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Nobel Prize in Physics – thegkworld

Sr. No.YearNameCountryWork
Sr. No.:
1
Year:
1901
Name:
Wilhelm K. Roegntgen
Country:
Germany
Work:
for discovery of Roentgen Rays
Sr. No.:
2
Year:
1902
Name:
Hendrik A. Lorentz and Pieter Zeeman
Country:
Netherlands
Work:
fro workon influence of magnetism upon radiation
Sr. No.:
3
Year:
1903
Name:
A. Henri Becquerel, Pierre and Marie Curie
Country:
France
Work:
for work on spontaneous radioactivity and for studying of radiation
Sr. No.:
4
Year:
1904
Name:
John Strutt
Country:
Lord Rayleigh
Work:
for discovery of Argon in investigating gas density
Sr. No.:
5
Year:
1905
Name:
Philipp Lenard
Country:
Germany
Work:
for work with Cathode rays
Sr. No.:
6
Year:
1906
Name:
Sir Joseph Thomson
Country:
U.K
Work:
for investigations on passage of electricity through gases
Sr. No.:
7
Year:
1907
Name:
Albert A. Michelson
Country:
U.S
Work:
for spectroscopic and metrologic investigations
Sr. No.:
8
Year:
1908
Name:
Gabriel Lippmann
Country:
France
Work:
for method of reproducing colours by photography
Sr. No.:
9
Year:
1909
Name:
Guglielmo Marconi, Ferdinand Braun
Country:
Italy, Germany
Work:
for development of Wireless
Sr. No.:
10
Year:
1910
Name:
Johannes D. Van der Waals
Country:
Netherlands
Work:
for work with the equation of state for gases and liquids
Sr. No.:
11
Year:
1911
Name:
Wilhelm Wien
Country:
Germany
Work:
for his laws governing the radiation of heat
Sr. No.:
12
Year:
1912
Name:
Gustaf Dalen
Country:
Sweden
Work:
for discovery of automatic regulators used in lighting lighthouses and light buoys
Sr. No.:
13
Year:
1913
Name:
Heike Hamerlingh-Onnes
Country:
Netherlands
Work:
for work leading to production of liquid helium
Sr. No.:
14
Year:
1914
Name:
Max von Laue
Country:
Germany
Work:
for discovery of diffraction of Roentgen Rays passing through crystals
Sr. No.:
15
Year:
1915
Name:
Sir William Bragg and William L. Bragg
Country:
U.K
Work:
For analysis of crystal structure by X-rays
Sr. No.:
16
Year:
1917
Name:
Charles G. Barkla
Country:
U.K
Work:
for discovery of Roentgen radiation of the elements
Sr. No.:
17
Year:
1918
Name:
Max Planck
Country:
Germany
Work:
for discoveries in connection with quantum theory
Sr. No.:
18
Year:
1919
Name:
Johannes Stark
Country:
Germany
Work:
for discovery of Doppler Effect in Canal rays and decomposition of spectrum lines by electric fields
Sr. No.:
19
Year:
1920
Name:
Charles E. Guillaume
Country:
Switzerland
Work:
for discoveries of anomalies in nickel-steel alloys
Sr. No.:
20
Year:
1921
Name:
Albert Einstein
Country:
Germany
Work:
for discovery of the law of the photoelectric effect
Sr. No.:
21
Year:
1922
Name:
Niels Bohr
Country:
Denmark
Work:
for investigation of structure of atoms and radiations emanating from them
Sr. No.:
22
Year:
1923
Name:
Robert A. Milikan
Country:
U.S
Work:
for workon elementary charge of electricity and photoelectric phenomena
Sr. No.:
23
Year:
1924
Name:
Karl. M. G. Siegbahn
Country:
Sweden
Work:
for investigations in X-ray spectroscopy
Sr. No.:
24
Year:
1925
Name:
James Franck and Gustav Hertz
Country:
Germany
Work:
for discovery of laws governing impact of electrons upon atoms
Sr. No.:
25
Year:
1926
Name:
Jean B. Perrin
Country:
France
Work:
for work on discontinous structure of matter and discovery of the equilibrium of sedimentation
Sr. No.:
26
Year:
1927
Name:
author H. comion, Charles T.R Wilson
Country:
U.S, U.K
Work:
for discovery of compton phenomenon; for method of perceiving paths taken by electrically charged particles
Sr. No.:
27
Year:
1928
Name:
In 1929, The 1928 prize was awarded to Sir Owen Richardson
Country:
U.K
Work:
for work on the phenomenon of thermionics and discovery of the Richardson Law.
