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  Max Planck - MSN Encarta
Max Karl Ernst Ludwig Planck was born in Kiel on April 23, 1858, and educated at the universities of Munich and Berlin.
Planck's law states that the energy of each quantum is equal to the frequency of the radiation multiplied by the universal constant.
Planck's discoveries, which were later verified by other scientists, were the basis of an entirely new field of physics, known as quantum mechanics, and provided a foundation for research in such fields as atomic energy.
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 Max Planck Society - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Max Planck Institutes operate independently from, though in close cooperation with, the universities, and focus on innovative research which does not fit into the university structure due to their interdisciplinary or transdisciplinary nature or which require resources that cannot be met by the state universities.
The Max Planck Society was founded in Göttingen after World War II in 1948 as the successor organization to the Prussian Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gesellschaft, which was established in 1911 as a non-governmental research organization named for the then German emperor.
Max Planck Institute for Ornithology, Andechs-Erling (Biological Rhythms and Behaviour), Radolfzell, Seewiesen (Reproductive Biology and Behaviour)[1]
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Max_Planck_Society   (945 words)

 Max Planck   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Max Karl Ernst Ludwig Planck was born on April 23, 1858, in Kiel, Germany, the sixth child of a distinguished jurist and professor of law at the University of Kiel.
Planck was particularly attracted to the formula found in 1896 by his colleague Wilhelm Wien at the Physikalisch-Technische Reichsanstalt (PTR) in Berlin-Charlottenburg, and he subsequently made a series of attempts to derive "Wien's law" on the basis of the second law of thermodynamics.
Planck became permanent secretary of the mathematics and physics sections of the Prussian Academy of Sciences in 1912 and held that position until 1938; he was also president of the Kaiser Wilhelm Society (now the Max Planck Society) from 1930 to 1937.
www.excel-tech.com /david/mplanck.htm   (2267 words)

 Max Planck
Planck was deeply impressed by the law of conservation of energy and he became convinced that the second law of termodynamics was an absolute law of nature.
Planck based his doctoral dissertation on the second law of thermodynamics and in July 1879, at the young age of 21 he received his doctoral degree.
Planck was very reluctant to introduce his revolutionary idea on the quantisation of energy, and only by being forced by pure logic did he do so.
www.crystalinks.com /planck.html   (792 words)

 The Free Information Society - Max Planck Biography
Max Planck was born on April 23, 1858 in Kiel, Germany.
Max received his philosophy doctorate at the University of Munich in 1879 and took up a position there as Privatdozent until 1885, when he was made Associate Professor of Theoretical Physics at Kiel.
Max was married twice, once to a childhood friend named Marie Merck, who died in 1909, and second to her cousing Marga von Hosslin.
www.freeinfosociety.com /site.php?postnum=129   (372 words)

 Max Planck Gesellschaft
Planck, who was awarded the 1918 Nobel Prize in Physics for his 1900 discovery, became the president of the Kaiser Wilhelm Society (1930-1937), the prestigious and influential organization established in 1911 by the German government and industry for the promotion of research.
The Max Planck Society should undertake, together with institutions providing care to Holocaust survivors, a study of the impact of the Holocaust and the trauma of experimentation and scientific abuse on the surviving victims.
Max Planck, having come from a family of theologians would have probably been acquainted with the source of the title of this journal (If Not Now an e-journal) which is taken from The Ethics of the Fathers by the great sage Hillel.
www.doew.at /thema/planck/planck1.html   (4530 words)

 BookRags: Max Planck Biography
Planck's tenure at Münich was interrupted by illness in 1875.
Planck's suggestion was that the heat energy radiated by a fl body be thought of as a stream of "energy bundles," the magnitude of which is a function of the wavelength of the radiation.
Planck's own prestige allowed him to speak out against the rise of Nazism in Germany in the 1930s, but his enemies eventually managed to have him removed from his position at the Max Planck Society in 1937.
www.bookrags.com /biography/max-planck-woc   (1905 words)

