Laureates

Lorentz Medal

The Lorentz Medal draws attention to ground-breaking research in theoretical physics. The Lorentz Medal is awarded every four years to a researcher who has made a significant contribution to the advancement of theoretical physics.

2014

Michael Berry, United Kingdom

2010

Edward Witten, United States

2006

Leo Kadanoff, United States

2002

Frank Wilczek, United States

1998

C.E. Wieman en E.A. Cornell, United States

1994

A.M. Polyakov, United States

1990

P-.G. de Gennes, France

1986

G. ’t Hooft, The Netherlands

1982

A. Abragam, France

1978

N. Bloembergen, United States

1974

J.H. van Vleck, United States

1970

G.E. Uhlenbeck, United States

1966

F.J. Dyson, United States

1962

R.E. Peierls, United Kingdom

1958

L. Onsager, United States

1953

F. London, United States

1947

H.A. Kramers, The Netherlands

1939

A. Sommerfeld, Germany

1935

P. Debije, Germany

1931

W. Pauli, Switzerland

1927

M. Planck, Germany