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Astrid Tranum RΓΈmer works as a theoretical condensed matter physicist but happily participate in neutron scattering experiments from time to time.
My research focuses on the understanding of unconventional superconductivity ranging from theory models of the microscopic mechanism driving superconductivity to experiments that probe magnetic structures inside the superconducting materials. I did my studies at the Niels Bohr Institute and was one semester in Bilbao, Spain, on exchange during my fourth year. Later, I worked as a Post Doc at Institute Laue-Langevin in France in 2019. The year in France was an experience for the whole family including my husband and our three children and the two oldest now speak French. Now we are living in Denmark and I work at the Niels Bohr Institute in the condensed matter theory group.

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The committee will select a winner, who will be announced at an award ceremony at the KIF Annual Meeting on October 13th, 2021.

The winner will be notified in writing beforehand and invited to give a talk following the ceremony. Everyone is welcome to join us at the annual meeting! Registration is still open, and the full program can be found here
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