In honour of the memory of Oskar Klein, the Organizing Committee of the Oskar Klein Memorial Lectures every year invites a distinguished researcher to give a Memorial Lecture and to receive the Klein medal.

The 2019 Oskar Klein Memorial Lecture

will be given by

Lisa Randall(Harvard University)

with the title

New Ideas for Dark Matter

The lecture will take place in the Oskar Klein Auditorium, AlbaNova, Stockholm on November 21, 2019 at 13:15

Before the lecture, Lisa Randall will receive the Oskar Klein medal.

Abstract: TBA

 
 
Oskar Klein
Oskar Klein

Oskar Klein (1894-1977) was 23 years old when he came to Niels Bohr in Copenhagen. He stayed there until 1931 at which time he became professor in theoretical physics at Stockhom University where he stayed until his retirement in 1962. Klein had a broad interest in various fields of physics but is perhaps best known for the Klein-Gordon equation and the Klein-Nishina equation. His attempts to unify general relativity and electromagnetism by introducing a five-dimensional space-time dates back to 1926 and is today known as Kaluza-Klein theory.

For a biography of Oskar Klein, please read here.