Dennis Gabor Biography

June 5, 2010 by Post Team 

Dennis Gabor BiographyDennis Gabor Biography:Google doodle Today marks the 110th birthday of Hungarian Jewish British electrician Dennis Gabor, who invented holography and won the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1971.

Dennis Gabor was born on June 5, 1900 in Budapest, Hungary. In case you have noticed that today Google search holographic image placed on their behalf.

Holography is a technique that basically allow scattered light to record its image that was reproduced as the object was there when it was recorded. Mainly used in testifying movements and 3D animations.

In 1927 Dennis moved to Germany and forth for research young Halske and Siemens. Later, in 1933, fled Germany to England to work there in Thomson-Houston Company and became a British citizen. The first time I had the idea of holography and the basic technique developed through conventional filter Appling light.

Dennis found work at Imperial College London Science and Technology in 1949. He was also honored in 1958 as professor of applied physics. Dennis was retired in 1967 but remains with the Imperial College as a senior investigator. After his retirement, he moved to Italy, where they spend most of their time.

Dennis won the Nobel Prize in 1971 after he retired as professor of applied physics. He later died in London on February 8, 1979. Holography is used in Hollywood films such as The Matrix and online.

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