 Max Planck - Biography
Max Karl Ernst Ludwig Planck was born in Kiel, Germany, on April 23, 1858, the son of Julius Wilhelm and Emma (née Patzig) Planck.
Planck was able to deduce the relationship between the ener gy and the frequency of radiation.
Planck faced a troubled and tragic period in his life during the period of the Nazi government in Germany, when he felt it his duty to remain in his country but was openly opposed to some of the Government's policies, particularly as regards the persecuti on of the Jews.
nobelprize.org /nobel_prizes/physics/laureates/1918/planck-bio.html   (699 words)

 Contact/Imprint - Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics
The Max Planck Society is registered in the register of societies at the district council in Berlin-Charlottenburg.
The Max Planck Society is officially represented by its Board of Directors, which in turn is represented by the President of the Society, Professor Peter Gruss, and by the Secretary General, Dr. Barbara Bludau.
All of the institutes and facilities of the Max Planck Society are relatively autonomous as far as organization and research are concerned, but the institutions and facilities have no legal capacity of their own.
www.molgen.mpg.de /contact.html   (594 words)

 Cosmic Baseball Association-Max Planck   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Max Karl Ernst Ludwig Planck born, raised, and educated in Germany, is one of the founders of modern science.
Underlying Quantum Mechanics is the theory that Planck posited and then verified that states: energy is not a smooth flowing continuum, but rather, it is manifested by the emission from radiating bodies of discrete particles called quanta.
Planck's initial theory and the work carried on by other physicists, such as Niels Bohr and Paul Dirac, basically redefined the nature of physics.
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 MAX PLANCK   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Constructed the Planck distribution for fl body radiation, 1900, and derived the distribution on the basis on the quantum hypothesis that the energies of the radiating oscillators were quantized.
Introduced the Planck constant h and the Boltzmann constant k, wrote Boltzmann's relation between the entropy and statistical weights in the modern form S = k lnW for the first time.
Planck later considered philosophical questions in physics and was a statesman of science.
theory1.physics.wisc.edu /~ldurand/715html/courseinfo/biographies/planck.html   (159 words)

 IBM News - 2005-06-18 Max Planck Society deploys IBM Supercomputer for Advanced Nanotech and Environmental Research ...
IBM today announced that The Max Planck Society will use a cutting-edge IBM supercomputing system to double its computing power, allowing research and experiments which before were not possible.
The system is based on 86 units of IBM's newly announced IBM eServer p5 575 systems and will bring the Max Planck Society's supercomputing power to over 10 Teraflops, doubling their existing installed pSeries compute power.
At the Max Planck Institute for Metals Research in Stuttgart, Germany, simulations of biomolecules-nanotube-systems will be run, to model and design bio and biomedical sensors for future applications.
www.ibm.com /news/be/en/2005/06/08.html   (604 words)

 Planck, Max - HighBeam Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Seeking to explain the experimental spectrum (distribution of electromagnetic energy according to wavelength) of fl body radiation, he introduced the hypothesis (1900) that oscillating atoms absorb and emit energy only in discrete bundles (called quanta) instead of continuously, as assumed in classical physics.
He was professor at the Univ. of Berlin (1889-1928) and president (1930-35) of the Kaiser Wilhelm Society for the Advancement of Science, Berlin, which after World War II was reconstituted as part of the Max Planck Institutes.
IGEN to Collaborate in Germany with New Max Planck Institute.
www.encyclopedia.com /html/p/planck-m1.asp   (392 words)

 BookRags: Max Carl Ernst Planck Biography
Planck was born in Kiel, Germany, on April 23, 1858, into a famous family that included scholars, lawyers, and public servants.
Planck assumed that energy did not exist as a continuous variable that could take on any value at all, but as a flow of discrete packages, to which he gave the name quanta.
Planck remained active and creative until he was almost 90.
www.bookrags.com /biography/max-carl-ernst-planck-wsd   (935 words)

