Prestigious Norwegian prize in physics to Mogens Høgh Jensen from Center for Models of Life

Professor Mogens Høgh Jensen from Center for Models of Life has been awarded the prestigious Gunnar Randers Research Prize for 2011. The Gunnar Randers Research Prize is awarded every other year for basic research in the area of condensed matter physics. The prize will be awarded to Mogens Høgh Jensen by H.R.H. King Harald of Norway at a ceremony at the Institute of Energy Technology in Kjeller in May 2011, together with 100,000 NOK.

Mogens Høgh Jensen has delivered outstanding contributions to many problems in modern physics, especially concerning phase transitions and critical phenomena, as well as in the theory of chaos, turbulence and complex systems. Furthermore, Mogens Høgh Jensen has for many years collaborated closely with Norwegian researchers within the field.

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