Albanova, Stockholms universitet

Lectures in physics were given from the start of Stockholm University in 1878. Svante Arrhenius (Nobel laureate in chemistry in 1903) became the university's first professor of physics in 1895. One of the leading figures in quantum physics - Oskar Klein - was also a professor of physics at Stockholm University (1930-62).

Fysikum in numbers

  • About 250 employees, of which about 90 are PhD students
  • 250 students
  • About 5 programmes at undergraduate and graduate level
  • About 75 courses.