Das Max-Born-Berufskolleg des Kreises Recklinghausen, Europaschule in NRW, ist spezialisiert auf die Bereiche Technik und Gestaltung. In den fachlichen. Für seine statistische Interpretation der Quantenmechanik sowie seine Gittertheorie der Kristalle erhielt Max Born den Nobelpreis für Physik im Jahr Max Born ( bis ) erhielt den Nobelpreis für Physik (gemeinsam mit Walther Bothe) für seine maßgeblich in der Göttinger Zeit entstandenen.
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In the latter seat of learning he read mathematics chiefly, sitting under Klein, Hilbert, Minkowski, and Runge, but also studied astronomy under Schwarzschild, and physics under Voigt.
He was awarded the Prize of the Philosophical Faculty of the University of Göttingen for his work on the stability of elastic wires and tapes in , and graduated at this university a year later on the basis of this work.
Born next went to Cambridge for a short time, to study under Larmor and J. Back in Breslau during the years , he worked with the physicists Lummer and Pringsheim, and also studied the theory of relativity.
On the strength of one of his papers, Minkowski invited his collaboration at Göttingen but soon after his return there, in the winter of , Minkowski died.
Soon he became an academic lecturer at Göttingen in recognition of his work on the relativistic electron. An appointment as professor extraordinarius to assist Max Planck at Berlin University came to Born in but he had to join the German Armed Forces.
In a scientific office of the army he worked on the theory of sound ranging. There he introduced a continental style research group comprising mostly of refugees from Europe.
One of his research students described Born's days in Edinburgh:- When Born arrived in the morning he first used to make the round of his research students, asking them whether they had any progress to report, and giving them advice, sometimes presenting them with sheets of elaborate calculations concerning their problems which he had himself done the day before.
The rest of the morning was spent by Born in delivering his lectures to undergraduate honours students, attending to departmental business, and doing research work of his own.
Most of the latter, however he used to carry out at home in the afternoons and evenings. After he retired in Born returned Germany making his home in Bad Pyrmont, near Göttingen.
Soon after he received his greatest honour when he was awarded the Nobel Prize for his statistical studies of wave functions.
During this period he became interested in the philosophy of science as well as the impact of science on human affairs [ 3 ] :- He was deeply concerned about the danger to the world from future war and mass destruction, and took the initiative in to get a statement on this subject signed by a gathering of Nobel Laureates.
Born received many honours, far too numerous to name more than a few: he was elected a fellow of the Royal Society in and awarded its Hughes Medal in He received the Stokes Medal from the University of Cambridge, two German schools were named after him and he was made an honorary member of academies in Russia, India, Romania, Peru, Ireland, Scotland, Denmark, Sweden and the USA.
Born wrote many textbooks and monographs, mostly for students or experts in the subjects but some are excellent popular accounts of science.
His publication list includes at least items. In [ 3 ] the following tribute is paid to Born:- He was respected and honoured for many important contributions to his subject and for his wisdom and success as a teacher.
He was widely known for his exposition of the ideas of physics to the layman, and he was held in affection by his many colleagues and pupils for the warmth and simple directness of his personality.
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Biography in Encyclopaedia Britannica. James Franck und Max Born in Göttingen Göttingen, James Franck had been appointed professor of experimental physics at Göttingen the previous year.
The two of them made the University of Göttingen one of the most important centres for the study of atomic and molecular phenomena. Dirac , Victor Weisskopf, J.
Robert Oppenheimer , Walter Heitler, and Maria Goeppert-Mayer. In Born and Hungarian engineer Theodore von Karman formulated the dynamics of a crystal lattice, which incorporated the symmetry properties of the lattice, allowed the imposition of quantum rules, and permitted thermal properties of the crystal to be calculated.
This work was elaborated when Born was in Göttingen, and it formed the basis of the modern theory of lattice dynamics. In Heisenberg gave Born a copy of the manuscript of his first paper on quantum mechanics, and Born immediately recognized that the mathematical entities with which Heisenberg had represented the observable physical quantities of a particle—such as its position, momentum , and energy—were matrices.
Joined by Heisenberg and Jordan, Born formulated all the essential aspects of quantum mechanics in its matrix version.
A short time later, Erwin Schrödinger formulated a version of quantum mechanics based on his wave equation.
It was soon proved that the two formulations were mathematically equivalent. In Born submitted two papers in which he formulated the quantum mechanical description of collision processes and found that in the case of the scattering of a particle by a potential, the wave function at a particular spatiotemporal location should be interpreted as the probability amplitude of finding the particle at that specific space-time point.
In he was awarded the Nobel Prize for this work. Born remained at Göttingen until April , when all Jews were dismissed from their academic posts in Germany.
Born and his family went to England, where he accepted a temporary lectureship at Cambridge. In he was appointed Tait Professor of Natural Philosophy at the University of Edinburgh.