Niels Bohr Lectures

Niels Bohr Lectures og Niels Bohr Kollokvier er engelsksprogede foredragsrækker med nogle af verdens førende forskere inden for deres felt. Fra udlandet kommer de helt store kanoner og fortæller om den forskning, de er blevet verdenskendt for, og fremtrædende danske forskere fortæller om deres nyeste videnskabelige resultater og gennembrud.

  • 30. januar 2019, kl. 15:15

    Niels Bohr Lecture by prof. Francis Halzen

    The IceCube project has transformed a cubic kilometer of natural Antarctic ice into a neutrino detector. The instrument detects more than 100,000 neutrinos per year in the GeV to PeV energy range. Among those, we have isolated a flux of high-energy neutrinos of cosmic origin with an energy density similar to that of high energy photons and cosmic rays in the extreme universe.

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  • 15. december 2018, kl. 15:00

    Nobel lecture at by Gérard Mourou and Donna Strickland

    One half of this year’s Nobel prize in physics was awarded to Profs. Donna Strickland and Gérard Mourou for their method of generating high-intensity, ultra-short optical pulses. In this last Niels Bohr Lecture of 2018 they will give back-to-back lectures about the work leading to their discovery.

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  • 21. november 2018, kl. 15:15

    Niels Bohr Lecture by Prof. Henrik Rønnow

    Title: Quantum Magnetism – Neutrons in the Quasi-particle zoo
    Henrik Rønnow is director of the Laboratory for Quantum Magnetism, part of the newly formed Institute of Physics (IPHYS) at the EPFL in Switzerland.
     
     

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  • 24. oktober 2018, kl. 15:15

    Niels Bohr Lecture by professor Carsten Eden

    Title: A sea of waves, turbulence and mean flow
    Carsten Eden was educated as physical oceanographer at Universität Kiel, Germany and is now Professor for Theoretical Oceanography at Universität Hamburg.
     
     

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  • 26. september 2018, kl. 15:15

    Niels Bohr Lecture by professor Klaus Mølmer

    Title: Schrödinger’s Ichtyosauria
    Since 2000 Klaus Mølmer been professor at the University of Aarhus in Denmark. His theoretical research is focused on atomic physics, quantum optics, and quantum information.
     
     

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  • 30. maj 2018, kl. 15:15

    Niels Bohr Lecture by professor Ramamurti Shankar

    Title: The royal road to Landau's Fermi liquid
    Professor Ramamurti Shankar, Yale University is the author of Principles of Quantum Mechanics, Basic Training in Mathematics, Fundamentals of Physics I and II and Quantum Field Theory and Condensed Matter.

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  • 21. marts 2018, kl. 15:15

    Niels Bohr Lecture by professor Jan Zaanen

    The string theory – condensed matter flirtation: an eyewitness account
    Jan Zaanen is professor of theoretical physics at Leiden University, and well known for his seminal contributions to the theory of strongly interacting electron systems. 

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  • 7. februar 2018, kl. 15:15

    Niels Bohr Lecture by Ronald Hanson

    Title: The dawn of quantum networks
    Ronald Hanson focusses on exploring and controlling quantum-entangled states with the long-term goal of exploiting these in future quantum technologies such as quantum computing and quantum internet.

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  • 14. december 2017, kl. 16:15

    Niels Bohr Lecture by professor Kip S. Thorne

    Title: LIGO, and Gravitational Waves
    Adventures of a Theorist in a World of Experimenters
    Thorne will describe his personal experiences, and those of his theory students, in their 45 year effort to help experimental physicists create gravitational-wave astronomy. 

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  • 25. oktober 2017, kl. 15:15

    Niels Bohr Lecture by professor Nigel Goldenfeld

    Title: The life and death of turbulence
    Nigel Goldenfeld is Professor in Physics at the University of Illinoi, and Director of the NASA Astrobiology Institute for Universal Biology at UIUC, and leads the Biocomplexity Group at the University's Institute for Genomic Biology.   

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