List of RWTH Aachen University People - Nobel Laureates

Nobel Laureates

  • Philipp Lenard – Nobel Prize in Physics 1905
  • Wilhelm Wien – Nobel Prize in Physics 1911
  • Johannes Stark – Nobel Prize in Physics 1919
  • Peter Debye – Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1936
  • Karl Ziegler – Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1963
  • Ryōji Noyori – Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2001, honorary doctorate degree at RWTH Aachen University
  • Peter Grünberg – Nobel Prize in Physics 2007, honorary doctorate degree at RWTH Aachen University

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