List of Nobel laureates by university affiliation

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This list of Nobel laureates by university affiliation shows comprehensively the university affiliations of individual winners of the Nobel Prize and the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences since 1901 (as of 2018, 904 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 2018, 24 such organizations) or any individuals affiliated with those organizations. In this list, universities are presented in descending order starting from those affiliated with most Nobel Prize winners.

University academic institution for further education

A university is an institution of higher education and research which awards academic degrees in various academic disciplines. Universities typically provide undergraduate education and postgraduate education.

Nobel Prize Set of annual international awards, primarily 5 established in 1895 by Alfred Nobel

The Nobel Prize is a set of annual international awards bestowed in several categories by Swedish and Norwegian institutions in recognition of academic, cultural, or scientific advances.

The Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences, commonly referred to as the Nobel Prize in Economics, is an award for outstanding contributions to the field of economics, and generally regarded as the most prestigious award for that field. The award's official name is The Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel.

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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 (graduate & attendee), 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/tenure-track and equivalent academic positions, while that of "Short-term academic staff" consists of lecturers (without tenure), postdoctoral researchers, visiting professors/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.

Bachelors degree Undergraduate academic degree

A bachelor's degree or baccalaureate is an undergraduate academic degree awarded by colleges and universities upon completion of a course of study lasting three to seven years. In some institutions and educational systems, some bachelor's degrees can only be taken as graduate or postgraduate degrees after a first degree has been completed. In countries with qualifications frameworks, bachelor's degrees are normally one of the major levels in the framework, although some qualifications titled bachelor's degrees may be at other levels and some qualifications with non-bachelor's titles may be classified as bachelor's degrees.

A master's degree is an academic degree awarded by universities or colleges upon completion of a course of study demonstrating mastery or a high-order overview of a specific field of study or area of professional practice. A master's degree normally requires previous study at the bachelor's level, either as a separate degree or as part of an integrated course. Within the area studied, master's graduates are expected to possess advanced knowledge of a specialized body of theoretical and applied topics; high order skills in analysis, critical evaluation, or professional application; and the ability to solve complex problems and think rigorously and independently.

Doctorate academic or professional degree

A doctorate or doctor's degree or doctoral degree, is an academic degree awarded by universities, derived from the ancient formalism licentia docendi In most countries, it is a research degree that qualifies the holder to teach at university level in the degree's field, or to work in a specific profession. There are a variety of names for doctoral degrees; the most common is the Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), which is awarded in many different fields, ranging from the humanities to scientific disciplines.

Further explanations on "visitors" under "Short-term academic staff" are now presented. 1) All informal/personal visits are excluded from the list; 2) all employment-based visiting positions, which carry teaching/research duties, are included as affiliations in the list; 3) as for award/honor-based visiting positions, this list takes a conservative view and includes the positions as affiliations only if the laureates were required to assume employment-level duty (teaching/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/honor-based visiting positions such as the "Morris Loeb Short-term Lectureship" at Harvard University and Guggenheim Fellowship are awards/honors/recognition 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/honor-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.

Curriculum vitae summary of career

A curriculum vitae, often shortened as CV or vita, is a written overview of a person's experience and other qualifications for a job opportunity. It is akin to a résumé in North America. In some countries, a CV is typically the first item that a potential employer encounters regarding the job seeker and is typically used to screen applicants, often followed by an interview. CVs may also be requested for applicants to postsecondary programs, scholarships, grants and bursaries. In the 2010s, some applicants provide an electronic text of their CV to employers using email, an online employment website or using a job-oriented social-networking-service website, such as LinkedIn.

Harvard University private research university in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States

Harvard University is a private Ivy League research university in Cambridge, Massachusetts, with about 6,700 undergraduate students and about 15,250 postgraduate students. Established in 1636 and named for its first benefactor, clergyman John Harvard, Harvard is the United States' oldest institution of higher learning, and its history, influence, and wealth have made it one of the world's most prestigious universities.

Guggenheim Fellowships are grants that have been awarded annually since 1925 by the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation to those "who have demonstrated exceptional capacity for productive scholarship or exceptional creative ability in the arts." The roll of Fellows includes numerous Nobel Laureates, Pulitzer, and other prize winners.

In this list, the number following a person's name is the year he/she received the prize; in particular, a number with asterisk (*) means the person received the award while he/she was 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.

Emeritus, in its current usage, is an adjective used to designate a retired professor, pastor, bishop, pope, director, president, prime minister, rabbi, or other person.

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.

Abbreviation: 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 results

Top 30 universities worldwide since 1901

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By subject

RankUniversityTotalNormalized [Note 1] PHYCHEP/MECOLIPE
1 Harvard University Flag of the United States.svg 158100.03437413088
2 University of Cambridge Flag of the United Kingdom.svg 11874.73431301553
3 University of California, Berkeley Flag of the United States.svg 10767.73330172431 [Note 2]
4 University of Chicago Flag of the United States.svg 9862.03218113232
5 Columbia University Flag of the United States.svg 9660.83315221556
6 Massachusetts Institute of Technology Flag of the United States.svg 9358.93515123001
7 Stanford University Flag of the United States.svg 8352.52613162621 [Note 2]
8 California Institute of Technology Flag of the United States.svg 7346.2291721601 [Note 2]
9 University of Oxford Flag of the United Kingdom.svg 6943.71417181056 [Note 2]
10 Princeton University Flag of the United States.svg 6541.127941951
11 Yale University Flag of the United States.svg 6138.6810142243
12 Cornell University Flag of the United States.svg 5836.7211214542
13 Humboldt University of Berlin Flag of Germany.svg 5534.8142112143
14 University of Paris [Note 3] Flag of France.svg 5031.6159 [Note 4] 10467
15 University of Göttingen Flag of Germany.svg 4528.519168011
16 University of Munich Flag of Germany.svg 4226.613199011 [Note 2]
17 University of Copenhagen Flag of Denmark.svg 3924.71978321 [Note 2]
18 Johns Hopkins University Flag of the United States.svg 3723.44816513
New York University Flag of the United States.svg 3723.434121422
20 Rockefeller University Flag of the United States.svg 3622.811025000
21 University of Pennsylvania Flag of the United States.svg 3522.2410101100
22 University College London Flag of the United Kingdom.svg 3320.94719210
23 ETH Zurich Flag of Switzerland.svg 3220.311174000
24 University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign Flag of the United States.svg 3019.011511300
University of Minnesota Flag of the United States.svg 3019.07441221
26 University of California, San Diego Flag of the United States.svg 2717.15910301 [Note 2]
University of Heidelberg Flag of Germany.svg 2717.11185012
28 University of Manchester Flag of the United Kingdom.svg 2515.81192300
University of Michigan Flag of the United States.svg 2515.8936520
University of Wisconsin–Madison Flag of the United States.svg 2515.85710210

By affiliation type

RankUniversityTotalNormalizedAlumniLong-term academic staffShort-term academic staffOverlap [Note 5]
1 Harvard University 158100.0765375-46
2 University of Cambridge 11874.7694454-49
3 University of California, Berkeley 10767.7344051-18
4 University of Chicago 9862.0334738-20
5 Columbia University 9660.8433338-18
6 Massachusetts Institute of Technology 9358.9383338-16
7 Stanford University 8352.5134635-11
8 California Institute of Technology 7346.2222140-10
9 University of Oxford 6943.7291635-11
10 Princeton University 6541.1192529-8
11 Yale University 6138.6212823-11
12 Cornell University 5836.7181925-4
13 Humboldt University of Berlin 5534.8322011-8
14 University of Paris 5031.641217-19
15 University of Göttingen 4528.5211217-5
16 University of Munich 4226.6281210-8
17 University of Copenhagen 3924.712826-7
18 Johns Hopkins University 3723.4161414-7
New York University 3723.4101316-2
20 Rockefeller University 3622.832613-6
21 University of Pennsylvania 3522.271415-1
22 University College London 3320.991214-2
23 ETH Zurich 3220.312914-3
24 University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign 3019.0111014-5
University of Minnesota 3019.0111360
26 University of California, San Diego 2717.131680
University of Heidelberg 2717.115106-4
28 University of Manchester 2515.89135-2
University of Michigan 2515.88613-2
University of Wisconsin–Madison 2515.81377-2

Top 20 universities worldwide since 2000

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By subject

RankUniversityTotalNormalized [Note 1] PHYCHEP/MECOLIPE
1 Harvard University Flag of the United States.svg 60100.0121581825
2 Massachusetts Institute of Technology Flag of the United States.svg 3863.38452001
3 Stanford University Flag of the United States.svg 3660.04781610
University of California, Berkeley Flag of the United States.svg 3660.071161200
5 University of Cambridge Flag of the United Kingdom.svg 3050.03109611
Yale University Flag of the United States.svg 3050.04731501
7 Princeton University Flag of the United States.svg 2948.39411410
8 California Institute of Technology Flag of the United States.svg 2643.3795500
9 University of Chicago Flag of the United States.svg 2338.37211111
10 Columbia University Flag of the United States.svg 2033.3254414
11 University of Pennsylvania Flag of the United States.svg 1626.7252700
12 Cornell University Flag of the United States.svg 1525.0633300
University of Oxford Flag of the United Kingdom.svg 1525.0424311
14 New York University Flag of the United States.svg 1423.3022901
15 Kyoto University Flag of Japan.svg 1220.0533100
16 Hebrew University Flag of Israel.svg 1118.3140600
Johns Hopkins University Flag of the United States.svg 1118.3244010
Northwestern University Flag of the United States.svg 1118.3030800
University of Minnesota Flag of the United States.svg 1118.3010910
University of Paris Flag of France.svg 1118.3422201

By affiliation type

RankUniversityTotalNormalizedAlumniLong-term academic staffShort-term academic staffOverlap
1 Harvard University 60100.0321330-15
2 Massachusetts Institute of Technology 3863.3211412-9
3 Stanford University 3660.091618-7
University of California, Berkeley 3660.0131514-6
5 University of Cambridge 3050.015718-10
Yale University 3050.091711-7
7 Princeton University 2948.371015-3
8 California Institute of Technology 2643.37516-2
9 University of Chicago 2338.36139-5
10 Columbia University 2033.36107-3
11 University of Pennsylvania 1626.7296-1
12 Cornell University 1525.0637-1
University of Oxford 1525.0828-3
14 New York University 1423.3357-1
15 Kyoto University 1220.0437-2
16 Hebrew University 1118.3526-2
Johns Hopkins University 1118.3453-1
Northwestern University 1118.30470
University of Minnesota 1118.34520
University of Paris 1118.3832-2

Top 5 universities by region

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Since 1901

RankAfricaAsiaEurope
UniversityTotalUniversityTotalUniversityTotal
1 University of Cape Town Flag of South Africa.svg 5 Kyoto University Flag of Japan.svg 18 University of Cambridge Flag of the United Kingdom.svg 118
2 University of the Witwatersrand Flag of South Africa.svg 4 University of Tokyo Flag of Japan.svg 16 University of Oxford Flag of the United Kingdom.svg 69
3 Cairo University Flag of Egypt.svg 3 Hebrew University Flag of Israel.svg 15 Humboldt University of Berlin Flag of Germany.svg 55
4Many (not displayed)1 Nagoya University

Weizmann Institute of Science

Flag of Japan.svg

Flag of Israel.svg

6 University of Paris Flag of France.svg 50
5--- University of Göttingen Flag of Germany.svg 45
RankLatin AmericaNorth AmericaOceania
UniversityTotalUniversityTotalUniversityTotal
1 University of Buenos Aires Flag of Argentina.svg 5 Harvard University Flag of the United States.svg 158 Australian National University Flag of Australia (converted).svg 8
2 National Autonomous University of Mexico Flag of Mexico.svg 3 University of California, Berkeley Flag of the United States.svg 107 University of Melbourne Flag of Australia (converted).svg 7
3 University of Chile Flag of Chile.svg 2 University of Chicago Flag of the United States.svg 98 University of Adelaide Flag of Australia (converted).svg 5
4Many (not displayed)1 Columbia University Flag of the United States.svg 96 University of Sydney Flag of Australia (converted).svg 4
5 Massachusetts Institute of Technology Flag of the United States.svg 93 University of Canterbury Flag of New Zealand.svg 3

Since 2000

RankAfricaAsiaEurope
UniversityTotalUniversityTotalUniversityTotal
1Many (not displayed)1 Kyoto University 12 University of Cambridge 30
2 Hebrew University 11 University of Oxford 15
3 University of Tokyo 9 University of Paris 11
4 Nagoya University 6 University College London 10
5 Chinese University of Hong Kong

Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Technion-Israel Institute of Technology

Weizmann Institute of Science

4 University of Edinburgh 9
RankLatin AmericaNorth AmericaOceania
UniversityTotalUniversityTotalUniversityTotal
1 National University of San Marcos 1 Harvard University 60 Australian National University 3
2 Massachusetts Institute of Technology 38 University of Adelaide

University of Canterbury

University of Melbourne

University of Western Australia

2
3 Stanford University

University of California, Berkeley

36
4--
5 Yale University 29

Harvard University (1st)

AlumniLong-term academic staffShort-term academic staff
Harvard University, United States
Total: 158 (Univ Count: 49) [8]

Notes: 1) Affiliates of Radcliffe College ("Harvard Annex", 1879–1999) are not included in this list. [9]

2) Affiliates of Massachusetts General Hospital and Boston Children's Hospital are included in this list. [10] [11]

3) "Morris Loeb Short-term Lectureship" (M.L.S Lecturer), "Lee Historical Lectureship" and "Charles Eliot Norton Professorship" are award/honor-based visiting positions without employment-level duty. On the other hand, "Morris Loeb Long-term Lectureship" (M.L.L Lecturer) usually carries teaching duty. [12] [13]

4) Eric Cornell was a Teaching Fellow at Harvard Extension School in 1989. [14] He is excluded from the list. Also being excluded are Albert Szent-Györgyi who was visiting Harvard to deliver three public lectures in 1935, [15] [16] and Shimon Peres who attended a 4-month Advanced Management Program (non-degree) at Harvard Business School. [17]

5) Harvard's University 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 list.

