Nobel laureate Donna Strickland joins a growing list of McMaster graduates and faculty whose work has earned them a Nobel Prize.
October 2, 2018
In 1981, Donna Strickland graduated from McMaster’s Faculty of Engineering with a bachelor’s degree in engineering physics.
From here, she went to the University of Rochester, where her doctoral work on chirped pulse amplification blazed a trail for current-day corrective laser eye surgery and, this week, earned her and her doctoral supervisor, Gérard Mourou, the Nobel Prize in physics. To read the full story, please visit the Daily News.