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German mathematical physicist noted for stating the uncertainty principle (1901-1976)

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A los cientificos les interesa sobremanera el contenido de la entrevista -y rompimiento- entre Niels Bohr y Werner Heisenberg, en Copenhague, en septiembre de 1941.
5) Es inutil senalar el motivo de la seleccion de este pseudonimo: Werner Heisenberg (1901-1976) fue un importante fisico que obtuvo el Nobel en 1932.
In deference to Werner Heisenberg and his uncertainty principle, we will look mostly at position (where we are with respect to the development of a particular trend), while sidestepping any temptation to predict when the full impact of that trend will come into play.
In 1941, years after they had last worked together, there was a real-life meeting between two physicists in Copenhagen - Danish-born Niels Bohr, and his German protegee Werner Heisenberg.
Back into their lives for a difficult, fleeting visit comes former student Werner Heisenberg, a brilliantly geeky physicist who is working for the Nazi regime in Germany on building a nuclear weapon.
Entertainment fans might be more interested to know another previous winner of the physic award was Werner Heisenberg - the man whose name was adopted by the anti-hero in the uber cool TV show, Breaking Bad.
In his essay on "The Significance of Beauty for the Exact Sciences," physicist Werner Heisenberg argued convincingly that the Scientific Revolution of the 17th century was based on a return to Plato by these great mathematizing scientists.
No obstante las divergencias y la celebre discusion de Einsten con Niels Bohr, ciertamente desde otro angulo que el propuesto por Bachelard pero con puntos de contacto, la fisica cuantica desde Werner Heisenberg se situa en esta trayectoria critica de la nocion absoluta de objetividad (23).
8220;The separate identity of each String as Wave or Electric or Nonmetal, Particle or Magnetic or Metal, and Wavicle or Electromagnetic or Metalloids were deduced from the discovery of Photons and Electrons by the following Nobel Prize recipients; Albert Einstein, Niels Bohr, Louis de Broglie, Werner Heisenberg, Erwin Schrodinger, James Maxwell, Richard Feynman, Ernest Rutherford to name a few and their colleagues.
Among them are Leonid Mandelstam (1879-1944), Andrei Sacharov (1921-89), Niels Bohr (1885-1962), Werner Heisenberg (1901-76), and Lev Landau (1908-68).
It also presents important theories and ways of thinking from scientists and scholars such as Albert Einstein, Werner Heisenberg, Alfred Korzybski, Marshall McLuhan, and lots of others.
Act 1 kicks off in Berlin in 1926 with Albert Einstein congratulating Werner Heisenberg for his work on quantum mechanics.
Albert Einstein while Quantum Mechanics was the joint effort of a group of physicists such as Paul Dirac, Werner Heisenberg, Max Born and Erwin Schrodinger.
Werner Heisenberg, the likely head of any German nuclear weapons program, had been a sort of academic mentor to Hans Bethe, a major figure in the Manhattan Project, and this was typical of relationships around the globe.
In this fascinating, well-written overview, Brennan offers biographical sketches of seven great 20th-century scientists: Albert Einstein, Max Planck, Ernest Rutherford, Niels Bohr, Werner Heisenberg, Richard Feynman, and Murray Gell-Mann.