The Nobel Lectures 2013
The official Nobel Lectures held by this year’s Nobel Laureates in Physics and Chemistry, and the Laureates in Economic Sciences.
09.00 - 15.20
Aula Magna, Stockholm University
The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences
The Nobel lectures are free of charge and open to the public. Registration is not required.
The official Nobel Lectures held by this year’s Nobel Laureates in Physics and Chemistry and the Laureates in Economic Sciences. The Nobel Lectures 2013 will be webcasted live here and at www.nobelprize.org. The lectures will also be available as video on demand at http://kvatv.se on 11 December at the latest.
09.00–09.05 Welcome address
Barbara Cannon, President of The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences
09.05–10.20 The Nobel Prize in Physics
The BEH mechanism and its scalar boson
François Englert, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Brussels, Belgium
Evading the Goldstone theorem
Peter W. Higgs, University of Edinburgh, UK
10.40–12.30 The Nobel Prize in Chemistry
Development of multiscale models for complex chemical systems:
From H+H2 to biomolecules
Martin Karplus, Université de Strasbourg, France and Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, USA
Computer simulations of biological functions:
From enzymes to molecular machines
Arieh Warshel, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, USA
Birth & future of multi-scale modeling of biological macromolecules
Michael Levitt, Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, CA, USA
13.30–15.20 The Prize in Economic Sciences
Two pillars of asset pricing
Eugene F. Fama, University of Chicago, IL, USA
Uncertainty outside and inside economic models
Lars Peter Hansen, University of Chicago, IL, USA
Speculative asset prices
Robert J. Shiller, Yale University, New Haven, CT, USA
The lectures will be held in English. The hall will be open from 08.40. Please note that it is not possible to make reservations.