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  1. Philosophical Problems of Quantum Physics by Werner Heisenberg, 1979-06
  2. Physics and Beyond, Encounters and Conversations by Heisenberg Werner, 1972
  3. Physics and Philosophy: The Revolution in Modern Science by Werner Heisenberg, 2007-05-01
  4. Uncertainty: The Life and Science of Werner Heisenberg by David C. Cassidy, 1993-08-15
  5. The Physical Principles of the Quantum Theory by Werner Heisenberg, 1930-06
  6. Encounters with Einstein by Werner Heisenberg, 1989-10-01
  7. Across the Frontiers by Werner Heisenberg, 1990-10
  8. Physics and Philosophy The Revolution in Modern Science by Heisenberg Werner, 1958
  9. Philosophische Weltbilder des 20. Jahrhunderts: Eine interdisziplinare Studie zu Max Planck und Werner Heisenberg (Epistemata) (German Edition) by Cornelia Liesenfeld, 1992
  10. Physics and Philosophy: The Revolution in Modern Science by Werner Heisenberg, 1962
  11. Bayerische Gestalten: 74 Lebensbilder von Herzog Tassilo III. bis Werner Heisenberg (German Edition) by Karl Wieninger, 1981
  12. Fundamental Physics - Heisenberg and Beyond
  13. Heisenberg's War: The Secret History Of The German Bomb by Thomas Powers, 2000-08-11
  14. 100 Years Werner Heisenberg: Works and Impact

1. Werner Heisenberg - Biography
Werner heisenberg werner Heisenberg was born on 5th December, 1901, at Würzburg.He was the son of Dr. August Heisenberg and his wife Annie Wecklein.
Werner Heisenberg
Max Born
Franck venia legendi at that University.
From 1924 until 1925 he worked, with a Rockefeller Grant, with Niels Bohr
In 1926 he was appointed Lecturer in Theoretical Physics at the University of Copenhagen under Niels Bohr and in 1927, when he was only 26, he was appointed Professor of Theoretical Physics at the University of Leipzig.
In 1929 he went on a lecture tour to the United States, Japan, and India.
In 1941 he was appointed Professor of Physics at the University of Berlin and Director of the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Physics there.
In 1948 Heisenberg stayed for some months in Cambridge, England, to give lectures, and in 1950 and 1954 he was invited to lecture in the United States. In the winter of 1955-1956 he gave the Gifford Lectures at the University of St. Andrews, Scotland, these lectures being subsequently published as a book.
During 1955 Heisenberg was occupied with preparations for the removal of the Max Planck Institute for Physics to Munich. Still Director of this Institute, he went with it to Munich and in 1958 he was appointed Professor of Physics in the University of Munich. His Institute was then being renamed the Max Planck Institute for Physics and Astrophysics.
Heisenberg's name will always be associated with his theory of quantum mechanics, published in 1925, when he was only 23 years old. For this theory and the applications of it which resulted especially in the discovery of allotropic forms of hydrogen, Heisenberg was awarded the Nobel Prize for Physics for 1932.

2. Werner Heisenberg - Biography
Werner Heisenberg Biography Werner Heisenberg was born on 5th December, 1901, at W rzburg.

3. Physics 1932
Awarded to Werner Karl Heisenberg for the creation of quantum mechanics, the application of which has, inter alia, led to the discovery of the

4. Werner Heisenberg - Wikipédia
Biographie interactive du physicien allemand dans l'encyclop©die libre.
Wikim©dia a besoin de votre aide notre page de collecte de fonds pour plus de d©tails.
Werner Heisenberg
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Werner Karl Heisenberg, 5 d©cembre er f©vrier ) ©tait un physicien , fondateur de la m©canique quantique et laur©at du prix Nobel . Il est n©   W¼rzburg Allemagne et d©c©d©   Munich modifier
M©canique quantique
Il d©veloppa la premi¨re formalisation de la m©canique quantique, en , en mªme temps qu' Erwin Schr¶dinger . Toutefois le formalisme math©matique ©tait diff©rent, Heisenberg utilisa une formalisation matricielle, alors que Schr¶dinger utilisa une approche par les ©quations diff©rentielles. Ceci permit de penser, tout d'abord, que les th©ories ©taient distinctes, mais l'ann©e suivante, Schr¶dinger d©montra l'©quivalence math©matique des deux formulations. Son principe d'incertitude p x x h o¹ Δ p x repr©sente l'erreur sur la quantit© de mouvement et Δ x l'erreur sur la position. Ce produit ne peut ªtre inf©rieur   la constante h , et donc toute pr©cision dans la mesure d'une des deux quantit©s se fait au d©triment de l'autre. Il est important de noter que cette incertitude n'est pas li©e   la mesure, mais est une propri©t© r©¨lle des valeurs en question: am©liorer la pr©cision des instruments n'am©liorera pas la pr©cision de cette mesure simultan©e.

