List of Nobel laureates by university affiliation

This list of Nobel laureates by university affiliation shows the university affiliations of individual winners of the Nobel Prize and the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences since 1901 (as of 2020, 930 individual laureates in total).[1] This list considers Nobel laureates as equal individuals and does not consider their various prize shares or if they received the prize more than once.[2] It does not include Nobel-winning organizations (as of 2020, 25 such organizations) or any individuals affiliated with those organizations. In this list, universities are presented in descending order, beginning with those affiliated with most Nobel Prize winners.

The university affiliations in this list are all official academic affiliations such as degree programs and official academic employment, including academic positions at research organizations formally affiliated with or operated by a university. Non-academic affiliations such as advisory committee and administrative staff are generally excluded. The official academic affiliations fall into three categories: 1) Alumni (graduates and attendees), 2) Long-term academic staff, and 3) Short-term academic staff. Graduates are defined as those who hold Bachelor's, Master's, Doctorate or equivalent degrees from a university, while attendees are those who formally enrolled in degree programs at a university but did not complete the programs; thus, honorary degrees, posthumous degrees, summer attendees, exchange students and auditing students are excluded. The category of "Long-term academic staff" consists of tenure or tenure-track and equivalent academic positions, while that of "Short-term academic staff" consists of lecturers (without tenure), postdoctoral researchers, visiting professors or scholars (visitors), and equivalent academic positions. At any university, the specific academic title solely determines the type of affiliation, regardless of the actual time the position was held by a laureate.

Further explanations on "visitors" under "Short-term academic staff" are now presented. 1) All informal or personal visits are excluded from the list; 2) all employment-based visiting positions, which carry teaching or research duties, are included as affiliations in the list; 3) for award-based visiting positions, this list includes the positions as affiliations only if the laureates were required to assume employment-level duty (teaching or research) or the laureates specifically classified the visiting positions as "appointment" or similar in reliable sources such as their curriculum vitae. To be specific, some award-based visiting positions such as the "Morris Loeb Short-term Lectureship" at Harvard University and Guggenheim Fellowship are awards/honors without employment-level duty;[3][4] attending meetings and giving public lectures, talks or non-curricular seminars are not employment-level duties. On the other hand, positive award-based examples include "Morris Loeb Long-term Lectureship" at Harvard University (teaching duty), "Visiting Miller Professorship" at UC Berkeley (research duty) and Fulbright Scholarship.[4][5][6] Finally, summer visitors are generally excluded from the list unless summer work yielded significant end products such as research publications and components of Nobel-winning work, since summer terms are not part of formal academic years; the same rule applies to extension schools of universities.

In this list, the number following a person's name is the year they received the prize; in particular, a number with asterisk (*) means the person received the award while they were working at the institution (including emeritus staff) containing that asterisk. A name underlined implies that this person has been listed for a same institution previously (i.e., multiple affiliations). If a person had multiple positions under one category, only the position with highest rank is listed.

Different universities adopt different criteria—from generous to conservative—for claiming Nobel affiliates, which may not encompass all types of affiliations in this list.[7] The University Counts (Univ Counts), which are published by the universities themselves, are thus shown as comparison below. Finally, this list, together with the List of Fields Medal winners by university affiliation and the List of Turing Award laureates by university affiliation, presents the university affiliation of people who have won highest honors in fundamental academic disciplines.

Abbreviations: UG (Undergraduate), Grad (Graduate), Med (Medical), Atten (Attendee), Prof (Professor), Assoc (Associate), Asst (Assistant), Adj (Adjunct), PSD (Postdoc), Lect (Lecturer), Inst (Instructor), Res (Research/Researcher), Sci (Scientist), Fel (Fellow), Sch (Scholar), Vis (Visiting/Visitor).

Summary of resultsEdit

Top 30 universities worldwide since 1901Edit

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By subject

Rank University Total SCI Total[Note 1] PHY CHE P/M ECO LI PE
1 Harvard University   161 113 32 38 43 33 7 8
2 University of Cambridge   121 98 37 30 31 15 5 3
3 University of California, Berkeley   110 82 34 31 17 25 3 1[Note 2]
4 University of Chicago   100 62 32 19 11 33 3 2
5 Massachusetts Institute of Technology   97 62 34 16 12 34 0 1
6 Columbia University   96 69 32 15 22 15 6 6
7 Stanford University   84 54 25 13 16 27 3 1[Note 2]
8 California Institute of Technology   76 70 31 17 22 6 0 1[Note 2]
9 University of Oxford   72 53 15 19 19 9 5 6[Note 2]
10 Princeton University   69 42 29 9 4 21 5 1
11 Yale University   65 34 8 12 14 23 5 3
12 Cornell University   61 50 23 12 15 5 4 2
13 Humboldt University of Berlin   57 49 14 23 12 1 4 3
14 University of Paris[Note 3]   51 34 15 10[Note 4] 10 4 6 7
15 University of Göttingen   44 42 18 16 8 0 1 1
16 University of Munich   43 42 14 19 9 0 1 1[Note 2]
17 Johns Hopkins University   39 30 4 8 18 5 1 3
University of Copenhagen   39 34 19 7 8 3 2 1[Note 2]
19 New York University   38 20 3 5 12 14 2 2
Rockefeller University   38 38 1 11 26 0 0 0
21 University of Pennsylvania   36 25 4 10 11 11 0 0
22 University College London   34 31 5 7 19 2 1 0
23 ETH Zurich   32 32 11 17 4 0 0 0
24 University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign   30 27 11 5 11 3 0 0
University of Minnesota   30 15 7 4 4 12 2 1
26 University of California, San Diego   27 24 5 9 10 3 0 1[Note 2]
University of Heidelberg   27 24 11 8 5 0 1 2
28 University of Michigan   26 18 9 3 6 6 2 0
University of Wisconsin–Madison   26 23 6 7 10 2 1 0
30 University of California, Los Angeles   25 13 2 8 3 9 1 2
University of Manchester   25 22 11 9 2 3 0 0
Washington University in St. Louis   25 24 1 5 18 1 0 0

By affiliation type

Rank University Total Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff Overlap[Note 5]
1 Harvard University 161 80 55 78 -52
2 University of Cambridge 121 71 45 55 -50
3 University of California, Berkeley 110 34 42 52 -18
4 University of Chicago 100 34 49 39 -22
5 Massachusetts Institute of Technology 97 40 37 39 -19
6 Columbia University 96 44 33 38 -19
7 Stanford University 84 14 48 34 -12
8 California Institute of Technology 76 24 21 48 -17
9 University of Oxford 72 30 20 34 -12
10 Princeton University 69 20 27 31 -9
11 Yale University 65 22 31 24 -12
12 Cornell University 61 18 19 28 -4
13 Humboldt University of Berlin 57 33 21 14 -11
14 University of Paris 51 42 21 7 -19
15 University of Göttingen 44 20 12 17 -5
16 University of Munich 43 28 13 10 -8
17 Johns Hopkins University 39 16 15 16 -8
University of Copenhagen 39 12 9 25 -7
19 New York University 38 10 13 18 -3
Rockefeller University 38 3 27 14 -6
21 University of Pennsylvania 36 8 14 15 -1
22 University College London 34 9 12 14 -1
23 ETH Zurich 32 12 9 14 -3
24 University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign 30 11 10 14 -5
University of Minnesota 30 10 14 6 0
26 University of California, San Diego 27 3 16 8 0
University of Heidelberg 27 15 10 6 -4
28 University of Michigan 26 9 6 13 -2
University of Wisconsin–Madison 26 13 7 8 -2
30 University of California, Los Angeles 25 7 11 10 -3
University of Manchester 25 9 13 5 -2
Washington University in St. Louis 25 4 15 9 -3

Top 20 universities worldwide since 2000Edit

According to Wikipedia policies on no original research and objectivity/neutrality, it is impossible in Wikipedia to assign various weights to different types of affiliations. Hence, all types of affiliations count equally in the following table and throughout the whole page.

By subject

Rank University Total SCI Total[Note 1] PHY CHE P/M ECO LI PE
1 Harvard University   66 38 12 16 10 21 2 5
2 Massachusetts Institute of Technology   45 21 10 6 5 23 0 1
3 University of California, Berkeley   40 27 9 12 6 13 0 0
4 Stanford University   39 20 4 8 8 17 2 0
5 Yale University   34 16 4 9 3 16 1 1
6 Princeton University   33 16 11 4 1 16 1 0
University of Cambridge   33 25 6 9 10 6 1 1
8 California Institute of Technology   29 24 9 9 6 5 0 0
9 University of Chicago   25 11 7 3 1 12 1 1
10 Columbia University   22 12 2 6 4 4 2 4
11 University of Oxford   19 14 5 4 5 3 1 1
12 Cornell University   18 15 8 3 4 3 0 0
13 University of Pennsylvania   17 10 2 5 3 7 0 0
14 New York University   15 5 0 3 2 9 0 1
15 Johns Hopkins University   13 12 2 4 6 0 1 0
Kyoto University   13 12 5 4 3 1 0 0
17 Northwestern University   12 3 0 3 0 9 0 0
University of Paris   12 9 4 3 2 2 1 0
19 Hebrew University   11 5 1 4 0 6 0 0
University of Minnesota   11 1 0 1 0 9 1 0

By affiliation type

Rank University Total Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff Overlap
1 Harvard University 66 37 16 34 -21
2 Massachusetts Institute of Technology 45 23 19 14 -11
3 University of California, Berkeley 40 13 17 15 -5
4 Stanford University 39 10 18 19 -8
5 Yale University 34 10 20 12 -8
7 Princeton University 33 8 12 17 -4
University of Cambridge 33 17 8 18 -10
8 California Institute of Technology 29 9 5 21 -6
9 University of Chicago 25 7 14 10 -6
10 Columbia University 22 8 10 7 -3
11 University of Oxford 19 9 5 8 -3
12 Cornell University 18 6 4 9 -1
13 University of Pennsylvania 17 3 9 6 -1
14 New York University 15 3 5 8 -1
15 Johns Hopkins University 13 4 6 5 -2
Kyoto University 13 5 3 7 -2
17 Northwestern University 12 0 5 7 0
University of Paris 12 9 3 2 -2
19 Hebrew University 11 5 2 6 -2
University of Minnesota 11 4 5 2 0

Top 5 universities by region since 1901Edit

Rank Africa Asia Europe
University Total University Total University Total
1 University of Cape Town   5 Kyoto University   19 University of Cambridge   121
2 University of the Witwatersrand   4 University of Tokyo   16 University of Oxford   72
3 Cairo University   3 Hebrew University   15 Humboldt University of Berlin   57
4 Many (not displayed) 1 Nagoya University

Weizmann Institute of Science

 

 

6 University of Paris   51
5 - - - University of Göttingen   44
Rank Latin America North America Oceania
University Total University Total University Total
1 University of Buenos Aires   5 Harvard University   161 Australian National University

University of Melbourne

  8
2 National Autonomous University of Mexico   3 University of California, Berkeley   110 - - -
3 University of Chile   2 University of Chicago   100 University of Adelaide   5
4 Many (not displayed) 1 Massachusetts Institute of Technology   97 University of Sydney   4
5 Columbia University   96 University of Canterbury   3

Harvard University (1st)Edit

Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Harvard University, United States
Total: 161 (Univ Count: 51)[8]

Notes: 1) The following table only shows laureates since 2000. For complete list, please refer to the main article of Harvard's Nobel laureates (link above).

2) Harvard University's official count is not exhaustive and only presents a selection of Nobel laureates. It also includes Henry Cadbury who represented the American Friends Service Committee to receive the 1947 Nobel Peace Prize, and International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War which won 1985 Nobel Peace Prize. They are both excluded from the following list.

3) Affiliates of Radcliffe College ("Harvard Annex", 1879–1999) are not included in this list.[9]

4) "Morris Loeb Short-term Lectureship" (M.L.S Lecturer), "Lee Historical Lectureship" and "Charles Eliot Norton Professorship" are award-based visiting positions without employment-level duty, which are generally excluded from the list; on the other hand, "Morris Loeb Long-term Lectureship" (M.L.L Lecturer) usually carries teaching duty.[10][11]

Physics
  1. David Wineland[12] (PhD) - 2012
  2. Adam Riess[13] (PhD) - 2011
  3. Brian Schmidt[14] (PhD) - 2011
  4. Saul Perlmutter[15] (AB) - 2011
  5. Roy Glauber[16] (AB, PhD) - 2005
  6. David Politzer[17] (PhD) - 2004
  1. Roy Glauber[16] (Prof) - 2005*
  2. Riccardo Giacconi[18] (Prof) - 2002
  1. John M. Kosterlitz[19] (Vis Prof) - 2016
  2. Serge Haroche[20] (Vis Prof) - 2012
  3. Brian Schmidt[14] (PSD) - 2011
  4. David Gross[21] (Jr. Fel) - 2004
  5. David Politzer[17] (Jr. Fel) - 2004
  6. Frank Wilczek[22] (Vis Prof) - 2004
  7. Anthony Leggett[23] (Res Assoc) - 2003
Chemistry
  1. Jennifer Doudna[24] (PhD) - 2020
  2. George P. Smith[25] (PhD) - 2018
  3. Martin Karplus[26] (AB) - 2013
  4. Thomas Steitz[27] (PhD) - 2009
  5. Martin Chalfie[28] (AB, PhD) - 2008
  6. Roger Y. Tsien[29] (AB) - 2008
  7. Roger Kornberg[30] (AB) - 2006
  8. Richard Schrock[31] (PhD) - 2005
  9. William Standish Knowles[32] (AB) - 2001
  1. Martin Karplus[26] (Prof) - 2013*
  2. Roger Kornberg[30] (Asst Prof) - 2006
  3. Roderick MacKinnon[33] (Prof) - 2003
  1. Jennifer Doudna[24] (PSD) - 2020
  2. Arieh Warshel[34] (PSD) - 2013
  3. Robert Lefkowitz[35] (Teaching Fel) - 2012
  4. Thomas Steitz[27] (PSD) - 2009
  5. Roger Kornberg[30] (Jr. Fel) - 2006
  6. Aaron Ciechanover[36] (Vis Prof) - 2004
  7. Roderick MacKinnon[33] (PSD) - 2003
  8. Barry Sharpless[37] (PSD) - 2001
  9. Ryoji Noyori[38] (PSD) - 2001
  10. William S. Knowles[32][39] (PSD) - 2001
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Gregg L. Semenza[40] (AB) - 2019
  2. James Rothman[41] (PhD) - 2013
  3. Ralph Steinman[42] (MD) - 2011
  4. Mario Capecchi[43] (PhD) - 2007
  5. Craig Mello[44] (PhD) - 2006
  6. Robert Horvitz[45] (AM, PhD) - 2002
  7. Eric Kandel[46] (AB) - 2000
  1. William Kaelin Jr.[47] (Prof) - 2019*
  2. Jack Szostak[48] (Prof) - 2009*
  3. Linda Buck[49] (Prof) - 2004
  1. William Kaelin Jr.[47] (PSD) - 2019
Economics
  1. Robert B. Wilson[50] (AB, MBA, DBA) - 2020
  2. Abhijit Banerjee[51] (PhD) - 2019
  3. Michael Kremer[52] (AB, PhD) - 2019
  4. Lloyd Shapley[53] (AB) - 2012
  5. Christopher Sims[54] (AB, PhD) - 2011
  6. Thomas Sargent[55] (PhD) - 2011
  7. Eric Maskin[56] (AB, AM, PhD) - 2007
  8. Roger Myerson[57] (AB, PhD) - 2007
  9. Thomas Schelling[58] (PhD) - 2005
  10. Vernon L. Smith[59] (PhD) - 2002
  11. Michael Spence[60] (PhD) - 2001
  1. Abhijit Banerjee[51] (Asst Prof) - 2019
  2. Michael Kremer[52] (Prof) - 2019*
  3. Oliver S. Hart[61] (Prof) - 2016*
  4. Alvin Roth[62] (Prof) - 2012*
  5. Christopher Sims[54] (Asst Prof) - 2011
  6. Eric Maskin[56] (Prof) - 2007
  7. Thomas Schelling[58] (Prof) - 2005
  8. Michael Spence[60] (Prof) - 2001
  1. Abhijit Banerjee[51] (Vis Asst Prof) - 2019
  2. Michael Kremer[52] (Res) - 2019
  3. Jean Tirole[63] (Taussig Res Prof) - 2014
  4. Lars P. Hansen[64] (Vis Prof) - 2013
  5. Robert Shiller[65] (Vis Sch) - 2013
  6. Christopher Sims[54] (Inst) - 2011
  7. Thomas Sargent[55] (Vis Prof) - 2011
  8. Chris Pissarides[66] (Vis) - 2010
  9. Peter Diamond[67] (Vis) - 2010
  10. Oliver Williamson[68] (Taussig Res Prof) - 2009
  11. Leonid Hurwicz[69] (Vis Prof) - 2007
  12. Daniel Kahneman[70] (Lect) - 2002
Literature
  1. Mario Vargas Llosa[71] (Vis Prof) - 2010
  2. J. M. Coetzee[72][73] (Vis Prof) - 2003
Peace
  1. Juan Santos[74] (AM) - 2016
  2. Ellen Sirleaf[75] (AM) - 2011
  3. Barack Obama[76] (JD) - 2009
  4. Al Gore[77] (AB) - 2007
  1. Kim Dae-jung[78][79] (Vis Fel) - 2000

University of Cambridge (2nd)Edit

Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Total: 121 (Univ Count: 110)[80]

Notes: 1) The following table only shows laureates since 2000. For complete list, please refer to the main article of Cambridge's Nobel laureates (link above).

