This formal, invitation-only event to be present: the Kavli Prize winner, HRH Crown Prince Prince Haakon of Norway, Fred Kavli, founder of The Kavli Foundation; Reidun Sirev g, ‘The Quest of the Norwegian Academy, Tora Aasland, Norwegian Minister of Research and Higher Education; Kavli Prize Committee Chair and about 900 invited scientists and guests from around the world.. For more information about the Kavli Prize, as well as an overview of all lectures and events can be found here.The Kavli AWARD9 September 2008: 2.00 bis 03.30 clock Oslo Concert Hall The Norwegian Academy of Science and the Norwegian Ministry of Education and Research host a ceremony honoring the 2008 Kavli Prize winner – the inaugural recipient of the award be provide in the areas of astrophysics, nanoscience and neuroscience.
Astrophysics ? theme. We Understand the Stars? Donald Lynden-Bell (Cambridge University, Topic: Kavli Laureate Lecture Jill Tarter (Center for SETI Research, topic: The Quest for residents find habitable worlds? Alan Title (Stanford University, by David A. Towards understanding of the origins and effects of the Sun Magnetic ? Scott Tremaine Massachusetts Institute of Technology Princeton University, topic: Black holes in the centers of galaxies, Michael Turner (University of Chicago Topic: The limits of Cosmology: From Before the Big Bang until the end of time Maarten Schmidt (California Institute of? , Topic:, Topic: Kavli Laureate lecture. Read the rest of this entry »