The Manne Siegbahn Memorial Lecture presents recent breakthroughs and developments in experimental physics. The lecture series was instituted in 1993 to the memory of Manne Siegbahn, and it is supported by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences through its Nobel Institute for Physics.
When the Manne Siegbahn Laboratory was integrated into the Department of Physics at Stockholm University in 2011, the task of organising the Manne Siegbahn Memorial Lecture was taken over by the AlbaNova University Center.
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|1993||Gerald Gabrielse||One Antiproton Radio: Precision Comparisons of a Single Trapped Antiproton and Proton|
|1994||Till Kirsten||GALLEX Solar Neutrino Results and their Implications|
|1995||Hiroyuki Sakaki||Quantum Engineering of Nanostructures: Novel Physics and New Concepts for Electronic Devices|
|1996||Eric Cornell||Bose-Einstein Condensation in a Dilute Atomic Vapor|
|1996||Geoffrey W. Marcy||Discovery of Planets Orbiting Sun-like Stars|
|1997||Alain Blondel||Elementary Particles from the Z to the Higgs. Loops, Tides and Trains.|
|1998||Rainer Weiss||The Prospects for the Detection of Gravitational Waves|
|1999||Yuri Oganessian||The Long Way to the Island of Stability of Superheavy Elements close to Z=114|
|2000||Serge Haroche||Seeing a Single Photon without Destroying it and Manipulating Entaglement in Atom-Cavity Experiments|
|2001||Andrew E. Lange||Imaging the Embryonic Universe: First Resolved Images of the Cosmic Microwave Background|
|2002||Lene Vestergaard Hau||Light at Bicycle Speed — and Slower Yet!|
|2003||Andreas Eckart||A Massive Accreting Black Hole at the Center of the Milky Way!|
|2004||Michel H. Devoret||Towards a Solid State Quantum Information Processor: Manipulation and Control of the Quantum State of an Electrical Circuit|
|2005||Arthur B. McDonald||Neutrino and Astrophysics Measurements with the Sudbury Neutrino Observatory|
|2006||Ferenc Krausz||Attosecond Physics|
|2007||Sidney R. Nagel||Topological Transitions and Singularities in Fluids: The Life and Death of a Drop|
|2008||Alan Watson||Is the search for the origin of the highest-energy cosmic rays over?|
|2009||Fritz Bosch||Experiments on the beta decay of highly-ionized atoms with challenging and puzzling results|
|2010||Daniel Rouan||The discovery of the first transiting Earth-like planet by the CoRoT satellite|
|2012||Donald M. Eigler||Spin Excitation Spectroscopy – A Tool Set for Atomic-Scale Spin Systems|
|2013||Joseph Incandela and Fabiola Gianotti||Higgs boson: foundations and implications of a very special discovery|