6) The following laureate has unclear visiting position at Harvard and is not included for now: Gerald Edelman. [18]

Physics
  1. David Wineland [19] (PhD) - 2012
  2. Adam Riess [20] (PhD) - 2011
  3. Brian Schmidt [21] (PhD) - 2011
  4. Saul Perlmutter [22] (B.A) - 2011
  5. Roy Glauber [23] (B.A, PhD) - 2005
  6. David Politzer [24] (PhD) - 2004
  7. David M. Lee [25] (B.A) - 1996
  8. Joseph H. Taylor [26] (PhD) - 1993
  9. Kenneth G. Wilson [27] (B.A) - 1982
  10. Nico Bloembergen [28] (Grad Atten) - 1981
  11. Sheldon Glashow [29] (M.A, PhD) - 1979
  12. John van Vleck [30] (M.A, PhD) - 1977
  13. Philip W. Anderson [31] (B.A, M.A, PhD) - 1977
  14. Ben Mottelson [32] (PhD) - 1975
  15. Edward M. Purcell [33] (M.A, PhD) - 1952
  16. Percy Bridgman [34] (B.A, M.A, PhD) - 1946
  1. Roy Glauber [23] (Prof) - 2005*
  2. Riccardo Giacconi [35] (Prof) - 2002
  3. Norman Ramsey [36] (Prof) - 1989*
  4. Carlo Rubbia [37] (Prof) - 1984
  5. Nico Bloembergen [28] (Prof) - 1981*
  6. Sheldon Glashow [29] (Prof) - 1979*
  7. Steven Weinberg [38] (Prof) - 1979*
  8. Robert W. Wilson [39] (Sr. Sci) - 1978
  9. John van Vleck [30] (Prof) - 1977*
  10. Julian Schwinger [40] (Prof) - 1965*
  11. Edward M. Purcell [33] (Prof) - 1952*
  12. Percy Bridgman [34] (Prof) - 1946*
  1. John M. Kosterlitz [41] (Vis Prof) - 2016
  2. Serge Haroche [42] (Vis Prof) - 2012
  3. Brian Schmidt [21] (PSD) - 2011
  4. David Gross [43] (Jr. Fel) - 2004
  5. David Politzer [24] (Jr. Fel) - 2004
  6. Frank Wilczek [44] (Vis Prof) - 2004
  7. Anthony Leggett [45] (Res Assoc) - 2003
  8. Gerard 't Hooft [46] [47] (M.L.L Lect) - 1999
  9. Kenneth G. Wilson [27] (Jr. Fel) - 1982
  10. Nico Bloembergen [28] (Jr. Fel) - 1981
  11. Steven Weinberg [38] (Vis Prof) - 1979
  12. Arno Penzias [48] (Res Assoc) - 1978
  13. John Bardeen [49] (Jr. Fel) - 1956, 1972
  14. Owen Chamberlain [47] (M.L.L Lect) - 1959
  15. Walter Brattain [50] (Vis Lect) - 1956
  16. Willis Lamb [47] (M.L.L Lect) - 1955
  17. Felix Bloch [51] (Res) - 1952
Chemistry
  1. George P. Smith [52] (PhD) - 2018
  2. Martin Karplus [53] (B.A) - 2013
  3. Thomas Steitz [54] (PhD) - 2009
  4. Martin Chalfie [55] (B.A, PhD) - 2008
  5. Roger Tsien [56] (B.S) - 2008
  6. Roger Kornberg [57] (B.A) - 2006
  7. Richard Schrock [58] (PhD) - 2005
  8. William S. Knowles [59] (B.S) - 2001
  9. Walter Kohn [60] (PhD) - 1998
  10. Donald Cram [61] (PhD) - 1987
  11. Dudley Herschbach [62] (PhD) - 1986
  12. Jerome Karle [63] (M.A) - 1985
  13. Roald Hoffmann [64] (PhD) - 1981
  14. Walter Gilbert [65] [66] (B.S, M.S) - 1980
  15. Chris Anfinsen [67] (PhD) - 1972
  16. William H. Stein [68] (B.S) - 1972
  17. James B. Sumner [69] (B.A, PhD) - 1946
  18. Theodore W. Richards [70] (B.A, PhD) - 1914
  1. Martin Karplus [53] (Prof) - 2013*
  2. Roger Kornberg [57] (Asst Prof) - 2006
  3. Roderick MacKinnon [71] (Prof) - 2003
  4. Elias Corey [72] (Prof) - 1990*
  5. Dudley Herschbach [62] (Prof) - 1986*
  6. Walter Gilbert [65] [66] (Prof) - 1980*
  7. William Lipscomb [73] (Prof) - 1976*
  8. Geoffrey Wilkinson [74] (Asst Prof) - 1973
  9. Christ Anfinsen [67] (Prof) - 1972
  10. Robert B. Woodward [75] (Prof) - 1965*
  11. Theodore W. Richards [70] (Prof) - 1914
  1. William Moerner [76] (Woodward Vis Prof) - 2014
  2. Arieh Warshel [77] (PSD) - 2013
  3. Robert Lefkowitz [78] (Teaching Fel) - 2012
  4. Thomas Steitz [54] (PSD) - 2009
  5. Roger Kornberg [57] (Jr. Fel) - 2006
  6. Aaron Ciechanover [79] (Vis Prof) - 2004
  7. Roderick MacKinnon [71] (PSD) - 2003
  8. Barry Sharpless [80] (PSD) - 2001
  9. Ryoji Noyori [81] (PSD) - 2001
  10. William S. Knowles [59] [82] (PSD) - 2001
  11. Walter Kohn [60] (PSD) - 1998
  12. Robert Curl [83] (PSD) - 1996
  13. Sidney Altman [84] (PSD) - 1989
  14. Jean-Marie Lehn [85] (Vis Prof) - 1987
  15. Dudley Herschbach [62] (Jr. Fel) - 1986
  16. Y. T. Lee [86] (PSD) - 1986
  17. Roald Hoffmann [64] (Jr. Fel) - 1981
  18. Walter Gilbert [65] (PSD) - 1980
  19. William H. Stein [68] (Vis Prof) - 1972
  20. Derek Barton [87] (Vis Lect) - 1969
  21. Robert Mulliken [88] (NRC Fel) - 1966
  22. Robert B. Woodward [89] (Jr. Fel) - 1965
  23. Peter Debye [90] [91] (Vis Lect) - 1936
  24. Wilhelm Ostwald [92] (Vis Prof) - 1909
Physiology or Medicine
  1. James Rothman [93] (PhD) - 2013
  2. Ralph Steinman [94] (M.D) - 2011
  3. Mario Capecchi [95] (PhD) - 2007
  4. Craig Mello [96] (PhD) - 2006
  5. Robert Horvitz [97] (M.A, PhD) - 2002
  6. Eric Kandel [98] (B.A) - 2000
  7. Donnall Thomas [99] (M.D) - 1990
  8. Joseph Murray [100] (M.D) - 1990
  9. Harold Varmus [101] (M.A) - 1989
  10. J. Michael Bishop [102] (M.D) - 1989
  11. George Hitchings [103] (PhD) - 1988
  12. George D. Snell [104] (PhD) - 1980
  13. Carleton Gajdusek [105] (M.D) - 1976
  14. Charles Huggins [106] (M.D) - 1966
  15. Frederick Robbins [107] (M.D) - 1954
  16. John Enders [108] (PhD) - 1954
  17. Thomas H. Weller [109] (M.D) - 1954
  18. Edward Doisy [110] (PhD) - 1943
  19. George Minot [111] (B.A, M.D) - 1934
  20. William P. Murphy [112] (M.D) - 1934
  1. Jack Szostak [113] (Prof) - 2009*
  2. Linda Buck [114] (Prof) - 2004
  3. David Hubel [115] (Prof) - 1981*
  4. Torsten Wiesel [116] (Prof) - 1981*
  5. Baruj Benacerraf [117] (Prof) - 1980*
  6. George Wald [118] (Prof) - 1967*
  7. Konrad Bloch [119] (Prof) - 1964*
  8. James Watson [120] (Prof) - 1962*
  9. Georg Békésy [121] (Prof) - 1961*
  10. George Beadle [122] (Asst Prof) - 1958
  11. Fritz Lipmann [123] (Prof) - 1953*
  12. John Enders [108] (Prof) - 1954*
  13. Thomas Weller [109] (Prof) - 1954*
  14. George Minot [111] (Prof) - 1934*
  15. William Murphy [112] (Sr. Assoc) - 1934
  1. J. Michael Bishop [102] [124] (Med Resident) - 1989
  2. George Hitchings [103] (PSD) - 1988
  3. Joseph L. Goldstein [125] (Med Resident) - 1985
  4. Michael S. Brown [126] (Med Resident) - 1985
  5. Bengt Samuelsson [127] (Vis Prof) - 1982
  6. Roger Sperry [128] (Res Fel) - 1981
  7. Jean Dausset [129] (Res) - 1980
  8. Richard J. Roberts [130] (Res Assoc) - 1980
  9. Allan Cormack [131] [132] (Res Fel) - 1979
  10. Francis Crick [133] [134] (Vis Prof) - 1962
  11. Max Theiler [135] (Inst) - 1951
  12. Frederick Robbins [107] (Res Assoc) - 1954
  13. Carl Cori [136] (Vis Prof) - 1947
Economics
  1. Lloyd Shapley [137] (B.A) - 2012
  2. Christopher Sims [138] (B.A, PhD) - 2011
  3. Thomas Sargent [139] (PhD) - 2011
  4. Eric Maskin [140] (B.A, M.A, PhD) - 2007
  5. Roger Myerson [141] (B.A, PhD) - 2007
  6. Thomas Schelling [142] (PhD) - 2005
  7. Vernon L. Smith [143] (PhD) - 2002
  8. Michael Spence [144] (PhD) - 2001
  9. Merton Miller [145] (B.A) - 1990
  10. Robert Solow [146] (B.A, PhD) - 1987
  11. James Tobin [147] (B.A, PhD) - 1981
  12. Bertil Ohlin [148] (M.A) - 1977
  13. Paul Samuelson [149] (M.A, PhD) - 1970
  1. Oliver S. Hart [150] (Prof) - 2016*
  2. Alvin Roth [151] (Prof) - 2012*
  3. Christopher Sims [138] (Asst Prof) - 2011
  4. Eric Maskin [140] (Prof) - 2007
  5. Thomas Schelling [142] (Prof) - 2005
  6. Michael Spence [144] (Prof) - 2001
  7. Amartya Sen [152] (Prof) - 1998
  8. Robert C. Merton [153] (Prof) - 1997*
  9. Robert Fogel [154] (Prof) - 1993
  10. Wassily Leontief [155] (Prof) - 1973*
  11. Kenneth Arrow [156] (Prof) - 1972*
  12. Simon Kuznets [157] (Prof) - 1971*
  1. Jean Tirole [158] (Taussig Res Prof) - 2014
  2. Lars P. Hansen [159] (Vis Prof) - 2013
  3. Robert Shiller [160] (Vis Sch) - 2013
  4. Christopher Sims [138] (Inst) - 2011
  5. Thomas Sargent [139] (Vis Prof) - 2011
  6. Chris Pissarides [161] (Vis) - 2010
  7. Peter Diamond [162] (Vis) - 2010
  8. Oliver Williamson [163] (Taussig Res Prof) - 2009
  9. Leonid Hurwicz [164] (Vis Prof) - 2007
  10. Daniel Kahneman [165] (Lect) - 2002
  11. Amartya Sen [152] (Vis Prof) - 1998
  12. Robert Merton [153] (Vis Prof) - 1997
  13. Robert Fogel [154] (Taussig Res Prof) - 1993
  14. Franco Modigliani [166] (Vis Prof) - 1985
Literature
  1. T. S. Eliot [167] [168] (B.A, M.A) - 1948
  2. Eugene O'Neill [169] (UG Atten) - 1936
  1. Seamus Heaney [170] (Prof) - 1995*
  1. Mario Vargas Llosa [171] (Vis Prof) - 2010
  2. J. M. Coetzee [172] [173] (Vis Prof) - 2003
  3. Seamus Heaney [170] (Vis Prof) - 1995
  4. Derek Walcott [174] (Vis Prof) - 1992
  5. Bertrand Russell [175] [176] (Vis Lect) - 1950
  6. Rudolf Eucken [177] [178] (Vis Prof) - 1908
Peace
  1. Juan Santos [179] (M.A) - 2016
  2. Ellen Sirleaf [180] (M.A) - 2011
  3. Barack Obama [181] (J.D) - 2009
  4. Al Gore [182] (B.A) - 2007
  5. Henry Kissinger [183] (B.A, M.A, PhD) - 1973
  6. Ralph Bunche [184] (M.A, PhD) - 1950
  7. Theodore Roosevelt [185] (B.A) - 1906
  1. Henry Kissinger [183] (Prof) - 1973
  2. Ralph Bunche [184] (Prof) - 1950
  1. Kim Dae-jung [186] [187] (Vis Fel) - 2000

University of Cambridge (2nd)

AlumniLong-term academic staffShort-term academic staff
University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Total: 118 (Univ Count: 107) [188]

Notes: 1) Carrying teaching/research duties, the Fellows (official) at various Colleges of Cambridge University are long-term academic staff. [189] [190] On the contrary, the "Overseas Fellowship" (Churchill College) and other similar visiting/honorary fellowships at the Colleges are award/honor-based visiting positions without employment-level duty. [191] [192] [193]

2) Affiliates of the Laboratory of Molecular Biology (MRC LMB) are generally excluded starting May 28, 1962, when MRC LMB officially moved out of the Cavendish Laboratory to become a relatively independent department from the University. [194] [195] [196] [197] [Note 6]

