University of Latvia
Erna Karule received her PhD from University of Latvia at age of 31 and later the highest degree of Doctor of Sciences in physics and mathematics from the University of Leningrad (USSR). Worked in Salaspils at the Theoretical Department in Institute of Physics of the Latvian SSR Academy of Sciences. After Latvia regained its independence in 1991 she started to work in Institute of Atomic Physics and Spectroscopy of University of Latvia. Her research areas are the theoretical atomic physics, laser physics, nonlinear physics.
Computation methods of quantum mechanics and theory of wave propagation in continuum.