unusual interactions between superconductors and gravitational fields have been demonstrated.
One of the leading experiments can be found in the work of E. Podkletnov et al.,  the so-called Impulse Gravity Generator (IGG) experiment. If Podkletnov and his collaborators actually found such a novel gravitational interaction, it would be a revolution in the physics of our time. Due to this possibly enormous importance, the structure of E. Podkletnov et al. ,  was reconstructed in the GÖDE-Stiftung.
The work of T. Junker  contains information on the experimental structure used in the GÖDE-Stiftung to either prove or debunk the assertions of Russian scientists. The aim was to follow the guidelines of the original literature as closely as possible.
However, some additional modifications were made to further improve the experimental possibilities (described in  from point 6 ‘Setup for independent replication of the experiment’, p. 187 ff.). For the experiment, superconducting emitters with two or more layers are produced, cooled to 35 K and charged with various high-voltage generators to generate various characteristic discharge curves. Two discharge chambers are used to generate both superconductor-gas and superconductor-metal transitions.
A wide variety of sensors are used to measure vibrations and other disturbances. Thus it can be shown that the energy generated due to a possible anomalous radiation is nine orders of magnitude smaller than the smallest ‘gravitational pulse’ energy given in the work of E. Podkletnov et al.
Literature: E. Podkletnov and G. Modanese: “Impulse Gravity Generator Based on Charged YBa2Cu3O7Superconductor withComposite Crystal Structure”, arXiv:physics/0108005  E. Podkletnov, G. Modanese: “Investigation of high voltage discharges in low pressure gases throughlarge ceramic superconducting electrodes”, J Low Temp Phys 2003; 132: 239-259.  T. Junker: “Setup of the impulse gravity generator experiment replication”. In: Modanese G, Robertson GA, Ed.s. Gravity-Superconductors Interaction: Theory and Experiment. Bentham 2011; Ch. 9.
4] G. Modanese, T. Junker: “Conditions for stimulated emission in anomalous gravity-superconductors interactions”. In: Christiansen MN, Rasmussen TK, Ed.s. Classical and Quantum Gravity Research. NovaScience 2008; pp. 245-26