Transcript: ALBERT’S kIDS Hans Albert Einstein (14 May 1904 – 26 July 1973) Eduard Einstein (28 July 1910 – 25 October 1965) Lieserl Einstein Significant Accomplishments Theory of Relativity Creating the atomic bomb Challenges Overcame Dyslexia Hitler and the Nazis Lasting Influence The E=mc^2 Equation The Atomic Bomb Conclusion Even though Einstein is not alive today he still makes a huge impact on our lives today with his amazing E=mc^2 theory of relativity which has changed science forever. Biographical Infomation Mr. Agee English, Block 2 13 december 2011 The End!!!! Born (1879) Gets Married (1903) Has A daughter (1902) Has a son (1904) Has another son (1910) Gets divorced (1919) Gets Married to cousin (1919) Albert Einstein By: Joel Johnstone Created the refrigerator Explained light energy Overcoming Dyslexia
Transcript: albert einstein Albert Einstein was born March 14, 1879 died April 18, 1955 of a ruptured aneurysm. his job his theoretician physicist He publish in 1905 the theory of the restreinte relativity in 1915 he publish a other theory :the gravitation He was origin juive after allemand ,then apatride(1896),suisse (1901)and he has a double nationality hélvético-américaine(1940) his family His father,Hermann Einstein,was a patron of electrochemical. His mother,Pauline Koch.was a musician. The family also lived with Uncle d'Albert,an engineer. At the end of his studies, Einstein began to search for a job, not without difficulty. Not finding in its field, it falls back to a job agent patent examining inventions made. He moved to Bern and married a fellow student (at Polytechicum), Mileva Maritch. In fact, he married shortly after the death of his father, because it was against the marriage. They all have two son, Hans Albert (1904) and Eduard (1910). Liersel, their daughter born before their marriage, was abandoned because it could, according to the criteria of the time, force him to leave the Patent Office. A 6-year, driven by his parents, he took violin lessons. At first, he shows little interest in this music, until he discovers the sonatas of Mozart. He will keep that passion for the violin until the end of his life. He was not a model school ... it was good in mathematics but not in other subjects, let alone language. He put a lot of time talking and he was the target of speech difficulties lage up to 9 years At thirteen he read the small bible of geometry that he will abandon religious belief In 1912 he became a professor at the Polytechnic of Zurich, and finds an old friend named Marcel Grossmann. He gets to him the help he needed math to begin work on his theory. Einstein was among those who do not believe in big bang In conclusion, Einstein spent his life studying the science because it was his passion. and he preferred to stay with young children because it arose over question ex: why the sky is blue tanks you for your listen use overview to show relations
Transcript: Albert Einstein Albert Einsteins Childhood: -Born in Ulm, Kingdom of Wurttemberg in Germany -Born on March 14, 1879. did not talk until the age of three - at the age of 12 he taught himself Euclidean Geometry. -Often cut classes to study physics on his own or play his violin What He Did to Become Famous: -He was the most well-known scientist of the 20th century. -best known as the creator of light -He showed the relationship between mass and energy -He had accurate predictions on the link between gravity with space and time which made him a celebrity -He also had accurate predictions on the link between gravity with space which also made him a celebrity. -He is most famous for his theory of relativity. Publishes: -He published theoretical papers of central inportance to the development of 20th-century physics -One paper was on Brownian motion he made important predictions about the motion of particles that are randomly distributed in a fluid -The other paper on, the photoelectric effect, contained a revolutionary hypothesis concerning the nature of light. -He proposed that under certain circumstances light can be considered as consisting of particles. Hard Time in his Life: -In 1930 Einstein's son was diagnosed with schizophrenia and suffered a mental breakdown, -In 1933 his close friend Paul Ehrenfest, who helped in the development of general relativity, committed suicide. -In 1932 his wife Elsa died. -On April 18th, 1955 he died of an aortic aneurysm. Love Life: -In 1903 he married Mileva Mari and had two sons. -They later divorced -Then he remarried -He became lifelong friends with the Winteler family. Winteler's daughter Marie was his first love. -At Zrich he met his future wife Mileva Marcia.
Transcript: Albert Einstein Background Albert Einstein was born on March 14th, 1879(1879-03-14) Ulm, Kingdom of Württemberg, German Empire He was a German born theoretical physicist. He recieved several awards such as Nobel Prize in Physics (1921) Matteucci Medal (1921) Copley Medal (1925) Max Planck Medal (1929) Time Person of the Century (1999) Obstacles He had dyslexia at a young age... everyone thought he was not very smart, but with determination and courage he proved them wrong....very wrong. Accomplishments Atomic Bomb General Relativity Revoloution in Physics Photoelectric Effect. He was a German born theoretical physicist.
