Namely Names 2012
Kim Lefmann Teacher of the Year at NBI
Associate Professor of Condensed Matter Physics, Kim Lefmann receives the Jens Martin Prize as teacher of the year at NBI. He teaches experimental physics, and it has gained so much popularity that it has become one of the biggest courses.
David García awarded 3.5 million kr. for research in photonics
David García-Fernandez is postdoc in the Quantum Photonics group at the Niels Bohr Institute and he has just received 3.5 million kroner from the Villum Foundation Young Investigator Programme for a research project
Jens-Jørgen Gaardhøje and Dorthe Dahl-Jensen receive French Order of Chivalry
Professor Ignacio Cirac receives the Niels Bohr Institute Medal of Honour
Ignacio Cirac is being awarded the Niels Bohr Institute Medal of Honour in recognition of his truly outstanding contribution to the development of new theories about the future of information networks based on the laws of quantum mechanics
Dorthe Dahl-Jensen receives Berlingske Foundation Award of Honour
Jacob Trier Frederiksen receives EU funding for fusion energy research
To research into developing technology that can produce energy using fusion, the EU has given 7.5 million kroner in funding to a consortium of researchers from 16 countries, including researchers from the Niels Bohr Institute.
Brian Møller Andersen receives 10 million to research superconductors
Brian Møller Andersen, associate professor of condensed matter physics at the Niels Bohr Institute has received 10 million kroner from the Lundbeck Foundation to research new super superconducting materials
Raining millions to NBI researchers
Six researchers at the Niels Bohr Institute, Kim Lefmann, Klaus Galsgaard, Uffe Gråe Jørgensen, Poul Henrik Damgaard, Jan W. Thomsen and Peter Lodahl have received grants from the Danish Agency for Science Technology and Innovation, FNU.
Niels Obers new Deputy Head of Research
Professor of theoretical particle physics, Niels Obers is the new Deputy Head of the Niels Bohr Institute. He came to the Niels Bohr Institute in 2002 and has been the group leader for Theoretical Particle Physics and Cosmology since 2007.
Robert Feidenhans'l is the new head of the Niels Bohr Institute
Professor of nanophysics, Robert Feidenhans'l is the new head of the Niels Bohr Institute. He is coming from a position as the deputy head of research and begins his new position as head of institute on 1 September