2) The official Fellows at various Colleges of Cambridge University are long-term academic staff with teaching/research duties.[81][82] On the contrary, the "Overseas Fellowship" in Churchill College and other similar visiting/honorary fellowships at the Colleges are award/honor-based visiting positions without employment-level duty, which are generally excluded from the list.[83][84][85]

3) Official academic affiliates of the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology (MRC LMB) are not considered as affiliates of the university starting May 28, 1962, when MRC LMB officially moved out of the Cavendish Laboratory to become a relatively independent department from the university.[86][87][88][89]

4) The Master of Arts degree at Cambridge is an academic rank instead of an academic qualification. Graduates convert their BA (which was awarded to all who completed undergraduate studies regardless of discipline) to an MA with no further studies or examination. They lose their BA in the process. [90]

Physics
  1. Roger Penrose[91] (MS, PhD) - 2020
  2. David Thouless[92] (MA) - 2016
  3. Duncan Haldane[93] (MA, PhD) - 2016
  4. John M. Kosterlitz[19] (MA) - 2016
  1. Didier Queloz[94] (Prof) - 2019*
  1. Michel Mayor[95] (Res) - 2019
  2. David Thouless[92] (Lect) - 2016
Chemistry
  1. Greg Winter[96] (MA, PhD) - 2018
  2. Richard Henderson[97] (PhD) - 2017
  3. Michael Levitt[98] (PhD) - 2013
  4. Roger Tsien[29] (PhD) - 2008
  5. Alan MacDiarmid[99] (PhD) - 2000
  1. Greg Winter[96] (Fel, Trinity) - 2018*
  2. Richard Henderson[97] (Fel, Darwin) - 2017
  3. Venki Ramakrishnan[100] (Fel, Trinity) - 2009
  1. Greg Winter[96] (PSD) - 2018
  2. Joachim Frank[101] (Sr. Res Asst) - 2017
  3. Thomas Steitz[102] (LMB PSD) - 2009
  4. Roger Tsien[29] (PSD) - 2008
  5. Richard Schrock[31] (PSD) - 2005
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Peter J. Ratcliffe[103] (M.B, M.D) - 2019
  2. Elizabeth Blackburn[104] (PhD) - 2009
  3. Martin Evans[105] (MA) - 2007
  4. John Sulston[106] (MA, PhD) - 2002
  5. Tim Hunt[107] (MA, PhD) - 2001
  1. John Gurdon[108] (Prof) - 2012*
  2. Robert G. Edwards[109] (Prof) - 2010*
  3. Martin Evans[110] (Fel, St Edmund's) - 2007
  4. Sydney Brenner[111] (Fel, King's) - 2002
  1. William Cecil Campbell[112] (Vis Res) - 2015
  2. Robert G. Edwards[109] (Ford Res Fel) - 2010
  3. Paul Greengard[113] (PSD) - 2000
Economics
  1. Oliver S. Hart[61] (MA) - 2016
  2. Angus Deaton[114] (MA, PhD) - 2015
  3. Joseph Stiglitz[115] (Grad Atten) - 2001
  1. William Nordhaus[116] (Sr. Vis) - 2018
  2. Oliver S. Hart[61] (Lect) - 2016
  3. Angus Deaton[114] (Overseas Fel, Churchill) - 2015
  4. Peter Diamond[67] (Overseas Fel, Churchill) - 2010
  5. Eric Maskin[56] (Res Fel, Jesus) - 2007
  6. Joseph Stiglitz[115] (Tapp Res Fel) - 2001
Literature
  1. Mario Vargas Llosa[117] (Simón Bolívar Prof) - 2010
Peace
  1. Kim Dae-jung[118][119] (Vis Fel, Clare Hall) - 2000

University of California, Berkeley (3rd)Edit

Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of California, Berkeley, United States
Total: 110 (Univ Count: 50)[120]

Notes: 1) The following table only shows laureates since 2000. For the complete list, please refer to the main article of Berkeley's Nobel laureates (link above).

2) The University Count of UC Berkeley is not exhaustive, as it only includes alumni, current faculty members, and deceased faculty who retired at Berkeley, once per person.

3) Official academic affiliates of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) before 1971 are included in the following list.[Note 6][121][122][123]

4) Official academic affiliates of Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) from 1947 to 1952 are included in the following list; war-time affiliates (Manhattan project) are excluded.[Note 7][124][125][126]

5) The "Charles M. and Martha Hitchcock Lectureship" is an award/honor-based visiting position without employment-level duty, which is generally excluded from the list.[127]

6) The "Visiting Miller Professorship" is an award/honor-based visiting position which carries research duty.[5]

Physics
  1. Barry Barish[128] (B.A, PhD) - 2017
  2. David Wineland[12] (B.S) - 2012
  3. Saul Perlmutter[15] (PhD) - 2011
  4. John C. Mather[129] (PhD) - 2006
  5. David Gross[21] (PhD) - 2004
  1. Reinhard Genzel[130] (Prof) - 2020*
  2. Saul Perlmutter[15] (Prof) - 2011*
  3. George Smoot[131] (Prof) - 2006*
  1. Reinhard Genzel[130] (Miller Fel) - 2020
  2. Barry Barish[128] (Res Fel) - 2017
  3. David Thouless[132] (PSD) - 2016
  4. Adam Riess[13] (Miller Fel) - 2011
Chemistry
  1. Frances Arnold[133] (PhD) - 2018
  2. Alan Heeger[134] (PhD) - 2000
  1. Jennifer Doudna[24] (Prof) - 2020*
  2. Paul Modrich[135] (Asst Prof) - 2015
  3. Eric Betzig[136] (Prof) - 2014
  4. Thomas Steitz[137] (Asst Prof) - 2009
  5. Roger Tsien[29] (Prof) - 2008
  1. Frances Arnold[133] (PSD) - 2018
  2. Joachim Frank[101] (PSD) - 2017
  3. Richard Henderson[97] (Vis Miller Prof) - 2017
  4. Aziz Sancar[138] (Vis Miller Prof) - 2015
  5. Gerhard Ertl[139] (Vis Prof) - 2007
  6. Kurt Wüthrich[140] (PSD & Vis Miller Prof) - 2002
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Carol Greider[141] (PhD) - 2009
  2. Andrew Fire[142] (B.A) - 2006
  1. James P. Allison[143] (Prof) - 2018
  2. Randy Schekman[144] (Prof) - 2013*
  3. Elizabeth Blackburn[104] (Prof) - 2009
  1. Sydney Brenner[145] (PSD) - 2002
Economics
  1. Christopher Sims[54] (Grad Atten) - 2011
  2. Thomas Sargent[55] (B.A) - 2011
  3. Thomas Schelling[58] (B.A) - 2005
  4. Daniel Kahneman[70] (PhD) - 2002
  1. Paul Romer[146] (Prof) - 2018
  2. Peter Diamond[67] (Prof) - 2010
  3. Oliver Williamson[68] (Prof) - 2009*
  4. Daniel Kahneman[70] (Prof) - 2002
  5. George Akerlof[147] (Prof) - 2001*
  6. Daniel McFadden[148] (Prof) - 2000*
  1. Paul Milgrom[149][150] (Ford Vis Res Prof) - 2020
  2. Chris Pissarides[66] (Vis) - 2010
  3. Oliver Williamson[68] (Vis Prof) - 2009
  4. Leonid Hurwicz[69][151] (Vis Prof) - 2007
  5. Robert Aumann[152] (Ford Vis Res Prof) - 2005

University of Chicago (4th)Edit

Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Chicago, United States
Total: 100 (Univ Count: 93)[153]

Notes: 1) The following table only shows laureates since 2000. For complete list, please refer to the main article of Chicago's Nobel laureates (link above).

2) Official academic affiliates of Marine Biological Laboratory starting 1 July 2013 are included in the list (e.g., Eric Betzig was a lecturer from 1 to 10 May 2013, and is thus not included).[154]

3) Official academic affiliates of Argonne National Laboratory (since 1946) are included in the list.[155][156]

4) Official academic affiliates of Fermilab are not included in this list, for it is not directly affiliated with or operated by UChicago. It is managed by Fermi Research Alliance LLC (since 2007), a partnership of the UChicago and Universities Research Association, a consortium of 89 research universities.[157]

5) Official academic affiliates of Cowles Foundation by 1955 are included in the list.[158]

Physics
  1. George E. Smith[159] (PhD) - 2009
  2. Frank Wilczek[22] (B.S) - 2004
  1. Yoichiro Nambu[160] (Prof) - 2008*
  2. Alexei A. Abrikosov[161] (Argonne) - 2003
  3. Masatoshi Koshiba[162] (Assoc Prof) - 2002
  1. Kip Thorne[163] (Vis Assoc Prof) - 2017
  2. Peter Grünberg[164] (Argonne Vis) - 2007
  3. Masatoshi Koshiba[162] (Res Assoc) - 2002
Chemistry
  1. John B. Goodenough[165] (M.S, PhD) - 2019
  2. Irwin Rose[166] (B.S, PhD) - 2004
  1. Ada Yonath[167] (Vis Sci) - 2009
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Bruce Beutler[168] (M.D) - 2011
Economics
  1. Paul Romer[146] (B.S, M.A, PhD) - 2018
  2. Eugene Fama[169] (M.B.A, PhD) - 2013
  1. Michael Kremer[170] (Prof) - 2019
  2. Paul Romer[146] (Prof) - 2018
  3. Richard Thaler[171] (Prof) - 2017*
  4. Eugene Fama[169] (Prof) - 2013*
  5. Lars P. Hansen[64] (Prof) - 2013*
  6. Thomas Sargent[55] (Prof) - 2011
  7. Roger Myerson[57] (Prof) - 2007*
  8. Edward Prescott[172] (Prof) - 2004
  9. James Heckman[173] (Prof) - 2000*
  1. Michael Kremer[52] (Vis Asst Prof) - 2019
  2. Bengt Holmström[174] (Vis Prof) - 2016
  3. Thomas Sargent[55] (Vis Prof) - 2011
  4. Leonid Hurwicz[69] (Res Assoc) - 2007
  5. Edward Prescott[172] (Vis Prof) - 2004
  6. Daniel McFadden[148] (Vis Assoc Prof) - 2000
Literature
  1. J. M. Coetzee[175] (Prof) - 2003*
Peace
  1. Barack Obama[176] (Sr. Lect) - 2009

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (5th)Edit

Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States
Total: 97 (Univ Count: 95)[177]

Notes: 1) The following table only shows laureates since 2000. For complete list, please refer to the main article of MIT's Nobel laureates (link above).

2) Official academic affiliates of MIT Radiation Laboratory and MIT Lincoln Laboratory are generally included in the list, excluding those who held military positions (non-academic) in the lab and those who participated only in military projects.[178]

3) The "Arthur D. Little Visiting Professorship/Lectureship" at the MIT Chemistry Department is an award/honor-based position without employment-level duty.[179][180]

Physics
  1. Andrea M. Ghez[181] (B.S) - 2020
  2. Rainer Weiss[182] (B.S, PhD) - 2017
  3. Adam Riess[13] (B.S) - 2011
  4. George Smoot[131] (B.S, PhD) - 2006
  5. Carl Wieman[183] (B.S) - 2001
  6. Eric Cornell[184] (PhD) - 2001
  1. Rainer Weiss[182] (Prof) - 2017*
  2. Frank Wilczek[22] (Prof) - 2004*
  3. Wolfgang Ketterle[185] (Prof) - 2001*
  1. Didier Queloz[186] (Vis) - 2019
  2. Serge Haroche[20] (Vis) - 2012
Chemistry
  1. Paul Modrich[135] (B.S) - 2015
  1. John B. Goodenough[165] (Lincoln) - 2019
  2. Richard Schrock[31] (Prof) - 2005*
  3. Barry Sharpless[37] (Prof) - 2001
  1. Ada Yonath[167] (PSD) - 2009
  2. Aaron Ciechanover[36] (PSD) - 2004
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Michael Rosbash[187] (PhD) - 2017
  2. Andrew Fire[142] (PhD) - 2006
  3. Robert Horvitz[45] (B.S) - 2002
  4. Leland Hartwell[188] (PhD) - 2001
  1. Robert Horvitz[45] (Prof) - 2002*
  1. James Rothman[41] (PSD) - 2013
Economics
  1. Esther Duflo[189] (PhD) - 2019
  2. Paul Romer[146] (Grad Atten) - 2018
  3. William Nordhaus[116] (PhD) - 2018
  4. Jean Tirole[63] (PhD) - 2014
  5. Robert Shiller[65] (M.S, PhD) - 2013
  6. Peter Diamond[67] (PhD) - 2010
  7. Oliver Williamson[68] (B.S) - 2009
  8. Paul Krugman[190] (PhD) - 2008
  9. Robert Aumann[152] (M.S, PhD) - 2005
  10. George Akerlof[147] (PhD) - 2001
  11. Joseph Stiglitz[115] (PhD) - 2001
  1. Esther Duflo[189] (Prof) - 2019*
  2. Abhijit Banerjee[51] (Prof) - 2019*
  3. Michael Kremer[52] (Prof) - 2019
  4. Bengt Holmström[174] (Prof) - 2016*
  5. Oliver S. Hart[61] (Prof) - 2016
  6. Jean Tirole[63] (Prof) - 2014
  7. Peter Diamond[67] (Prof) - 2010*
  8. Paul Krugman[190] (Prof) - 2008
  9. Eric Maskin[56] (Prof) - 2007
  10. Robert Engle[191] (Assoc Prof) - 2003
  11. Joseph Stiglitz[115] (Asst Prof) - 2001
  12. Daniel McFadden[148] (Prof) - 2000
  1. Michael Kremer[52] (PSD) - 2019
  2. Richard Thaler[171] (Vis Prof) - 2017
  3. Jean Tirole[63] (Vis Prof) - 2014
  4. Lars P. Hansen[64] (Vis Prof) - 2013
  5. Robert Shiller[65] (Vis Prof) - 2013
  6. Christopher Sims[54] (Vis Prof) - 2011
  7. Paul Krugman[190] (Vis Asst Prof) - 2008
  8. Leonid Hurwicz[69] (Res Asst) - 2007
  9. Edmund Phelps[192] (Vis Assoc Prof) - 2006
Peace
  1. Kofi Annan[193] (M.S) - 2001

Columbia University (6th)Edit

Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Columbia University, United States
Total: 96 (Univ Count: 84)[194]

Notes: 1) The following table only shows laureates since 2000. For complete list, please refer to the main article of Columbia's Nobel laureates (link above).

