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Satyendranath Bose, Indian physicist Featured Print

Satyendranath Bose, Indian physicist

Satyendra Nath Bose (1894-1974), Indian physicist and mathematician. Bose was educated and worked in India. His work ranged over many aspects of physics, among them unified field theory, statistical mechanics, theories of X-ray crystallography and the ionosphere. He is best known for his work in quantum statistics. In 1924 he travelled to Europe, meeting some of the leading physicists of the day such as de Broglie, Born and Einstein. Einstein extended Bose's work to create a general statistics of quantum systems. This is known as Bose-Einstein statistics and deals with particles with an integral spin (called bosons after Bose)


Alan Turing, British mathematician Featured Print

Alan Turing, British mathematician

Alan Turing. Caricature of the British mathematician Alan Turing (1912-54). In 1937 Turing described a theoretical computer (a Turing machine) in rigorous mathematical terms, formalising the previously vague concept of computability. During the Second World War he worked as a code breaker at Bletchley Park, Britain's codebreaking centre. In 1939-40 Turing and Cambridge mathematician, Gordon Welchman, designed the British Bombe, which could break any Enigma-enciphered message. In later years he worked on Artificial Intelligence, devising the Turing test to decide whether a computer can be thought of as truly intelligent'. Turing committed suicide when prosecuted for his homosexuality, a criminal offence at the time


Portrait of Augusta Ada Byron (1815-52) Countess of Lovelace (oil on canvas) (b/w photo) Featured Print

Portrait of Augusta Ada Byron (1815-52) Countess of Lovelace (oil on canvas) (b/w photo)

XJF150850 Portrait of Augusta Ada Byron (1815-52) Countess of Lovelace (oil on canvas) (b/w photo) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; ( Ada Lovelace lived at Ockham Park. Only legitimate child of George Gordon, Lord Byron. She was a genius for math from an early age and met Charles Babbage in 1833. She became interested in a model he had constructed of a mechanical device to compute values of quadratic functions, the Difference Engine. Ada translated an article by an Italian engineer Manabrea on Babbagea€™s Analytical Engine and added notes of her own which showed how the Analytical Engine would work including a set of instructions for using the Engine to calculate Bernoulli numbers. In 1835 Ada married William King, later the first Earl of Lovelace); English, out of copyright

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