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5 March 2021

Nordita has Moved to a New Building

From Monday, March 8, 2021, Nordita operates from a new building on the new campus area Albano in Northern Stockholm. The building is only 500 m away from the three old Nordita buildings on the AlbaNova campus, where Nordita moved in January 2007 from Copenhagen.

We share the building with an experimental materials science group from KTH Royal Institute of Technology and a group from the Astronomy Department of Stockholm University.

Propose Nordita Programs
for 2023-2024

Invitation to propose a program.
Deadline 6 December, 2021.

New 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.

Coronavirus information

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Nordita employees (researchers and administrative staff) are currently working as much as possible from home, in line with the recommendations of the Swedish Health Authorities, and recommendations of Stockholm University.

All scientific programs and conferences scheduled during 2020 have been postponed to 2021. We are currently in the process of this rescheduling. In dialogue with organizers we are finding out how to plan scientific programs in a responsible way. As soon as there is more information on our 2021 schedule we will post this on our webpage.

Meanwhile, we have started numerous seminar and lecture series via zoom-links. Announcements for these can be found via the AlbaNova Indico System.

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


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