2) Official academic affiliates of Barnard College after 1900 (inclusive) and affiliates of Bard College by 1944 are included in the following list.[195][196]

3) The "Ingeborg Rennert Professorship", the "Global Fellowship" (SIPA) and the "Earnest Kempton Adams (EKA) Lectureship" are award/honor-based visiting positions without employment-level duty, which are generally excluded from the list.[197][198][199]

Physics
  1. Arthur Ashkin[200] (B.A) - 2018
  1. John C. Mather[129] (Lect) - 2006
Chemistry
  1. Robert Lefkowitz[201] (B.A, M.D) - 2012
  2. Robert Grubbs[202] (PhD) - 2005
  3. William S. Knowles[32] (PhD) - 2001
  1. Joachim Frank[101] (Prof) - 2017*
  2. Martin Karplus[203] (Prof) - 2013
  3. Martin Chalfie[28] (Prof) - 2008*
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Richard Axel[204] (B.A) - 2004
  1. James Rothman[41] (Prof) - 2013
  2. Richard Axel[204] (Prof) - 2004*
  3. Eric Kandel[205] (Prof) - 2000*
  1. Linda Buck[49] (PSD) - 2004
Economics
  1. Alvin Roth[62] (B.S) - 2012
  1. Edmund Phelps[192] (Prof) - 2006*
  2. Joseph Stiglitz[115] (Prof) - 2001*
  3. James Heckman[173] (Assoc Prof) - 2000
  1. Joseph Stiglitz[115] (Stern Vis Prof) - 2001
Literature
  1. Louise Glück (UG Atten)[206] – 2020
  1. Orhan Pamuk[207] (Prof) - 2006
  1. Orhan Pamuk[207] (Vis Sch) - 2006
Peace
  1. Barack Obama[76] (B.A) - 2009
  1. Leymah Gbowee[208] (Fel, Barnard) - 2011
  2. Liu Xiaobo[209] (Vis Sch) - 2010
  3. Al Gore[210] (Vis Prof) - 2007

Stanford University (7th)Edit

Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Stanford University, United States
Total: 84 (Univ Count: 51)[211]

Notes: 1) The following table only shows laureates since 2000. For complete list, please refer to the main article of Stanford's Nobel laureates (link above).

2) Official academic affiliates of Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (1962–2008) and SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory (2008– ) are included in this list.[212][213]

3) Official academic affiliates of the Hoover Institution and the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences (since 2008) are included in the list.[214]

Physics
  1. Carl Wieman[183] (PhD) - 2001
  2. Eric Cornell[184] (B.S) - 2001
  1. Theodor Hänsch[215] (Prof) - 2005
  2. Carl Wieman[216] (Prof) - 2001
  1. Serge Haroche[20] (PSD) - 2012
Chemistry
  1. Paul Modrich[135] (PhD) - 2015
  2. Roger Kornberg[30] (PhD) - 2006
  3. Barry Sharpless[37] (PhD) - 2001
  1. William Moerner[217] (Prof) - 2014*
  2. Michael Levitt[98] (Prof) - 2013*
  3. Brian Kobilka[218] (Prof) - 2012*
  4. Roger Kornberg[30] (Prof) - 2006*
  5. Barry Sharpless[37] (Prof) - 2001
  1. M. Stanley Whittingham[219] (PSD) -2019
  2. Robert Grubbs[202] (PSD) - 2005
  3. Barry Sharpless[37] (PSD) - 2001
Physiological or Medicine
  1. Randy Schekman[144] (PhD) - 2013
  1. James Rothman[41] (Prof) - 2013
  2. Thomas Südhof[220] (Prof) - 2013*
  3. Andrew Fire[142] (Prof) - 2006*
  1. James P. Allison[143] (Vis Sch) - 2018
  2. Michael W. Young[221] (PSD) - 2017
  3. Paul Lauterbur[222] (Res) - 2003
  4. Leland Hartwell[188] (Vis) - 2001
Economics
  1. Paul Milgrom[150] (MS, PhD) - 2020
  2. Bengt Holmström[174] (M.S, PhD) - 2016
  3. Alvin Roth[62] (M.S, PhD) - 2012
  4. Oliver Williamson[68] (M.B.A) - 2009
  1. Robert B. Wilson[50] (Prof) - 2020*
  2. Paul Milgrom[150] (Prof) - 2020*
  3. Paul Romer[146] (Prof) - 2018
  4. Alvin Roth[62] (Prof) - 2012
  5. Thomas Sargent[55] (Prof) - 2011
  6. Paul Krugman[190] (Prof) - 2008
  7. Joseph Stiglitz[115] (Prof) - 2001
  8. Michael Spence[60] (Prof) - 2001*
  1. Richard Thaler[171] (Res Fel) - 2017
  2. Bengt Holmström[174] (Vis Prof) - 2016
  3. Jean Tirole[63] (Vis Sch) - 2014
  4. Lars P. Hansen[64] (Vis Prof) - 2013
  5. Thomas Sargent[55] (Vis Sch) - 2011
  6. Leonid Hurwicz[69] (Vis Prof) - 2007
  7. Robert Aumann[152] (Vis Prof) - 2005
  8. Finn Kydland[223] (National Fel) - 2004
  9. Vernon L. Smith[59] (Vis Prof) - 2002
Literature
  1. Louise Glück[224] (Vis Prof) - 2020
  2. J. M. Coetzee[225] (Vis Prof) - 2003
Peace

California Institute of Technology (8th)Edit

Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
California Institute of Technology, United States
Total: 76 (Univ Count: 40)[226]

Notes: 1) The following table only shows laureates since 2000. For complete list, please refer to the main article of Caltech's Nobel laureates (link above).

2) The University Count of Caltech does not include short-term academic staff.

3) Official academic affiliates of Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) are included in the following list.[227]

4) The "Sherman Fairchild Distinguished Visiting Scholar" and "Gordon Moore Distinguished Scholar" are award/honor-based visiting positions without employment-level duty.[228][229]

Physics
  1. Andrea M. Ghez[181] (PhD) - 2020
  2. Kip Thorne[230] (B.S) - 2017
  3. Arthur B. McDonald[231] (PhD) - 2015
  1. Barry Barish[128] (Prof) - 2017*
  2. Kip Thorne[230] (Prof) - 2017*
  3. David Politzer[17] (Prof) - 2004*
  1. Didier Queloz[232] (JPL Vis) - 2019
  2. Barry Barish[128] (Res Fel) - 2017
  3. Roy Glauber[16] (Lect) - 2005
  4. Theodor Hänsch[215] (Moore Sch) - 2005
  5. David Politzer[17] (Vis Assoc) - 2004
  6. Masatoshi Koshiba[162] (Fairchild Sch) - 2002
Chemistry
  1. Eric Betzig[233] (B.S) - 2014
  2. Martin Karplus[26] (PhD) - 2013
  1. Frances Arnold[133] (Prof) - 2018*
  2. Robert Grubbs[202] (Prof) - 2005*
  1. Frances Arnold[133] (PSD) - 2018
  2. Joachim Frank[101] (PSD) - 2017
  3. Thomas Steitz[27][234] (Fairchild Sch) - 2009
  4. Gerhard Ertl[139] (Vis Prof) - 2007
  5. Richard Schrock[235][236] (Fairchild Sch) - 2005
  6. Kurt Wüthrich[140] (Vis Assoc) - 2002
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Charles M. Rice[237] (PhD) - 2020
  2. Michael Rosbash[187] (B.S) - 2017
  3. Leland Hartwell[188] (B.S) - 2001
  1. Charles M. Rice[237] (PSD) - 2020
  2. Jeffrey C. Hall[238] (PSD) - 2017
  3. John Gurdon[108] (PSD) - 2012
  4. Robert G. Edwards[109] (PSD) - 2010
Economics
  1. Vernon L. Smith[59] (B.S) - 2002
  1. Lloyd Shapley[53] (Sr. Res Fel) - 2012
  2. Dale Mortensen[239] (Vis Prof) - 2010
  3. Leonid Hurwicz[69] (Vis Prof) - 2007
  4. Vernon L. Smith[59] (Vis Prof) - 2002
  5. Daniel McFadden[148] (Fairchild Sch) - 2000

University of Oxford (9th)Edit

Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Oxford, United Kingdom
Total: 72 (Univ Count: 54)[240]

Notes: 1) The following table only shows laureates since 2000. For complete list, please refer to the main article of Oxford's Nobel laureates (link above). The University count of Oxford does not include affiliates who came to Oxford after receiving their Nobel Prize.

2) The official Fellows at the various colleges of Oxford University are long-term academic staff with teaching/research duties. On the other hand, various visiting fellowships and honorary fellowships are award/honor-based visiting positions without employment-level duty, which are generally excluded from the list.

3) The "Sanjay Lall Visiting Professorship" and "Christensen Fellowships" at Oxford are award/honor-based visiting positions without employment-level duty, which are generally excluded from the list.[241][242] On the other hand, the "George Eastman Visiting Professorship" is an award/honor-based visiting position which carries teaching duty;[243][244] and, the "Newton Abraham Visiting Professorship" is an award/honor-based visiting position which carries employment-level duties (Fellow of Lincoln College).[245]

4) The Master of Arts (MA) degree at Oxford is an academic rank rather than an academic qualification. The BA is awarded to all who complete undergraduate studies, regardless of discipline. This is later converted to an MA with no further studies or examination. Academics in the Congregation are conferred the MA in order to obtain the right to vote.[246] The Doctor of Philosophy degree at Oxford is styled as "DPhil" instead of "PhD".[247]

Physics
  1. John M. Kosterlitz[19] (DPhil) - 2016
  2. Anthony Leggett[23] (MA, DPhil) - 2003
  1. Roger Penrose[91] (Prof) - 2020*
  1. Arthur B. McDonald[231] (Vis) - 2015
  2. Frank Wilczek[22] (Vis Prof) - 2004
  3. Anthony Leggett[23] (Res Assoc) - 2003
Chemistry
  1. M. Stanley Whittingham[219] (MA, DPhil) - 2019
  1. John B. Goodenough[165] (Prof) - 2019
  1. Stefan Hell[248] (Vis Sci) - 2014
  2. Martin Karplus[26] (PSD) - 2013
Physiology or Medicine
  1. John Gurdon[108] (MA, DPhil) - 2012
  2. Oliver Smithies[249] (MA, DPhil) - 2007
  3. Sydney Brenner[145] (DPhil) - 2002
  1. Peter J. Ratcliffe[103] (Prof) - 2019*
  2. Paul Nurse[250] (Prof) - 2001
  1. John Gurdon[108] (Lect) - 2012
Economics
  1. Michael Spence[60] (MA) - 2001
  1. Joseph Stiglitz[115] (Prof) - 2001
  1. Peter Diamond[67] (Vis) - 2010
  2. Joseph Stiglitz[115] (Vis Fel, St. Catherine's) - 2001
Literature
  1. V. S. Naipaul[251] (MA) - 2001
Peace
  1. Malala Yousafzai[252] (BA) - 2014

Princeton University (10th)Edit

Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Princeton University, United States
Total: 69 (Univ Count: 44)[253]

Notes: 1) The following table only shows laureates since 2000. For complete list, please refer to the main article of Princeton's Nobel laureates (link above).

2) Princeton's University Count only includes alumni and academic staff who "have performed their award-winning work at Princeton, were employed by Princeton when they received their award, or are currently working at the University".[253]

3) Unlike the "Long-term Visiting Fellow" program, the "Belknap Visitor" and the "Short-term Visiting Fellow" programs of Council of Humanities at Princeton are award/honor-based visiting positions without employment-level duty, which are generally excluded from the list.[254]

Physics
  1. Jim Peebles[255] (PhD) - 2019
  2. Kip Thorne[230] (M.A, PhD) - 2017
  3. Frank Wilczek[22] (M.A, PhD) - 2004
  1. Jim Peebles[255] (Prof) - 2019*
  2. Duncan Haldane[93] (Prof) - 2016*
  3. Arthur B. McDonald[231] (Prof) - 2015
  4. David Gross[21] (Prof) - 2004
  1. Roger Penrose[91] (Res Fel, Vis Prof) - 2020
  2. Donna Strickland[256] (Res) - 2018
  3. Kip Thorne[230] (PSD) - 2017
  4. Rainer Weiss[182] (PSD) - 2017
  5. John M. Kosterlitz[19] (Vis Prof) - 2016
  6. Riccardo Giacconi[18] (Res Assoc) - 2002
Chemistry
  1. Frances Arnold[133] (B.S) - 2018
  1. John B. Fenn[257] (Prof) - 2002
  1. Tomas Lindahl[258] (PSD) - 2015
  2. Osamu Shimomura[259] (Res) - 2008
Physiology or Medicine
  1. James Rothman[41] (Prof) - 2013
Economics
  1. Oliver S. Hart[61] (PhD) - 2016
  2. Lloyd Shapley[53] (PhD) - 2012
  3. Michael Spence[60] (B.A) - 2001
  4. James Heckman[173] (M.A, PhD) - 2000
  1. Abhijit Banerjee[51] (Asst Prof) - 2019
  2. Angus Deaton[114] (Prof) - 2015*
  3. Christopher Sims[54] (Prof) - 2011*
  4. Paul Krugman[260] (Prof) - 2008*
  5. Daniel Kahneman[70] (Prof) - 2002*
  6. Joseph Stiglitz[115] (Prof) - 2001
  1. Esther Duflo[189] (Vis) - 2019
  2. Angus Deaton[114] (Vis Prof) - 2015
  3. Jean Tirole[63] (Vis Sch) - 2014
  4. Lloyd Shapley[53] (Fine Inst) - 2012
  5. Thomas Sargent[261] (Vis Prof) - 2011
  6. Chris Pissarides[66] (Vis) - 2010
  7. Eric Maskin[56] (Vis Lect) - 2007
  8. Robert Aumann[152] (Res Assoc) - 2005
Literature
  1. Mario Vargas Llosa[262] (Vis Prof) - 2010
Peace

Yale University (11th)Edit

Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Yale University, United States
Total: 65

Notes: 1) The following table only shows laureates since 2000. For complete list, please refer to the main article of Yale's Nobel laureates (link above).

2) Official academic affiliates of Cowles Foundation after 1955 are included in this list (when the Foundation moved to Yale).[263]

Physics
  1. Raymond Davis Jr.[264] (PhD) - 2002
  1. David Thouless[92] (Prof) - 2016
  2. Serge Haroche[20] (Prof) - 2012
  1. Charles Kao[265] (Adj Prof) - 2009
Chemistry
  1. John B. Goodenough[165] (B.A) - 2019
  2. Brian Kobilka[218] (M.D) - 2012
  3. John B. Fenn[257] (PhD) - 2002
  1. Jennifer Doudna[24] (Prof) - 2020
  2. Thomas Steitz[27] (Prof) - 2009*
  3. Irwin Rose[166] (Prof) - 2004
  4. John B. Fenn[257] (Prof) - 2002
  1. Richard Henderson[97] (PSD) - 2017
  2. Aziz Sancar[266] (PSD) - 2015
  3. Venki Ramakrishnan[100] (PSD) - 2009
Physiology or Medicine
  1. James Rothman[41] (B.A) - 2013
  1. James Rothman[41] (Prof) - 2013*
  2. Paul Greengard[113] (Prof) - 2000
  1. Elizabeth Blackburn[104] (PSD) - 2009
Economics
  1. William Nordhaus[116] (B.A, M.A) - 2018
  2. Peter Diamond[67] (B.A) - 2010
  3. Paul Krugman[260] (B.A) - 2008
  4. Edmund Phelps[192] (PhD) - 2006
  5. George Akerlof[147] (B.A) - 2001
  1. Paul Milgrom[150] (Prof) - 2020
  2. William Nordhaus[116] (Prof) - 2018*
  3. Bengt Holmström[174] (Prof) - 2016
  4. Robert Shiller[65] (Prof) - 2013*
  5. Christopher Sims[54] (Prof) - 2011
  6. Oliver Williamson[68] (Prof) - 2009
  7. Paul Krugman[260] (Asst Prof) - 2008
  8. Edmund Phelps[192] (Assoc Prof) - 2006
  9. Thomas Schelling[58] (Prof) - 2005
  10. Joseph Stiglitz[115] (Prof) - 2001
  11. James Heckman[173] (Prof) - 2000
  1. Paul Milgrom[150] (Vis Prof) - 2020
  2. Christopher Sims[54] (Vis Prof) - 2011
  3. Chris Pissarides[66] (Vis) - 2010
  4. Robert Aumann[152] (Vis Prof) - 2005
  5. Daniel McFadden[148] (Irving Fisher Prof) - 2000
  6. James Heckman[173] (Vis Prof) - 2000
Literature
  1. Louise Glück[267] (Adj Prof) – 2020
Peace
  1. Wangari Maathai[268] (McCluskey Vis Fel) - 2004

Cornell University (12th)Edit

Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Cornell University, United States
Total: 61 (Univ Count: 50)[269]

Notes: 1) The following table only shows laureates since 2000. For complete list, please refer to the main article of Cornell's Nobel laureates (link above). The University Count of Cornell does not include short-term academic staff (Fritz Lipmann being an exception).