5. Heisenberg / Uncertainty Principle - Werner Heisenberg And The
The life of Werner Heisenberg, by the AIP Center for History of Physics. Text by historian David C. Cassidy and many illustrations describe

6. Max-Planck-Institut Fuer Physik, Muenchen
Homepage of the MaxPlank-Institut fuer Physik, Munich

7. A Science Odyssey People And Discoveries Werner Heisenberg
Werner Heisenberg 1901 1976. Werner Heisenberg's high school years were interrupted by World War I, when he had to leave school to help harvest

8. A Science Odyssey: People And Discoveries: Werner Heisenberg
Werner Heisenberg s high school years were interrupted by World War I, when hehad to leave school to help harvest crops in Bavaria.
Werner Heisenberg
Werner Heisenberg's high school years were interrupted by World War I, when he had to leave school to help harvest crops in Bavaria. Back in Munich after the war, he volunteered as a messenger for democratic socialist forces that fought and ousted the communist government that had taken control of the Bavarian state. He was involved in youth groups trying to rebuild German society out of the ashes of World War I, including the "New Boy Scouts" which hoped to renew German life through direct experience of nature, Romantic poetry, music, and thought. An unusual start for a great contributor to twentieth-century physics. In 1920 he entered the University of Munich to pursue a degree in math. But the math professor wouldn't allow him into an advanced seminar, so he quit. He transferred to physics. He immediately took an interest in theoretical physicists, and soon met many scientists whose work would dominate the coming decades, including Niels Bohr , Wolfgang Pauli, Max Born, and Enrico Fermi. One of his chief interests was working out problems involved in the Bohr-Rutherford model of the atom In 1926 Heisenberg joined Bohr at the Institute for Theoretical Physics in Copenhagen. This turned out to be one of the most productive periods in Heisenberg's life. In 1927 he was puzzling over the basic quantum properties of electrons. He realized that the act of measuring an electron's properties by hitting it with gamma rays would alter the electron's behavior. Indeed, you could measure the position of an electron (or other particle) OR you could measure its momentum. But the more precisely you measure one property, the more you throw the other off. He tied this up in an equation using Planck's constant, and called it the uncertainty principle. While many resisted this idea, it eventually became accepted as a fundamental law of nature.

9. A Science Odyssey Credits
Albert CorbisBettman Gell-Mann, Murray courtesy of AIP Emilio Segre Visual Archives Heisenberg, Werner Karl Corbis-Bettman Hubble, Edwin

10. Werner Heisenberg - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Heisenberg, Werner. Across the frontiers ; translated from the German by PeterHeath. (Ox Bow Press, 1990) ISBN 0918024803 (Hardcover) ISBN 0918024811
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Werner Heisenberg
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Werner Heisenberg Werner Karl Heisenberg December 5 February 1 ) was a celebrated German physicist and Nobel laureate , one of the founders of quantum mechanics . He was born in W¼rzburg Germany and died in Munich . Heisenberg was the head of Germany 's nuclear energy program , though the nature of this project, and his work in this capacity has been heavily debated.
Heisenberg was born in W¼rzburg, Germany, the son of Dr. August Heisenberg and Annie Wecklein. He attended school in Munich and studied Physics at the University of Munich under, amongst others, Arnold Sommerfeld and Wilhelm Wien . As a young man, Heisenberg was a scout , an enthusiastic hiker and walker and greatly loved the outdoor life. In he studied physics at G¶ttingen where he was taught by Max Born and David Hilbert . His Ph.D. was from the University of Munich following which, he joined

11. Werner Heisenberg
Werner Heisenberg. Werner Heisenberg wurde am 5. Dezember 1901 in W rzburg geboren. Er starb am in

12. Werner Heisenberg Ad Personam
German Original. Werner Heisenberg in front of the Urfeld house Werner Heisenberg sweeping the floor at his Urfeld summer 1960

13. Biographie Werner Heisenberg, 1901-1976
Werner Heisenberg

14. Heisenberg, Werner. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition .
Heisenberg, Werner. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 200105

15. Biographies Info Science : Heisenberg Werner Karl
Br¨ve biogrpahie du physicien allemand. Werne

16. Werner Heisenberg: Biography And Much More From
Heisenberg, Werner Karl Werner Karl Heisenberg Library of Congress b. Würzburg,Germany, December 5, 1901, d.
showHide_TellMeAbout2('false'); Business Entertainment Games Health ... More... On this page: Scientist Dictionary Encyclopedia Science WordNet Wikipedia Mentioned In Or search: - The Web - Images - News - Blogs - Shopping Werner Heisenberg Scientist Heisenberg, Werner Karl Werner Karl Heisenberg Library of Congress [b. W¼rzburg, Germany, December 5, 1901, d. Munich, February 1, 1976] Heisenberg, with mathematical help from Max Born, developed in 1925 the first version of quantum mechanics, a matrix method of calculating the behavior of electrons and other subatomic particles. The method was superseded as a practical tool soon after by the more intuitive wave equation of Erwin Schr¶dinger, but matrix mechanics remains a great intellectual accomplishment. Heisenberg's most lasting contribution was his discovery in 1927 of the uncertainty principle, a foundation of quantum theory. A few years later he introduced a new quantum number called isotopic spin. Heisenberg continued to contribute to particle physics, introducing useful computational techniques in the 1950s. Dictionary Hei·sen·berg hÄ« zən-b»rg , -bĕrk Werner Karl
German physicist and a founder of quantum mechanics. He won a 1932 Nobel Prize for his uncertainty principle.

17. Biographies Info Science : Heisenberg Werner Karl
Werner Karl Heisenberg entame ses études à l universitéde Munich et les poursuit à Göttingen où il devient l assistant du

18. HEISENBERG: Werner Heisenberg Books

19. Heisenberg Werner From FOLDOC
Heisenberg won the Nobel Prize for physics in 1932. Recommended Reading WernerHeisenberg, Physical Principles of the Quantum Theory (Dover, 1930); Werner

20. Werner Heisenberg - Books, Journals, Articles @ The Questia Online Library
Stratton, playing the role of Werner Heisenberg in Michael Frayns Teller earnedhis doctorate under Werner Heisenberg in Leipzig, worked with Carl.
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