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What molecular structures give water its unusual properties?

Eva Lindroth video

Ultra-short laser pulses show how electrons move within an atom

Eva Lindroth, professor in Theoretical Atomic Physics at the department of Physics, explains how we canlook at the atoms world in slow motion thanks very fast laser pulse.

Sara Strandberg video

What is dark matter?

From the smallest building blocks of the universe to how galaxies form and evolve over billions of years: this entire range is covered by the University’s world-leading research in particle physics and astronomy. From where do particles gain their mass – will the newly discovered Higgs boson provide the final answer?

Jan Conrad, professor i astropartikelfysik vid Fysikum.

85 % of all matter in the universe is dark matter

From the smallest building blocks of the universe to how galaxies form and evolve over billions of years: this entire range is covered by the University’s world-leading research in particle physics and astronomy. Can energy-rich particles that reach the Earth tell us about processes in the universe? What is dark matter and dark energy?

Crosstalks - SU Fysikum

Is physics changing our understanding of the world?

Rahman Amanullah och Sten Hellman från Fysikum medverkade i Crosstalks web-sänding 28 februari 2013 tillsammans med Jonas Strandberg (alumn från Fysikum), KTH och John Ellis från Kings College. - Crosstalks 28 februari 2013

Atlas movie

"What we do is not in the text-books"

The big ATLAS experiment at CERN:s LHC accelerator has produced a video where 15 out of the almost 2000 scientists who participate in the experiment describe what it is like to work in a research project like ATLAS. Three of the scientists who appear in the video - Christophe Clément, Kerstin Jon-And and Sara Strandberg - are presently employed at the Department of Physics.

Contacts

Sven Mannervik
Head of the Department of Physics

Tel: 08 5537 8650
e-mail: mannervi@fysik.su.se

Research Divisions

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Chemical physics division
Condensed Matter and Quantum Optics
Cosmology, Particle Astrophysics and Strings
Elementary Particle Physics
Instrumentaton Physics
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