Nobel Prize in Physics Awarded to Trio for Study of Climate Change, Complex Systems

“You think you will drown in complexity, but this science can show that simplicity can emerge and you can get an insight into the true behavior of these complex systems,” said physicist Robbert Dijkgraaf, director of the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton. “It is difficult to think of something more complex than the world’s climate.”

For "pioneering ways to find order hidden in complexity" and "laying the foundation for computer models that explore how human activity is changing global climate", Syukuro Manabe, Klaus Hasselmann and Giorgio Parisi share the 2021 Nobel Prize in Physics.

Read more at Wall Street Journal.


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