Sr. No.:
28
Year:
1929
Name:
Prince Louis Victor de Broglie
Country:
France
Work:
for discovery of the wave character of electrons
Sr. No.:
29
Year:
1930
Name:
Sir Chandrasekhara Raman
Country:
India
Work:
for work on diffusion of light and discovery of the Raman Effect
Sr. No.:
30
Year:
1932
Name:
In 1933, the prize for 1932 was awarded to Werner Helsenberg
Country:
Germany
Work:
for creation of the quantum mechanics
Sr. No.:
31
Year:
1933
Name:
Erwin Schrodinger, Paul A.M. Dirac
Country:
Austria, U.K
Work:
for discovery of new fertile form of the atomic theory
Sr. No.:
32
Year:
1935
Name:
James Chadwick
Country:
U.K
Work:
for discovery of the neutron
Sr. No.:
33
Year:
1936
Name:
Victor F. Hese, Carl D. Anderson
Country:
Austria, U.S
Work:
for discovery of cosmic radiation , for discovery of the positron
Sr. No.:
34
Year:
1937
Name:
Clinton J. Davisson, George P. Thomson
Country:
U.S., U.K
Work:
for discovery of diffraction of electrons by crystals.
Sr. No.:
35
Year:
1938
Name:
Enrico Fermi
Country:
Italy
Work:
For identification of new radiocativity elements and discovery of nuclear reactions effected by slow neutrons
Sr. No.:
36
Year:
1939
Name:
Ernest Orlando Lawrence
Country:
U.S
Work:
for development of the cyclotron
Sr. No.:
37
Year:
1943
Name:
Otto Stern
Country:
U.S
Work:
for detection of magnetic momentum of protons
Sr. No.:
38
Year:
1944
Name:
Isidor Isaac Rabi
Country:
U.S
Work:
for work on magnetic movements of atomic particles
Sr. No.:
39
Year:
1945
Name:
Wolfgang Pauli
Country:
Austria
Work:
for work on atomic fission
Sr. No.:
40
Year:
1946
Name:
Percy Williams Bridgman
Country:
U.S
Work:
for studies and invention in high pressure physics
Sr. No.:
41
Year:
1947
Name:
Sir Edward Appleton
Country:
U.K
Work:
for discovery of layer that reflects radio short waves in the ionosphere
Sr. No.:
42
Year:
1948
Name:
Patrick M.S. Blackett
Country:
U.K
Work:
for improvement on Wilson Chamber and discoveries in cosmic radiation
Sr. No.:
43
Year:
1949
Name:
Hideki Yukawa
Country:
Japan
Work:
for mathematical prediction, in 1935 of the meson
Sr. No.:
44
Year:
1950
Name:
Cecil Frank Powell
Country:
U.K
Work:
for method of photographic study of atom nucleus, and for discoveries about mesons
Sr. No.:
45
Year:
1951
Name:
Sir John Douglas Cockcroft, Emest T.S. Walton
Country:
U.K, Ireland
Work:
for work in 1932 on transmutation of atomic nuclei
Sr. No.:
46
Year:
1952
Name:
Edwards Mills Purcell and Flex Bloch
Country:
U.S
Work:
for work in measurement of magnetic fields in atomic nuclei
Sr. No.:
47
Year:
1953
Name:
Fritz Zernike
Country:
Netherlands
Work:
for development of "Phase contrast" microscope
Sr. No.:
48
Year:
1954
Name:
Max Born, Walter Bothe
Country:
U.K, Germany
Work:
for work in quantum mechanics; for work in cosmic radiation
Sr. No.:
49
Year:
1955
Name:
Polykarp Kusch, Willis E. Lamb Jr.