 Evaluation of Usage and Acceptance of Electronic Journals: Results of an Electronic Survey of Max Planck Society ...
Within the Max Planck Society, the German basic research organization similar to an academy of the sciences, a survey of researchers' use and acceptance of electronic journals was carried out from April 15-May 15, 1999.
The Max Planck Society encompasses 84 research Institutes of varying sizes plus several additional Working Groups and Research Centers devoted to research in virtually all disciplines ranging from various aspects of physics, chemistry, mathematics and computer science, biological and biomedical sciences, to varied areas of the humanities and social sciences.
Max Planck Institutes in the humanities section criticized the content offerings of ScienceDirect in that only very few of the journals suited their research needs and they appealed for a greater spectrum of selection.
www.dlib.org /dlib/october99/rusch-feja/10rusch-feja-full-report.html   (7985 words)

 muenchen.de - Max Planck Society   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
The Max Planck Society is a non-profit organisation under private law in the form of a registered association.
The society's main task is to conduct basic research in the sciences and arts and humanities with the objective of supplementing research carried out by the universities.
The Max Planck Society was founded in 1948 to succeed the Kaiser Wilhelm Society, which was founded in 1911.
www.muenchen.de /Stadtleben/Education_Employment/Research/82984/02amaxplanck.html   (276 words)

 Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research
The Max Planck Society is officially represented by its Board of Directors, which in turn is represented by the President of the Society, Prof.
The Max Planck Society is a non-profit research organisation, which is organised as a registered society.
All of the institutes und facilities of the Max Planck Society are relatively autonomous as far as organisation and research are concerned, but the institutions and facilities have no legal capacity of their own.
www.mps.mpg.de /en/impressum.html   (539 words)

 Max Planck Society (Internet) | Infopark AG
The Max Planck Society for the Advancement of Science (MPG), one of the leading societies of research worldwide, extended its CMS license campuswide.
The research institutes of the Max Planck Society perform basic research in the interest of the general public in the natural sciences, life sciences, social sciences, and the humanities.
Presently the Society is maintaining 78 institutes of research, in which more than 12.000 employees as well as 10.000 doctorands, postgraduates, guest scientists, and student assistants are operating.
www.infopark.de /references/education/maxplanck.html   (401 words)

 Max Planck researchers win part of Descartes Research Prize 2005
Max Planck scientists played a major role in two of the winning projects: "PULSE -- European Pulsar Research" (Max Planck Institute for Radioastronomy) and "CECA - Climate and Environmental Change in the Arctic" (Max Planck Institute for Meteorology).
German Max Planck Institutes were involved in two of the winning five.
Nicolo D'amico, INAF Osservatorio Astronomico di Cagliari (Italy), Dr. Axel Jessner, Max Planck Institute for Radioastronomy (Germany), Dr. Ben Stappers, ASTRON (Netherlands) and Prof.
www.eurekalert.org /pub_releases/2005-12/m-mpr120805.php   (1425 words)

 Profile: The Max Planck Society and BIOSIS: Basic Research that Pushes the Boundaries of Science - Thomson Scientific
Research at the Max Planck Society aims at providing institutions throughout Germany, and the world, with the ground-breaking research that will set the stage for future developments in every field of learning possible – the life sciences, economics, law, the social sciences, and others.
The Society’s use of BIOSIS Previews is hardly surprising – both stress multi-disciplinary research, both focus on fundamental and experimental research in new areas of science.
However, since a goal of the Max Planck Society is to foster multi-disciplinary research, we wanted, for instance, the biologists to be able to follow interesting developments in physics and vice versa.
scientific.thomson.com /news/biosis-newsletter/8228279/8228282   (746 words)