Physics
  1. David Thouless [198] (B.A) - 2016
  2. Duncan Haldane [199] (B.A, PhD) - 2016
  3. John M. Kosterlitz [41] (B.A, M.A) - 2016
  4. Norman Ramsey [36] (B.A, M.A, PhD) - 1989
  5. S. Chandrasekhar [200] (PhD) - 1983
  6. Abdus Salam [201] (B.A, PhD) - 1979
  7. Pyotr Kapitsa [202] (PhD) - 1978
  8. Nevill Mott [203] (B.A) - 1977
  9. Antony Hewish [204] (B.A, PhD) - 1974
  10. Brian Josephson [205] (B.A, M.A, PhD) - 1973
  11. Ernest Walton [206] (PhD) - 1951
  12. John Cockcroft [207] (B.A, PhD) - 1951
  13. Cecil Powell [208] (B.A, PhD) - 1950
  14. Patrick Blackett [209] (B.A) - 1948
  15. Edward V. Appleton [210] (B.A, M.A) - 1947
  16. George P. Thomson [211] (B.A) - 1937
  17. James Chadwick [212] (PhD) - 1935
  18. Paul Dirac [213] (PhD) - 1933
  19. Owen Richardson [214] [215] (B.A, M.A) - 1928
  20. Charles T. R. Wilson [216] (B.A) - 1927
  21. Lawrence Bragg [217] (B.A, PhD) - 1915
  22. William H. Bragg [218] (B.A) - 1915
  23. J. J. Thomson [219] (B.A) - 1906
  24. Lord Rayleigh [220] (B.A) - 1904
  1. Nevill Mott [203] (Prof) - 1977*
  2. Philip W. Anderson [31] (Prof) - 1977
  3. Antony Hewish [204] (Prof) - 1974*
  4. Martin Ryle [221] (Prof) - 1974*
  5. Brian Josephson [205] (Prof) - 1973*
  6. John Cockcroft [207] (Prof) - 1951
  7. Patrick Blackett [222] (Fel, King's) - 1948
  8. Edward Appleton [210] (Prof) - 1947
  9. George Thomson [211] (Prof) - 1937
  10. James Chadwick [212] (Prof) - 1935
  11. Paul Dirac [213] (Prof) - 1933*
  12. Owen Richardson [214] (Fel, Trinity) - 1928
  13. Charles Wilson [216] (Prof) - 1927*
  14. Lawrence Bragg [217] (Prof) - 1915
  15. J. J. Thomson [219] (Prof) - 1906*
  16. Lord Rayleigh [220] (Prof) - 1904
  1. David Thouless [198] (Lect) - 2016
  2. William A. Fowler [223] (Vis) - 1983
  3. Abdus Salam [201] (Lect) - 1979
  4. Pyotr Kapitsa [202] (Res) - 1978
  5. Ivar Giaever [224] [225] (Guggenheim Fel) - 1973
  6. Murray Gell-Mann [226] (Overseas Fel, Churchill) - 1969
  7. Hans Bethe [227] (Vis Prof) - 1967
  8. Max Born [228] (Lect) - 1954
  9. George Thomson [211] (Lect) - 1937
  10. Arthur Compton [229] (NRC Fel) - 1927
  11. Niels Bohr [230] (PSD) - 1922
  12. Charles Barkla [231] (Res) - 1917
  13. William H. Bragg [218] (Res) - 1915
Chemistry
  1. Greg Winter [232] (B.A, PhD) - 2018
  2. Richard Henderson [233] (PhD) - 2017
  3. Michael Levitt [234] (PhD) - 2013
  4. Roger Tsien [56] (PhD) - 2008
  5. Alan MacDiarmid [235] (PhD) - 2000
  6. John Pople [236] (B.A, PhD) - 1998
  7. Aaron Klug [237] (PhD) - 1982
  8. Frederick Sanger [238] (B.A, PhD) - 1958, 1980
  9. Walter Gilbert [65] (PhD) - 1980
  10. Peter D. Mitchell [239] (B.A, PhD) - 1978
  11. George Porter [240] [241] (PhD) - 1967
  12. Ronald Norrish [242] (B.A, PhD) - 1967
  13. Dorothy Hodgkin [243] (PhD) - 1964
  14. John Kendrew [197] (B.A, PhD) - 1962
  15. Max Perutz [244] (PhD) - 1962
  16. Archer Martin [245] (B.A) - 1952
  17. Richard Synge [246] (B.A, PhD) - 1952
  18. Ernest Rutherford [247] (B.A) - 1908
  1. Greg Winter [232] (Fel, Trinity) - 2018*
  2. Richard Henderson [233] (Fel, Darwin) - 2017
  3. Venki Ramakrishnan [248] (Fel, Trinity) - 2009
  4. John E. Walker [249] (MRC MBU Director) - 1997
  5. Aaron Klug [237] (Prof) - 1982*
  6. Frederick Sanger [238] (Prof) - 1958*, 1980*
  7. George Porter [240] (Fel, Emmanuel) - 1967
  8. Ronald Norrish [242] (Prof) - 1967*
  9. John Kendrew [197] (LMB; Fel, Peterhouse) - 1962
  10. Max Perutz [244] (LMB) - 1962
  11. Lord Todd [250] (Prof) - 1957*
  12. Francis Aston [251] (Fel, Trinity) - 1922*
  13. Ernest Rutherford [247] (Prof) - 1908
  1. Greg Winter [232] (PSD) - 2018
  2. Joachim Frank [252] (Sr. Res Asst) - 2017
  3. Arieh Warshel [77] (Res) - 2013
  4. Thomas Steitz [253] (LMB PSD) - 2009
  5. Roger Tsien [56] (PSD) - 2008
  6. Richard Schrock [58] (PSD) - 2005
  7. John Pople [236] (Lect) - 1998
  8. Jean-Marie Lehn [85] (Todd Vis Prof) - 1987*
  9. Peter Mitchell [239] (Demonstrator) - 1978
  10. Stanford Moore [254] (Vis) - 1972
  11. Luis Leloir [255] [256] (Res) - 1970
  12. Lars Onsager [257] [258] (Fulbright Sch) - 1968
  13. Fritz Haber [259] [260] (Vis) - 1918
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Elizabeth Blackburn [261] (PhD) - 2009
  2. Martin Evans [262] (B.A) - 2007
  3. John Sulston [263] (B.A, PhD) - 2002
  4. Tim Hunt [264] (B.A, PhD) - 2001
  5. César Milstein [265] (PhD) - 1984
  6. Allan Cormack [132] (Grad Atten) - 1979
  7. Rodney Porter [266] (PhD) - 1972
  8. Alan Hodgkin [267] (B.S) - 1963
  9. Andrew Huxley [268] [269] (B.A, M.A) - 1963
  10. Francis Crick [133] (PhD) - 1962
  11. Maurice Wilkins [270] (B.A) - 1962
  12. Howard Florey [271] (PhD) - 1945
  13. Albert Szent-Györgyi [15] [272] (PhD) - 1937
  14. Henry H. Dale [273] (B.S, M.D) - 1936
  15. Charles Sherrington [274] (B.A, M.B) - 1932
  16. Edgar Adrian [275] (B.A) - 1932
  17. Archibald Hill [276] (B.A) - 1922
  1. John Gurdon [277] (Prof) - 2012*
  2. Robert G. Edwards [278] (Prof) - 2010*
  3. Martin Evans [279] (Fel, St Edmund's) - 2007
  4. Sydney Brenner [280] (Fel, King's) - 2002
  5. César Milstein [281] (Fel, Darwin) - 1984
  6. Alan Hodgkin [267] (Prof) - 1963*
  7. Francis Crick [133] (LMB) 1962*
  8. Charles Sherrington [274] (Fel, Gonville & Caius) - 1932
  9. Edgar Adrian [275] (Prof) - 1932*
  10. Frederick Hopkins [282] (Prof) - 1929*
  11. Archibald Hill [276] (Prof) - 1922
  1. William Cecil Campbell [283] (Vis Res) - 2015
  2. Robert G. Edwards [278] (Ford Res Fel) - 2010
  3. Paul Greengard [284] (PSD) - 2000
  4. Edward B. Lewis [285] (Rockefeller Fel) - 1995
  5. Gobind Khorana [286] (PSD) - 1968
  6. George Wald [287] [288] (Guggenheim Fel) - 1967
  7. André Lwoff [289] (Rockefeller Fel) - 1965
  8. Andrew Huxley [268] (Res) - 1963
  9. James Watson [120] (Res) - 1962
  10. Hans A. Krebs [290] (Demonstrator) - 1953
  11. Ernst Chain [291] (Res) - 1945
Economics
  1. Oliver S. Hart [150] (B.A) - 2016
  2. Angus Deaton [292] (B.A, PhD) - 2015
  3. Joseph Stiglitz [293] (Grad Atten) - 2001
  4. Amartya Sen [152] (B.A, PhD) - 1998
  5. James Mirrlees [294] (PhD) - 1996
  6. Richard Stone [295] (B.A, M.A) - 1984
  1. Amartya Sen [152] (Prof) - 1998*
  2. James Mirrlees [294] (Prof) - 1996*
  3. Richard Stone [295] (Prof) - 1984*
  4. James Meade [296] (Prof) - 1977*
  1. William Nordhaus [297] (Sr. Vis) - 2018
  2. Oliver S. Hart [150] (Lect) - 2016
  3. Angus Deaton [292] (Overseas Fel, Churchill) - 2015
  4. Peter Diamond [162] (Overseas Fel, Churchill) - 2010
  5. Joseph Stiglitz [293] (Tapp Res Fel) - 2001
  6. Eric Maskin [140] (Res Fel, Jesus) - 2007
  7. James Mirrlees [294] (Lect) - 1996
  8. Douglass North [298] (Pitt Prof) - 1993
  9. Robert Fogel [154] (Pitt Prof) - 1993
  10. Milton Friedman [299] (Fulbright Sch) - 1976
  11. John Hicks [300] (Lect) - 1972
  12. Kenneth Arrow [156] (Overseas Fel, Churchill) - 1972
Literature
  1. Patrick White [301] (B.A) - 1973
  2. Bertrand Russell [175] (B.A) - 1950
  1. Mario Vargas Llosa [302] (Simón Bolívar Prof) - 2010
  2. Octavio Paz [302] (Simón Bolívar Prof) - 1990
  3. Joseph Brodsky [303] [304] (Poet-in-Residence) - 1987
  4. Bertrand Russell [175] (Lect) - 1950
Peace
  1. Philip Noel-Baker [305] (B.A, M.A) - 1959
  2. Austen Chamberlain [306] (B.A, M.A) - 1925
  1. Kim Dae-jung [307] [308] (Vis Fel, Clare Hall) - 2000

University of California, Berkeley (3rd)

AlumniLong-term academic staffShort-term academic staff
University of California, Berkeley, United States
Total: 107 (Univ Count: 48) [309]

Notes: 1) The University Count of UC Berkeley only includes alumni, current faculty members, and deceased faculty who retired at Berkeley, once per person.

2) Affiliates of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) before 1971 are included in the following list. [Note 7] [310] [311] [312] [313] [314] [315]

3) 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 8] [316] [317] [318] [319]

4) The "Charles M. and Martha Hitchcock Lectureship" is an award/honor-based visiting position without employment-level duty. [320] [Note 9]

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

6) Summer visitors not qualified as affiliates include: Ernest Rutherford (1901 summer school), [321] Svante A. Arrhenius (1904 summer school), [322] William Ramsay (1904 summer school), [323] Hans Bethe (1942 summer researcher), [324] Joshua Lederberg (1950 summer researcher), [325] George Wald (1956 summer researcher), [118] James Heckman (1974 summer researcher). [326]

7) The following Nobel laureates have unclear affiliations with UC Berkeley and are not included for now: Irwin Rose. [327] [328]

Physics
  1. Barry Barish [329] (B.A, PhD) - 2017
  2. David Wineland [19] (B.S) - 2012
  3. Saul Perlmutter [22] (PhD) - 2011
  4. John C. Mather [330] (PhD) - 2006
  5. David Gross [43] (PhD) - 2004
  6. Robert Laughlin [331] (B.S) - 1998
  7. Steven Chu [332] (PhD) - 1997
  8. Owen Chamberlain [333] (Grad Atten) - 1959
  9. Willis Lamb [334] (B.S, PhD) - 1955
  1. Saul Perlmutter [22] (Prof) - 2011*
  2. George Smoot [335] (Prof) - 2006*
  3. Steven Chu [332] (Prof) - 1997
  4. Frederick Reines [336] (LANL Res Leader) - 1995
  5. Sheldon Glashow [29] (Assoc Prof) - 1979
  6. Steven Weinberg [337] (Prof) - 1979
  7. Luis W. Alvarez [338] (Prof) - 1968*
  8. Charles Townes [339] (Prof) - 1964
  9. Donald Glaser [340] (Prof) - 1960*
  10. Emilio Segrè [341] (Prof) - 1959*
  11. Owen Chamberlain [333] (Prof) - 1959*
  12. Ernest Lawrence [342] (Prof) - 1939*
  13. Arthur Compton [343] [344] (Prof) - 1927
  1. Barry Barish [329] (Res Fel) - 2017
  2. David Thouless [198] [345] (PSD) - 2016
  3. Adam Riess [20] (Miller Fel) - 2011
  4. Steven Chu [332] (PSD) - 1997
  5. Pierre de Gennes [346] [347] (PSD) - 1991
  6. Richard E. Taylor [348] (LBNL Res) - 1990
  7. Jack Steinberger [349] (Res Asst) - 1988
  8. Nico Bloembergen [28] [350] (Vis Prof) - 1981
  9. James Cronin [351] (Res) - 1980
  10. Ben Mottelson [32] (Vis Prof) - 1975
  11. Leon Cooper [352] (LBNL Vis Prof) - 1972
  12. Julian Schwinger [40] (PSD) - 1965
  13. Hans D. Jensen [353] [354] (Vis Prof) - 1963
  14. T. D. Lee [355] (Res Assoc) - 1957
  15. Felix Bloch [356] [357] (Res) - 1952
  16. Otto Stern [358] (Vis Prof) - 1943
Chemistry
  1. Frances Arnold [359] (PhD) - 2018
  2. Alan Heeger [360] (PhD) - 2000
  3. Robert Curl [83] (PhD) - 1996
  4. Mario Molina [361] (PhD) - 1995
  5. Kary Mullis [362] (PhD) - 1993
  6. Thomas Cech [363] (PhD) - 1989
  7. Y. T. Lee [86] (PhD) - 1986
  8. Henry Taube [364] (PhD) - 1983
  9. Willard Libby [365] (B.S, PhD) - 1960
  10. Glenn Seaborg [366] (PhD) - 1951
  11. William Giauque [367] (B.S, PhD) - 1949
  12. Harold Urey [368] (PhD) - 1934
  1. Paul Modrich [369] (Asst Prof) - 2015
  2. Eric Betzig [370] (Prof) - 2014
  3. Thomas Steitz [371] (Asst Prof) - 2009
  4. Roger Tsien [56] (Prof) - 2008
  5. Dudley Herschbach [62] (Prof) - 1986
  6. Y. T. Lee [86] (Prof) - 1986*
  7. Melvin Calvin [372] (Prof) - 1961*
  8. Willard Libby [365] (Assoc Prof) - 1960
  9. Edwin McMillan [373] (Prof) - 1951*
  10. Glenn Seaborg [366] (Prof) - 1951*
  11. William Giauque [367] (Prof) - 1949*
  12. John H. Northrop [374] (Prof) - 1946
  13. Wendell Stanley [375] (Prof) - 1946
  1. Frances Arnold [359] (PSD) - 2018
  2. Joachim Frank [252] (PSD) - 2017
  3. Richard Henderson [233] (Vis Miller Prof) - 2017
  4. Aziz Sancar [376] (Vis Miller Prof) - 2015
  5. Gerhard Ertl [377] (Vis Prof) - 2007
  6. Kurt Wüthrich [378] (PSD & Vis Miller Prof) - 2002
  7. Ahmed Zewail [379] (PSD) - 1999
  8. Mario Molina [361] (PSD) - 1995
  9. Kary Mullis [362] (Lect) - 1993
  10. Dudley Herschbach [376] (Vis Miller Prof) - 1986
  11. Henry Taube [364] (Inst) - 1983
  12. Geoffrey Wilkinson [74] (Res) - 1973
  13. Jaroslav Heyrovský [380] [381] (Carnegie Vis Prof) - 1959
  14. Linus Pauling [382] (Vis Lect) - 1954
  15. Edwin McMillan [373] (NRC Fel) - 1951
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Carol Greider [383] (PhD) - 2009
  2. Andrew Fire [384] (B.A) - 2006
  3. Hamilton O. Smith [385] (B.A) - 1978
  4. Selman Waksman [386] (PhD) - 1952
  5. Joseph Erlanger [387] (B.S) - 1944
  1. James P. Allison [388] (Prof) - 2018
  2. Randy Schekman [389] (Prof) - 2013*
  3. Elizabeth Blackburn [261] (Prof) - 2009
  4. Stanley Prusiner [390] (Prof) - 1997*
  5. George Whipple [391] [392] (Prof) - 1934
  1. Sydney Brenner [393] (PSD) - 2002
  2. Richard J. Roberts [130] (Vis Miller Prof) - 1980
  3. Werner Arber [394] (Lect & Vis Miller Prof) - 1978
  4. Allan Cormack [312] (Vis Res) - 1970
  5. Maurice Wilkins [270] (Res) - 1962
  6. Arthur Kornberg [395] [396] (Vis Res) - 1959
  7. Thomas H. Morgan [397] [398] (Vis Res) - 1933
Economics
  1. Christopher Sims [138] (Grad Atten) - 2011
  2. Thomas Sargent [139] (B.A) - 2011
  3. Thomas Schelling [142] (B.A) - 2005
  4. Daniel Kahneman [165] (PhD) - 2002
  5. Robert Lucas Jr [399] (Grad Atten) - 1995
  6. Douglass North [298] (B.A, PhD) - 1993
  7. William F. Sharpe [400] (UG Atten) - 1990
  8. Lawrence Klein [401] (B.A) - 1980
  1. Paul Romer [402] (Prof) - 2018
  2. Peter Diamond [162] (Prof) - 2010
  3. Oliver Williamson [163] (Prof) - 2009*
  4. Daniel Kahneman [165] (Prof) - 2002
  5. George Akerlof [403] (Prof) - 2001*
  6. Daniel McFadden [404] (Prof) - 2000*
  7. John Harsanyi [405] (Prof) - 1994*
  8. Gérard Debreu [406] (Prof) - 1983*
  1. Chris Pissarides [161] (Vis) - 2010
  2. Oliver Williamson [163] (Vis Prof) - 2009
  3. Leonid Hurwicz [164] [407] (Vis Prof) - 2007
  4. Robert Aumann [408] (Ford Vis Res Prof) - 2005
  5. Amartya Sen [152] (Vis Prof) - 1998
  6. James Mirrlees [294] (Vis Prof) - 1996
  7. Reinhard Selten [409] (Vis Prof) - 1994
  8. James Tobin [410] (Ford Vis Res Prof) - 1981
  9. Lawrence Klein [411] (Ford Vis Res Prof) - 1980
  10. Herbert A. Simon [412] (Res Director) - 1978
  11. Bertil Ohlin [413] [414] (Vis Prof) - 1977
Literature
  1. Czeslaw Milosz [415] (Prof) - 1980*
  1. Seamus Heaney [416] (Vis Lect) - 1995
  2. Octavio Paz [417] [418] (Guggenheim Fel) - 1990
Peace
  1. Linus Pauling [382] (Vis Lect) - 1962

