The official Nobel Lectures held by this year’s Nobel Laureates in Physics and Chemistry and the Laureate in Economic Sciences.
The lectures will be held in English. The hall will be open from 08.40, the lectures start at 09.00. Please note that it is not possible to make reservations. Registration is not needed. The lectures are free of change and open to the public.
09.00―09.05 Welcome address
Christina Moberg, President of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences
09.05―10.55 The Nobel Prize in Physics
LIGO and Gravitational Waves I
Rainer Weiss, LIGO/Virgo Collaboration
LIGO and Gravitational Waves II
Barry C. Barish, LIGO/Virgo Collaboration
LIGO and Gravitational Waves III
Kip S. Thorne, LIGO/Virgo Collaboration
11.20―13.10 The Nobel Prize in Chemistry
From Electron Crystallography to Single Particle cryoEM
Richard Henderson, MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Cambridge, UK
Early cryo-electron microscopy
Jacques Dubochet, University of Lausanne, Switzerland
Single-Particle Reconstruction – Story in a Sample
Joachim Frank, Columbia University, New York, NY, USA
14.00―14.40 The Prize in Economic Sciences
From Cashews to Nudges: The Evolution of Behavioral Economics
Richard H. Thaler, University of Chicago, IL, USA
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The lectures will be held in English. The hall will be open from 08.40, the lectures start at 09.00. Please note that it is not possible to make reservations.