Open Positions

There will be no calls for Nordita Fellowships for 2024-2026

We hope to be able to resume the Nordita Fellowship program at a later date.

Nordita Summer Internships
Information
» Applications should be sent via e-mail summer-intern@nordita.org
Deadline: 10 January 2024

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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.

Upcoming Event

Materials for Quantum Technologies Workshop

11—12 December 2023

The arrival of quantum technologies is set to reshape the information age. This workshop aims to address the requisites and progression of materials pivotal for quantum technologies. Through discussions, collective projects, and brainstorming on innovative materials suitable for quantum processors, we strive to nurture a cooperative atmosphere.

Nordita Bi-Annual Newsletter

Newsletter Spring 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.
Download Book (nordita.org/scrapbook)

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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