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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
Martin Pessah receives ERC grant to research accretion disks around stars and black holes
Theoretical astrophysicist, Martin Pessah, has been awarded 13.3 million kroner from the European Research Council, ERC, to research into the fundamental processes in the formation and evolution of planets, stars and black holes
Oxford professor Subir Sarkar gets Niels Bohr professorship
Professor of theoretical particle physics and cosmology at Oxford University, Subir Sarkar, has been awarded a Niels Bohr Professorship by the Danish National Research Foundation. The professorship is a grant of 29 million kroner
Anders S. Sørensen receives ERC grant for research into open quantum systems
Professor of theoretical quantum physics, Anders Søndberg Sørensen has been awarded nearly 11 million kroner from the European Research Council, ERC for research into gaining control over so-called ‘noise effects’ in atomic quantum systems.
Money for Mars
Morten Bo Madsen, head of the Mars research group in Astrophysics and Planetary Research at the Niels Bohr Institute, has received a grant of nearly 2.2 million kroner from the The Danish Council for Independent Research
John Renner Hansen new Dean of Faculty
Head of Department, John Renner Hansen, Niels Bohr Institute is the new dean of the merged Natural and Life Sciences Faculty. "It is with great enthusiasm, I said yes to the rector's offer to become dean of the Faculty.
Johan Fynbo appointed professor of astrophysics
The Professorship is with special responsibilities (MSO) and is connected with Johan Fynbo’s ERC project about galaxies in the early universe. In the research project, he is working with observations from the first galaxies...
Johan Fynbo recognized by the World Cultural Council
Jesper Nygård new professor in nanophysics
Jesper Nygård has been appointed professor of experimental nanophysics at the Niels Bohr Institute and the professorship also has special responsibilities (MSO) within the University of Copenhagen’s interdisciplinary Synthetic Biology project.
Three new professor appointments at NBI
Per Hedegård and Karsten Flensberg from Theoretical Solid State Physics and Anders Søndberg Sørensen from the Ultracold atoms and Quantum Optics, are appointed professors in theoretical quantum and solid state physics.