2) The "Baker Lectureship" is an award/honor-based visiting position without employment-level duty, which is generally excluded from the list.[270]

3) The "A.D White Professorship-at-Large (A.D.W Professor)" at Cornell is an academic appointment which has a definite duration of appointment (six years). This is similar to adjunct professorship instead of usual visiting professorship (note that the University Count considers the A.D White Professors as full-time academic staff).[271]

Physics
  1. Arthur Ashkin[200] (PhD) - 2018
  2. David Thouless[92] (PhD) - 2016
  1. François Englert[272] (Asst Prof) - 2013
  1. Roger Penrose[91][273] (Vis Res) - 2020
  2. Kip Thorne[230] (A.D.W Prof) - 2017
  3. John M. Kosterlitz[19] (PSD) - 2016
  4. François Englert[272] (Res Assoc) - 2013
  5. Anthony Leggett[23] (Vis Prof) - 2002
  6. Carl Wieman[274] (A.D.W Prof) - 2001
Chemistry
  1. Eric Betzig[233] (PhD) - 2014
  2. William Moerner[217] (M.S, PhD) - 2014
  1. Joachim Frank[101] (PSD) - 2017
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Jack Szostak[48] (PhD) - 2009
  1. Charles M. Rice[275] (Adj Prof) - 2020
  2. James P. Allison[143] (Prof) - 2018
  1. Paul Greengard[269] (A.D.W Prof) - 2000
Economics
  1. Robert Engle[191] (M.S, PhD) - 2003
  1. Richard Thaler[171] (Prof) - 2017
  1. Dale Mortensen[239] (Vis Prof) - 2010

Humboldt University of Berlin (13th)Edit

Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany
Total: 57 (Univ Count: 29)[276]

Notes: 1) The following table only shows laureates since 2000. For complete list, please refer to the main article of HU Berlin's Nobel laureates (link above).

2) The majority of "Honorary Professorships" in Germany are awards/honors without employment-level duties, and are thus excluded from the list, unless the laureates indicate that their positions are official academic affiliations/carry employment-level duties.

Chemistry
  1. Emmanuelle Charpentier[277] (Hon Prof) - 2020*

University of Paris (14th)Edit

Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Paris, France
Total: 51

Notes: 1) The original University of Paris dissolved into 13 successors (University of Paris I-XIII) in 1970, and there has been another round of systematic reorganization since 2010, with a new University of Paris established in 2019.[278] Currently, this list considers official academic affiliates of the still existing successors (of I-XIII) as well as their successors, if any, including the new University of Paris (V & VII), Sorbonne University (IV & VI) and Paris-Saclay University (XI). However, affiliates of Paris Dauphine University (IX) after 2019 are not considered here since it became a constituent college of Paris Sciences et Lettres University which was established as a university in 2019.

2) Official academic affiliates of École Normale Supérieure (ENS) between 10 November 1903 and 3 February 1953 are included below.[279]

3) Léon Jouhaux was only taking courses at several universities including the Sorbonne while self-studying, instead of enrolling in any degree-program. He is thus excluded from the list.[280][281]

Physics
  1. Gérard Mourou[282] (PhD) - 2018
  2. Serge Haroche[20] (PhD) - 2012
  3. Albert Fert[283] (PhD) - 2007
  4. Pierre de Gennes[284] (PhD) - 1991
  5. Louis Néel[285] (ENS B.A) - 1970
  6. Alfred Kastler[286] (ENS B.A, ENS PhD) - 1966
  7. Louis de Broglie[287] (B.S, PhD) - 1929
  8. Jean Perrin[288] (PhD) - 1926
  9. Gabriel Lippmann[289] (PhD) - 1908
  10. Marie Curie[290] (PhD) - 1903
  11. Pierre Curie[291] (PhD) - 1903
  1. Serge Haroche[20] (Prof) - 2012
  2. Albert Fert[283] (Prof) - 2007*
  3. George Smoot[131] (Prof) - 2006
  4. Claude Cohen-Tannoudji[292] (Prof) - 1997
  5. Louis de Broglie[287] (Prof) - 1929*
  6. Jean Perrin[288] (Prof) - 1926*
  7. Gabriel Lippmann[289] (Prof) - 1908*
  8. Marie Curie[290] (Prof) - 1903
  9. Pierre Curie[291] (Prof) - 1903
  1. Murray Gell-Mann[293] (Vis Prof) - 1969
  2. Alfred Kastler[286] (Res) - 1966
  3. Charles Townes[294] (Vis) - 1964
Chemistry
  1. Emmanuelle Charpentier[277] (B.S, M.S, PhD) - 2020
  2. Gerhard Ertl[139] (UG Atten) - 2007
  3. Frédéric Joliot-Curie[295] (PhD) - 1935
  4. Irène Joliot-Curie[296] (B.S, PhD) - 1935
  5. Marie Curie[290] (PhD) - 1911
  6. Henri Moissan[297] (PhD) - 1906
  7. Jacobus Hoff[298] (Atten) - 1901
  1. Frédéric Joliot-Curie[295] (Prof) - 1935*
  2. Irène Joliot-Curie[296] (Prof) - 1935*
  3. Marie Curie[290] (Prof) - 1911*
  4. Henri Moissan[297] (Prof) - 1906*
  1. Michael Levitt[98] (Vis) - 2013
  2. Jaroslav Heyrovský[299][300] (Rockefeller Fel) - 1959
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Françoise Barré-Sinoussi[301] (B.S, PhD) - 2008
  2. Luc Montagnier[302] (M.D) - 2008
  3. Bert Sakmann[303] (UG Atten) - 1991
  4. Jean Dausset[304][305] (M.D) - 1980
  5. André Lwoff[306] (M.D, PhD) - 1965
  6. François Jacob[307] (M.D, PhD) - 1965
  7. Jacques Monod[308] (PhD) - 1965
  8. André Cournand[309] (B.S, M.D) - 1956
  9. Charles Nicolle[310] (Med Atten) - 1928
  10. Charles Richet[311] (M.D, PhD) - 1913
  1. Jean Dausset[304] (Prof) - 1980*
  2. André Lwoff[306] (Prof) - 1965
  3. Jacques Monod[308] (Prof) - 1965
  4. Charles Richet[311] (Prof) - 1913*
Economics
  1. Jean Tirole[63] (PhD) - 2014
  2. Maurice Allais[312] (D.Eng) - 1988
  3. Gérard Debreu[313] (PhD) - 1983
  1. Maurice Allais[312] (Prof) - 1988
  1. Oliver Williamson[68] (Vis Prof) - 2009
Literature
  1. Patrick Modiano[314] (UG Atten) - 2014
  2. Jean-Paul Sartre[315] (B.A, M.A) - 1964
  3. Giorgos Seferis[316] (LLB) - 1963
  4. T.S. Eliot[317] (Grad Atten) - 1948
  5. Henri Bergson[318] (PhD) - 1927
  6. Romain Rolland[319] (PhD) - 1915
  1. Romain Rolland[320][321] (Prof) - 1915
Peace
  1. René Cassin[322] (DCL) - 1968
  2. Albert Schweitzer[323] (Grad Atten) - 1952
  3. Ferdinand Buisson[324] (B.A) - 1927
  4. Léon Bourgeois[325] (DCL) - 1920
  5. Louis Renault[326] (DCL) - 1907
  6. Charles Gobat[327] (Law Atten) - 1902
  1. René Cassin[322] (Prof) - 1968
  2. Ferdinand Buisson[324] (Prof) - 1927
  3. Louis Renault[326] (Prof) - 1907*
  1. Auguste Beernaert[328] (Vis Fel) - 1909

University of Göttingen (15th)Edit

Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Göttingen, Germany
Total: 44 (Univ Count: 44)[329][330]

Notes: 1) The affiliations of several laureates in the University Count are actually affiliations with the city of Göttingen instead of with the university.

2) Members of Göttingen Academy of Sciences and Humanities are not included in the list, for the organization has no affiliation with the university.[331]

Physics
  1. Herbert Kroemer[332] (B.A, PhD) - 2000
  2. Hans Dehmelt[333] (B.A, PhD) - 1989
  3. Maria Mayer[334] (PhD) - 1963
  4. Max Born[335] (PhD) - 1954
  5. Werner Heisenberg[336] (Grad Atten) - 1932
  6. Gustav Hertz[337] (UG Atten) - 1925
  7. Max Laue[338] (UG Atten) - 1914
  8. Wilhelm Wien[339] (UG Atten) - 1911
  1. Max Born[335] (Prof) - 1954
  2. James Franck[340] (Prof) - 1925*
  3. Max Laue[338] (Prof) - 1914
  1. Hans Dehmelt[333] (Res Assoc) - 1989
  2. Wolfgang Paul[341] (Lect) - 1989
  3. Nevill Mott[342] (PSD) - 1977
  4. Eugene Wigner[343] (Res Asst) - 1963
  5. Patrick Blackett[344] (Vis Fel) - 1948
  6. Wolfgang Pauli[345] (Res Asst) - 1945
  7. Paul Dirac[346][347] (PSD) - 1933
  8. Enrico Fermi[348] (PSD) - 1938
  9. Robert Millikan[349] (PSD) - 1923
  10. Johannes Stark[350] (Lect) - 1919
Chemistry
  1. Manfred Eigen[351] (PhD) - 1967
  2. Adolf Butenandt[352] (PhD) - 1939
  3. Norman Haworth[353] (PhD) - 1937
  4. Irving Langmuir[354] (PhD) - 1932
  5. Otto Wallach[355] (PhD) - 1910
  1. Stefan Hell[248] (Prof) - 2014
  2. Peter Debye[356] (Prof) - 1936
  3. Adolf Windaus[357] (Prof) - 1928*
  4. Richard Zsigmondy[358] (Prof) - 1925*
  5. Walther Nernst[359] (Prof) - 1920
  6. Otto Wallach[355] (Prof) - 1910*
  1. Thomas Steitz[27][234] (Macy Fel) - 2009
  2. Dudley Herschbach[360] (Vis Prof) - 1986
  3. Gerhard Herzberg[361] (PSD) - 1971
  4. Lars Onsager[362] (Vis Gauss Prof) - 1968
  5. Hans Euler-Chelpin[363] (Res) - 1929
  6. Theodore W. Richards[364][365] (Res) - 1914
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Thomas Südhof[220] (PhD) - 2013
  2. Bert Sakmann[303] (M.D) - 1991
  3. Max Delbrück[366][367] (PhD) - 1969
  4. Hans A. Krebs[368] (Med Atten) - 1953
  5. Robert Koch[369] (M.D) - 1905
  1. Bert Sakmann[303] (Prof) - 1991
  2. Erwin Neher[370] (Prof) - 1991
  3. Paul Ehrlich[371][330] (Prof) - 1908*
  1. Élie Metchnikoff[372] (Res) - 1908
Literature
  1. Rudolf Eucken[373][329] (PhD) - 1908
Peace
  1. Ludwig Quidde[374] (PhD) - 1927

University of Munich (16th)Edit

Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Munich, Germany
Total: 43 (Univ Count: 14)[375]

Notes: 1) The majority of "Honorary Professorships" in Germany are awards/honors without employment-level duties, and are thus excluded from the list, unless the laureates indicate that their positions are official academic affiliations/carry employment-level duties.

Physics
  1. Wolfgang Ketterle[185] (PhD) - 2001
  2. Hans Bethe[376] (PhD) - 1967
  3. Wolfgang Pauli[345] (PhD) - 1945
  4. Werner Heisenberg[336] (PhD) - 1932
  5. Gustav Hertz[337] (UG Atten) - 1925
  6. Johannes Stark[350] (PhD) - 1919
  7. Max Planck[377] (PhD) - 1918
  8. Max Laue[338] (Grad Atten) - 1914
  1. Reinhard Genzel[130] (Hon Prof) - 2020*
  2. Theodor Hänsch[215] (Prof) - 2005*
  3. Wilhelm Wien[339] (Prof) - 1911
  4. Wilhelm Röntgen[378] (Prof) - 1901*
  1. Nico Bloembergen[379] (Vis Prof) - 1981
  2. Hans Bethe[376] (Lect) - 1967
  3. Isidor Rabi[380] (Res Fel) - 1944
  4. Max Laue[338] (Privatdozent) - 1914
Chemistry
  1. Joachim Frank[101] (M.S) - 2017
  2. Gerhard Ertl[139] (UG Atten) - 2007
  3. Hartmut Michel[381] (Grad Atten) - 1988
  4. Odd Hassel[382] (Grad Atten) - 1969
  5. Hermann Staudinger[383][384] (UG Atten) - 1953
  6. Otto Hahn[385] (UG Atten) - 1944
  7. Richard Kuhn[386] (PhD) - 1938
  8. Peter Debye[356] (PhD) - 1936
  9. Hans Fischer[387] (M.D) - 1930
  10. Heinrich Wieland[388] (PhD) - 1927
  11. Richard Zsigmondy[358] (PhD) - 1925
  12. Richard Willstätter[389] (PhD) - 1915
  13. Eduard Buchner[390] (PhD) - 1907
  1. Gerhard Ertl[139] (Prof) - 2007
  2. Ernst Otto Fischer[391] (Prof) - 1973
  3. Adolf Butenandt[352] (Prof) - 1939
  4. Heinrich Wieland[388] (Prof) - 1927*
  5. Richard Willstätter[389] (Prof) - 1915*
  6. Adolf von Baeyer[392] (Prof) - 1905*
  7. Emil Fischer[393] (Assoc Prof) - 1902
  1. Linus Pauling[394] (Guggenheim Fel) - 1954
  2. Wendell Stanley[395] (NRC Fel) - 1946
  3. Hans Fischer[387] (Lect) - 1930
  4. Eduard Buchner[390] (Lect) - 1907
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Günter Blobel[396] (UG Atten) - 1999
  2. Bert Sakmann[303] (M.D) - 1991
  3. Feodor Lynen[397] (PhD) - 1964
  4. Fritz Lipmann[398] (UG Atten) - 1953
  5. Otto Loewi[399] (Med Atten) - 1936
  6. Hans Spemann[400][401] (UG Atten) - 1935
  1. Karl von Frisch[402] (Prof) - 1973*
  2. Feodor Lynen[397] (Prof) - 1964
  1. Haldan Hartline[403][404] (Res Fel) - 1967
  2. Philip Hench[405][406] (Vis) - 1950
Literature
  1. Thomas Mann[407][408] (UG Atten) - 1929
Peace
  1. Linus Pauling[394] (Guggenheim Fel) - 1962

Johns Hopkins University (17th, Tie)Edit

Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Johns Hopkins University, United States
Total: 39 (Univ Count: 29)[409]

Notes: 1) The following table only shows laureates since 2000. For complete list, please refer to the main article of Johns Hopkins' Nobel laureates (link above).

