Consider a complete $C^\infty$ Riemannian metric on $\mathbb R^2$ of positive sectional curvature.

Is the metric embeddable as the boundary of a convex subset of $\mathbb R^3$?

Is the embedding unique?

Are there generalizations of 1-2 to complete noncompact surfaces of nonnegative sectional curvature?

What are good references for these matters?

UPDATE:

$\bullet\ $ after doing some reading on the subject I found that the assertion 1 is true in the sense that the surface is isometric, **as a metric space**, to the boundary of a convex body in $\mathbb R^3$ (as proved by Alexandrov back in 1942). The matter of uniqueness is well-understood.

$\bullet\ $ However, one should not expect the boundary to be smooth, e.g. there are examples of $C^\infty$ metrics of nonnegative curvature on $S^2$ which cannot be isometrically $C^3$-embedded into $\mathbb R^3$.

$\bullet\ $ If the curvature is **positive**, then smoothness can be achieved as proved by Pogorelov and Nirenberg (independently in the 1950s).

$\bullet\ $ **Local** smooth isometric embedding for nonnegatively curved surfaces was established by Lin in 1985.

$\bullet\ $ A more recent reference for these matters is the book by Burago and Zalgaller, Geometry III, Encyclopedia of Mathematical Sciences.