University of Chicago (4th)

AlumniLong-term academic staffShort-term academic staff
University of Chicago, United States
Total: 98 (Univ Count: 91) [419]

Notes: 1) 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). [420]

2) Affiliates of Argonne National Laboratory (since 1946) are included in the list. [352] [421] [Note 10]

3) Affiliates of Fermilab are not included in this list, for Fermilab is managed by Fermi Research Alliance LLC (since 2007), a partnership of the UChicago and Universities Research Association, a consortium of 89 research universities. [422]

3) Affiliates of Cowles Foundation by 1955 are included in the list. [423]

4) Summer visitors not qualified as affiliates include: Max Born (1912 summer school), [424] [425] Hermann J. Muller (1925 summer school & civilian advisor in Manhattan project), [426] [427] Jacobus Hoff (1901 summer lecturer). [428]

5) T. S. Eliot was a visiting lecturer to the Committee on Social Thought in 1950, and he only gave four public lectures on "Education". [429] [430] He is thus excluded from this list.

Physics
  1. George E. Smith [431] (PhD) - 2009
  2. Frank Wilczek [44] (B.S) - 2004
  3. Daniel Tsui [432] (PhD) - 1998
  4. Jerome I. Friedman [433] (B.A, PhD) - 1990
  5. Jack Steinberger [349] (B.S, PhD) - 1988
  6. James Cronin [434] (M.S, PhD) - 1980
  7. Luis W. Alvarez [338] (B.S, M.S, PhD) - 1968
  8. Owen Chamberlain [333] (PhD) - 1959
  9. C. N. Yang [435] (PhD) - 1957
  10. T. D. Lee [355] (PhD) - 1957
  11. Ernest Lawrence [342] (Grad Atten) - 1939
  12. Clinton Davisson [436] (B.S) - 1937
  1. Yoichiro Nambu [437] (Prof) - 2008*
  2. Alexei A. Abrikosov [438] (Argonne) - 2003
  3. Masatoshi Koshiba [439] (Assoc Prof) - 2002
  4. Leon Lederman [440] (Prof) - 1988
  5. S. Chandrasekhar [200] (Prof) - 1983*
  6. James Cronin [434] (Prof) - 1980*
  7. John Schrieffer [441] (Asst Prof) - 1972
  8. Maria Mayer [442] (Prof) - 1963
  9. Murray Gell-Mann [226] (Assoc Prof) - 1969
  10. Enrico Fermi [443] (Prof) - 1938
  11. Arthur Compton [229] (Prof) - 1927*
  12. James Franck [444] (Prof) - 1925
  13. Robert Millikan [445] (Prof) - 1923
  14. Albert Michelson [446] (Prof) - 1907*
  1. Kip Thorne [447] (Vis Assoc Prof) - 2017
  2. Peter Grünberg [448] (Argonne Vis) - 2007
  3. Masatoshi Koshiba [439] (Res Assoc) - 2002
  4. Norman Ramsey [36] (Vis Prof) - 1989
  5. Luis W. Alvarez [338] (Res) - 1968
  6. Hans Bethe [227] (Res) - 1967
  7. Julian Schwinger [40] (Res) - 1965
  8. Eugene Wigner [449] (Res) - 1963
  9. C. N. Yang [435] (Inst) - 1957
  10. Werner Heisenberg [450] (Res) - 1932
Chemistry
  1. Irwin Rose [451] (B.S, PhD) - 2004
  2. Frank Rowland [452] (M.S, PhD) - 1995
  3. Herbert C. Brown [453] (B.S, PhD) - 1979
  4. Robert Mulliken [88] (PhD) - 1966
  1. Paul Crutzen [454] (Prof) - 1995
  2. Y. T. Lee [86] (Prof) - 1986
  3. Henry Taube [364] (Prof) - 1983
  4. Ilya Prigogine [455] (Prof) - 1977
  5. Gerhard Herzberg [456] (Prof) - 1971
  6. Willard Libby [365] (Prof) - 1960
  7. Harold Urey [368] (Prof) - 1934
  1. Ada Yonath [457] (Vis Sci) - 2009
  2. Richard Smalley [458] (PSD) - 1996
  3. Jerome Karle [63] [459] (Res) - 1985
  4. Herbert C. Brown [453] (Inst) - 1979
  5. William H. Stein [68] (Vis Prof) - 1972
  6. Robert Mulliken [88] (NRC Fel) - 1966
  7. Karl Ziegler [460] (Vis Prof) - 1963
  8. Lord Todd [461] [462] (Vis Prof) - 1957
  9. Glenn Seaborg [366] (Res) - 1951
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Bruce Beutler [463] (M.D) - 2011
  2. Roger Sperry [128] (PhD) - 1981
  3. James Watson [120] (B.A) - 1962
  4. Edward Tatum [464] [465] (UG Atten) - 1958
  1. Roger Sperry [128] (Assoc Prof) - 1981
  2. Charles Huggins [106] (Prof) - 1966*
  3. Konrad Bloch [119] (Prof) - 1964
  4. George Beadle [122] (Prof) - 1958
  1. George Wald [118] (NRC Fel) - 1967
  2. John C. Eccles [466] (Res) - 1963
  3. Edward Doisy [466] (Lect) - 1943
  4. Alexis Carrel [467] (Res) - 1912
Economics
  1. Paul Romer [402] (B.S, M.A, PhD) - 2018
  2. Eugene Fama [468] (M.B.A, PhD) - 2013
  3. Myron Scholes [469] (M.B.A, PhD) - 1997
  4. Robert Lucas Jr. [470] (B.A, PhD) - 1995
  5. Gary Becker [471] (M.A, PhD) - 1992
  6. Harry Markowitz [472] (Ph.B, M.A, PhD) - 1990
  7. James M. Buchanan [473] (PhD) - 1986
  8. George Stigler [474] (PhD) - 1982
  9. Herbert A. Simon [412] (B.A, PhD) - 1978
  10. Milton Friedman [299] (M.A) - 1976
  11. Paul Samuelson [149] (B.A) - 1970
  1. Paul Romer [402] (Prof) - 2018
  2. Richard Thaler [475] (Prof) - 2017*
  3. Eugene Fama [468] (Prof) - 2013*
  4. Lars P. Hansen [159] (Prof) - 2013*
  5. Thomas Sargent [139] (Prof) - 2011
  6. Roger Myerson [141] (Prof) - 2007*
  7. Edward Prescott [476] (Prof) - 2004
  8. James Heckman [477] (Prof) - 2000*
  9. Robert Mundell [478] (Prof) - 1999
  10. Robert Lucas Jr [470] (Prof) - 1995*
  11. Robert Fogel [154] (Prof) - 1993*
  12. Gary Becker [471] (Prof) - 1992*
  13. Ronald Coase [479] (Prof) - 1991*
  14. Merton Miller [145] (Prof) - 1990*
  15. George Stigler [474] (Prof) - 1982*
  16. Theodore Schultz [480] (Prof) - 1979*
  17. Milton Friedman [299] (Prof) - 1976*
  18. Friedrich Hayek [481] (Prof) - 1974
  19. Kenneth Arrow [156] (Asst Prof) - 1972
  1. Bengt Holmström [482] (Vis Prof) - 2016
  2. Thomas Sargent [139] (Vis Prof) - 2011
  3. Leonid Hurwicz [164] (Res Assoc) - 2007
  4. Edward Prescott [476] (Vis Prof) - 2004
  5. Daniel McFadden [404] (Vis Assoc Prof) - 2000
  6. Robert Mundell [483] (Ford Vis Prof) - 1999
  7. Robert Lucas Jr [470] (Ford Vis Prof) - 1995
  8. Robert Fogel [154] (Ford Vis Prof) - 1993
  9. Gary Becker [471] (Ford Vis Prof) - 1992
  10. Trygve Haavelmo [484] (Res) - 1989
  11. Franco Modigliani [423] (Res Assoc) - 1985
  12. Gérard Debreu [406] (Res Assoc) - 1983
  13. Lawrence Klein [401] (Res) - 1980
  14. Tjalling Koopmans [485] (Res) - 1975
Literature
  1. Saul Bellow [486] (UG Atten) - 1976
  1. Saul Bellow [486] (Prof) - 1976*
  2. J. M. Coetzee [487] (Prof) - 2003*
  1. Bertrand Russell [175] (Vis Prof) - 1950
Peace
  1. Emily Balch [488] [489] (Grad Atten) - 1946
  1. Barack Obama [490] (Sr. Lect) - 2009

Columbia University (5th)

AlumniLong-term academic staffShort-term academic staff
Columbia University, United States
Total: 96 (Univ Count: 84) [491]

Notes: 1) Affiliates of Barnard College after 1900 (inclusive) and affiliates of Bard College by 1944 are included in the following list. [492] [493]

2) The "Ingeborg Rennert Professorship" and "Global Fellowship" are award/honor-based visiting positions without employment-level duty. [494] [495]

3) The "Earnest Kempton Adams (EKA) Lectureship" is an award/honor-based visiting position without employment-level duty. The EKA Fund was established in 1904, enabling Columbia to invite scientists to give a series of public lectures. [496] [497] [498] [Note 11]

4) The University Count of Columbia does not include attendees (2 in total), 2 professors (Martin Karplus and James Rothman), 4 visiting professors (Daniel Tsui, Emilio Segrè, Hans Bethe, and William Shockley), and Barnard College affiliates & Nobel Peace Prize winners who were short-term academic staff (4 in total).

