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Director

Prof. Ariel Goobar
ariel@fysik.su.se


Deputy Directors

Dr. Chad Finley
cfinley@fysik.su.se

Prof. Stephan Rosswog
stephan.rosswog@astro.su.se

Oskar Klein

Oskar Benjamin Klein

was born in Stockholm the 15th of September 1894.  He is the greatest Swedish theoretical physicist of the 20th century, and also an International authority on quantum  mechanics in his time but even more recognised after his death for his pioneering work in several fields. Oskar Klein studied very fundamental theoretical questions.