Country:
U.S
Work:
foe atomic measurements
Sr. No.:
50
Year:
1956
Name:
William Shockley, Walter H. Brattain and John Bardeen
Country:
U.S
Work:
for developing electronic transistor
Sr. No.:
51
Year:
1957
Name:
Tsung Dao Lee and Chen Ning Yang
Country:
China
Work:
for disproving principle of conservation of parity
Sr. No.:
52
Year:
1958
Name:
OPavel A. Cherenkov, Ilya M. Frank, and Igor E. Tamm
Country:
U.S.S.R
Work:
for work resulting in development of cosmic ray counter
Sr. No.:
53
Year:
1959
Name:
Emilio Segre and Owen Chamberiain
Country:
U.S
Work:
for demonstrating the existence of the anti-proton
Sr. No.:
54
Year:
1960
Name:
Donald A. Glaser
Country:
U.S
Work:
for invention of "bubble chamber" to study subatomic particles
Sr. No.:
55
Year:
1961
Name:
Robert Hofstadter
Country:
U.S
Work:
for determination of shape and size of atomic nucleus, for method of producing and measuring recoil-free gamma rays
Sr. No.:
56
Year:
1962
Name:
Lev D. Landau
Country:
U.S.S.R
Work:
for his theories about condensed matter
Sr. No.:
57
Year:
1963
Name:
Eugene Paul Wigner, Maria Goeppert Mayer and J. Hans D. Jensen
Country:
U.S, Germany
Work:
for research on structure of atom and its nucleus
Sr. No.:
58
Year:
1964
Name:
Charles Hard Townes, Nikolai G. Basov and Aleksandr M. Prochorov
Country:
U.S, U.S.S.R
Work:
for developing laser and laser principle of producing high intensity radiation
Sr. No.:
59
Year:
1965
Name:
Richard P. Feynman, Julian S. Schwinger and Shinichiro Tomonaga
Country:
U.S, Japan
Work:
for research in quantum electrodynamics
Sr. No.:
60
Year:
1966
Name:
Alfred Kastler
Country:
France
Work:
for work of energy levels inside atom
Sr. No.:
61
Year:
1967
Name:
Hans A. Bethe
Country:
U.S
Work:
for work on energy production on stars
Sr. No.:
62
Year:
1968
Name:
Luis Walter Alvarez
Country:
U.S
Work:
for study of subatomic particles
Sr. No.:
63
Year:
1969
Name:
Murray Gell-Mann
Country:
U.S
Work:
for study of subatomic particles
Sr. No.:
64
Year:
1970
Name:
Hannes Alfven,Louis Neel
Country:
Sweden, France
Work:
for discoveries in antiferromagnetism and ferromagnetism
Sr. No.:
65
Year:
1971
Name:
Dennis Gabor
Country:
U.K
Work:
for invention of holographic method of three dimensional imagery
Sr. No.:
65
Year:
1972
Name:
John Bardeen, Leon N. Cooper and John Robert Schrieffer
Country:
U.S
Work:
for theory of superconductivity, where electrical resistance in certain metals vanishes above absolute zero temperature
Sr. No.:
66
Year:
1973
Name:
Ivar Giaever, Leo Esaki and brain D. Josephson
Country:
U.S, Japan, U.K
Work:
for theories that have advanced and expanded the field of miniature electronics
Sr. No.:
67
Year:
1974
Name:
Antony Hewish, Martin Ryle
Country:
U.K
Work:
for discoveruy of Pulsars, for using radio telescopes to probe outer space with high degree of precision
Sr. No.:
68
Year:
1975
Name:
James Rainwater, Ben Mottelson and Aage N. Bohr
Country:
U.S, Denmark
Work:
for showing that the atomic nucleus is asymetrical
Sr. No.:
69
Year:
1976
Name:
Burton Richter and Samuel C.C. . Ting
Country:
U.S
Work:
for discovery of subatomic particles known as J and Psi
Sr. No.:
70
Year:
1977
Name:
Philip W. Anderson, John H. Van Vleck and Nevill F. Mott
Country:
U.S and U.K
Work:
for work underlying computer memorises and electronic devices
Sr. No.:
71
Year:
1978
Name:
Arno A. Penzia and Robert W. Wilson and Piotr L. Kapista
Country:
U.S, U.S.S.R
Work:
for basic inventions and discoveries in lo-temperature physics
Sr. No.:
72
Year:
1979
Name:
Steven Weingberg, Sheldon L. Glashow and Abdus Salam
Country:
U.S and Pakistan
Work:
for developing theory that electromagnetism and the weak force which causes radioactive decay in some atomic nuclei, are facets of the same phenomenon