Physics
  1. Adam Riess[13] (Prof) - 2011*
  2. Riccardo Giacconi[18] (Prof) - 2002
Chemistry
  1. Aziz Sancar[266] (Grad Atten) - 2015
  2. Peter Agre[410] (M.D) - 2003
  1. Peter Agre[410] (Prof) - 2003*
  1. Daniel Shechtman[411] (Vis Res) - 2011
  2. Kurt Wüthrich[140] (Sch in Residence) - 2002
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Richard Axel[204] (M.D) - 2004
  2. Paul Greengard[113] (PhD) - 2000
  1. Gregg L. Semenza[40] (Prof) - 2019*
  2. Carol Greider[141] (Prof) - 2009*
  3. Andrew Fire[142] (Prof) - 2006
  1. Gregg L. Semenza[40] (PSD) - 2019
  2. William Kaelin Jr.[47] (Med Res) - 2019
Literature
  1. J.M. Coetzee[73] (Hinkley Prof) - 2003

University of Copenhagen (17th, Tie)Edit

Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Total: 39 (Univ Count: 9)[412]

Notes: 1) The following table only shows laureates since 2000. For complete list, please refer to the main article of Copenhagen's Nobel laureates (link above).

2) Official academic affiliates of the Niels Bohr Institute (formerly, the Copenhagen Institute for Theoretical Physics) are included in this list.

Physics
  1. Andre Geim[413] (PSD) - 2010
  2. David Gross[414] (Vis Prof) - 2004
Economics
  1. William Nordhaus[116] (Adj Prof) - 2018

New York University (19th, Tie)Edit

Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
New York University, United States
Total: 38 (Univ Count: 24)[415]

Notes: 1) Rudolf Eucken was a Deem Lecturer giving public lectures at the University.[373] He is thus excluded from the list.

2) Wole Soyinka, being Scholar-in-Residence for a series of public lectures, is excluded from the list.[416]

Physics
  1. Frederick Reines[417] (PhD) - 1995
  2. Martin Perl[418] (B.S) - 1995
  3. Clifford Shull[419] (PhD) - 1994
Chemistry
  1. Rudolph Marcus[420] (Prof) - 1992
  2. Robert Mulliken[421] (Asst Prof) - 1966
  1. Emmanuelle Charpentier[277] (Asst Res) - 2020
  2. Avram Hershko[422] (Adj Prof) - 2004
  3. Irwin Rose[166] (PSD) - 2004
Physiology or Medicine
  1. John O'Keefe[423] (UG Atten) - 2014
  2. Eric Kandel[205] (M.D) - 2000
  3. Gertrude Elion[424] (M.S) - 1988
  4. Julius Axelrod[425] (M.A) - 1970
  5. George Wald[426] (B.S) - 1967
  1. Eric Kandel[205] (Assoc Prof) - 2000
  2. Baruj Benacerraf[427] (Prof) - 1980
  3. Severo Ochoa[428] (Prof) - 1959*
  4. Otto Loewi[399] (Res Prof) - 1936
  1. George Palade[429] (PSD) - 1974
  2. John C. Eccles[430] (Vis Prof) - 1963
  3. Francis Crick[431] (PSD) - 1962
  4. Arthur Kornberg[432] (Res) - 1959
Economics
  1. Paul Romer[146] (Prof) - 2018*
  2. Thomas Sargent[55] (Prof) - 2011*
  3. Edmund Phelps[192] (Prof) - 2006
  4. Robert Engle[191] (Prof) - 2003*
  5. Michael Spence[433] (Prof) - 2001
  6. Wassily Leontief[434] (Prof) - 1973
  1. Paul Romer[146] (Henry Kaufman Vis Prof) - 2018
  2. Dale Mortensen[239] (Morgenstern Vis Prof) - 2010
  3. Robert Aumann[152] (Morgenstern Vis Prof) - 2005
  4. Edward Prescott[172] (Shinsei Bank Vis Prof) - 2004
  5. James Heckman[173] (Adj Asst Prof) - 2000
  6. Tjalling Koopmans[435] (Lect) - 1975
  7. Friedrich Hayek[436] (PSD) - 1974
  8. Gunnar Myrdal[437] (Vis Prof) - 1974
  9. Paul Samuelson[438] (Sendai Bank Vis Prof) - 1970
Literature
  1. Joseph Brodsky[439][440] (Prof) - 1987
  1. Saul Bellow[441] (Vis Lect) - 1976
Peace
  1. Mohamed ElBaradei[442] (J.S.D) - 2005
  2. Elihu Root[443] (J.D) - 1912
  1. Mohamed ElBaradei[442] (Adj Prof) - 2005

Rockefeller University (19th, Tie)Edit

Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Rockefeller University, United States
Total: 38 (Univ Count: 26)[444]

Notes: 1) The University Count does not include short-term academic staff.

Physics
  1. Martinus Veltman[445] (Vis) - 1999
Chemistry
  1. Roderick MacKinnon[33] (Prof) - 2003*
  2. Bruce Merrifield[446] (Prof) - 1984*
  3. Stanford Moore[447] (Prof) - 1972*
  4. William H. Stein[448] (Prof) - 1972*
  5. John H. Northrop[449] (Prof) - 1946*
  6. Wendell Stanley[395] (Prof) - 1946*
  1. Emmanuelle Charpentier[277] (PSD) - 2020
  2. Tomas Lindahl[258] (PSD) - 2015
  3. Aaron Ciechanover[36] (Vis Prof) - 2004
  4. Michael Smith[450] (Vis) - 1993
  5. Lars Onsager[362] (Vis Prof) - 1968
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Daniel Nathans[451][452] (Grad Atten) - 1978
  2. David Baltimore[453] (PhD) - 1975
  3. Gerald Edelman[454] (PhD) - 1972
  1. Charles M. Rice[237] (Prof) - 2020*
  2. Michael W. Young[221] (Prof) - 2017*
  3. Bruce Beutler[168] (Asst Prof) - 2011
  4. Ralph Steinman[42] (Prof) - 2011*
  5. Paul Nurse[455] (Prof) - 2001
  6. Paul Greengard[113] (Prof) - 2000*
  7. Günter Blobel[456] (Prof) - 1999*
  8. Torsten Wiesel[457] (Prof) - 1981
  9. David Baltimore[453] (Prof) - 1975
  10. Albert Claude[458] (Prof) - 1974*
  11. Christian de Duve[459] (Prof) - 1974*
  12. George Palade[429] (Prof) - 1974
  13. Gerald Edelman[454] (Prof) - 1972*
  14. Haldan Hartline (Prof) - 1967*
  15. Peyton Rous[460] (Prof) - 1966*
  16. Edward Tatum[461] (Prof) - 1958*
  17. Joshua Lederberg[462] (Prof) - 1958
  18. Fritz Lipmann[398] (Prof) - 1953
  19. Herbert Gasser[463] (Prof) - 1944*
  20. Karl Landsteiner[464] (Prof) - 1930*
  21. Alexis Carrel[465] (Prof) - 1912*
  1. Yoshinori Ohsumi[466] (PSD) - 2016
  2. Bruce Beutler[168] (PSD) - 2011
  3. Ralph Steinman[467] (PSD) - 2011
  4. Günter Blobel[456] (PSD) - 1999
  5. George Palade[429] (PSD) - 1974
  6. Ragnar Granit[468] (Vis Prof) - 1967
  7. Alan Hodgkin[469] (Res) - 1963
  8. Henrik Dam[470] (Res Assoc) - 1943

21st–30thEdit

21st

Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Pennsylvania, United States
Total: 36 (Univ Count: 26)[471]

Notes: 1) See also: List of Nobel laureates affiliated with the University of Pennsylvania.

2) Martin Luther King Jr. only audited classes at the University but did not enroll in a degree program.[472] He is thus excluded from the list.

Physics
  1. George E. Smith[159] (B.S) - 2009
  1. Raymond Davis Jr.[264] (Prof) - 2002*
  2. John Schrieffer[473] (Prof) - 1972*
  1. Robert Hofstadter[474] (Inst) - 1961
Chemistry
  1. Ei-ichi Negishi[475] (PhD) - 2010
  2. Ahmed Zewail[476] (PhD) - 1999
  3. Chris Anfinsen[477] (M.S) - 1972
  1. Irwin Rose[478] (Prof) - 2004
  2. Alan Heeger[134] (Prof) - 2000
  3. Alan MacDiarmid[99] (Prof) - 2000*
  1. Hideki Shirakawa[479] (PSD) - 2000
  2. Walter Kohn[480] (Vis Sch) - 1998
  3. Vincent du Vigneaud[481] (Res Asst) - 1955
  4. Richard Kuhn[386] (Vis Prof) - 1938
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Gregg L. Semenza[40] (M.D, PhD) - 2019
  2. Stanley Prusiner[482] (B.A, M.D) - 1997
  3. Michael S. Brown[483] (B.A, M.D) - 1985
  4. Gerald Edelman[454] (M.D) - 1972
  1. Baruch Blumberg[484] (Prof) - 1976
  1. William Cecil Campbell[112][485] (Adj Prof) - 2015
  2. Harald zur Hausen[486] (Res Fel) - 2008
  3. Haldan Hartline[403][404] (Res) - 1967
  4. Ragnar Granit[468] (Res Fel) - 1967
  5. Howard Florey[487] (Rockefeller Fel) - 1945
  6. Otto Meyerhof[488][489] (Res Prof) - 1922
Economics
  1. Robert Shiller[65] (Prof) - 2013
  2. Thomas Sargent[55] (Assoc Prof) - 2011
  3. Oliver Williamson[68] (Prof) - 2009
  4. Edmund Phelps[192] (Prof) - 2006
  5. Edward Prescott[172] (Asst Prof) - 2004
  6. Harry Markowitz[490] (Prof) - 1990
  7. Lawrence Klein[491] (Prof) - 1980*
  8. Simon Kuznets[492] (Prof) - 1971
  1. Oliver S. Hart[61] (Vis Lect) - 2016
  2. Edward Prescott[172] (Lect) - 2004
  3. Robert Engle[191] (Fel) - 2003
  4. Robert Mundell[493] (Richard Fox Prof) - 1999

22nd

Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University College London, United Kingdom
Total: 34 (Univ Count: 29)[494]

Notes: 1) 1) See also: List of Nobel laureates affiliated with University College London.

2) Francis Crick Institute (UKCMRI), founded in 2010, has no direct affiliation with University College London and thus its affiliates are not counted as affiliates of UCL.[495] However, the founding director Paul Nurse is included in the following list since the university is a founding partner of the institute.

Physics
  1. Roger Penrose[91] (B.S) - 2020
  2. Charles Kao[265] (PhD) - 2009
  3. Owen Richardson[496][497] (PhD) - 1928
  1. William H. Bragg[498] (Prof) - 1915*
  1. Peter Higgs[499] (Res Fel) - 2013
Chemistry
  1. Jaroslav Heyrovský[500] (B.S, PhD) - 1959
  1. Robert Robinson[501] (Prof) - 1947
  2. William Ramsay[502] (Prof) - 1904*
  1. George Porter[503] (Vis Prof) - 1967
  2. Vincent du Vigneaud[481] (NRC Fel) - 1955
  3. Otto Hahn[385] (Res) - 1944
  4. Frederick Soddy[504] (Res) - 1921
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Martin Evans[105] (PhD) - 2007
  2. Francis Crick[431] (B.S) - 1962
  3. Frederick Hopkins[505] (B.S) - 1929
  1. John O'Keefe[423] (Prof) - 2014*
  2. James Rothman[506] (Prof) - 2013
  3. Paul Nurse[507] (UKCMRI) - 2001
  4. James W. Black[508] (Prof) - 1988
  5. Bernard Katz[509] (Prof) - 1970*
  6. Andrew Huxley[510] (Prof) - 1963*
  7. Peter Medawar[511] (Prof) - 1960*
  8. Archibald Hill[512] (Prof) - 1922*
  1. Edvard Moser[513] (PSD) - 2014
  2. John O'Keefe[423] (PSD) - 2014
  3. May-Britt Moser[514][515] (PSD) - 2014
  4. Bert Sakmann[303] (British Council Fel) - 1991
  5. Ulf von Euler[494][516] (Vis) - 1970
  6. Herbert Gasser[517] (Res) - 1944
  7. Corneille Heymans[518] (Res) - 1938
  8. Henry H. Dale[519] (PSD) - 1936
  9. Otto Loewi[399][494] (Res) - 1936
Economics
  1. Trygve Haavelmo[520] (Grad Atten) - 1989
  1. James Heckman[173] (Prof) - 2000
Literature
  1. Rabindranath Tagore[521] (UG Atten) - 1913

23rd

Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Total: 32 (Univ Count: 21)[522]

Notes: 1) See also: List of ETH Zurich people#Nobel Prize winners.

2) Konrad Bloch was a Guggenheim Fellow at ETH in 1953, but he is excluded from the list because he does not classify the award-based visiting position as an appointment.[523][524]

Physics
  1. Georg Bednorz[525] (PhD) - 1987
  2. K. Alex Müller[526] (PhD) - 1987
  3. Heinrich Rohrer[527] (B.S, PhD) - 1986
  4. Felix Bloch[528] (UG Atten) - 1952
  5. Albert Einstein[529] (B.A) - 1921
  6. Charles Guillaume[530] (PhD) - 1920
  7. Gustaf Dalén[531] (Grad Atten) - 1912
  8. Wilhelm Röntgen[378] (B.S) - 1901
  1. Wolfgang Pauli[345] (Prof) - 1945
  2. Albert Einstein[529] (Prof) - 1921
  1. Isidor Rabi[380] (Res Fel) - 1944
  2. Otto Stern[532] (Privatdozent) - 1943
Chemistry
  1. Richard R. Ernst[533] (PhD) - 1991
  2. Alfred Werner[534] (B.S) - 1913
  1. Kurt Wüthrich[140] (Prof) - 2002*
  2. Richard R. Ernst[533] (Prof) - 1991*
  3. Vladimir Prelog[535] (Prof) - 1975*
  4. Leopold Ružička[536] (Prof) - 1939*
  5. Richard Kuhn[386] (Prof) - 1938
  6. Peter Debye[356] (Prof) - 1936
  7. Richard Willstätter[389] (Prof) - 1915
  1. William Moerner[217] (Vis Prof) - 2014
  2. Richard Heck[537] (PSD) - 2010
  3. Walter Kohn[480] (Vis Sch) - 1998
  4. Jean-Marie Lehn[538] (Vis Prof) - 1987
  5. Lars Onsager[362] (Res) - 1968
  6. Hermann Staudinger[383] (Lect) - 1953
  7. Artturi Virtanen[539] (PSD) - 1945
  8. George de Hevesy[540] (Res) - 1943
  9. Fritz Haber[541] (Res) - 1918
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Werner Arber[542] (B.S) - 1978
  2. Tadeus Reichstein[543] (B.S, PhD) - 1950
  1. Max Delbrück[544] (Rockefeller Fel) - 1969
  2. Gobind Khorana[545] (PSD) - 1968
  3. Tadeus Reichstein[543] (Lect) - 1950

24th

Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign, United States
Total: 30 (Univ Count: 23)[546]

Notes: 1) The University Count includes Philip W. Anderson and James Tobin as affiliates only because they graduated from University Laboratory High School - Urbana. These two laureates are thus excluded from the list.

2) Murray Gell-Mann was a research associate at UIUC in the summer terms of 1951 and 1953. His collaboration with Francis E. Low resulted in Gell-Mann and Low theorem.[547] Thus he is included in the list.

