Max Born


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British nuclear physicist (born in Germany) honored for his contributions to quantum mechanics (1882-1970)

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The findings have a wide variety of implications for materials science and engineering and could help researchers understand how earthquakes occur and how severely they may develop along a fault line," said Jay Fineberg, the Max Born Professor of Natural Philosophy at the Racah Institute of Physics at the Hebrew University.
In Berlin he has taken courses with Einstein, at Goettingen with Max Born and Werner Heisenberg, the latter being also his thesis adviser.
In 1963, when the world narrowly escaped nuclear catastrophe, the physicist Max Born wrote: "World peace in a world that has grown smaller is no longer a Utopia, but rather a necessity, a condition for the survival of mankind.
The opening of the full archive of Einstein's papers in 2006 has enabled Isaacson to paint a new, all-encompassing portrait of the man whose general relativity theory was described by the physics giant Max Born as 'The greatest feat of human thinking about nature, the most amazing combination of philosophical penetration, physical intuition and mathematical skill.
Robinson added: "It was a great reward for the manager who also saw his baby son Max born and a 7-0 win in the same weekend.
Professor Alan Martin emeritus professor in physics at Durham University won the Institute of Physics and German Physical Society's International Bilateral Max Born Medal and Prize for 2007.
By contrast, though Max Born is certainly one of the twentieth century's great physicists, he is not well known.
2) Carta a Max Born, 7 de noviembre de 1944, citada por T.
Max Born Symposium (19th: 2004: Wroclaw, Poland) Ed.
Nancy Thorndike Greenspan's The End Of The Certain World: The Life And Science Of Max Born, The Nobel Physicist Who Ignited The Quantum Revolution (0738206938, $26.
His confidence returned when Nobel laureate Max Born, the first theoretical physicist Oppenheimer came to know, invited him to study at Gottingen.
7) Werner Heisenberg, writing in English, refers to 'concept of reality', (8) and 'way of thinking'; (9) Paul Dirac to 'picture of the world' and 'fundamental ideas'; (10) Max Born to 'philosophical attitude', (11) 'philosophical principles' and 'philosophical convictions'; (12) and Stephen Hawking to 'philosophical standpoint'.