Physics
  1. Arthur Ashkin [499] (B.A) - 2018
  2. Martin Perl [500] (PhD) - 1995
  3. Norman Ramsey [36] (B.A, PhD) - 1989
  4. Leon Lederman [440] (M.A, PhD) - 1988
  5. Melvin Schwartz [501] (B.A, PhD) - 1988
  6. Val Fitch [502] (PhD) - 1980
  7. Arno Penzias [48] (M.A, PhD) - 1978
  8. James Rainwater [503] (M.A, PhD) - 1975
  9. Leon Cooper [504] (B.A, M.A, PhD) - 1972
  10. Julian Schwinger [40] (B.A, PhD) - 1965
  11. Isidor Rabi [505] (PhD) - 1944
  12. Robert Millikan [445] (PhD) - 1923
  1. Horst Störmer [506] (Prof) - 1998*
  2. Norman Ramsey [36] (Assoc Prof) - 1989
  3. Jack Steinberger [349] (Prof) - 1988
  4. Leon Lederman [440] (Prof) - 1988
  5. Melvin Schwartz [501] (Prof) - 1988
  6. Samuel Ting [507] (Asst Prof) - 1976
  7. James Rainwater [503] (Prof) - 1975*
  8. Charles Townes [339] (Prof) - 1964
  9. T. D. Lee [355] (Prof) - 1957*
  10. Polykarp Kusch [508] (Prof) - 1955*
  11. Willis Lamb [334] (Prof) - 1955
  12. Hideki Yukawa [509] (Prof) - 1949*
  13. Isidor Rabi [505] (Prof) - 1944*
  14. Enrico Fermi [443] (Prof) - 1938
  1. John C. Mather [330] (Lect) - 2006
  2. Daniel Tsui [510] (Adj Sci) - 1998
  3. Leon Lederman [440] (Res Assoc) - 1988
  4. Carlo Rubbia [37] (PSD) - 1984
  5. Arthur Schawlow [511] (Vis Assoc Prof) - 1981
  6. Steven Weinberg [337] (Inst) - 1979
  7. Aage Bohr [512] (Vis Fel) - 1975
  8. Murray Gell-Mann [226] (Vis Assoc Prof) - 1969
  9. Hans Bethe [227] [513] (Vis Prof) - 1967
  10. Maria Mayer [442] (Res) - 1963
  11. Emilio Segrè [514] [515] (Vis) - 1959
  12. Walter Brattain [50] (Res) - 1956
  13. William Shockley [516] (Res Director) - 1956
Chemistry
  1. Robert Lefkowitz [517] (B.A, M.D) - 2012
  2. William S. Knowles [59] (PhD) - 2001
  3. Sidney Altman [518] (Grad Atten) - 1989
  4. Herbert Hauptman [519] (M.A) - 1985
  5. Roald Hoffmann [64] (B.A) - 1981
  6. William H. Stein [68] (PhD) - 1972
  7. Robert Grubbs [520] (PhD) - 1968
  8. John H. Northrop [374] (B.S, M.A, PhD) - 1946
  9. Irving Langmuir [521] (B.S) - 1932
  1. Joachim Frank [252] (Prof) - 2017*
  2. Martin Karplus [522] (Prof) - 2013
  3. Martin Chalfie [55] (Prof) - 2008*
  4. Harold Urey [368] (Prof) - 1934*
  1. Luis Leloir [255] (Res) - 1970
  2. Willard Libby [365] (Res) - 1960
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Richard Axel [523] (B.A) - 2004
  2. Louis Ignarro [524] (B.A) - 1998
  3. Harold Varmus [101] (M.D) - 1989
  4. Baruj Benacerraf [117] (B.S) - 1980
  5. Baruch Blumberg [525] (M.D) - 1976
  6. Konrad Lorenz [526] (UG Atten) - 1973
  7. George Wald [118] (PhD) - 1967
  8. Konrad Bloch [119] (PhD) - 1964
  9. Joshua Lederberg [527] (B.A) - 1958
  10. Dickinson Richards [528] (M.D) - 1956
  11. Edward C. Kendall [529] (B.S, M.S, PhD) - 1950
  12. Hermann J. Muller [426] [530] (B.A, M.A, PhD) - 1946
  1. James Rothman [93] (Prof) - 2013
  2. Richard Axel [523] (Prof) - 2004*
  3. Eric Kandel [531] (Prof) - 2000*
  4. André Cournand [532] (Prof) - 1956*
  5. Dickinson Richards [528] (Prof) - 1956*
  6. Thomas H. Morgan [533] (Prof) - 1933
  1. Linda Buck [114] (PSD) - 2004
  2. Donnall Thomas [99] (Res) - 1990
  3. Sune Bergström [534] (Res Fel) - 1982
  4. Baruj Benacerraf [117] (Res) - 1980
  5. Daniel Nathans [535] (Med Resident) - 1978
  6. Baruch Blumberg [525] (Med Resident) - 1976
  7. Carleton Gajdusek [105] (Med Resident) - 1976
  8. Salvador Luria [536] (Res Asst) - 1969
  9. Konrad Bloch [537] (Inst) - 1964
  10. Joshua Lederberg [538] (Res Asst) - 1958
  11. Hermann J. Muller [426] (Inst) - 1946
Economics
  1. Alvin Roth [151] (B.S) - 2012
  2. Robert C. Merton [153] (B.S) - 1997
  3. William Vickrey [539] (M.A, PhD) - 1996
  4. Robert Fogel [154] (M.A) - 1993
  5. Milton Friedman [299] (PhD) - 1976
  6. Kenneth Arrow [156] (M.A, PhD) - 1972
  7. Simon Kuznets [157] (B.S, M.A, PhD) - 1971
  1. Edmund Phelps [540] (Prof) - 2006*
  2. Joseph Stiglitz [293] (Prof) - 2001*
  3. James Heckman [477] (Assoc Prof) - 2000
  4. Robert Mundell [478] (Prof) - 1999*
  5. William Vickrey [539] (Prof) - 1996*
  6. Gary Becker [471] (Prof) - 1992
  7. George Stigler [474] (Prof) - 1982
  1. Joseph Stiglitz [293] (Stern Vis Prof) - 2001
  2. Robert Solow [146] (Res Fel) - 1987
  3. Franco Modigliani [541] (Inst, Bard) - 1985
  4. Milton Friedman [299] (Vis Prof) - 1976
Literature
  1. Orhan Pamuk [542] (Prof) - 2006
  1. Orhan Pamuk [542] (Vis Sch) - 2006
  2. Derek Walcott [543] (Vis Prof) - 1992
  3. Nadine Gordimer [544] (Adj Prof) - 1991
  4. Joseph Brodsky [543] (Vis Prof) - 1987
  5. Gabriela Mistral [545] (Vis Prof, Barnard) - 1945
Peace
  1. Barack Obama [181] (B.A) - 2009
  2. Nicholas Butler [546] (B.A, M.A, PhD) - 1931
  3. Theodore Roosevelt [547] (Law Atten) - 1906
  1. Nicholas Butler [546] (Prof) - 1931
  1. Leymah Gbowee [548] (Fel, Barnard) - 2011
  2. Liu Xiaobo [549] (Vis Sch) - 2010
  3. Al Gore [550] (Vis Prof) - 2007

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (6th)

AlumniLong-term academic staffShort-term academic staff
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States
Total: 93

Notes: 1) According to the official Nobel biography, Mario Capecchi was on a "work-study program" of Antioch College and as an undergraduate of Antioch he spent several quarters at MIT. [551] This program is not a degree program and is equivalent to a student-exchange program. Thus, Mario Capecchi is not included in the following list.

2) Paul Greengard, being an electronics technician at MIT during World War II, is not included in this list since he did not hold any academic position. [552]

3) The "Arthur D. Little Visiting Professorship/Lectureship" at the MIT Chemistry Department is an award/honor-based position without employment-level duty. [553] [554] [Note 12]

Physics
  1. Rainer Weiss [555] (B.S, PhD) - 2017
  2. Adam Riess [20] (B.S) - 2011
  3. George Smoot [335] (B.S, PhD) - 2006
  4. Carl Wieman [556] (B.S) - 2001
  5. Eric Cornell [14] (PhD) - 2001
  6. Robert Laughlin [331] (PhD) - 1998
  7. William D. Phillips [557] (PhD) - 1997
  8. Henry W. Kendall [558] (PhD) - 1990
  9. Burton Richter [559] (B.S, PhD) - 1976
  10. John Schrieffer [441] (B.S) - 1972
  11. Murray Gell-Mann [226] (PhD) - 1969
  12. Richard Feynman [560] (B.S) - 1965
  13. William Shockley [561] (PhD) - 1956
  1. Rainer Weiss [555] (Prof) - 2017*
  2. Frank Wilczek [44] (Prof) - 2004*
  3. Wolfgang Ketterle [562] (Prof) - 2001*
  4. Clifford Shull [563] (Prof) - 1994*
  5. Henry W. Kendall [558] (Prof) - 1990*
  6. Jerome I. Friedman [433] (Prof) - 1990*
  7. Steven Weinberg [337] (Prof) - 1979
  8. Samuel Ting [507] (Prof) - 1976*
  9. Charles Townes [339] (Prof) - 1964*
  1. Serge Haroche [42] (Lect) - 2012
  2. Daniel Tsui [564] (Vis Res) - 1998
  3. Horst Störmer [564] (Vis Res) - 1998
  4. Claude Cohen-Tannoudji [565] (Vis Prof) - 1997
  5. William D. Phillips [557] (PSD) - 1997
  6. Norman Ramsey [36] (Res Assoc) - 1989
  7. Jack Steinberger [349] (Res) - 1988
  8. William A. Fowler [223] [566] (Vis Prof) - 1983
  9. Sheldon Glashow [29] (Vis Prof) - 1979
  10. Steven Weinberg [38] (Vis Prof) - 1979
  11. Murray Gell-Mann [226] (Vis Prof) - 1969
  12. Luis W. Alvarez [338] (Res) - 1968
  13. Hans Bethe [227] (Vis Prof) - 1967
  14. Julian Schwinger [40] (Res) - 1965
  15. Donald Glaser [567] [568] (Vis Prof) - 1960
  16. Willis Lamb [334] (Res) - 1955
  17. Edward M. Purcell [33] (Res) - 1952
  18. Isidor Rabi [505] (Res) - 1944
Chemistry
  1. Paul Modrich [369] (B.S) - 2015
  2. Elias Corey [72] (B.S, PhD) - 1990
  3. Sidney Altman [518] (B.S) - 1989
  4. Charles Pedersen [569] (M.S) - 1987
  5. Robert Mulliken [88] (B.S) - 1966
  6. Robert B. Woodward [75] (B.S, PhD) - 1965
  1. Richard Schrock [58] (Prof) - 2005*
  2. Barry Sharpless [80] (Prof) - 2001
  3. Mario Molina [361] (Prof) - 1995*
  1. Ada Yonath [457] (PSD) - 2009
  2. Aaron Ciechanover [79] (PSD) - 2004
  3. Thomas Cech [363] (PSD) - 1989
  4. Edwin McMillan [373] (Res) - 1951
  5. Geoffrey Wilkinson [74] (Res Assoc) - 1951
  6. Peter Debye [570] [571] (Res) - 1936
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Michael Rosbash [572] (PhD) - 2017
  2. Andrew Fire [384] (PhD) - 2006
  3. Robert Horvitz [97] (B.S) - 2002
  4. Leland Hartwell [573] (PhD) - 2001
  5. David Baltimore [574] (Grad Atten) - 1975
  1. Robert Horvitz [97] (Prof) - 2002*
  2. Phillip Sharp [575] (Prof) - 1993*
  3. Susumu Tonegawa [576] (Prof) - 1987*
  4. David Baltimore [574] (Prof) - 1975*
  5. Salvador Luria [536] (Prof) - 1969*
  6. Gobind Khorana [286] (Prof) - 1968
  1. James Rothman [93] (PSD) - 2013
  2. Donnall Thomas [99] (PSD) - 1990
  3. Werner Arber [394] [577] (Vis Res) - 1978
Economics
  1. Paul Romer [402] (Grad Atten) - 2018
  2. William Nordhaus [297] (PhD) - 2018
  3. Jean Tirole [158] (PhD) - 2014
  4. Robert Shiller [160] (M.S, PhD) - 2013
  5. Peter Diamond [162] (PhD) - 2010
  6. Oliver Williamson [163] (B.S) - 2009
  7. Paul Krugman [578] (PhD) - 2008
  8. Robert Aumann [408] (M.S, PhD) - 2005
  9. George Akerlof [403] (PhD) - 2001
  10. Joseph Stiglitz [293] (PhD) - 2001
  11. Robert Mundell [478] (PhD) - 1999
  12. Robert C. Merton [153] (PhD) - 1997
  13. Lawrence Klein [401] (PhD) - 1980
  1. Bengt Holmström [482] (Prof) - 2016*
  2. Oliver S. Hart [150] (Prof) - 2016
  3. Jean Tirole [158] (Prof) - 2014
  4. Peter Diamond [162] (Prof) - 2010*
  5. Paul Krugman [578] (Prof) - 2008
  6. Eric Maskin [140] (Prof) - 2007
  7. Robert Engle [579] (Assoc Prof) - 2003
  8. Joseph Stiglitz [293] (Asst Prof) - 2001
  9. Daniel McFadden [404] (Prof) - 2000
  10. Myron Scholes [469] (Prof) - 1997
  11. Robert C. Merton [153] (Prof) - 1997
  12. John F. Nash [580] (Prof) - 1994
  13. Robert Solow [146] (Prof) - 1987*
  14. Franco Modigliani [541] (Prof) - 1985*
  15. Paul Samuelson [149] (Prof) - 1970*
  1. Richard Thaler [475] (Vis Prof) - 2017
  2. Jean Tirole [158] (Vis Prof) - 2014
  3. Lars P. Hansen [159] (Vis Prof) - 2013
  4. Robert Shiller [160] (Vis Prof) - 2013
  5. Christopher Sims [138] (Vis Prof) - 2011
  6. Paul Krugman [578] (Vis Asst Prof) - 2008
  7. Leonid Hurwicz [164] (Res Asst) - 2007
  8. Edmund Phelps [540] (Vis Assoc Prof) - 2006
  9. Amartya Sen [152] (Vis Asst Prof) - 1998
  10. James Mirrlees [294] (Vis Prof) - 1996
  11. Franco Modigliani [541] (Vis Prof) - 1985
Peace
  1. Kofi Annan [581] (M.S) - 2001

Stanford University (7th)

AlumniLong-term academic staffShort-term academic staff
Stanford University, United States
Total: 83 (Univ Count: 49) [582]

Notes: 1) Affiliates of Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (1962–2008) and SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory (2008– ) are included in this list. [583] [584]

2) Affiliates of Hoover Institution are included in the list. [585]