Sr. No.:
73
Year:
1980
Name:
James W. Cronin and Val L. Fitch
Country:
U.S
Work:
for work concerning the asymmetry of subatomic particles
Sr. No.:
74
Year:
1981
Name:
Nicolas Bloembergen, Arthur L. Schawlow and Kai M. Siegbahn
Country:
U.S and Sweden
Work:
for developing technologies with lasers and other devices to probe the secrets of complex forms of matter
Sr. No.:
75
Year:
1982
Name:
Kenneth G. Wilson
Country:
U.S
Work:
for analysis of changes in matter under pressure and temperature
Sr. No.:
76
Year:
1983
Name:
Subramanyam Chandrasekhar and William A. Fowler
Country:
U.S
Work:
foe complementary research processes involved in evolution of stars
Sr. No.:
77
Year:
1984
Name:
Carlo Rubbia and Simon Van der Meer
Country:
Italy, Netherlands
Work:
for their role in discovering three subatomic particles, a step toward developing a single theory to account for all natural forces
Sr. No.:
78
Year:
1985
Name:
Klaus Von Klitzing
Country:
Germany
Work:
for developing an exact way of measuring electrical conductivity
Sr. No.:
79
Year:
1986
Name:
Ernest Ruska, Gerd Binning and Heinrich Rohre
Country:
Germany, Switzerland
Work:
for work on microscopes
Sr. No.:
80
Year:
1987
Name:
K. Alex Muller and J. George Bednorz
Country:
Switzerland and Germany
Work:
for their discovery of high-temperature superconductors
Sr. No.:
81
Year:
1988
Name:
Leon M. Ledeman, Melvin Schwartz and Jack Steinberger
Country:
U.S
Work:
for research that improved the understanding of elementary particles and forces
Sr. No.:
82
Year:
1989
Name:
Norman F. Ramsey, Hans G. Dehmelt, WolfGang Paul
Country:
U.S, Germany
Work:
for work leading to development of the atomic clock, for developing methods to isolate atoms and subatomic particles
Sr. No.:
83
Year:
1990
Name:
Richard E. Taylor, Jerome I. Friedman and Dr. Henry W. Kendall
Country:
Canada, U.S
Work:
for their breakthrough in our understanding of matter that confirmed the reality of quarks
Sr. No.:
84
Year:
1991
Name:
Pierre-Gilles de Gennes
Country:
France
Work:
for his discoveries about the ordering of molecules in substances ranging from "super" glue to an exotic form of liquid helium
Sr. No.:
85
Year:
1992
Name:
George Charpak
Country:
France
Work:
for his inventions of particles detectors
Sr. No.:
86
Year:
1993
Name:
Joseph H. Taylor and Russell A. Hulse
Country:
U.S
Work:
for their discovery of a binary pulsar
Sr. No.:
87
Year:
1994
Name:
Clifford G. Shull and Bertram N. Brockhouse
Country:
U.S and Canada
Work:
for adapting beams of neutrons as probes to explore the atomic structure of matter
Sr. No.:
88
Year:
1995
Name:
Martin L. Pearl and Frederick Reines
Country:
U.S
Work:
for their discoveries of "two of nature's most remarkable subatomic particles", the tau and the neutrino
Sr. No.:
89
Year:
1996
Name:
David M. Lee, Robert C. Richardson and Douglas D. Osheroff
Country:
U.S
Work:
for their discovery of superfluity in helium
Sr. No.:
90
Year:
1997
Name:
Steven Chu, William D. Philips, Claude Cohen-Tannoudji
Country:
U.S, France
Work:
for developing a method to cool and trap atoms using light from lasers
Sr. No.:
91
Year:
1998
Name:
Robert B. Laughlin, Horst L. Stormer and Daniel C. Tsui
Country:
U.S., Germany, U.S
Work:
for their discovery of a new form of quantum fluid with fractionally charged excitations
Sr. No.:
92
Year:
1999
Name:
Gerardust Hooft and Martiness J.G. Vietnam
Country:
Netherlands
Work:
for their theory concerning the production of Sun's energy
Sr. No.:
93
Year:
2000
Name:
Zhores Alferov, Jack Kilbery, Herbert Kroemer
Country:
Russia, USA
Work:
for work in development of transistors and microchip technology
Sr. No.:
94
