October 25, 2021

Seokoro Manabe, Klaus Hasselman, Giorgio Percy won the Nobel Prize in Physics.


The Nobel Prize in Physics has been awarded to scientists from Japan, Germany and Italy.

JapanSeokuro Manabi, 90, who owns We Citizenship, and GermanyKlaus Hasselmann, 89, was cited for his work on “Physical Modeling of the Earth’s Climate, Correcting Variables, and Predicting Reliable Estimates of Global Warming.”

The second half of reward Was awarded ItalyGiorgio Percy, 73, “To explore the interaction of disturbances and fluctuations in the physical system from the atom to the scales of the planets.”

“Manabe and Hasselmann laid the foundation for our knowledge of the earth,” the panel said. Climate And how humanity affects it.

Beginning in the 1960s, Manabe demonstrated how. Increasing the amount of carbon dioxide Will be in the air Rising global temperatures, Laying the foundation for existing climate models.

Nearly a decade later, Hasselmann developed a model that combined weather and climate, helping to explain why climate models can be reliable despite the seemingly chaotic nature of the weather.

He also devised ways to find specific signs of human influence on the climate.

Percy “created a profound physical and mathematical model” that made it possible to understand complex systems in fields such as mathematics, biology, neuroscience and machine learning.

“It’s very important that we make very strong decisions and move forward at a very strong pace,” Percy said after the announcement.

“It’s clear to future generations that we have work to do,” he said.

The winners were announced on Tuesday by Goran Hansen, secretary general of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.

It is common for many scientists who work in related fields to be part of the prize.

The prestigious award comes with a gold medal and 10 million Swedish kronor (over 8 988,000 or over 14 1.14 million). The prize money comes from a testament left by Alfred Noble, the Swedish inventor of the prize, who died in 1895.

on MondayThe Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine was awarded to the Americans David Julius and Ardem Patapotin for their discoveries about how the human body perceives temperature and touch.

In the coming days, prizes will also be given for outstanding work in the fields of chemistry, literature, peace and economics.

(France, AP, 24 with Reuters)


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