Physics
  1. Jack Kilby[548] (B.S) - 2000
  2. John Schrieffer[473] (M.S, PhD) - 1972
  3. Polykarp Kusch[549] (M.S, PhD) - 1955
  1. Anthony Leggett[23] (Prof) - 2003*
  2. John Bardeen[550] (Prof) - 1956*, 1972*
  3. John Schrieffer[473] (Assoc Prof) - 1972
  1. Anthony Leggett[23] (Res Assoc) - 2003
  2. Zhores Alferov[551] (Vis) - 2000
  3. Norman Ramsey[552] (Res Assoc Prof) - 1989
  4. Brian Josephson[553] (PSD) - 1973
  5. Leon Cooper[554] (Res Assoc) - 1972
  6. Murray Gell-Mann[293] (Res Assoc) - 1969
  7. Emilio Segrè[555] (Vis Prof) - 1959
Chemistry
  1. Vincent du Vigneaud[481] (B.S, M.S) - 1955
  2. Wendell Stanley[395] (M.S, PhD) - 1946
  1. Rudolph Marcus[420] (Prof) - 1992
  2. Elias Corey[556] (Prof) - 1990
  1. Martin Karplus[26] (Inst) - 2013
  2. Vincent du Vigneaud[481][557] (Res Assoc) - 1955
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Phillip Sharp[558] (PhD) - 1993
  2. Edwin Krebs[559] (B.S) - 1992
  3. Hamilton O. Smith[560] (UG Atten) - 1978
  4. Rosalyn Yalow[561] (M.A, PhD) - 1977
  5. Robert W. Holley[562] (B.A) - 1968
  6. Edward Doisy[563] (B.A, M.S) - 1942
  1. Paul Lauterbur[222] (Prof) - 2003*
  2. Salvador Luria[564] (Prof) - 1969
  1. Peter Mansfield[565] (Res Assoc) - 2003
  2. Martin Rodbell[566] (PSD) - 1994
  3. Otto H. Warburg[567][568] (Res) - 1931
Economics
  1. Alvin Roth[62] (Prof) - 2012
  2. Leonid Hurwicz[69] (Prof) - 2007
  3. Franco Modigliani[569] (Prof) - 1985
  1. Leonid Hurwicz[69] (Vis Prof) - 2007
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Minnesota, United States
Total: 30 (Univ Count: 25)[570]
Physics
  1. Walter Brattain[571] (PhD) - 1956
  2. Ernest Lawrence[572] (M.A) - 1939
  1. John van Vleck[573] (Prof) - 1977
  2. John Bardeen[550] (Asst Prof) - 1956, 1972
  1. Hans D. Jensen[574][575] (Vis Prof) - 1963
  2. Polykarp Kusch[549] (Res Asst) - 1955
  3. Arthur Compton[576] (Inst) - 1927
Chemistry
  1. Brian Kobilka[218] (B.S) - 2012
  2. Melvin Calvin[577] (PhD) - 1961
  1. Paul D. Boyer[578][579] (Prof) - 1997
  2. William Lipscomb[580][581] (Prof) - 1976
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Louis Ignarro[582] (PhD) - 1998
  2. Edward B. Lewis[583] (B.A) - 1995
  1. Edward C. Kendall[584] (Prof) - 1950*
  2. Philip Hench[405] (Prof) - 1950*
Economics
  1. Lars P. Hansen[64] (PhD) - 2013
  2. Daniel McFadden[148] (B.S, PhD) - 2000
  1. Robert Shiller[65] (Asst Prof) - 2013
  2. Christopher Sims[54] (Prof) - 2011
  3. Thomas Sargent[55] (Prof) - 2011
  4. Leonid Hurwicz[69] (Prof) - 2007*
  5. Edward Prescott[172] (Prof) - 2004
  6. George Stigler[585] (Asst Prof) - 1982
  7. Milton Friedman[586] (Assoc Prof) - 1976
  1. Robert Aumann[152] (Vis) - 2005
  2. Finn Kydland[223] (Vis Sch) - 2004
  3. James Tobin[587] (Vis Prof) - 1981
Literature
  1. Bob Dylan[588] (UG Atten) - 2016
  1. Saul Bellow[589][441] (Assoc Prof) - 1976
Peace
  1. Norman Borlaug[590] (B.S, M.S, PhD) - 1970

26th

Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of California, San Diego, United States
Total: 27 (Univ Count: 5)[591]

Notes: 1) UCSD University Count only includes faculty members who are currently at UCSD.

Physics
  1. Duncan Haldane[93] (Prof) - 2016
  2. Hannes Alfvén[592] (Prof) - 1970
  3. Maria Mayer[334] (Prof) - 1963*
  1. David M. Lee[593] (Vis Prof) - 1996
  2. Hans D. Jensen[574][594] (Vis Prof) - 1963
Chemistry
  1. Venki Ramakrishnan[100] (Grad Atten) - 2009
  1. William Moerner[217] (Prof) - 2014
  2. Roger Tsien[29] (Prof) - 2008*
  3. Walter Kohn[480] (Prof) - 1998
  4. Mario Molina[595] (Prof) - 1995
  5. Paul Crutzen[596] (Prof) - 1995
  6. Linus Pauling[597] (Prof) - 1954
  7. Harold Urey[598] (Prof) - 1934
  1. Lars Onsager[362] (Vis Prof) - 1968
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Bruce Beutler[168] (B.A) - 2011
  2. Susumu Tonegawa[599] (PhD) - 1987
  1. Renato Dulbecco[600] (Prof) - 1975
  2. George Palade[429] (Prof) - 1974
  3. Francis Crick[601][602] (Adj Prof) - 1962
  1. Randy Schekman[144] (PSD) - 2013
  2. Sydney Brenner[603] (Adj Prof) - 2002
  3. Robert Furchgott[604] (Vis Prof) - 1998
  4. Rolf Zinkernagel[605] (Adj Assoc Prof) - 1975
  5. Robert W. Holley[562] (Adj Prof) - 1968
Economics
  1. Clive Granger[606] (Prof) - 2003*
  2. Robert Engle[191] (Prof) - 2003
  3. Harry Markowitz[490] (Adj Prof) - 1990
Peace
  1. Linus Pauling[597] (Prof) - 1962
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Heidelberg, Germany
Total: 27 (Univ Count: 33)[607]

Notes: 1) The University Count includes 4 honorary doctors and some affiliates with research institutes in City of Heidelberg. They are excluded from the following list.

2) Harald zur Hausen has been an honorary professor at the university since 1988. This is an honor-based position, which is not classified as an "appointment" in Hausen's C.V.[486][608] Thus, he is excluded from the following list, contrary to the University Count.

Physics
  1. Theodor Hänsch[215] (B.A, PhD) - 2005
  2. Wolfgang Ketterle[185] (B.A) - 2001
  3. Max Born[609] (UG Atten) - 1954
  4. James Franck[340][610] (UG Atten) - 1925
  5. Heike Onnes[611] (Grad Atten) - 1913
  6. Albert Michelson[612][607] (Grad Atten) - 1907
  7. Philipp Lenard[613] (PhD) - 1905
  1. Hans D. Jensen[574] (Prof) - 1963*
  2. Walther Bothe[614] (Prof) - 1954*
  3. Philipp Lenard[613] (Prof) - 1905
  1. Wolfgang Ketterle[185] (Res Sci) - 2001
  2. Hans Dehmelt[615] (Vis Res) - 1989
  3. Gabriel Lippmann[289] (Vis) - 1908
Chemistry
  1. Stefan Hell[248] (PhD) - 2014
  2. Fritz Haber[541] (UG Atten) - 1918
  3. Adolf von Baeyer[392] (Atten) - 1905
  1. Georg Wittig[616] (Prof) - 1979*
  2. Karl Ziegler[617][618] (Assoc Prof) - 1963
  3. Richard Kuhn[386] (Prof) - 1938*
  4. Carl Bosch[619] (Prof) - 1931*
  5. Friedrich Bergius[620] (Prof) - 1931*
  1. Stefan Hell[248] (Adj Prof) - 2014
  2. Karl Ziegler[617] (Lect) - 1963
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Hans Spemann[400] (UG Atten) - 1935
  2. Otto H. Warburg[621] (M.D) - 1931
  3. Otto Meyerhof[488] (M.D) - 1922
  1. Bert Sakmann[303] (Prof) - 1991
  2. Albrecht Kossel[622] (Prof) - 1910*
Literature
  1. Carl Spitteler[623] (UG Atten) - 1919
Peace
  1. Charles Gobat[327] (J.D) - 1902
  1. Auguste Beernaert[328] (Vis Fel) - 1909

28th

Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Michigan, United States
Total: 26
Physics
  1. David Politzer[17] (B.S) - 2004
  2. Samuel Ting[624] (B.S, PhD) - 1976
  1. Gérard Mourou[282] (Prof) - 2018*
  2. Carl Wieman[183] (Asst Prof) - 2001
  3. Martinus Veltman[445] (Prof) - 1999
  4. Martin Perl[418] (Assoc Prof) - 1995
  5. Donald Glaser[625] (Prof) - 1960
  1. Norman Ramsey[552] (Vis Prof) - 1989
  2. Wolfgang Pauli[345] (Vis Prof) - 1945
Chemistry
  1. Richard Smalley[626] (B.S) - 1996
  2. Jerome Karle[627] (PhD) - 1985
  1. Walter Kohn[480] (Vis Sch) - 1998
  2. Jerome Karle[627] (Res) - 1985
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Stanley Cohen[628] (PhD) - 1986
  2. Marshall Nirenberg[629] (PhD) - 1968
  3. Thomas H. Weller[630] (B.A, M.S) - 1954
  1. Hamilton O. Smith[560] (PSD) - 1978
  2. Charles Huggins[631] (Inst) - 1966
  3. Peyton Rous[460] (Inst) - 1966
Economics
  1. Paul Milgrom[150] (B.A) - 2020
  2. Robert Shiller[65] (B.A) - 2013
  1. Leonid Hurwicz[69] (Vis Prof) - 2007
  2. Daniel Kahneman[70] (Vis Sci) - 2002
  3. James Tobin[632] (Vis Prof) - 1981
  4. Lawrence Klein[633] (Lect) - 1980
Literature
  1. Joseph Brodsky[634] (Prof) - 1987
  1. Joseph Brodsky[634] (Poet-in-Residence) - 1987
  2. Czesław Miłosz (Vis Prof) - 1980
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Wisconsin–Madison, United States
Total: 26 (Univ Count: 19)[635]

Notes: 1) The University Count does not include short-term academic staff.

Physics
  1. Jack Kilby[548] (M.S) - 2000
  2. John van Vleck[573] (B.A) - 1977
  3. John Bardeen[550] (B.S, M.S) - 1956, 1972
  1. John van Vleck[573] (Prof) - 1977
  2. Eugene Wigner[343] (Prof) - 1963
  1. Paul Dirac[636][637] (Vis Prof) - 1933
  2. Hans D. Jensen[574][575] (Vis Prof) - 1963
Chemistry
  1. Alan MacDiarmid[99] (M.S) - 2000
  2. Paul D. Boyer[578] (PhD) - 1997
  3. Stanford Moore[447] (PhD) - 1972
  1. George P. Smith[25] (PSD) - 2018
  2. John E. Walker[638] (PSD) - 1997
  3. Michael Smith[450] (PSD) - 1993
  4. Peter Debye[639][640] (Vis) - 1936
Physiology or Medicine
  1. William Cecil Campbell[112] (PhD) - 2015
  2. Günter Blobel[456] (PhD) - 1999
  3. Erwin Neher[370] (M.S) - 1991
  4. Edward Tatum[461] (M.S, PhD) - 1958
  5. Herbert Gasser[463] (B.A, M.A) - 1944
  1. Oliver Smithies[249] (Prof) - 2007
  2. Howard Temin[641] (Prof) - 1975*
  3. Gobind Khorana[545] (Prof) - 1968*
  4. Joshua Lederberg[462] (Prof) - 1958*
  5. Joseph Erlanger[642] (Prof) - 1944
  1. Oliver Smithies[249] (PSD) - 2007
Economics
  1. Theodore Schultz[643] (PhD) - 1979
  1. Milton Friedman[586] (Vis Prof) - 1976
Literature
  1. Saul Bellow[589] (Grad Atten) - 1976

30th

Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of California, Los Angeles, United States
Total: 25 (Univ Count: 15)[644][645]
Physics
  1. Andrea M. Ghez[181] (Prof) - 2020*
  2. Julian Schwinger[646] (Prof) - 1965
  1. Julian Schwinger[646] (Vis Prof) - 1965
Chemistry
  1. Richard Heck[537] (B.A, PhD) - 2010
  2. Bruce Merrifield[446][647] (B.A, PhD) - 1984
  3. Glenn Seaborg[648] (B.A) - 1951
  1. Fraser Stoddart[649] (Prof) - 2016
  2. Paul D. Boyer[578] (Prof) - 1997*
  3. Donald Cram[650] (Prof) - 1987*
  4. Willard Libby[651] (Prof) - 1960*
  1. Fraser Stoddart[649] (Sr. Vis Fel) - 2016
  2. Richard Heck[537] (PSD) - 2010
  3. Ahmed Zewail[476] (Vis Sch) - 1999
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Randy Schekman[144] (B.A) - 2013
  1. Louis Ignarro[582] (Prof) - 1998*
  1. Robert Furchgott[604] (Vis Prof) - 1998
Economics
  1. Elinor Ostrom[652] (B.A, M.A, PhD) - 2009
  2. William F. Sharpe[653] (B.A, PhD) - 1990
  1. Lloyd Shapley[53] (Prof) - 2012*
  2. Harry Markowitz[490] (Prof) - 1990
  3. James M. Buchanan[654] (Prof) - 1986
  1. Eugene Fama[169] (Vis Prof) - 2013
  2. Chris Pissarides[66] (Vis) - 2010
  3. Milton Friedman[586] (Vis Prof) - 1976
  4. Friedrich Hayek[436][655] (Vis Prof) - 1974
Literature
  1. Bertrand Russell[656] (Prof) - 1950
Peace
  1. Ralph Bunche[657] (B.A) - 1950
  1. Al Gore[658] (Lect) - 2007
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Manchester, United Kingdom
Total: 25 (Univ Count: 25)[659]
Physics
  1. John Cockcroft[660] (M.S) - 1951
  2. James Chadwick[661] (B.S, M.S) - 1935
  3. Charles T. R. Wilson[662] (UG Atten) - 1927
  4. J. J. Thomson[663] (UG Atten) - 1906
  1. Andre Geim[413] (Prof) - 2010*
  2. Konstantin Novoselov[664] (Prof) - 2010*
  3. Patrick Blackett[344] (Prof) - 1948*
  4. Niels Bohr[665] (Prof) - 1922
  5. Lawrence Bragg[666] (Prof) - 1915*
  1. Nevill Mott[342] (Lect) - 1977
  2. Hans Bethe[376] (Lect) - 1967
Chemistry
  1. Michael Smith[450] (B.S, PhD) - 1993
  2. John Polanyi[667][668] (B.S, M.S, PhD) - 1986
  3. Robert Robinson[501] (B.S, PhD) - 1947
  4. Norman Haworth[353] (B.S, DSc) - 1937
  5. Arthur Harden[669] (B.S) - 1929
  1. Lord Todd[670] (Prof) - 1957
  2. Robert Robinson[501] (Prof) - 1947
  3. Ernest Rutherford[671] (Prof) - 1908*
  1. Melvin Calvin[577] (PSD) - 1961
  2. George de Hevesy[540] (Res) - 1943
  3. Arthur Harden[669] (Lect) - 1929
Physiology or Medicine
  1. John Sulston[672] (Prof) - 2002
  2. Archibald Hill[512] (Prof) - 1922
Economics
  1. Joseph Stiglitz[115] (Prof) - 2001
  2. W. A. Lewis[673] (Prof) - 1979
  3. John Hicks[674] (Prof) - 1972
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Washington University in St. Louis, United States
Total: 25 (Univ Count: 25)[675]

Notes: 1) See also: List of Nobel laureates affiliated with Washington University in St. Louis.

