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By Professor Eric Priest, St Andrews University, ScotlandProfessor Eric Priest gave the Birkeland Lecture in 2016
This year's Birkeland Lecture took place at the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters on the 22nd of September. Eric Priest chose the sun as the focus point for his lectrue. The Sun, an object of worship for early civilisations, is the main source of light and life on Earth and of our space weather, with many subtle effects on our environment. Furthermore, on the Sun we can view in exquisite detail many cosmical processes that occur across the universe in more distant and exotic environments. (12.08.2016) More
The Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters (DNVA), The Royal Norwegian Society of Sciences and Letters (DKNVS), Norwegian Academy of Technological Sciences (NTVA), and The Young Academy of Norway (AFYF) condemn the attempted coup d'état in Turkey, but are at the same time deeply concerned about the developments since then. (19.08.2016) More
The Kavli Prize Laureates in Astrophysics, Nanoscience and Neuroscience received their prizes from His Royal Highness Crown Prince Haakon at an award ceremony in Oslo Concert Hall today, Monday 6 September. The Kavli Prize consists of USD 1 million in each of the fields. In addition the laureates receive a gold medal and a scroll. The American actor Alan Alda and the Norwegian actress Lena Kristin Ellingsen were the masters of ceremonies. (15.07.2016) More
Norway's Prime Minister Erna Solberg is this evening hosting a banquet at Oslo City Hall in honour of the Kavli Prize laureates.
Endre Szemerédi received the 2012 Abel Prize
For the first time in the history of the ECM one of the Abel Laureates will give a dedicated Lecture to the 7ECM participants. Endre Szemerédi, who received the Abel Prize in 2012, is going to talk about "Arithmetic progressions and graph theoretic lemmas". He will be introduced by Timothy Gowers. Øivind Andersen, Secretary General of the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters, will deliver the opening address. The lecture will take place on 19 July from 16:30 till 17:30 in the main building of TU Berlin and is open to everybody. (05.07.2016) More
Ole M. Sejersted , President of the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters
Nine pioneering scientists from Germany, Switzerland, the UK and the USA have been named this year's recipients of the Kavli Prizes - prizes that recognize scientists for their seminal advances in astrophysics, nanoscience and neuroscience. The President of the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters, Ole M. Sejersted (picture) announced the names of the winners today, June 2. This year's laureates were selected for the direct detection of gravitational waves, the invention and realization of atomic force microscopy, and for the discovery of mechanisms that allow experience and neural activity to remodel brain function. (02.06.2016) More
2 November 2016 at 09:00 - 19 October 2016 at 19:00
Location: Det Norske Videnskaps-Akademi, Drammensveien 78
To register, please fill in the registration form below.
If you have any dietary restrictions we need to be aware of, please email gro.havelin@dnva by October 31st.
21 March 2017 at 12:00
Location: The Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters
The name of the 2017 Abel Laureate will be announced by the President of the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters. The chair of the Abel committee will then give the reasons for the awarding of the prize, followed by a popular science presentation of the prize winner's work.
23 May 2017 at 14:00
Location: University Aula, Oslo, Norway
The Abel Laureate will receive the Abel Prize at an award ceremony in the University Aula in Oslo, Norway. The ceremony will be followed by a reception and an interview with the Abel Laureate in front of a live audience at a nearby theatre, Det Norske Teatret.
24 May 2017 at 10:00 - 24 May 2017 at 15:30
Location: Georg Sverdrups Hus, University of Oslo
The Abel Laureate will give his prize lecture at the University of Oslo followed by two Abel Lectures, usually on topics related to the prize winner's work. For some years now a popular science lecture has also been part of the program.