Last Updated: 09 Jun, 2022 | Views: 47
Other Profession(s): Engineer, Inventor, Physician, Mathematician
Higher Education: University of Calcutta
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About Satyendra Nath Bose
Satyendra Nath Bose was one of the most famous Indian mathematicians and physicists. He gave the concept of Bose Statistics in Quantum Physics. The Class of particles that obeys the Bose Statistics is called Bosons. And He also gave the theory of Bose Condensate, Bose gas, Photon gas, and many more. He studied Bachelor of Science mixed mathematics from Presidency College and MSc mixed mathematics from Sir Ashutosh Mukherjee. After that, he began working as a research scholar at the University of Calcutta and researched on Theory of Relativity.
• In 1921: Bose joined the University of Dhaka as a Reader (professor without chair) in the Department of Physics. He teaches advanced MSc and BSc honors courses and teaches James Clerk Maxwell's theory of electromagnetism and Thermodynamics.
• In 1924: Bose adapted the theory of Plank's quantum radiation law and wrote a short article to Albert Einstein that please recognized the importance of this theory and translated this into German and published it on behalf of Bose to the prestigious Zeitschrift für physik.
• In 1926: He Became the Head of a Department at the University of Dhaka, where he designed equipment for an X-RAY Crystallography laboratory.
• In 1937: Rabindranath Tagore wrote a book Visva-Parichay for the Satyendra Nath Bose.
• In 1995: Albert Einstein adapted the theory of Bose Condensate, a dense collection of Boson (that the particle has spin with integer multiple called Bosons).
Awards and Achievement:
• In 1954: Bose received the honor of the highest second civilian Padma Vibhusan by the Indian government.
• In 1958: Bose received the award of Fellow of the Royal Society.
• In 1957: Bose became the president and Vice president of the Indian Statistical Institute.
• In 2022: Google gave respect to the Bose by giving the center of the image to him on Google Doodle to celebrate the 98th anniversary of Bose sending the letter to the quantum formulation by German scientist Albert Einstein.