Physics
  1. Arthur Compton[576] (Prof) - 1927
Chemistry
  1. William Moerner[217] (B.A, B.S) - 2014
  1. Paul Berg[676] (Prof) - 1980
  1. Brian Kobilka[218] (Med Resident) 2012
  2. Aaron Ciechanover[36] (Vis Prof) - 2004
  3. Paul Berg[676] (PSD) - 1980
  4. Luis Leloir[677] (Res Asst) - 1970
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Edwin Krebs[559] (M.D) - 1992
  2. Earl Sutherland[678] (M.D) - 1971
  3. Daniel Nathans[451] (M.D) - 1954
  1. Charles M. Rice[237] (Professor) - 2020
  2. Robert Furchgott[679] (Asst Prof) - 1998
  3. Rita Levi-Montalcini[680] (Prof) - 1986*
  4. George D. Snell[681] (Asst Prof) - 1980
  5. Earl Sutherland[678] (Assoc Prof) - 1971
  6. Alfred Hershey[682] (Prof) - 1969
  7. Arthur Kornberg[683] (Prof) - 1959
  8. Carl Cori[684][685] (Prof) - 1947*
  9. Gerty Cori[686] (Prof) - 1947*
  10. Herbert Gasser[463] (Prof) - 1944
  11. Joseph Erlanger[642] (Prof) - 1944*
  12. Edward Doisy[563] (Assoc Prof) - 1943
  1. Stanley Cohen[628] (PSD) - 1986
  2. Hamilton O. Smith[675] (Med Intern) - 1978
  3. Christian de Duve[687] (Rockefeller Fel) 1974
  4. Arthur Kornberg[432] (Res) - 1959
  5. Severo Ochoa[428] (Res Assoc) - 1959
Economics
  1. Douglass North[688] (Prof) - 1993*

33rd–50thEdit

33rd

Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Zurich, Switzerland
Total: 23 (Univ Count: 12)[689]
Physics
  1. Max Born[609] (UG Atten) - 1954
  2. Albert Einstein[529] (PhD) - 1921
  3. Wilhelm Röntgen[378] (PhD) - 1901
  1. K. Alex Müller[526] (Prof) - 1987
  2. Erwin Schrödinger[690] (Prof) - 1933
  3. Albert Einstein[529] (Prof) - 1921
  4. Max Laue[338] (Prof) - 1914
Chemistry
  1. Paul Karrer[691] (PhD) - 1937
  2. Walther Nernst[359] (UG Atten) - 1920
  3. Alfred Werner[534] (PhD) - 1913
  1. Paul Karrer[691] (Prof) - 1937*
  2. Peter Debye[356] (Prof) - 1936
  3. Alfred Werner[534] (Prof) - 1913*
  1. Jean-Pierre Sauvage[692] (Vis Prof) - 2016
  2. Linus Pauling[693][597] (Res) - 1954
  3. Leopold Ružička[694] (Lect) - 1939
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Walter R. Hess[695] (M.D) - 1949
  1. Rolf Zinkernagel[605] (Prof) - 1996*
  2. Walter R. Hess[695] (Prof) - 1949*
  1. Eric Wieschaus[696] (PSD) - 1995
  2. Hamilton O. Smith[560] (Guggenheim Fel) - 1978
  3. George Wald[426] (NRC Fel) - 1967
  4. Henrik Dam[470] (Rockefeller Fel) - 1943
  5. Karl Landsteiner[464] (Res) - 1930
  6. Emil Kocher[697][698] (Vis) - 1909
Literature
  1. Carl Spitteler[623] (UG Atten) - 1919
  1. Theodor Mommsen[699] (Prof) - 1902
Peace
  1. Linus Pauling[693][597] (Res) - 1962

34th

Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Freiburg, Germany
Total: 22 (Univ Count: 10)[700]

Notes: 1) Dudley Herschbach was a Guggenheim Fellow at Freiburg, but he is excluded because he does not classify this award-based visiting position as an appointment.[360]

Physics
  1. Reinhard Genzel[701] (UG Atten) - 2020
  2. Hans D. Jensen[574] (UG Atten) - 1963
Chemistry
  1. Joachim Frank[101] (B.S) - 2017
  2. Mario Molina[595] (M.S) - 1995
  3. George de Hevesy[540] (PhD) - 1943
  4. Adolf Windaus[357] (PhD) - 1928
  1. Georg Wittig[616] (Assoc Prof) - 1979
  2. Hermann Staudinger[383] (Prof) - 1953*
  3. George de Hevesy[540] (Prof) - 1943
  4. Heinrich Wieland[388] (Prof) - 1927
  1. Adolf Windaus[357] (Lect) - 1928
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Bert Sakmann[702] (UG Atten) - 1991
  2. Georges Köhler[703] (PhD) - 1984
  3. Hans A. Krebs[368] (UG Atten) - 1953
  4. Otto H. Warburg[567] (UG Atten) - 1931
  5. Otto Meyerhof[488] (Med Atten) - 1922
  6. Paul Ehrlich[371] (Med Atten) - 1908
  1. Harald zur Hausen[486] (Prof) - 2008
  2. Hans Spemann[400] (Prof)- 1935*
  1. Christiane Volhard[704] (PSD) - 1995
  2. Philip Hench[405][406] (Vis) - 1950
  3. Henrik Dam[470] (Rockefeller Fel) - 1943
  4. Robert Bárány[705] (Vis) - 1914
Economics
  1. Friedrich Hayek[436] (Prof) - 1974

35th

Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
City University of New York, United States
Total: 21 (Univ Count: 13)[706]

Notes: 1) See also: List of Nobel laureates affiliated with the City University of New York. The University Count only includes graduates (no attendees).

2) The following laureates have unclear visiting positions at the university and will not be counted for now: Gerald Edelman.[454]

Physics
  1. Leon Lederman[707] (B.S) - 1988
  2. Arno Penzias[708] (B.S) - 1978
  3. Robert Hofstadter[474] (B.S) - 1961
  1. Robert Hofstadter[474] (Inst) - 1961
Chemistry
  1. Herbert Hauptman[709] (B.S) - 1985
  2. Jerome Karle[627] (B.S) - 1985
  3. Paul Berg[676] (UG Atten) - 1980
Physiology or Medicine
  1. John O'Keefe[423] (B.A) - 2014
  2. Gertrude Elion[424] (B.S) - 1988
  3. Stanley Cohen[628] (B.S) - 1986
  4. Rosalyn Yalow[561] (B.S) - 1977
  5. Julius Axelrod[425] (B.S) - 1970
  6. Arthur Kornberg[683] (B.S) - 1959
  1. Luc Montagnier[710] (Prof) - 2008
  1. Rosalyn Yalow[711] (Lect) - 1977
Economics
  1. Robert Aumann[152] (B.S) - 2005
  2. Kenneth Arrow[712] (B.A) - 1972
  1. Paul Krugman[713] (Prof) - 2008
  2. Harry Markowitz[490] (Prof) - 1990*
  1. Lawrence Klein[633] (Distinguished Vis Prof) - 1980
Literature
  1. Joseph Brodsky[634] (Vis Prof) - 1987
Peace
  1. Henry Kissinger[714] (UG Atten) - 1973
  1. Elie Wiesel[715] (Prof) - 1986
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Collège de France, France
Total: 21

Notes: 1) Collège de France is a constituent college of Paris Sciences et Lettres University (PSL), which became a university in 2019. Currently, this list considers official academic affiliates of Collège de France independently.

2) The following laureates have unclear visiting positions at Collège de France and will not be counted for now: Gerald Edelman.[454]

Physics
  1. Georges Charpak[716] (PhD) - 1992
  1. Serge Haroche[20] (Prof) - 2012
  2. Pierre de Gennes[284] (Prof) - 1991*
  1. Roy Glauber[16] (Vis Prof) - 2005
  2. Steven Chu[717] (Vis Prof) - 1997
  3. Nico Bloembergen[718] (Vis Prof) - 1981
  4. Murray Gell-Mann[293] (Vis Prof) - 1969
  5. Albert Michelson[612] (Vis) - 1907
Chemistry
  1. Paul Sabatier[719] (PhD) - 1912
  1. Jean-Marie Lehn[538] (Prof) - 1987*
  2. Frédéric Joliot-Curie[295] (Prof) - 1935
  1. Ahmed Zewail[476] (Vis Prof) - 1999
  2. Alfred Werner[534] (Res) - 1913
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Jean Dausset[304] (Prof) - 1980*
  2. François Jacob[307] (Prof) - 1965
  3. Jacques Monod[308] (Prof) - 1965
  4. Charles Nicolle[310] (Prof) - 1928
  1. Stanley Prusiner[482] (Vis Prof) - 1997
  2. Roger Guillemin[720][721] (Res) - 1977
  3. Corneille Heymans[518] (Res) - 1938
Literature
  1. Henri Bergson[318] (Prof) - 1927
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
École Normale Supérieure, France
Total: 21 (Univ Count: 13)[722]

Notes: 1) École Normale Supérieure (ENS) is a constituent college of Paris Sciences et Lettres University (PSL), which became a university in 2019. Currently, this list considers official academic affiliates of ENS independently.

2) Samuel Beckett is included in the following list but not the University list.

Physics
  1. Serge Haroche[20] (B.A) - 2012
  2. Albert Fert[283] (B.A) - 2007
  3. Claude Cohen-Tannoudji[292] (B.A, PhD) - 1997
  4. Pierre de Gennes[284] (B.A) - 1991
  5. Louis Néel[285] (B.A) - 1970
  6. Alfred Kastler[286] (B.A, PhD) - 1966
  7. Jean Perrin[288] (B.A) - 1926
  8. Gabriel Lippmann[289] (UG Atten) - 1908
  1. Serge Haroche[20] (Prof) - 2012*
  2. Alfred Kastler[286] (Prof) - 1966*
  1. Theodor Hänsch[215] (Vis Prof) - 2005
  2. William D. Phillips[723] (Vis Prof) - 1997
  3. Richard E. Taylor[724][725] (Vis Sch) - 1990
  4. Nico Bloembergen[718] (Vis Prof) - 1981
Chemistry
  1. Paul Sabatier[719] (B.A) - 1912
  1. Ahmed Zewail[476] (Vis Prof) - 1999
  2. Walter Kohn[726] (Vis Sch) - 1998
Economics
  1. Esther Duflo[189] (B.A) - 2019
  2. Gérard Debreu[313] (UG Atten) - 1983
Literature
  1. Jean Sartre[315] (B.A, M.A) - 1964
  2. Henri Bergson[318] (B.A) - 1927
  3. Romain Rolland[319] (B.A) - 1915
  1. Samuel Beckett[727] (Lect) - 1969
  2. Henri Bergson[318] (Lect) - 1927
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Vienna, Austria
Total: 21 (Univ Count: 9)[728]
Physics
  1. Erwin Schrödinger[729] (PhD) - 1933
  1. Victor Hess[730] (Asst Prof) - 1936
  2. Erwin Schrödinger[729] (Asst Prof) - 1933
Chemistry
  1. Max Perutz[731] (B.S) - 1962
  2. Richard Kuhn[386] (UG Atten) - 1938
  3. Richard Zsigmondy[358] (UG Atten) - 1925
  1. Emmanuelle Charpentier[277] (Assoc Prof) - 2020
  2. Hans Fischer[387] (Prof) - 1930
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Karl von Frisch[402] (PhD) - 1973
  2. Konrad Lorenz[732] (M.D, PhD) - 1973
  3. Karl Landsteiner[464] (M.D) - 1930
  4. Julius Wagner-Jauregg[733] (M.D) - 1927
  5. Robert Bárány[705] (M.D) - 1914
  6. Allvar Gullstrand[734][735] (Med Atten) - 1911
  1. Otto Loewi[399] (Prof) - 1936
  2. Karl Landsteiner[464] (Prof) - 1930
  3. Robert Bárány[705] (Prof) - 1914*
  1. Carl Cori[684] (PSD) - 1947
  2. Corneille Heymans[518] (Res) - 1938
  3. George Whipple[736] (Vis) - 1934
Economics
  1. Friedrich Hayek[436] (PhD) - 1974
Literature
  1. Elfriede Jelinek[737] (UG Atten) - 2004
  2. Elias Canetti[738] (PhD) - 1981
  3. Ivo Andric[739] (UG Atten) - 1961
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Washington, United States
Total: 21
Physics
  1. David Thouless[92] (Prof) - 2016*
  2. Hans Dehmelt[333] (Prof) - 1989*
  1. Arthur B. McDonald[231] (Vis) - 2015
  2. David Wineland[12] (PSD) - 2012
  3. Hans Dehmelt[333] (Vis Asst Prof) - 1989
  4. William A. Fowler[740] (Walker-Ames Vis Prof) - 1983
  5. Hans Bethe[376] (Vis Prof) - 1967
  6. Arthur Compton[741] (Walker-Ames Vis Prof) - 1927
Chemistry
  1. Walter Kohn[480] (Vis Sch) - 1998
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Jeffrey C. Hall[238][742] (M.S, PhD) - 2017
  2. Linda Buck[49] (B.S) - 2004
  3. Martin Rodbell[566] (PhD) - 1994
  4. George Hitchings[743] (B.S) - 1988
  1. Linda Buck[49] (Prof) - 2004
  2. Leland Hartwell[188] (Prof) - 2001
  3. Edmond H. Fischer[744] (Prof) - 1992*
  4. Edwin Krebs[559] (Prof) - 1992*
  5. Donnall Thomas[745] (Prof) - 1990
  1. Harvey J. Alter[746] (Medical Res) - 2020
  2. Joseph L. Goldstein[747] (Special NIH Fel) - 1985
Economics
  1. George Stigler[585] (B.A) - 1982
  1. Douglass North[688] (Prof) - 1993
  2. William F. Sharpe[653] (Prof) - 1990

40th

Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Carnegie Mellon University, United States
Total: 20 (Univ Count: 20)[748]

Notes: 1) CMU University Count includes Edward S. Rubin who was a coordinating lead author on organization IPCC, which shared the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize. Rubin is thus excluded from the following list.

2) Thomas Sargent is included in the following list but not the University list.

Physics
  1. John L. Hall[749] (B.S, PhD) - 2005
  2. Clifford Shull[419] (B.S) - 1994
  1. Otto Stern[532] (Prof) - 1943*
  2. Clinton Davisson[750] (Asst Prof) - 1937
Chemistry
  1. John Pople[751] (Prof) - 1998
  2. Walter Kohn[480] (Prof) - 1998
  1. Ada Yonath[167] (PSD) - 2009
  2. Paul Flory[752] (Res) - 1974
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Paul Lauterbur[222] (Res) - 2003
Economics
  1. Dale Mortensen[239] (PhD) - 2010
  2. Oliver Williamson[68] (PhD) - 2009
  3. Edward Prescott[172] (PhD) - 2004
  4. Finn Kydland[753] (PhD) - 2004
  5. John F. Nash[754] (B.S, M.S) - 1994
  1. Lars P. Hansen[64] (Assoc Prof) - 2013
  2. Edward Prescott[172] (Prof) - 2004
  3. Finn Kydland[223] (Prof) - 2004*
  4. Robert Lucas Jr[755] (Prof) - 1995
  5. Merton Miller[756] (Prof) - 1990
  6. Franco Modigliani[569] (Prof) - 1985
  7. Herbert A. Simon[757] (Prof) - 1978*
  1. Thomas Sargent[55] (Res Assoc) - 2011
  2. Finn Kydland[223] (Vis Fel) - 2004
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Goethe University Frankfurt (University of Frankfurt), Germany
Total: 20 (Univ Count: 18)[758]
Physics
  1. Peter Grünberg[164] (B.A) - 2007
  2. Horst Störmer[759] (B.A) - 1998
  3. Gerd Binnig[760] (B.A, PhD) - 1986
  1. Max Born[335] (Prof) - 1954
  2. Max Laue[338] (Prof) - 1914*
  1. Hans Bethe[376] (Inst) - 1967
  2. Otto Stern[532] (Privatdozent) - 1943
Chemistry
  1. Lord Todd[670] (PhD) - 1957
  1. Hartmut Michel[381] (Adj Prof) - 1988
  2. Jean-Marie Lehn[538] (Heinrich Hertz Vis Prof) - 1987
  3. Karl Ziegler[617] (Lect) - 1963
  4. Paul Karrer[691] (Res) - 1937
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Günter Blobel[396] (UG Atten) - 1999
  2. Christiane Volhard[704] (UG Atten) - 1995
  1. Niels Jerne[761] (Prof) - 1984
  2. Paul Ehrlich[758] (Prof) - 1908
  1. Ulf von Euler[516][762] (Rockefeller Fel) - 1970
  2. Otto Loewi[399] (Res) - 1936
  3. Robert Bárány[705] (Vis) - 1914
Economics
  1. Reinhard Selten[763] (B.A, PhD) - 1994
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Imperial College London, United Kingdom
Total: 20 (Univ Count: 14)[764]

Notes: 1) Seel also: List of Nobel laureates affiliated with Imperial College London. Peter Higgs and Charles Kao are included in the following list but not the University Count.