Physics
  1. Carl Wieman [556] (PhD) - 2001
  2. Eric Cornell [14] (B.S) - 2001
  3. Richard E. Taylor [348] (PhD) - 1990
  1. Theodor Hänsch [586] (Prof) - 2005
  2. Carl Wieman [587] (Prof) - 2001
  3. Robert Laughlin [331] (Prof) - 1998*
  4. Steven Chu [332] (Prof) - 1997*
  5. Douglas Osheroff [588] (Prof) - 1996*
  6. Martin Perl [500] (Prof) - 1995*
  7. Henry W. Kendall [558] (Asst Prof) - 1990
  8. Richard E. Taylor [348] (Prof) - 1990*
  9. Melvin Schwartz [501] (Prof) - 1988
  10. Arthur Schawlow [511] (Prof) - 1981*
  11. Sheldon Glashow [29] (Asst Prof) - 1979
  12. Burton Richter [559] (Prof) - 1976*
  13. Robert Hofstadter [589] (Prof) - 1961*
  14. William Shockley [561] (Prof) - 1956
  15. Willis Lamb [334] (Prof) - 1955*
  16. Felix Bloch [51] (Prof) - 1952*
  1. Serge Haroche [42] (PSD) - 2012
  2. Gerard 't Hooft [46] (SLAC Vis) - 1999
  3. Martinus Veltman [590] (SLAC Vis) - 1999
  4. Henry W. Kendall [558] (Res Assoc) - 1990
  5. Jerome I. Friedman [433] (Res Assoc) - 1990
  6. Gerd Binnig [591] (Vis Prof) - 1986
  7. Kenneth G. Wilson [27] (SLAC Res) - 1982
  8. Steven Weinberg [38] (Vis Prof) - 1979
  9. John van Vleck [30] (Vis Prof) - 1977
  10. Polykarp Kusch [508] (Fel) - 1955
Chemistry
  1. Paul Modrich [369] (PhD) - 2015
  2. Roger Kornberg [57] (PhD) - 2006
  3. Barry Sharpless [80] (PhD) - 2001
  4. Dudley Herschbach [62] (B.S, M.S) - 1986
  1. William Moerner [76] (Prof) - 2014*
  2. Michael Levitt [234] (Prof) - 2013*
  3. Brian Kobilka [592] (Prof) - 2012*
  4. Roger Kornberg [57] (Prof) - 2006*
  5. Barry Sharpless [80] (Prof) - 2001
  6. Henry Taube [364] (Prof) - 1983*
  7. Paul Berg [593] (Prof) - 1980*
  8. Paul Flory [594] (Prof) - 1974*
  9. Linus Pauling [595] (Prof) - 1954
  1. Robert Grubbs [520] (PSD) - 2005
  2. Barry Sharpless [80] (PSD) - 2001
  3. Paul D. Boyer [596] (Res) - 1997
Physiological or Medicine
  1. Randy Schekman [389] (PhD) - 2013
  1. James Rothman [93] (Prof) - 2013
  2. Thomas Südhof [597] (Prof) - 2013*
  3. Andrew Fire [384] (Prof) - 2006*
  4. Ferid Murad [598] (Prof) - 1998
  5. Arthur Kornberg [599] (Prof) - 1959*
  6. Edward Tatum [464] (Prof) - 1958
  7. George Beadle [122] (Prof) - 1958
  8. Joshua Lederberg [527] (Prof) - 1958
  1. James P. Allison [388] (Vis Sch) - 2018
  2. Michael W. Young [600] (PSD) - 2017
  3. Paul Lauterbur [601] (Res) - 2003
  4. Leland Hartwell [573] (Vis) - 2001
  5. Werner Arber [394] [577] (Vis Res) - 1978
  6. Baruch Blumberg [525] (Vis Prof) - 1976
  7. Edward Tatum [464] (Res Assoc) - 1958
  8. Thomas H. Morgan [398] [602] (Vis) - 1933
Economics
  1. Bengt Holmström [482] (M.S, PhD) - 2016
  2. Alvin Roth [151] (M.S, PhD) - 2012
  3. Oliver Williamson [163] (M.B.A) - 2009
  4. John Harsanyi [405] (PhD) - 1994
  1. Paul Romer [402] (Prof) - 2018
  2. Alvin Roth [151] (Prof) - 2012
  3. Thomas Sargent [139] (Prof) - 2011
  4. Paul Krugman [578] (Prof) - 2008
  5. Joseph Stiglitz [293] (Prof) - 2001
  6. Michael Spence [144] (Prof) - 2001*
  7. Robert Mundell [478] (Faculty) - 1999
  8. Myron Scholes [469] (Prof) - 1997
  9. Douglass North [298] (Hoover) - 1993
  10. Gary Becker [471] (Hoover) - 1992
  11. William F. Sharpe [603] (Prof) - 1990*
  12. Milton Friedman [299] (Hoover) - 1976
  13. Kenneth Arrow [156] (Prof) - 1972
  1. Richard Thaler [475] (Res Fel) - 2017
  2. Bengt Holmström [482] (Vis Prof) - 2016
  3. Jean Tirole [158] (Vis Sch) - 2014
  4. Lars P. Hansen [159] (Vis Prof) - 2013
  5. Thomas Sargent [139] (Vis Sch) - 2011
  6. Leonid Hurwicz [164] (Vis Prof) - 2007
  7. Robert Aumann [408] (Vis Prof) - 2005
  8. Finn Kydland [604] (National Fel) - 2004
  9. Daniel Kahneman [165] (Vis Fel) - 2002
  10. Vernon L. Smith [143] (Vis Assoc Prof) - 2002
  11. Douglass North [298] (Vis Assoc Prof) - 1993
  12. Tjalling Koopmans [485] (Res) - 1975
  13. Friedrich Hayek [481] [605] (Vis Prof) - 1974
Literature
  1. John Steinbeck [606] (UG Atten) - 1962
  1. J. M. Coetzee [607] (Vis Prof) - 2003
Peace
  1. Linus Pauling [595] (Prof) - 1962

California Institute of Technology (8th)

AlumniLong-term academic staffShort-term academic staff
California Institute of Technology, United States
Total: 73 (Univ Count: 38) [608]

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

2) There were a number of Nobel laureates who visited Caltech upon the invitation of Robert Millikan during 1920-30s. [609] Most of these laureates were simply giving public lectures or non-curricular seminars at Caltech and thus are excluded from the list. There are a few exceptions including Albert Einstein.

3) Affiliates of Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) are included in the following list. [610]

4) The "Sherman Fairchild Distinguished Visiting Scholar" and "Gordon Moore Distinguished Scholar" are award/honor-based visiting positions without employment-level duty. [611] [612] [Note 13]

5) Summer visitors not qualified as affiliates include: François Jacob (1960 summer researcher), [613] Sydney Brenner (1960 summer researcher). [613] [614]

Physics
  1. Kip Thorne [615] (B.S) - 2017
  2. Arthur B. McDonald [616] (PhD) - 2015
  3. Douglas Osheroff [588] (B.S) - 1996
  4. William A. Fowler [223] (PhD) - 1983
  5. Kenneth G. Wilson [27] (PhD) - 1982
  6. Robert W. Wilson [39] (PhD) - 1978
  7. James Rainwater [503] (B.S) - 1975
  8. Charles Townes [339] (PhD) - 1964
  9. Donald Glaser [340] (PhD) - 1960
  10. William Shockley [561] (B.S) - 1956
  11. Carl D. Anderson [617] (B.S, PhD) - 1936
  1. Barry Barish [329] (Prof) - 2017*
  2. Kip Thorne [615] (Prof) - 2017*
  3. David Politzer [24] (Prof) - 2004*
  4. William A. Fowler [223] (Prof) - 1983*
  5. Murray Gell-Mann [226] (Prof) - 1969*
  6. Richard Feynman [560] (Prof) - 1965*
  7. Rudolf Mössbauer [618] (Prof) - 1961*
  8. Carl D. Anderson [617] (Prof) - 1936*
  9. Robert Millikan [445] (Prof) - 1923*
  1. Roy Glauber [23] (Lect) - 2005
  2. Theodor Hänsch [586] (Moore Sch) - 2005
  3. Masatoshi Koshiba [439] (Fairchild Sch) - 2002
  4. Gerard 't Hooft [46] [619] (Fairchild Sch) - 1999
  5. Nico Bloembergen [620] (Vis Prof) - 1981
  6. Sheldon Glashow [29] (Res Fel) - 1979
  7. Robert W. Wilson [39] (Res Assoc) - 1978
  8. Hans Bethe [227] (Vis Prof) - 1967
  9. Hans D. Jensen [353] [621] (Vis Prof) - 1963
  10. William Shockley [561] (Vis Prof) - 1956
  11. C. V. Raman [622] (Vis Prof) - 1930
  12. Albert Einstein [609] [623] (Vis Prof) - 1921
  13. Albert Michelson [624] (Vis Prof) - 1907
  14. Hendrik Lorentz [625] [626] (Vis Sch) - 1902
Chemistry
  1. Eric Betzig [627] (B.S) - 2014
  2. Martin Karplus [53] (PhD) - 2013
  3. William Lipscomb [73] (PhD) - 1976
  4. Linus Pauling [628] (PhD) - 1954
  5. Edwin McMillan [373] (B.S, M.S) - 1951
  1. Frances Arnold [359] (Prof) - 2018*
  2. Robert Grubbs [520] (Prof) - 2005*
  3. Ahmed Zewail [379] (Prof) - 1999*
  4. Rudolph Marcus [629] (Prof) - 1992*
  5. Linus Pauling [628] (Prof) - 1954*
  1. Frances Arnold [359] (PSD) - 2018
  2. Joachim Frank [252] (PSD) - 2017
  3. Thomas Steitz [54] [630] (Fairchild Sch) - 2009
  4. Gerhard Ertl [377] (Vis Prof) - 2007
  5. Richard Schrock [631] [632] (Fairchild Sch) - 2005
  6. Kurt Wüthrich [378] (Vis Assoc) - 2002
  7. Mario Molina [361] (JPL Res) - 1995
  8. Jaroslav Heyrovský [380] [381] (Carnegie Vis Prof) - 1959
  9. Lord Todd [250] [633] (Vis Prof) - 1957
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Michael Rosbash [572] (B.S) - 2017
  2. Leland Hartwell [573] (B.S) - 2001
  3. Edward B. Lewis [285] (M.S, PhD) - 1995
  4. Howard Temin [634] (PhD) - 1975
  1. Edward B. Lewis [285] (Prof) - 1995*
  2. Roger Sperry [128] (Prof) - 1981*
  3. David Baltimore [635] (Prof) - 1975
  4. Renato Dulbecco [636] (Prof) - 1975
  5. Max Delbrück [637] (Prof) - 1969*
  6. George Beadle [122] (Prof) - 1958*
  7. Thomas H. Morgan [533] (Prof) - 1933*
  1. Jeffrey C. Hall [638] (PSD) - 2017
  2. John Gurdon [277] (PSD) - 2012
  3. Robert G. Edwards [278] (PSD) - 2010
  4. Phillip Sharp [575] (PSD) - 1993
  5. Erwin Neher [639] (Fairchild Sch) - 1991
  6. Niels Jerne [640] (Res Fel) - 1984
  7. Barbara McClintock [641] (Vis Prof) - 1983
  8. Carleton Gajdusek [642] (PSD) - 1976
  9. Robert W. Holley [643] [644] (Guggenheim Fel) - 1968
  10. Jacques Monod [645] [646] (Rockefeller Fel) - 1965
  11. James Watson [120] (Sr. Res Fel) - 1962
  12. George Beadle [122] (NRC Fel) - 1958
Economics
  1. Vernon L. Smith [143] (B.S) - 2002
  2. Robert C. Merton [153] (M.S) - 1997
  1. Lloyd Shapley [137] (Sr. Res Fel) - 2012
  2. Dale Mortensen [647] (Vis Prof) - 2010
  3. Leonid Hurwicz [164] (Vis Prof) - 2007
  4. Vernon L. Smith [143] (Vis Prof) - 2002
  5. Daniel McFadden [404] (Fairchild Sch) - 2000
Peace
  1. Linus Pauling [628] (PhD) - 1962
  1. Linus Pauling [628] (Prof) - 1962*

University of Oxford (9th)

AlumniLong-term academic staffShort-term academic staff
University of Oxford, United Kingdom
Total: 69 (Univ Count: 51) [648]

Notes: 1) Carrying teaching/research duties, the (official) Fellows at various Colleges of Oxford University are long-term academic staff in the university. On the other hand, various visiting fellowship and honorary fellowships are award/honor-based visiting positions without employment-level duty.

2) The "Sanjay Lall Visiting Professorship" and "Christensen Fellowships" at Oxford are award/honor-based visiting positions without employment-level duty. [649] [650]

3) The "George Eastman Visiting Professorship" is an award/honor-based visiting position which carries teaching duty. [651] [652]

4) The "Newton Abraham Visiting Professorship" is an award/honor-based visiting position which carries employment-level duties (Fellow at Lincoln College). [653]

5) The University Count of Oxford does not include affiliates who came to Oxford after receiving their Nobel prizes.

