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University of Lund

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION

Location:
Lund, Sweden

Founding Date:
1666

Motto:
Ad utrumque

Enrollment:
42,500

Official Website:
http://www.lu.se/

STUDENTS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Ernst F. W. Alexanderson
Inventor
25-Jan-1878 14-May-1975 Developed radio and television at GE and RCA
Arvid Carlsson
Scientist
25-Jan-1923   Signal transduction in the nervous system
Ingvar Carlsson
Head of State
9-Nov-1934   Twice Prime Minister of Sweden
Tage Erlander
Head of State
13-Jun-1901 21-Jun-1985 Prime Minister of Sweden, 1946-69
Pehr Gyllenhammar
Business
28-Apr-1935   CEO of Volvo, 1971-90
Carolus Linnaeus
Botanist
23-May-1707 10-Jan-1778 Created a taxonomy of the species
Bertil Ohlin
Economist
23-Apr-1899 3-Aug-1979 Hecksher-Ohlin model of free trade
Johannes Rydberg
Physicist
8-Nov-1854 28-Dec-1919 Rydberg constant
Bengt I. Samuelsson
Scientist
21-May-1934   Prostaglandins
Manne Siegbahn
Physicist
3-Dec-1886 26-Sep-1978 X-Ray spectroscopy
Esaias Tegnér
Author
13-Nov-1782 2-Nov-1846 Frithjofs Saga

TEACHERS AND PROFESSORS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Sune K. Bergström
Scientist
10-Jan-1916 15-Aug-2004 Prostaglandins
Arvid Carlsson
Scientist
25-Jan-1923   Signal transduction in the nervous system
Carl Charlier
Astronomer
1-Apr-1862 5-Nov-1934 Motion and the Distribution of the Stars
Johannes Rydberg
Physicist
8-Nov-1854 28-Dec-1919 Rydberg constant
Manne Siegbahn
Physicist
3-Dec-1886 26-Sep-1978 X-Ray spectroscopy

ADMINISTRATORS AND TRUSTEES

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Carl Charlier
Astronomer
1-Apr-1862 5-Nov-1934 Motion and the Distribution of the Stars


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