Welcome to the Oskar Klein Centre!
We investigate central issues in cosmology, astrophysics, and particle physics.
The Oskar Klein Centre (OKC) is a collaboration between the departments of astronomy and physics at Stockholm University, and the department of physics at the Royal Institute for Technology (KTH).
The Centre is a vibrant research environment for scientists investigating fundamental questions about our Universe. What is the nature of dark matter and dark energy? What is the structure and fate of our Universe? How do galaxies form and evolve? How do extreme objects like supernovae, neutron stars and black holes behave? What is the correct theory of gravity? The OKC brings together theorists, observers and experimentalists at the cutting edge of research about our Universe.