Current Program

WINQ Program on Complex and Quantum Systems

WINQ Program on Complex and Quantum Systems


29 Apr — 24 May 2024

This program hosts a series of four workshops dedicated to the following topics: Dynamics and Topology of Complex Network Systems (29 April - 3 May), New Challenges in High Dimensional Complex...

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7 November 2023

Two VR Grants to Nordita

Nordita Professor Alexander Balatsky was awarded a four-year VR project grant on "Quantum Rectification".

Watse Sybesma, who is a postdoc at University of Iceland, was awarded a four-year VR starting grant on "Studies of the Quantum Nature of de Sitter Spacetimes", with Nordita as host institute.

Master's Projects at Nordita

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Nordita Bi-Annual Newsletter

Newsletter Fall 2023

Nordita the Copenhagen Years

A scrapbook of recollections by researchers working at or visiting Nordita during the years at NBI in Copenhagen, 1957-2006. The book is edited by Einar Gudmundsson, Helle Kiilerich, Ben Mottelsson and Christopher Pethick.
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The Organic Materials Database

The OMDB is an open access electronic structure database for 3-dimensional organic crystals, developed and hosted at Nordita.

Read more about the OMDB

Masters of Science Programme in Theoretical Physics

Two-year MSc programme in Physics at the University of Iceland, in partnership with Nordita, the Nordic Institute for Theoretical Physics.

The programme aims to provide students with up-to-date knowledge of contemporary physics in the main areas of astrophysics, condensed matter physics, and high-energy physics, as well as solid training in applying mathematical and numerical tools widely used in these fields. The programme also offers a course to develop professional skills such as writing and presenting scientific content.

Further information and application.

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Phone: +46 8 5537 8473

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