Transcript: Albert Einstein Albert Einstein was born in Ulm, Germany on March 14, 1879 and died April 18, 1955 in Princeton. Fact about Ulm Germany: Ulm is divided up into 18 districts and lies at the point where the rivers Blau and Iller join the Danube. Early Influences Education Albert went to school in Some of Alberts major accomplishments are Accomplishments One of Albert’s early influences at age 12 was medical student Max Talmud. Max and Albert would have long conversations about science, philosophy, and all the books that Max would provide for Albert . Max also encouraged albert to continue in science and helped him to be the best he could be. Ulm Germany
Transcript: Albert Einstein Thank you for your attention! Born on March 14, 1879 at Ulm, Wurttemberg, Germany. Developed the theory of relativity. In 1905, Albert wrote a book tellig the reader that light is the fastest object in the universe. This thought changed how people thought about light. In 1916, he made a book about gravity, his ideas changed how scientists thought about time and gravity. Later in life Albert traveled to Europe and to the United States. Albert recived the Nobel Peace Prize. Contributions Subject 2 Every Teacher Albert had sayed that Albert was great at math and science. Albert Was bad at Writing and Reading. After when Albert went to college in Switzerland and studying physics and math. Later in life He worked in a patent office, which helps inventors. He was the first man to know that light is faster than anything in the world. Graduates from Highschool at age 17 and enroles at the ETH ( the Fredral Polytechnic) in Zurich. Subject 3 Early Life
Transcript: Thank you for your attention! During 1921, Einstein was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics. Copley Medal from the Royal Society during 1925. Albert Einstein Recognitions WWII Soon after graduating, Einstein searched for a job which he had difficulties in until a former friend who enrolled him the Federal Office for Intellectual Property. It was then as he worked when many of his future theories began to develop in his mind. As he Einstein knowledge grew it wasn’t strange for him to be later awarded a PhD in physics by the University of Zurich. He later published amusing news on physics which would earn him a position as a physics docent in the University of Zurich. Many were the jobs he enrolled in as his adult life progressed, later he would enroll in the Prussian Academy of sciences. In 1916 he earned the position of president of the German Physical Society. It was the explosion of the WWII that drove Einstein to emigrate to the US for second time, where he would along with other scientists develop the a creation known for its destruction and what would make his name forever to be remembered. He received the US citizenship in 1940, after informing the US government that Nazis were in the creation of atomic bomb. The letter wrote to President Roosevelt, would begin the Manhattan project or the creation of the atomic bomb, a race for the Germans and the Americans. Awards Einstein death was caused by an abdominal aortic aneurysm, he was offered a surgery that would prolong his life but he responded with a known phrase. "I want to go when I want. It is tasteless to prolong life artificially. I have done my share, it is time to go. I will do it elegantly." What are scientists? Death Throughout history recognizable humans have risen up these are persons that are unique unlike the rest of us. These persons can be heroes, scientists, mathematicians and others one of the most known mathematicians was Albert Einstein a physicist that contributed and indefinite amount of knowledge to the world. Some would had even believe that Einstein was not human do to his outstand knowledge over physics and mathematics he introduced several theories which are the ones we now rely on over our own existence. Most importantly Einstein was one of the many scientists that contributed to what we know as the atomic bomb, a weapon of mass destruction… Living an adult life... Einstein and his early life... Albert Einstein was born on March 14th 1879 and died on April 19th 1955, In Germany. His father was recognized engineer, who founded an electric fabric. He excelled at school in the field of mathematics as created devices and models based on formulas. Einstein family moved much do the budget his father failed to reach and was forced to move city to city to find new opportunities. As Einstein grew it was at the age of sixteen where the peak of his knowledge peaked when he enrolled in the Swiss federal polytechnic where he failed to achieve certain grades in the test but scored highly in the fields of mathematics and physics. Einstein fell in love with Mileva Maric his future wife; they were two of six students in the mathematics teaching course. They married in 1903, they had Eduard and Hans but their romantic life had its end in 1919. He married Elsa Lowenthal but as time passed they moved to United States, unfortunately she was diagnosed with heart problem and died later that year. Einstein is known for his mass contribution to the field of physics, many were the theories and inventions he provided to the field but the two most recognizable ones were the atomic bomb and the theory of relativity. One must know that he didn’t alone created these but along with others such as Max Planck, Hermann Minkowski, Albert Michelson, Hendrik Lorentz, Henri Poincaré. -The atomic bomb The first atomic bomb was based on hydrogen, the most devastating of its kind. This process takes reaction making atoms collide into each other in vast quantities, the collision of these atoms were radioactive which is what makes the process extremely devastating leaving radioactive zones for thousands of years. -The theory of relativity E=MC2, basically mass plus speed equals energy released which is the formula the atomic bomb is based on. The formula is one of the two theories related with relativity while the other it lies beyond our comprehension. Jose Flores,Ricardo Hidalgo,Jose Rueda,Stephanie E., Jose Bandy
Transcript: E=mc2 is a version of Einstein's famous Relativity equation. Specifically, it means that Energy is equal to Mass times the speed of light squared. In essence, it states that there is an equivalence between mass and energy. This simple statement has many profound implications... such as no object with mass can ever go faster than the speed of light! He was visiting the United States when Adolf Hitler came to power in 1933, and did not go back to Germany, where he had been a professor at the Berlin Academy of Sciences. He settled in the U.S., becoming a citizen in 1940. On the eve of World War II, he helped alert President Franklin D. Roosevelt that Germany might be developing an atomic weapon, and recommended that the U.S. begin similar research; this eventually led to what would become the Manhattan Project. on july 15,1940 he helped alert President Franklin D. Roosevelt that Germany might be developing an atomic weapon Albert Einstein(: developed a gravitational theory in 1916. Albert Died; april 18,1955 Recieved The Nobel Prize In Phisics In, 1921. Einstein was affiliated with the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, New Jersey, june 7, 1950 Born 14 March 1879(3-14-1879) Ulm, Kingdom of Württemberg, German Empire Died 18 April 1955(4-18-1955) (aged 76) Princeton, New Jersey, United States For this achievement; Einstein is often regarded as the father of modern physics and one of the most prolific intellects in human history Einstein published more than 300 scientific papers along with over 150 non-scientific works. His great intelligence and originality have made the word "Einstein" synonymous with genius. Invented The Formula E=MC Squared Albert Was Born; march 14, 1879
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