Nobel Prize Lectures

​The Nobel Events traditionally includes a University Program, featuring visits by Laureates to some 20 Swedish and Norwegian institutions of higher education for three days of open lectures, discussions etc. The program most often includes a visit to Gothenburg; to Chalmers University of Technology and the University of Gothenburg.
Some of the lectures has been filmed and are available on the web.
 
The following Nobel Prize Laureates have visited Gothenburg the last years:

2016

Sir James Fraser Stoddart, The Nobel Prize in Chemistry
See students interviewing Nobel Prize Winner Sir James Fraser Stoddart, during his visit to Chalmers University of Technology.

2015

Tomas Lindahl, The Nobel Prize in Chemistry

2014

William E. Moerner, The Nobel Prize in Chemistry

2013

Francois Englert, The Nobel Prize in Physics
Ahmet Uzumcu from OPCW (Organization for the Prohibitation of Chemical Weapons), The Nobel Peace Prize
Arieh Warshel, The Nobel Prize in Chemistry

2012

Serge Haroche, The Nobel Prize in Physics
Dave Wineland, The Nobel Prize in Physics
Sir John B. Gurdon. The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine

2011

Dan Shechtman, The Nobel Prize in Chemistry
See in interview with Dan Shechtman, during his visit to Chalmers University of Technology.

2010

Andre Geim, The Nobel Prize in Physics

2009

Ada E. Yonath, The Nobel Prize in Chemistry
Thomas A. Steitz, The Nobel Prize in Chemistry
Jack W. Szostak, The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine

Published: Mon 17 Dec 2012. Modified: Wed 21 Dec 2016