European Pysical Society

Prof. Karl Grandin
History of Physics Group, European Physical Society since 2017


  1. K. Grandin, The Nobel Prizes and the Public Image of Science, Public Understanding of Science, vol 27(4) May 2018

  2. K. Grandin, G, Cavalli-Bjorkman (eds.), Vetenskapsakademiens Portrattsamling, Stockholm, Atlantis (2015)

  3. K. Grandin, I shall always follow your progress with warm interest: Niels Bohr as seen from a Swedish perspective until 1930, One hundred years of the Bohr atom: Proceedings from a conference: Scientia Danica. Series M· Mathematica et physica, F. Aaserud, H. Kragh (Eds.), Copenhagen (2015) 522–546

  4. K. Grandin, Fran sanatorium till Nobelkommitte – C.W. Oseen och moderniseringen av fysiken i Sverige, Fysikdagarna, Stockholm (2014)

  5. K. Grandin (Ed), Emanuel Swedenborg – Exploring a World memory: Context, Content, Contribution, West Chester (2013)

  6. K. Grandin,Janne Rydberg och Bohrs atommodell, Fysik­aktuellt (1) p. 6-8 (2013)

  7. K. Grandin, Niels Bohr from a Swedish perspective, One hundred years of the Bohr atom 1913–2013, Copenhagen, 11–14 June 2013

  8. K. Grandin, Niels Bohr frem til 1930 set fra et svensk perspektiv, Bohr pa ny (2013) p. 71–85

  9. Karl Grandin, Bohrs atommodell i Sverige, Fysik­aktuellt (4) p. 12-13 (2013)

  10. K. Grandin, review of G. Kallstrand, Medaljens framsida Nobelpriset i pressen 1897–1911, in Lychnos (2013) 268–273

  11. K. Grandin, Marconi's Nobel Prize,IEEE Antennas and Propagation Magazine, Vol. 52, No.2, April 2010

  12. K. Grandin, The Nobel Prize to Victor Franz Hess in 1936: a Look into the Nobel Archives, The Roots of Physics in Europe, Symposium, Abstracts, Pollaw, 28-29 May 2010

Prof. Karl Grandin
Cosmic Rays Nobel Prize
100 Years of Cosmic Particles
Symposium in Honour of Victor F. Hess
European Centre for the History of Physics Echophysics
Poellau Castle, Austria, 1 – 5 May 2012


  1. Vetenskapshistoria

    Karl Grandin is the Director of and Professor at the Center for History of Science at the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. His research has mainly dealt with the history of modern physics. He has a lot of experience from international collaborations, especially dealing with scientific heritage and from digitizing projects. He is member of the Royal Swedish Academy’s Energy Committee since 2004 that works interdisciplinary with energy questions. He is on the board of Stockholm University Library and the Swedish Linnaeus Society and a member of the Swedish National Committee for History of Science and Technology. He is the editor of the Nobel Foundation yearbook since 2006

Center for History of Science
Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences
PO Box 50005
SE-10405 Stockholm

Created: 12 February 2017
Updated: 14 February 2021