Physics
  1. John M. Kosterlitz [41] (PhD) - 2016
  2. Anthony Leggett [45] (B.A, PhD) - 2003
  3. Martin Ryle [221] (B.A, PhD) - 1974
  1. Willis Lamb [334] (Prof) - 1955
  1. Arthur B. McDonald [616] (Vis) - 2015
  2. Frank Wilczek [44] (Vis Prof) - 2004
  3. Anthony Leggett [45] (Res Assoc) - 2003
  4. William D. Phillips [557] (Vis Prof) - 1997
  5. Norman Ramsey [36] (Eastman Vis Prof) - 1989
  6. Klaus von Klitzing [654] (Res) - 1985
  7. John van Vleck [30] (Eastman Vis Prof) - 1977
  8. Philip W. Anderson [31] (Eastman Vis Prof) - 1977
  9. Erwin Schrödinger [655] (Res) - 1933
  10. Arthur Compton [656] [657] (Eastman Vis Prof) - 1927
  11. Albert Einstein [658] [659] (Res Fel) - 1921
Chemistry
  1. John E. Walker [249] (B.A, PhD) - 1997
  2. Dorothy Hodgkin [243] (B.A) - 1964
  3. Lord Todd [250] (PhD) - 1957
  4. Cyril Hinshelwood [660] (M.A, PhD) - 1956
  5. John Cornforth [661] (PhD) - 1975
  6. Frederick Soddy [662] (B.A) - 1921
  1. Dorothy Hodgkin [243] (Prof) - 1964*
  2. Cyril Hinshelwood [660] (Prof) - 1956*
  3. Robert Robinson [663] (Prof) - 1947*
  4. Frederick Soddy [662] (Prof) - 1921*
  1. Stefan Hell [664] (Vis Sci) - 2014
  2. Martin Karplus [53] (PSD) - 2013
  3. Ahmed Zewail [379] (Vis Prof) - 1999
  4. Paul Crutzen [454] (PSD) - 1995
  5. Rudolph Marcus [629] (Vis Prof) - 1992
  6. Jean-Marie Lehn [85] (Newton Abraham Prof) - 1987
  7. Robert Mulliken [88] (Fulbright Sch) - 1966
  8. Melvin Calvin [657] (Eastman Vis Prof) - 1961
  9. Linus Pauling [651] (Eastman Vis Prof) - 1954
  10. Harold Urey [368] (Eastman Vis Prof) - 1934
  11. Frederick Soddy [662] (Res) - 1921
Physiology or Medicine
  1. John Gurdon [277] (B.S, PhD) - 2012
  2. Oliver Smithies [665] (B.A, M.A, PhD) - 2007
  3. Sydney Brenner [393] (PhD) - 2002
  4. John Vane [666] (PhD) - 1982
  5. Baruch Blumberg [525] (PhD) - 1976
  6. John C. Eccles [667] (PhD) - 1963
  7. Peter Medawar [668] (B.S) - 1960
  8. Howard Florey [271] (B.S, M.A) - 1945
  1. Paul Nurse [669] (Prof) - 2001
  2. Niko Tinbergen [670] (Prof) - 1973*
  3. Rodney Porter [266] (Prof) - 1972*
  4. Peter Medawar [668] (Fel, Magdalen) - 1960
  5. Hans A. Krebs [290] (Prof) - 1953
  6. Charles Sherrington [274] (Prof) - 1932*
  1. John Gurdon [277] (Lect) - 2012
  2. Baruch Blumberg [525] (Eastman Vis Prof) - 1976
  3. Ragnar Granit [671] (Rockefeller Fel) - 1967
  4. Konrad Bloch [537] (Newton Abraham Prof) - 1964
  5. Peter Medawar [668] (Sr. Res Fel, St John's) - 1960
  6. Severo Ochoa [672] (Res Asst) - 1959
  7. George Beadle [648] (Eastman Vis Prof) - 1958
  8. Ernest Chain [291] (Lect) - 1945*
Economics
  1. Michael Spence [144] (B.A/M.A) - 2001
  2. Lawrence Klein [673] (M.A) - 1980
  3. James Meade [296] (B.A) - 1977
  4. John Hicks [300] (B.A) - 1972
  1. Joseph Stiglitz [293] (Prof) - 2001
  2. Amartya Sen [152] (Prof) - 1998
  3. James Mirrlees [294] (Prof) - 1996
  4. Lawrence Klein [401] (Prof) - 1980
  1. Peter Diamond [162] (Vis) - 2010
  2. Joseph Stiglitz [293] (Vis Fel, St. Catherine's) - 2001
  3. Robert Solow [648] (Eastman Vis Prof) - 1987
  4. James Meade [296] (Lect) - 1977
  5. Kenneth Arrow [156] (Vis Fel, All Souls) - 1972
Literature
  1. V. S. Naipaul [674] (B.A) - 2001
  2. William Golding [675] (B.A) - 1983
  3. T. S. Eliot [167] (Grad Atten) - 1948
  4. John Galsworthy [676] (LLB) - 1932
  1. Seamus Heaney [416] (Prof) - 1995
Peace
  1. Malala Yousafzai [677] (Attending) - 2014
  2. Aung Suu Kyi [678] (B.A) - 1991
  3. Lester Pearson [679] (B.A, M.A) - 1957
  4. Cecil of Chelwood [680] (LLB, M.A) - 1937
  1. José Ramos-Horta [648] (Sr. Assoc) - 1996
  2. Linus Pauling [651] (Eastman Vis Prof) - 1962

Princeton University (10th)

AlumniLong-term academic staffShort-term academic staff
Princeton University, United States
Total: 65 (Univ Count: 43) [681]

Notes: 1) 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. [682] Thus, Nadine Gordimer is excluded from the list while Herbert A. Simon had an unclear visiting position and is not included for now. [544] [683]

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". [681]

Physics
  1. Kip Thorne [615] (M.A, PhD) - 2017
  2. Frank Wilczek [44] (M.A, PhD) - 2004
  3. Steven Weinberg [38] (PhD) - 1979
  4. John Bardeen [49] (PhD) - 1956, 1972
  5. Richard Feynman [560] (PhD) - 1965
  6. Robert Hofstadter [589] (M.A, PhD) - 1961
  7. Clinton Davisson [436] (PhD) - 1937
  8. Arthur Compton [229] (M.A, PhD) - 1927
  1. Duncan Haldane [199] (Prof) - 2016*
  2. Arthur B. McDonald [616] (Prof) - 2015
  3. David Gross [43] (Prof) - 2004
  4. Daniel Tsui [432] (Prof) - 1998*
  5. Joseph H. Taylor [26] (Prof) - 1993*
  6. Russell Hulse [684] (Principal Res Physicist) - 1993*
  7. James Cronin [434] (Prof) - 1980
  8. Val Fitch [502] (Prof) - 1980*
  9. Philip W. Anderson (Prof) - 1977
  10. Eugene Wigner [449] (Prof) - 1963*
  11. Robert Hofstadter [589] (Asst Prof) - 1961
  12. Wolfgang Pauli [685] (Prof) - 1945*
  13. Owen Richardson [214] (Prof) - 1928
  1. Donna Strickland [686] (Res) - 2018
  2. Kip Thorne [615] (PSD) - 2017
  3. Rainer Weiss [555] (PSD) - 2017
  4. John M. Kosterlitz [41] (Vis Prof) - 2016
  5. Riccardo Giacconi [35] (Res Assoc) - 2002
  6. Arno Penzias [48] (Vis Prof) - 1978
  7. John van Vleck [30] (Vis Prof) - 1977
  8. Eugene Wigner [449] (Vis Prof) - 1963
  9. Robert Hofstadter [589] (PSD) - 1961
  10. William Shockley [561] (Lect) - 1956
Chemistry
  1. Frances Arnold [359] (B.S) - 2018
  2. Richard Smalley [458] (PhD) - 1996
  3. Edwin McMillan [373] (PhD) - 1951
  1. John B. Fenn [687] (Prof) - 2002
  1. Tomas Lindahl [688] (PSD) - 2015
  2. Osamu Shimomura [689] (Res) - 2008
  3. Frank Rowland [690] (Inst) - 1995
  4. John Polanyi [691] (Res Assoc) - 1986
  5. Arne Tiselius [692] (Vis) - 1948
Physiology or Medicine
  1. James Rothman [93] (Prof) - 2013
  2. Eric Wieschaus [693] (Prof) - 1995*
  1. Salvador Luria [536] [694] (Guggenheim Fel) - 1969
  2. Edward C. Kendall [529] [695] (Vis Prof) - 1950
Economics
  1. Oliver S. Hart [150] (PhD) - 2016
  2. Lloyd Shapley [137] (PhD) - 2012
  3. Michael Spence [144] (B.A) - 2001
  4. James Heckman [477] (M.A, PhD) - 2000
  5. John F. Nash [580] (PhD) - 1994
  6. Gary Becker [471] (B.A) - 1992
  1. Angus Deaton [292] (Prof) - 2015*
  2. Christopher Sims [138] (Prof) - 2011*
  3. Paul Krugman [696] (Prof) - 2008*
  4. Daniel Kahneman [165] (Prof) - 2002*
  5. Joseph Stiglitz [293] (Prof) - 2001
  6. John F. Nash [580] (Prof) - 1994*
  7. W. A. Lewis [697] (Prof) - 1979*
  1. Angus Deaton [292] (Vis Prof) - 2015
  2. Jean Tirole [158] (Vis Sch) - 2014
  3. Lloyd Shapley [137] (Fine Inst) - 2012
  4. Thomas Sargent [698] (Vis Prof) - 2011
  5. Chris Pissarides [161] (Vis) - 2010
  6. Eric Maskin [140] (Vis Lect) - 2007
  7. Robert Aumann [408] (Res Assoc) - 2005
  8. Lawrence Klein [411] (Vis Prof) - 1980
  9. Tjalling Koopmans [699] (Res Assoc) - 1975
Literature
  1. Eugene O'Neill [169] (UG Atten) - 1936
  1. Toni Morrison [700] (Prof) - 1993*
  1. Mario Vargas Llosa [701] (Vis Prof) - 2010
  2. Kenzaburō Ōe [702] (Vis Lect) - 1994
  3. Saul Bellow [486] [703] (Creative Writing Fel) - 1976
Peace
  1. Woodrow Wilson [704] (B.A) - 1919
  1. Woodrow Wilson [704] (Prof) - 1919

Yale University (11th)

AlumniLong-term academic staffShort-term academic staff
Yale University, United States
Total: 61

Notes: 1) Affiliates of Cowles Foundation after 1955 are included in this list (when the Foundation moved to Yale). [705]

Physics
  1. Raymond Davis Jr. [706] (PhD) - 2002
  2. David M. Lee [25] (PhD) - 1996
  3. Murray Gell-Mann [226] (B.S) - 1969
  4. Ernest Lawrence [342] (PhD) - 1939
  1. David Thouless [198] (Prof) - 2016
  2. Serge Haroche [42] (Prof) - 2012
  3. Willis Lamb [334] (Prof) - 1955
  4. Ernest Lawrence [342] (Asst Prof) - 1939
  1. Charles Kao [707] (Adj Prof) - 2009
  2. Ernest Lawrence [342] (Res Fel) - 1939
Chemistry
  1. Brian Kobilka [592] (M.D) - 2012
  2. John B. Fenn [687] (PhD) - 2002
  3. Lars Onsager [257] (PhD) - 1968
  1. Thomas Steitz [54] (Prof) - 2009*
  2. Irwin Rose [451] (Prof) - 2004
  3. John B. Fenn [687] (Prof) - 2002
  4. Sidney Altman [518] (Prof) - 1989*
  5. Lars Onsager [257] (Prof) - 1968*
  1. Richard Henderson [233] (PSD) - 2017
  2. Aziz Sancar [708] (PSD) - 2015
  3. Venki Ramakrishnan [248] (PSD) - 2009
  4. Michael Smith [709] (Vis) - 1993
Physiology or Medicine
  1. James Rothman [93] (B.A) - 2013
  2. Eric Wieschaus [693] (PhD) - 1995
  3. Alfred G. Gilman [710] (B.A) - 1994
  4. Joshua Lederberg [527] (PhD) - 1958
  5. Dickinson Richards [528] (B.A) - 1956
  6. John Enders [108] (B.A) - 1954
  7. George Whipple [391] (B.A) - 1934
  1. James Rothman [93] (Prof) - 2013*
  2. Paul Greengard [284] (Prof) - 2000
  3. John Vane [666] (Asst Prof) - 1982
  4. George Palade [711] (Prof) - 1974*
  5. Edward Tatum [464] (Prof) - 1958
  6. Max Theiler [712] (Prof) - 1951
  1. Elizabeth Blackburn [261] (PSD) - 2009
  2. Erwin Neher [639] (PSD) - 1991
Economics
  1. William Nordhaus [297] (B.A, M.A) - 2018
  2. Peter Diamond [162] (B.A) - 2010
  3. Edmund Phelps [540] (PhD) - 2006
  4. Paul Krugman [696] (B.A) - 2008
  5. George Akerlof [403] (B.A) - 2001
  6. William Vickrey [539] (B.S) - 1996
  1. William Nordhaus [297] (Prof) - 2018*
  2. Bengt Holmström [482] (Prof) - 2016
  3. Robert Shiller [160] (Prof) - 2013*
  4. Christopher Sims [138] (Prof) - 2011
  5. Oliver Williamson [163] (Prof) - 2009
  6. Paul Krugman [696] (Asst Prof) - 2008
  7. Edmund Phelps [540] (Assoc Prof) - 2006
  8. Thomas Schelling [142] (Prof) - 2005
  9. Joseph Stiglitz [293] (Prof) - 2001
  10. James Heckman [477] (Prof) - 2000
  11. Gérard Debreu [406] (Assoc Prof) - 1983
  12. James Tobin [147] (Prof) - 1981*
  13. Tjalling Koopmans [485] (Prof) - 1975*
  1. Christopher Sims [138] (Vis Prof) - 2011
  2. Chris Pissarides [161] (Vis) - 2010
  3. Robert Aumann [408] (Vis Prof) - 2005
  4. Daniel McFadden [404] (Irving Fisher Prof) - 2000
  5. James Heckman [477] (Vis Prof) - 2000
  6. James Mirrlees [294] (Vis Prof) - 1996
  7. John Harsanyi [713] (Vis Fel) - 1994
  8. Gérard Debreu [406] (Vis Prof) - 1983
  9. Ragnar Frisch [714] (Vis Prof) - 1969
Literature
  1. Sinclair Lewis [715] (B.A) - 1930
  1. Toni Morrison [700] [716] (Vis Lect) - 1993
  2. Derek Walcott [717] [718] (Vis Lect) - 1992
  3. Wole Soyinka [719] [720] (Vis Prof) - 1986
Peace
  1. Wangari Maathai [721] (McCluskey Vis Fel) - 2004
  2. Elie Wiesel [722] (Henry Luce Vis Sch) - 1986
  3. Philip Noel-Baker [305] (Dodge Lect) - 1959

Cornell University (12th)

AlumniLong-term academic staffShort-term academic staff
Cornell University, United States
Total: 58 (Univ Count: 50) [723]

Notes: 1) 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. [724]

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). [725]

