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The Crafoord Prize in Astronomy 2020
Eugene Parker, University of Chicago, USA, is awarded the Crafoord Prize in Astronomy 2020 “for pioneering and fundamental studies of the solar wind and magnetic fields from stellar to galactic scales”. Video News Release: The Crafoord Prize in Astronomy 2020, 2020-01-30.
Planet formation and evolution: origin of the diversity of planetary systems
Alessandro Morbidelli, Observatoire de la Cote d'Azur, France. From: Open Academy Lecture, 2017-12-13.
The Long Odyssey from Einstein to Gravitational Waves
Professor Barry C. Barish, LIGO Laboratory, Linde Professor of Physics, Emeritus at California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA, USA. From: Open Academy Lecture, 2017-01-11.
Spinning Black Holes
Crafoord Laureate 2016: Roy Kerr, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand. Opening address by Göran K. Hansson, Secretary General, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, and introduction by one of the chairs of the symposium Bengt Gustafsson, Uppsala University, Sweden. From: The Crafoord Prize Symposium in Astronomy – Rotating black holes and their astrophysical consequences, 2016-05-25.
Engaging the Black Hole
Crafoord Laureate 2016: Roger Blandford, Stanford University, CA, USA. Introduction by Bengt Gustafsson, Uppsala University, Sweden. From: The Crafoord Prize Symposium in Astronomy – Rotating black holes and their astrophysical consequences, 2016-05-25.
Disturbed Kerr Black Holes
Kip S. Thorne, California Institute of Technology,Pasadena, CA, USA. Introduction by Bengt Gustafsson, Uppsala University, Sweden. From: The Crafoord Prize Symposium in Astronomy – Rotating black holes and their astrophysical consequences, 2016-05-25.
Black Holes and Elementary Particle Physics
Gerard ‘t Hooft, Spinoza Instituut, Utrecht, Netherland. Introduction by Bengt Gustafsson, Uppsala University, Sweden. From: The Crafoord Prize Symposium in Astronomy – Rotating black holes and their astrophysical consequences, 2016-05-25.
The Dynamical Strong-field Regime of General Relativity
Frans Pretorius, Princeton University, NJ, USA. Introduction by Claes Fransson, Stockholm University, Sweden. From: The Crafoord Prize Symposium in Astronomy – Rotating black holes and their astrophysical consequences, 2016-05-25.
Simulations of the Blandford-Znajek Effect for Kerr Black Hole
Jonathan C. McKinney, University of Maryland, MD, USA. Introduction by Claes Fransson, Stockholm University, Sweden. From: The Crafoord Prize Symposium in Astronomy – Rotating black holes and their astrophysical consequences, 2016-05-25.
X-ray Observations of Rotating Astrophysical Black Holes
Andrew Fabian, Institute of Astronomy, Cambridge, UK. From: The Crafoord Prize Symposium in Astronomy – Rotating black holes and their astrophysical consequences, 2016-05-25.
Einstein’s Symphony, LIGO and the Discovery of Gravitational Waves from a Binary Black Hole Merger
Laura Cadonati, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA, USA. Introduction by Claes Fransson, Stockholm University, Sweden. From: The Crafoord Prize Symposium in Astronomy – Rotating black holes and their astrophysical consequences, 2016-05-25.
Black Holes as Laboratories for Fundamental Physics
David Wiltshire, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand. Introduction by Claes Fransson, Stockholm University, Sweden. From: The Crafoord Prize Symposium in Astronomy – Rotating black holes and their astrophysical consequences, 2016-05-25.
The Current and Future View from the Edge
Avery Broderick, University of Waterloo & Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. From: The Crafoord Prize Symposium in Astronomy – Rotating black holes and their astrophysical consequences, 2016-05-25.
Revealing the Black Hole
Crafoord Laureate 2016: Roger Blandford, Stanford University, CA, USA. Introduction by Arne Ardeberg, Lund University, Sweden. From: The Crafoord Prize Lectures in Mathematics and Astronomy, 2016-05-24.
Spinning Black Holes
Crafoord Laureate 2016: Roy Kerr, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand. Introduction by Arne Ardeberg, Lund University, Sweden. From: The Crafoord Prize Lectures in Mathematics and Astronomy, 2016-05-24.
The Crafoord Prize in Astronomy 2016
Video News Release: The Crafoord Prize in Astronomy 2016, 2016-01-14.
Welcome to the Crafoord Academy Lecture 2014
Arne Ardeberg, Lund University. From: Crafoord Academy Lecture and Gunnar Källén Lecture, 2014-12-18.
The emergence of our complex cosmos
Sir Martin Rees, University of Cambridge, UK.  From: Crafoord Academy Lecture and Gunnar Källén Lecture, 2014-12-18.