 Shofar FTP Archives: orgs/german/max-planck-institut/rudolf-dismissal.01
The Max Planck Society has reached an out of court settlement with a former graduate student whom it sacked last summer for producing research which "proved" that gassing of prisoners at Auschwitz never happened.
The affair has left the Max Planck Society, which runs dozens of prestigious research institutes across Germany, angry that its name has been tarred by association with the holocaust denial movement, and Rudolf bitter that he gets no compensation and has little chance of finding another job.
Using Max Planck stationary, he sent the samples to an analytical laboratory in Taunusstein, the Fresenius Institute.
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 Spring 2006 Center for History of Physics Newsletter
The Max Planck Society for the Advancement of Science (MPS) is probably one of the most well known German scientific research organizations.
The Archives for the History of the Max Planck Society started their work thirty years ago in the former Kaiser Wilhelm/Max Planck Institute (KWI/MPI) for Cell Physiology in Berlin Dahlem, which was part of West Berlin at the time.
The Archives for the History of the Max Planck Society at Berlin-Dahlem, in the building of the former Kaiser Wilhelm Institute/Max-Planck Institute for Cell Physiology, with the former Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Physics behind.
www.aip.org /history/newsletter/spring2006/archives-maxplanck.htm   (1156 words)

 Max Planck Society - News
Max Planck researchers channel microcapsules into tumour cells and release their contents using a laser impulse [more]
Max Planck researchers uncover the survival strategy of microorganisms responsible for the world-wide emission of methane from rice paddies [more]
Here are the English press releases stemming from the Max Planck Society and its Institutes.
www.mpg.de /english/contemporaryIssues/news/index.html   (248 words)

 Bayer CropScience, Max Planck Society, Monsanto Company Resolve Agrobacterium Patent Dispute
Bayer CropScience, Max Planck's exclusive licensee, and Monsanto will provide each other, in selected areas of the world, non-exclusive licenses related to the development, use and sale of transgenic crops.
This agreement enables their respective agricultural innovations to reach consumers and farmers without hindrance." Bayer CropScience, a subsidiary of Bayer AG with annual sales of about EUR 5.8 billion (2003), is one of the world's leading innovative crop science companies in the areas of crop protection, non-agricultural pest control, seeds and plant biotechnology.
Max Planck Society for the Advancement of Science, one of Germany's largest non-profit research organizations, comprises 78 individual institutes, each of which conducts research in areas of the natural sciences and the humanities.
www.prnewswire.com /cgi-bin/stories.pl?ACCT=104&STORY=/www/story/02-04-2005/0002950840&EDATE=   (331 words)

 Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics, Potsdam - Imprint
Below is the information required by law about the Internet website of the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics (Albert Einstein Institute), (http//www.aei.mpg.de) as well as other important legal details.
The Max-Planck-Gesellschaft is registered in the register of societies at the district council in Berlin-Charlottenburg.
The editor responsible for the content of the website of the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics (Albert Einstein Institute) is Elke Müller.
www.aei.mpg.de /english/metanavi/imprint/index.html   (204 words)

 The eDoc-Server Project: building an institutional repository for the Max Planck Society
The Max Planck Society is currently organized in 80 institutes all dedicated to basic research in their field.
This decision led to the fast adoption and integration of the eDoc-Server into the official reporting channel between Institutes and Society headquarters and made it possible for the server to be used by literally all institutes for the management of their bibliographical records for reports.
The eDoc Archival scenario is currently widely applied by all institutes of the Max Planck Society, in particular because of its function to collect the data for the official Max Planck Annual Report.
library.cern.ch /HEPLW/9/papers/4   (5295 words)

 MaineScience - Quest - News
The institute's mission is to connect the fields of developmental biology and immunobiology.
With 81 institutes, more than 11,000 employees and more than 7,500 independent and visiting scientists, the Max Planck Society is one of the leading organizations for basic research in Europe.
More information on the Max Planck Institute of Immunobiology and on the Max Planck Society are available online.
www.state.me.us /mstf/htdocs/news/2002/11q_knowles.html   (268 words)

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