2) Konrad Bloch was a Guggenheim Fellow at Imperial College London in 1961, but he is excluded because he does not classify this award-based position as appointment.[524]

Physics
  1. Abdus Salam[765] (Prof) - 1979*
  2. Dennis Gabor[766] (Prof) - 1971
  3. Patrick Blackett[344] (Prof) - 1948
  4. George P. Thomson[767] (Prof) - 1937*
  1. Peter Higgs[499] (Res Fel) - 2013
  2. Charles Kao[citation needed] (Vis Prof) - 2009
  3. Steven Weinberg[768] (Vis) - 1979
Chemistry
  1. Geoffrey Wilkinson[769] (B.S, PhD) - 1973
  2. Derek Barton[770] (B.S, PhD) - 1969
  1. Geoffrey Wilkinson[769] (Prof) - 1973*
  2. Derek Barton[770] (Prof) - 1969*
  3. George Porter[771][772] (Prof) - 1967
  1. Greg Winter[96] (PSD) - 2018
  2. Walter Kohn[480] (Vis Sch) - 1998
  3. Cyril Hinshelwood[773] (Sr. Res Fel) - 1956
  4. Norman Haworth[353] (Demonstrator) - 1937
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Alexander Fleming[774] (B.S, M.B) - 1945
  2. Frederick Hopkins[775] (UG Atten) - 1929
  1. Rodney Porter[776] (Prof) - 1972
  2. Alexander Fleming[774] (Prof) - 1945*
  3. Ernest Chain[777] (Prof) - 1945
  1. Stanley Prusiner[482] (Leverhulme Vis Prof) - 1997
  2. Andrew Huxley[764] (Fel) - 1963
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom
Total: 20 (Univ Count: 18)[778]

Notes: 1) See also: List of Nobel laureates affiliated with the London School of Economics. Óscar Arias and Harry Markowitz are included in the following list but not the University Count.

Economics
  1. Chris Pissarides[66] (PhD) - 2010
  2. Leonid Hurwicz[69] (UG Atten) - 2007
  3. Robert Mundell[779] (UG Atten) - 1999
  4. Ronald Coase[780] (B.Com) - 1991
  5. W. A. Lewis[673] (B.S, PhD) - 1979
  1. Oliver S. Hart[61] (Prof) - 2016
  2. Chris Pissarides[66] (Prof) - 2010*
  3. George Akerlof[147] (Prof) - 2001
  4. Amartya Sen[781] (Prof) - 1998
  5. Ronald Coase[780] (Reader) - 1991
  6. James Meade[782] (Prof) - 1977
  7. Friedrich Hayek[436] (Prof) - 1974
  1. Paul Krugman[783] (Assoc) - 2008
  2. Harry Markowitz[490] (Vis Prof) - 1990
  3. Merton Miller[756] (Vis Asst Lect) - 1990
  4. Sir John Hicks[674] (Lect) - 1972
Literature
  1. G. Bernard Shaw[778] (Founder) - 1925
  1. Bertrand Russell[656][778] (Lect) - 1950
Peace
  1. Juan Santos[784] (M.S) - 2016
  2. Óscar Arias[785] (M.A) - 1987
  1. Philip Noel-Baker[778] (Prof) - 1959
  1. Ralph Bunche[657] (PSD) - 1950
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Northwestern University, United States
Total: 20
Chemistry
  1. Fraser Stoddart[649] (Prof) - 2016*
  2. John Pople[751] (Prof) - 1998*
  1. Jean-Pierre Sauvage[692] (Vis Sch) - 2016
  2. Aaron Ciechanover[36] (Vis Adj Prof) - 2004
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Robert Furchgott[604] (PhD) - 1998
  1. Ferid Murad[786] (Adj Prof) - 1998
Economics
  1. George Stigler[585] (M.B.A) - 1982
  1. Paul Milgrom[150] (Assoc Prof) - 2020
  2. Bengt Holmström[174] (Assoc Prof) - 2016
  3. Dale Mortensen[239] (Prof) - 2010*
  4. Roger Myerson[57] (Prof) - 2007
  5. Franco Modigliani[787] (Prof) - 1985
  1. Lars P. Hansen[64] (Nemmers Vis Prof) - 2013
  2. Oliver Williamson[68] (Vis Prof) - 2009
  3. Leonid Hurwicz[69] (Vis Prof) - 2007
  4. Robert Aumann[152] (Nemmers Vis Prof) - 2005
  5. Edward Prescott[172] (Vis Prof) - 2004
  6. Robert Lucas Jr[755] (Vis Prof) - 1995
Literature
  1. Saul Bellow[589] (B.S) - 1976
Peace
  1. Ralph Bunche[657] (PSD) - 1950

45th

Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Kyoto University, Japan
Total: 19 (Univ Count: 11)[788][789]

Notes: 1) See also: List of Nobel laureates affiliated with Kyoto University.

Physics
  1. Isamu Akasaki[790] (B.S) - 2014
  2. Sin-Itiro Tomonaga[791] (B.S) - 1965
  3. Hideki Yukawa[792] (B.S) - 1949
  1. Toshihide Maskawa[793] (Prof) - 2008*
  2. Hideki Yukawa[792] (Prof) - 1949*
  1. Makoto Kobayashi[794] (Res Assoc) - 2008
  2. Theodor Hänsch[215] (Vis Prof) - 2005
  3. Anthony Leggett[23] (Res Assoc) - 2003
  4. Willis Lamb[795] (Vis Prof) - 1955
Chemistry
  1. Akira Yoshino[796] (B.S, M.S) - 2019
  2. Ryoji Noyori[38] (B.S, M.S, PhD) - 2001
  3. Kenichi Fukui[797] (B.S) - 1981
  1. Kenichi Fukui[797] (Prof) - 1981*
  1. Aaron Ciechanover[36] (Vis Prof) - 2004
  2. Ryoji Noyori[38] (Inst) - 2001
  3. Alan MacDiarmid[99][798] (Vis Prof) - 2000
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Tasuku Honjo[799] (M.D, PhD) - 2018
  2. Yoshinori Ohsumi[800] (Grad Atten) - 2016
  3. Susumu Tonegawa[599] (B.S) - 1987
  1. Tasuku Honjo[799] (Prof) - 2018*
  2. Shinya Yamanaka[801] (Prof) - 2012*
Economics
  1. Oliver Williamson[68] (Vis Prof) - 2009
Peace
  1. Aung Suu Kyi[802] (Vis Sch) - 1991
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Total: 19 (Univ Count: 19)[803]

Notes: 1) See also: List of Nobel laureates affiliated with the University of Edinburgh.

Physics
  1. Igor Tamm[804] (UG Atten) - 1958
  1. Peter Higgs[499] (Prof) - 2013*
  2. Max Born[335] (Prof) - 1954*
  3. Charles Barkla[805] (Prof) - 1917*
Chemistry
  1. Richard Henderson[97] (B.S) - 2017
  2. Fraser Stoddart[649] (B.S, PhD) - 2016
  1. Peter D. Mitchell[806] (Prof) - 1978
  1. Kurt Wüthrich[140] (Vis Prof) - 2002
  2. Lord Todd[670] (Res) - 1957
  3. Vincent du Vigneaud[481] (NRC Fel) - 1955
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Robert G. Edwards[109] (PhD) - 2010
  2. Peter C. Doherty[807] (PhD) - 1996
  1. Hermann J. Muller[808] (Prof) - 1946
  1. Michael Rosbash[187] (PSD) - 2017
  2. Edvard Moser[513] (PSD) - 2014
  3. May-Britt Moser[514] (PSD) - 2014
  4. Paul Nurse[455] (PSD) - 2001
Economics
  1. James Mirrlees[809] (M.A) - 1996
Peace
  1. Joseph Rotblat[803] (Montague Vis Prof) - 1995
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Strasbourg, France
Total: 19

Notes: 1) This count includes affiliates of predecessor institutions before their reunification in 2009.

Physics
  1. Louis Néel[285] (PhD) - 1970
  2. Max Laue[338] (UG Atten) - 1914
  1. Louis Néel[285] (Prof) - 1970
  2. Karl Ferdinand Braun[810] (Prof) - 1909*
  3. Wilhelm Röntgen[378] (Prof) - 1901
  1. Pieter Zeeman[811] (PSD) - 1902
Chemistry
  1. Jean-Marie Lehn[538] (B.S, PhD) - 1987
  2. Emil Fischer[393] (PhD) - 1902
  1. Jean-Pierre Sauvage[692] (Prof) - 2016*
  2. Martin Karplus[26] (Prof) - 2013*
  3. Jean-Marie Lehn[538] (Prof) - 1987*
  4. Adolf von Baeyer[392] (Prof) - 1905
  1. Hermann Staudinger[383] (Lect) - 1953
  2. Hans Euler-Chelpin[363][812] (Vis) - 1929
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Jules Hoffmann[813] (B.S, PhD) - 2011
  2. Otto Loewi[399] (M.D) - 1936
  3. Otto Meyerhof[488] (Med Atten) - 1922
  4. Albrecht Kossel[622] (Med Atten) - 1910
  5. Paul Ehrlich[371] (Med Atten) - 1908
  6. Alphonse Laveran[814] (M.D) - 1907
  1. Jules Hoffmann[813] (Prof) - 2011*
  1. Albrecht Kossel[622] (Lect) - 1910
Peace
  1. Albert Schweitzer[815] (M.D, PhD) - 1952
  2. Ludwig Quidde[374] (UG Atten) - 1927

48th

Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Case Western Reserve University, United States
Total: 18 (Univ Count: 15)[816]

Notes: 1) Corneille Heymans is included in the following list but not the University Count.

Physics
  1. Donald Glaser[625] (B.S) - 1960
  2. Polykarp Kusch[549] (B.S) - 1955
  1. Frederick Reines[417] (Prof) - 1995
  2. Albert Michelson[817] (Prof) - 1907
Chemistry
  1. Paul Berg[676] (PhD) - 1980
  1. George Olah[818][819] (Prof) - 1994
  1. Irwin Rose[166] (PSD) - 2004
  2. Peter Agre[410] (Med Trainee) - 2003
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Paul Lauterbur[820] (B.S) - 2003
  2. Ferid Murad[786] (M.D, PhD) - 1998
  3. Alfred G. Gilman[821] (M.D, PhD) - 1994
  1. Earl Sutherland[678] (Prof) - 1971
  2. Frederick Robbins[822] (Prof) - 1954*
  3. John J. R. Macleod[823] (Prof) - 1923
  1. George Hitchings[743] (PSD) - 1988
  2. Corneille Heymans[518] (Res) - 1938
Economics
  1. Richard Thaler[171] (B.A) - 2017
  2. Edward Prescott[172] (M.A) - 2004
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
Technical University of Munich, Germany
Total: 18 (Univ Count: 17)[407]

Notes: 1) Eduard Buchner is included in the following list but not the University Count.

Physics
  1. Wolfgang Ketterle[185] (M.A) - 2001
  2. Wolfgang Paul[341] (UG Atten) - 1989
  3. Ernst Ruska[824] (Atten) - 1986
  4. Rudolf Mössbauer[825] (B.A, PhD) - 1961
  1. Klaus von Klitzing[826] (Prof) - 1985
  2. Rudolf Mössbauer[825] (Prof) - 1961*
  3. Gustav Hertz[337][827] (Director) - 1925
Chemistry
  1. Joachim Frank[101] (PhD) - 2017
  2. Gerhard Ertl[139] (PhD) - 2007
  3. Johann Deisenhofer[828] (M.S, PhD) - 1988
  4. Robert Huber[829] (B.S, PhD) - 1988
  5. Ernst Otto Fischer[391] (B.A, PhD) - 1973
  6. Eduard Buchner[390][830] (UG Atten) - 1907
  1. Ernst Otto Fischer[391] (Prof) - 1973*
  2. Hans Fischer[387] (Prof) - 1930*
  3. Heinrich Wieland[388] (Prof) - 1927
  1. Gerhard Ertl[139] (Lect) - 2007
  2. Rudolph Marcus[420] (Distinguished Adj Prof) - 1992
  3. Robert Huber[829] (Apl. Prof) - 1988
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Erwin Neher[370] (PhD) - 1991
  2. Konrad Bloch[523] (B.S) - 1964
Literature
  1. Thomas Mann[407] (UG Atten) - 1929
Alumni Long-term academic staff Short-term academic staff
University of Leipzig (Karl Marx University), Germany
Total: 18
Physics
  1. Felix Bloch[528] (PhD) - 1952
  1. Werner Heisenberg[336] (Prof) - 1932*
  2. Gustav Hertz[827] (Prof) - 1925
  1. Sin-Itiro Tomonaga[791] (PSD) - 1965
  2. Felix Bloch[528] (Privatdozent) - 1952
  3. Isidor Rabi[380] (Res Fel) - 1944
Chemistry
  1. Carl Bosch[619] (PhD) - 1931
  2. Friedrich Bergius[620] (PhD) - 1931
  1. Peter Debye[356] (Prof) - 1936
  2. Wilhelm Ostwald[831] (Prof) - 1909*
  1. Fritz Pregl[832][833] (Vis) - 1923
  2. Walther Nernst[359] (Res) - 1920
  3. Theodore W. Richards[364][365] (Vis) - 1914
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Bernard Katz[509] (M.D) - 1970
  1. Haldan Hartline[403][404] (Res Fel) - 1967
  2. John J. R. Macleod[823] (Anderson Res Fel) - 1923
Literature
  1. Theodor Mommsen[699] (Prof) - 1902
Peace
  1. Gustav Stresemann[834] (PhD) - 1926
  1. Nathan Söderblom[835] (Prof) - 1930

Other universities (51st–)Edit

See List of Nobel laureates by university affiliation II.

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ a b The total number of laureates in natural sciences: Physics, Chemistry, and Physiology or Medicine.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g Linus Pauling won a Nobel Chemistry Prize and a Nobel Peace Prize.
  3. ^ The original University of Paris dissolved into thirteen universities in 1970, and since 2010 there has been another round of reorganization with a new University of Paris established in 2019. Currently, official academic affiliates of all the thirteen successor universities—except Paris Dauphine University after 2019, when it became a constituent college of the Paris Sciences et Lettres University—as well as their successors, if any, are here taken into consideration.
  4. ^ Marie Curie won a Nobel Physics Prize and a Nobel Chemistry Prize.
  5. ^ Overlap of affiliates among the three columns.
  6. ^ From 1931-1971 the lab was named "University of California Radiation Laboratory" (1931-1958) and "Lawrence Radiation Laboratory" (1958-1971), and was widely regarded as a part of the University of California, Berkeley. In 1971, the lab was renamed "Lawrence Berkeley Lab" with its Livermore branch becoming a separate lab "Lawrence Livermore Lab", both of which were counted as a part of the University of California. In 1995, the lab was renamed "Lawrence Berkeley National Lab" as a national lab of U.S. Department of Energy, being officially managed by the University of California.
  7. ^ Even though the laboratory (as Project Y) was officially managed by University of California, Berkeley after its establishment in 1943, the initial appointments in the lab were for military purposes only and were not academic appointments. After the Manhattan Project the lab was renamed "Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory" in January 1, 1947, and in 1952 the lab became officially managed by the University of California when the latter was separated from UC Berkeley. In 1981, the lab was renamed "Los Alamos National Laboratory" as a national lab of U.S. Department of Energy.

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