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  1. Max Planck em 1933 Constante de Planck, Postulado de Planck, Lei de Planck: Nascimento Max Karl Ernst Ludwig Planck 23 de abril de 1858 Quiel, Eslésvico-Holsácia: Morte 4 de outubro de 1947 (89 anos) Gotinga, Baixa Saxônia: Residência Quiel, Munique: Sepultamento Cemitério Municipal de Göttingen: Nacionalidade Alemã: Cidadania

  2. Max Planck, né Max Karl Ernst Ludwig Planck le 23 avril 1858 à Kiel, dans le duché de Schleswig et mort le 4 octobre 1947 à Göttingen, en Allemagne (pendant l'occupation alliée), est un physicien allemand. Max Planck fut l'un des fondateurs de la mécanique quantique.

  3. Jun 07, 2022 · Peter Scholze, director at the Max Planck Institute for Mathematics and professor at the University of Bonn, was awarded the Pius XI Gold Medal 2020 by the Pontifical Academy of Sciences. The medal is awarded every two years to a young scientist under the age of 45, chosen for his or her exceptional promise. After Luis A. Caffarelli (1988 ...

  4. Max Planck Biographical . M ax Karl Ernst Ludwig Planck was born in Kiel, Germany, on April 23, 1858, the son of Julius Wilhelm and Emma (née Patzig) Planck. His father was Professor of Constitutional Law in the University of Kiel, and later in Göttingen.

  5. Our Institute, located in Nijmegen, is one of more than 80 research institutes that form part of the German Max Planck Society, and it is one of the few outside Germany.. The Institute is entirely devoted to psycholinguistics – the study of how we produce and understand language, and how we acquire these skills as first or second language learne

  6. The Max Planck Institute for Software Systems studies the principles of efficient, dependable, secure, and usable computing systems, as well as their interaction with the physical and social context in which they operate.

  7. High-performance computing and data analytics application support for the MPG. The MPCDF provides high-level support for the development, optimization, analysis and visualization of high-performance computing (HPC) and data analytics (HPDA) applications to Max-Planck Institutes with high-end computing needs, e.g. in astrophysics, fusion research, materials and bio sciences, polymer research ...

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