Year:
2001
Name:
Carl E. Wieman, Eric A. Cornell, Wolfgang Ketterle
Country:
USA, Germany
Work:
for creating a form of matter that is extremely pure and coherent in the same way that lasers are pure kind of light
Sr. No.:
95
Year:
2002
Name:
Raymond Davis, Riccardo, Masatoshi Koshiba
Country:
USA, Japan
Work:
for finding hoe the sun shines and making it possible to discover distant stars
Sr. No.:
96
Year:
2003
Name:
Alexei A. Abrikosov, Anthony J. Laggett and Vitaly L. Ginzburg
Country:
(Russia, USA), (UK, USA), Russia
Work:
for theories concerning superconductivity
Sr. No.:
97
Year:
2004
Name:
David J. Gross H. David Politzer, and Frank Wilczek
Country:
U.S
Work:
for the discovery of asymptotic freedom in the theory of the strong interaction
Sr. No.:
98
Year:
2005
Name:
Roy J. Glauber and John L. Hall, Theodor W. Hansch
Country:
U.S and Germany
Work:
for his contribution to the quantum theory of optical coherence, for their contributions to the development of laser-based precision spectroscopy, including the optical frequency comb technique
Sr. No.:
99
Year:
2006
Name:
John Mather and George Smooth
Country:
US
Work:
US space scientists for a pioneering mission which backed the Big Bang theory about the origins of the Universe
Sr. No.:
100
Year:
2007
Name:
Albert Fert, Peter Gruenberg
Country:
France, Germany
Work:
discovered shrinkage in the size of hard disks in computers, i-pods and other digital devices
Sr. No.:
101
Year:
2008
Name:
Makoto Kobayashi and Toshihide Maskawa and Yoichiro Nambu
Country:
Japan, US
Work:
for discoveries in sub-atomic particles
Sr. No.:
102
Year:
2009
Name:
Charles Kao, Willard S. Boyle, George Smith
Country:
US
Work:
-
Sr. No.:
103
Year:
2010
Name:
Andre Geim, Konstantin Novoselov
Country:
Russia
Work:
-
Sr. No.:
104
Year:
2011
Name:
Adam Riess, Saul Perlmutter, Brain Schmidt
Country:
US
Work:
-
Sr. No.:
105
Year:
2012
Name:
Serge Haroche, David Wineland
Country:
France, US
Work:
-
Sr. No.:
106
Year:
2013
Name:
Francois Englert, Peter W. Higgs
Country:
Belgium, UK
Work:
-
Sr. No.:
107
Year:
2014
Name:
Isamu Akasaki, Hiroshi Amano, Shuji Nakamura
Country:
Japan
Work:
-
Sr. No.:
108
Year:
2015
Name:
Takaaki Kajita, Arthur B. Mcdonald
Country:
Japan, Canada
Work:
-

The Nobel Prize in Physics – thegkworld

Nobel Prize in Physics – thegkworld: The Nobel Prize in Physics is awarded, in the interest of the Swedish inventor and inventor Alfred Bernhard Nobel, “to those who, during the previous years, should give generously to humanity” in the field of physics. It was organized by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences in Stockholm.

Nobel Prize in Physics: Annual Prize

The Nobel Prize in Physics is an annual prize awarded by the Royal Academy of Sciences of Sweden to those who have taken full advantage of human interest in the field of physics. It is one of the five Nobel prizes created by the purchase of Alfred Nobel in 1895 and awarded since 1901; others are the Nobel Prize in Chemistry, the Nobel Prize in Literature, the Nobel Peace Prize and the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine.

Nobel Prize in Physics: First Prize

The first Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded to Dr. Wilhelm Röntgen for the special services he had discovered through the discovery of incredible X-rays (or X-rays). This award is administered by the Nobel Foundation and is considered the most prestigious award that a scientist can receive in physics. It is presented in Stockholm at the annual celebration of December 10, the anniversary of Nobel’s death. By 2019, a total of 212 people have received the award.

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