Nobel Prize Lectures 2012

Three of this years Nobel Prize Laureates will guest Chalmers University of Technology and University of Gothenburg this year, to give a presentation of their work. See video at the bottom of the page.

The Nobel Prize in Physics

On December 13 will both Physics Laureates, Serge Haroche and Dave Wineland, give lectures in Gothenburg. They were awarded the Nobel Prize for ground-breaking experimental methods that enable measuring and manipulation of individual quantum systems.
 
Serge Haroche: Controlling photons in a box and exploring the quantum to classical boundary
Dave Wineland: Superposition, entanglement, and raising Schrödinger’s cat
 
Time: 13 December, 6 PM
Venue: RunAn, Chalmers Kårhus.
Free entry. Since there is a limited number of seats you have to register to participate.

Immediately following the announcement, Professor Per Delsing at Chalmers University of Technology was interviewed by freelance journalist Joanna Rose regarding the 2012 Nobel Prize in Physics.
See the interview (The Nobel Prize in Physics 2012 - Prize Announcement". Nobelprize.org)

The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine

On 15 december will one of this years Physiology or Medicine Laureates, sir John B. Gurdon give a lecture in Gothenburg. Together with Shinya Yamanaka he was awarded the Nobel Prize for the discovery that mature cells can be reprogrammed to become pluripotent.
 
John B. Gurdon: The egg and the nucleus: a battle for supremacy
 
Time: 15 December, 12:15 PM
Venue: lecture hall Arvid Carlsson, Medicinaregatan 3, Sahlgrenska akademin.
Free entry. Since there is a limited number of seats you have to register to participate.

 
Photos through The Nobel Foundation:
Serge Haroche, photo: CNRS Photothèque/Christophe Lebedinsky
David J. Wineland, photo:  NIST
Sir John B. Gurdon, photo: Creative Commons Attr. 2.0 Generic license


Published: Mon 10 Dec 2012. Modified: Tue 18 Dec 2012


See the video from the three Nobel Lauriteas lectures in Gothenburg. (Please note that the video is both in Swedish and English)