The Nobel Prizes in Physics, Chemistry and Medicine are awarded every year in October. In order to gain an understanding of what these prizes are about, the Faculty of TNW and Studium Generale organize the annual Nobel Lecture. Eminent scientists of the UT explain the prize-winning research. The lectures have become a tradition since 2007, with an impressive list of speakers: Herman ten Kate, Willem Vos, Jeroen Cornelissen, Vinod Subramanian, Markus Pollnau and Gerard van der Steenhoven, to mention only a few.
This year our speakers will be:
Michel van Putten (Clinical Neurophysiology, MIRA) on Medicine
Jurriaan Schmitz (Semiconductor components, MESA+) on Physics
Christian Blum (Nanobiophysics, MESA+) on Chemistry.
The Nobel Lecture will be on Wednesday 29th October, Horst C101, 16 – 17.30 h.