Research Sampler

A Research Profile


Raffaele Marino started his PhD in October 2013 in the condensed matter group at Nordita, working under joint supervision of Ralf Eichhorn (Nordita) and Erik Aurell (KTH). He works on the project "Optimal processes in small systems under thermal noise".

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Latest Nordita Preprint


The global solar dynamo

by R. H. Cameron, M. Dikpati, & A. Brandenburg

Spa. Sci. Rev., submitted

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Malcom Perry on the New Resolution of Information Loss Paradox

Malcom Perry of Cambridge University, who together with Stephen Hawking and Andrew Strominger is working on a new proposal for resoving the black hole information paradox, presents the background to this proposal in a talk at AlbaNova on 27 August 2015.

Ask Me Aything — Hawking Radiation Edition

Please join us for a Ask Me Anything ("AMA") on , starting on Saturday, August 29th. A distinguished group of the world's leading theoretical physicists have gathered at Nordita to take your questions on black holes, Hawking radiation, and other mysteries of the Universe. Ask us anything!

Stephen Hawking Presents New Resolution of Information Loss Paradox at Nordita Hosted Conference

Following a sold-out public lecture on Quantum Black Holes on Monday, 24 August, Professor Stephen Hawking presented on Tuesday his recent work done in collaboration with Malcom Perry and Andrew Stominger on a new possible resolution of the information paradox. The talk was given during the Hawking Radiation Conference, 24—29 August 2015, hosted by Nordita and held at KTH Royal Institute of Technology (which together with Stockholm University is a host university of Nordita).

Watch video of Hawking's talk.

Chris Pethick Awarded Feenberg Memorial Medal 2015

Professor Christopher Pethick, Nordita Professor in Astrophysics and Condensed-Matter Theory, has been awarded the Feenberg Memorial Medal 2015,

"for pioneering contributions and profound insights into many-body physics across diverse physical systems, ranging from ultracold atoms and quantum liquids to dense nuclear matter in neutron stars and stellar collapse."

The Feenberg Medal is awarded biannually for significant advances in the field of Many-Body Physics.

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