Physics
  1. Arthur Ashkin [499] (PhD) - 2018
  2. David Thouless [198] (PhD) - 2016
  3. Douglas Osheroff [588] (M.S, PhD) - 1996
  4. Sheldon Glashow [29] (B.A) - 1979
  5. Steven Weinberg [38] (B.A) - 1979
  6. Isidor Rabi [505] (B.S) - 1944
  1. François Englert [726] (Asst Prof) - 2013
  2. David M. Lee [25] (Prof) - 1996*
  3. Robert Coleman Richardson [727] (Prof) - 1996*
  4. Kenneth G. Wilson [27] (Prof) - 1982*
  5. Hans Bethe [227] (Prof) - 1967*
  6. Richard Feynman [560] (Assoc Prof) - 1965
  1. Kip Thorne [615] (A.D.W Prof) - 2017
  2. John M. Kosterlitz [41] (PSD) - 2016
  3. François Englert [726] (Res Assoc) - 2013
  4. Anthony Leggett [45] (Vis Prof) - 2002
  5. Robert C. Richardson [727] (Res Assoc) - 1996
  6. Russell Hulse [728] (Arecibo Observatory) - 1993
  7. Pierre de Gennes [729] (A.D.W Prof) - 1991
  8. Brian Josephson [205] (Res Fel) - 1973
  9. John Schrieffer [441] (A.D.W Prof) - 1972
  10. Hannes Alfvén [723] (Distinguished Prof) - 1970
  11. George P. Thomson [211] (Lect) - 1937
Chemistry
  1. Eric Betzig [627] (PhD) - 2014
  2. William Moerner [76] (M.S, PhD) - 2014
  1. Henry Taube [364] (Asst Prof) - 1983
  2. Roald Hoffmann [64] (Prof) - 1981*
  3. Paul Flory [594] (Prof) - 1974
  4. Vincent du Vigneaud [730] (Prof) - 1955*
  5. James B. Sumner [69] (Prof) - 1946*
  6. Peter Debye [570] (Prof) - 1936
  1. Joachim Frank [252] (PSD) - 2017
  2. Richard R. Ernst [731] (A.D.W Prof) - 1991
  3. Manfred Eigen [732] (A.D.W Prof) - 1967
  4. Otto Hahn [733] (Vis Prof) - 1944
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Jack Szostak [113] (PhD) - 2009
  2. Barbara McClintock [641] (B.S, M.A, PhD) - 1983
  3. Robert W. Holley [643] (PhD) - 1968
  4. George Beadle [122] (PhD) - 1958
  5. Hermann J. Muller [530] (Grad Atten) - 1946
  1. James P. Allison [388] (Prof) - 2018
  2. Harold Varmus [101] (Prof) - 1989
  3. Robert W. Holley [643] (Prof) - 1968*
  4. Haldan Hartline [734] (Assoc Prof) - 1967
  5. Herbert Gasser [735] (Prof) - 1944
  1. Paul Greengard [723] (A.D.W Prof) - 2000
  2. Robert Furchgott [736] (Inst) - 1998
  3. Barbara McClintock [641] (A.D.W Prof) - 1983
  4. Gobind Khorana [723] (A.D.W Prof) - 1968
  5. Peter Medawar [723] (A.D.W Prof) - 1960
  6. Fritz Lipmann [123] (Res Assoc) - 1953
Economics
  1. Robert Engle [579] (M.S, PhD) - 2003
  2. Robert Fogel [154] (B.A) - 1993
  1. Richard Thaler [475] (Prof) - 2017
  1. Dale Mortensen [647] (Vis Prof) - 2010
  2. Amartya Sen [152] (A.D.W Prof) - 1998
Literature
  1. Toni Morrison [700] (M.A) - 1993
  2. Pearl S. Buck [737] (M.A) - 1938
  1. Octavio Paz [723] (A.D.W Prof) - 1990
  2. Wole Soyinka [723] (Sr. Fel) - 1986
Peace
  1. John R. Mott [738] (B.A) - 1946
  1. Norman Borlaug [723] (A.D.W Prof) - 1970

Humboldt University Berlin (13th)

AlumniLong-term academic staffShort-term academic staff
Humboldt University Berlin, Germany
Total: 55 (Univ Count: 29) [739]

Notes: 1) Eduard Buchner received the Nobel prize when he was in Agricultural University of Berlin, which was later incorporated into the University of Berlin. He is not counted as a professor in the University of Berlin.

2) Emily Balch studied one year at the University of Berlin, but she was only permitted to audit lectures and was not in any degree program. [488] [489] She is thus excluded from the list.

Physics
  1. Walther Bothe [740] (PhD) - 1954
  2. Gustav Hertz [741] (PhD) - 1925
  3. James Franck [444] (PhD) - 1925
  4. Max Planck [742] (Grad Atten) - 1918
  5. Max Laue [743] (PhD) - 1914
  6. Wilhelm Wien [744] (PhD) - 1911
  7. Karl Braun [745] (PhD) - 1909
  8. Philipp Lenard [746] (Grad Atten) - 1905
  1. Max Born [228] (Prof) - 1954
  2. Walther Bothe [740] (Prof) - 1954
  3. Erwin Schrödinger [655] (Prof) - 1933*
  4. Werner Heisenberg [450] (Prof) - 1932
  5. James Franck [444] (Assoc Prof) - 1925
  6. Albert Einstein [623] (Prof) - 1921
  7. Max Planck [742] (Prof) - 1918*
  8. Max Laue [743] (Prof) - 1914
  1. Eugene Wigner [449] (Res Asst & Privatdozent) - 1963
  2. Albert Michelson [747] (Vis) - 1907
Chemistry
  1. Odd Hassel [748] (PhD) - 1969
  2. Kurt Alder [749] (UG Atten) - 1950
  3. Otto Diels [750] (PhD) - 1950
  4. Hans Euler-Chelpin [751] (PhD) - 1929
  5. Adolf Windaus [752] (UG Atten) - 1928
  6. Heinrich Wieland [753] (UG Atten) - 1927
  7. Walther Nernst [754] (UG Atten) - 1920
  8. Fritz Haber [259] (UG Atten) - 1918
  9. Otto Wallach [755] (UG Atten) - 1910
  10. Adolf von Baeyer [756] (PhD) - 1905
  1. Otto Diels [750] (Prof) - 1950
  2. Otto Hahn [733] (Prof) - 1944
  3. Adolf Butenandt [757] (Prof) - 1939*
  4. Peter Debye [570] (Prof) - 1936*
  5. Walther Nernst [754] (Prof) - 1920*
  6. Richard Willstätter [758] (Prof) - 1915
  7. Emil Fischer [759] (Prof) - 1902*
  8. Jacobus Hoff [760] (Prof) - 1901*
  1. Friedrich Bergius [761] (Res) - 1931
  2. Hans Fischer [762] [763] (Res) - 1930
  3. Hans Euler-Chelpin [751] (Vis) - 1929
  4. Richard Zsigmondy [764] (Res Asst) - 1925
  5. Fritz Pregl [765] [766] (Vis) - 1923
  6. Theodore W. Richards [767] (Vis Prof) - 1914
  7. Eduard Buchner [768] (Res) - 1907
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Bert Sakmann [769] (Med Atten) - 1991
  2. Werner Forssmann [770] [771] (M.D) - 1956
  3. Fritz Lipmann [123] (M.D, PhD) - 1953
  4. Hans A. Krebs [290] (Med Atten) - 1953
  5. Walter R. Hess [772] [773] (Med Atten) - 1949
  6. Ernst Chain [291] (B.S) - 1945
  7. Otto H. Warburg [774] (PhD) - 1931
  8. Otto Meyerhof [775] [776] (Med Atten) - 1922
  1. Albrecht Kossel [777] (Prof) - 1910
  2. Paul Ehrlich [778] (Assoc Prof) - 1908
  3. Robert Koch [779] (Prof) - 1905
  1. Emil Behring [780] (Res) - 1901
Economics
  1. Wassily Leontief [155] (PhD) - 1973
Literature
  1. Gerhart Hauptmann [781] [782] (UG Atten) - 1912
  2. Paul Heyse [783] (UG Atten) - 1910
  3. Rudolf Eucken [784] (UG Atten) - 1908
  1. Theodor Mommsen [785] (Prof) - 1902
Peace
  1. Gustav Stresemann [786] (UG Atten) - 1926
  2. Austen Chamberlain [306] [787] (Grad Atten) - 1925
  1. Auguste Beernaert [788] (Vis Fel) - 1909

University of Paris (14th)

AlumniLong-term academic staffShort-term academic staff
University of Paris, France
Total: 50

Notes: 1) This count includes affiliations with the successor Universities Paris I-XIII and Sorbonne University.

2) Affiliates of École Normale Supérieure (ENS) between 10 November 1903 and 3 February 1953 are included below. [789]

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. [790] [791]

Physics
  1. Gérard Mourou [792] (PhD) - 2018
  2. Serge Haroche [42] (PhD) - 2012
  3. Albert Fert [793] (PhD) - 2007
  4. Pierre de Gennes [346] (PhD) - 1991
  5. Louis Néel [794] (ENS B.A) - 1970
  6. Alfred Kastler [795] (ENS B.A, ENS PhD) - 1966
  7. De Broglie [796] (B.S, PhD) - 1929
  8. Jean Perrin [797] (PhD) - 1926
  9. Gabriel Lippmann [798] (PhD) - 1908
  10. Marie Curie [799] (PhD) - 1903
  11. Pierre Curie [800] (PhD) - 1903
  1. Serge Haroche [42] (Prof) - 2012
  2. Albert Fert [793] (Prof) - 2007*
  3. George Smoot [335] (Prof) - 2006
  4. Claude Cohen-Tannoudji [565] (Prof) - 1997
  5. Louis de Broglie [796] (Prof) - 1929*
  6. Jean Perrin [797] (Prof) - 1926*
  7. Gabriel Lippmann [798] (Prof) - 1908*
  8. Marie Curie [799] (Prof) - 1903
  9. Pierre Curie [800] (Prof) - 1903
  1. Murray Gell-Mann [226] (Vis Prof) - 1969
  2. Alfred Kastler [795] (Res) - 1966
  3. Charles Townes [339] (Vis) - 1964
Chemistry
  1. Gerhard Ertl [377] (UG Atten) - 2007
  2. Frédéric Joliot-Curie [801] (PhD) - 1935
  3. Irène Joliot-Curie [802] (B.S, PhD) - 1935
  4. Marie Curie [799] (PhD) - 1911
  5. Henri Moissan [803] (PhD) - 1906
  6. Jacobus Hoff [760] (Atten) - 1901
  1. Frédéric Joliot-Curie [801] (Prof) - 1935*
  2. Irène Joliot-Curie [802] (Prof) - 1935*
  3. Marie Curie [799] (Prof) - 1911*
  4. Henri Moissan [803] (Prof) - 1906*
  1. Michael Levitt [234] (Vis) - 2013
  2. Jaroslav Heyrovský [380] [381] (Rockefeller Fel) - 1959
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Françoise Barré-Sinoussi [804] (B.S, PhD) - 2008
  2. Luc Montagnier [805] (M.D) - 2008
  3. Bert Sakmann [806] (UG Atten) - 1991
  4. Jean Dausset [129] [807] (M.D) - 1980
  5. André Lwoff [808] (M.D, PhD) - 1965
  6. François Jacob [809] (M.D, PhD) - 1965
  7. Jacques Monod [645] (PhD) - 1965
  8. André Cournand [532] (B.S, M.D) - 1956
  9. Charles Nicolle [810] (Med Atten) - 1928
  10. Charles Richet [811] (M.D, PhD) - 1913
  1. Jean Dausset [129] (Prof) - 1980*
  2. André Lwoff [808] (Prof) - 1965
  3. Jacques Monod [645] (Prof) - 1965
  4. Charles Richet [811] (Prof) - 1913*
Economics
  1. Jean Tirole [158] (PhD) - 2014
  2. Maurice Allais [812] (D.Eng) - 1988
  3. Gérard Debreu [406] (PhD) - 1983
  1. Maurice Allais [812] (Prof) - 1988
  1. Oliver Williamson [163] (Vis Prof) - 2009
Literature
  1. Patrick Modiano [813] (UG Atten) - 2014
  2. Jean-Paul Sartre [814] (B.A, M.A) - 1964
  3. Giorgos Seferis [815] (LLB) - 1963
  4. T.S. Eliot [167] (Grad Atten) - 1948
  5. Henri Bergson [816] (PhD) - 1927
  6. Romain Rolland [817] (PhD) - 1915
  1. Romain Rolland [818] [819] (Prof) - 1915
Peace
  1. René Cassin [820] (DCL) - 1968
  2. Albert Schweitzer [821] (Grad Atten) - 1952
  3. Ferdinand Buisson [822] (B.A) - 1927
  4. Léon Bourgeois [823] (DCL) - 1920
  5. Louis Renault [824] (DCL) - 1907
  6. Charles Gobat [825] (Law Atten) - 1902
  1. René Cassin [820] (Prof) - 1968
  2. Ferdinand Buisson [822] (Prof) - 1927
  3. Louis Renault [824] (Prof) - 1907*
  1. Auguste Beernaert [788] (Vis Fel) - 1909

University of Göttingen (15th)

AlumniLong-term academic staffShort-term academic staff
University of Göttingen, Germany
Total: 45 (Univ Count: 44) [826] [827]

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. [828]

Physics
  1. Herbert Kroemer [829] (B.A, PhD) - 2000
  2. Hans Dehmelt [830] (B.A, PhD) - 1989
  3. Maria Mayer [442] (PhD) - 1963
  4. Max Born [228] (PhD) - 1954
  5. Werner Heisenberg [450] (Grad Atten) - 1932
  6. Gustav Hertz [831] (UG Atten) - 1925
  7. Max Laue [743] (UG Atten) - 1914
  8. Wilhelm Wien [744] (UG Atten) - 1911
  1. Max Born [228] (Prof) - 1954
  2. James Franck [444] (Prof) - 1925*
  3. Max Laue [743] (Prof) - 1914
  1. Hans Dehmelt [830] (Res Assoc) - 1989
  2. Wolfgang Paul [832] (Lect) - 1989
  3. Nevill Mott [203] (PSD) - 1977
  4. Eugene Wigner [449] (Res Asst) - 1963
  5. Patrick Blackett [209] (Vis Fel) - 1948
  6. Wolfgang Pauli [685] (Res Asst) - 1945
  7. Paul Dirac [213] [833] (PSD) - 1933
  8. Enrico Fermi [443] (PSD) - 1938
  9. Robert Millikan [445] (PSD) - 1923
  10. Johannes Stark [834] (Lect) - 1919
Chemistry
  1. Manfred Eigen [732] (PhD) - 1967
  2. Adolf Butenandt [757] (PhD) - 1939
  3. Norman Haworth [835] (PhD) - 1937
  4. Irving Langmuir [521] (PhD) - 1932
  5. Otto Wallach [755] (PhD) - 1910
  1. Stefan Hell [664] (Prof) - 2014
  2. Peter Debye [570] (Prof) - 1936
  3. Adolf Windaus [752] (Prof) - 1928*
  4. Richard Zsigmondy [764] (Prof) - 1925*
  5. Walther Nernst [754] (Prof) - 1920
  6. Otto Wallach [755] (Prof) - 1910*
  1. Thomas Steitz [54] [630] (Macy Fel) - 2009
  2. Dudley Herschbach [836] (Vis Prof) - 1986
  3. Gerhard Herzberg [456] (PSD) - 1971
  4. Lars Onsager [257] (Vis Gauss Prof) - 1968
  5. Hans Euler-Chelpin [751] (Res) - 1929
  6. Theodore W. Richards [70] [767] (Res) - 1914
Physiology or Medicine
  1. Thomas Südhof [597] (PhD) - 2013
  2. Bert Sakmann [806] (M.D) - 1991
  3. Max Delbrück [637] [837] (PhD) - 1969
  4. Hans A. Krebs [290] (Med Atten) - 1953
  5. Robert Koch [779] (M.D) - 1905
  1. Bert Sakmann [806] (Prof) - 1991
  2. Erwin Neher [838] (Prof) - 1991
  3. Paul Ehrlich [778] [827] (Prof) - 1908*
  1. Élie Metchnikoff [839] (Res) - 1908
Literature
  1. Rudolf Eucken [784]