Some Achievements of Albert Einstein
Albert Einstein plays a significant role in science. His formula for mass-energy equivalence E=mc2, has been dubbed “the world’s most famous equation” and is one of the most significant findings in science. But how did Albert Einstein become the Albert Einstein. What influenced him during childhood? What experiments did he conduct to discover these new findings? Why did he feel so passionately about the philosophy of science? And why did he become a theoretical physicist? Albert Einstein was born in Ulm, in the Kingdom of Württemberg in the German Empires, on March 14 1879. His parents are Herman Einstein and Pauline Koch. In 1880 the family moved to Munich, Germany, where Albert’s father and his uncle Jakob founded Elektrotechnische Fabrik J. Einstein and Cie, a company manufactured electrical equipment based on direct current. In 1894, the company lost a bid to supply the city and had to sell the factory, which forced the family to move to Italy. First they. Over to Milan then a few months later he moved to Paris. Albert stayed in Munich to finish school. At the end of December 1894, Albert went to live in Italy with his family. During his time in Italy he wrote a short essay with the title “On the Investigation of the State of the Ether in a Magnetic Field” From a young age Albert Einstein had always excelled in math and science.
At only 12 years old, Albert taught himself algebra, geometry, he even independently discovered his own proof of the Pythagorean theorem. His passion for geometry and algebra convinced Albert that nature could be understood as a mathematical structure. He started teaching himself calculus at 12, at 13 he was introduced to Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason, at 14 he mastered integral and differential calculus. Through Albert Einstein’s theories of relativity he showed us that there is a fastest possible speed and that light moves at it. He showed us that gravity is a curvature of spacetime, and laid the foundations of modern quantum mechanics when he proposed that light really comes in little bundles of energy that he called quanta. His work altered our understanding of the nature of science itself. By 1908, he was recognized as a leading scientist and was appointed lecturer at the University of Bern. A year later, Alfred Kleiner recommended him to the faculty for a newly created professorship in theoretical physics. Albert Einstein was appointed associate professor in 1909. In Conclusion, Albert Einstein played a significant role in developing science. His theories on quantum mechanics changed and helped a lot about science. He was recognized as one of the most leading scientists and was awarded a Nobel Prize for his services to Theoretical Physics and especially for his discovery of law of the photoelectric effect.