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ஜூன்-5.Today (June 5, 1900) is the birthday of Dennis Gabor, the Nobel laureate of physics for the discovery of three-dimensional holography.





Today (June 5, 1900) is the birthday of Dennis Gabor, the Nobel laureate of physics for the discovery of three-dimensional holography.

Dennis Gabor was born on June 5, 1900, in a Jewish family in Budapest, Hungary. In 1918, his family converted to Lutheranism. He was the first son to his parents. He grew up a believer and later called himself an atheist. During World War I, he served in the Northern Artillery in Northern Italy. From 1918 he studied electrical engineering at the University of Budapest Technology and the Charlottenburg Technical University in Berlin. He started his work after studying. Cathode investigated the properties of high voltage bars using radiographic oscillography. Thereby, his interest in electron optics returned. He also actively researched oscillograph, electron microscope and TV ray tubes. He graduated in 1927 with a doctorate.


He left Nazi Germany as a danger. British Thompson moved to England in 1933 to accept the invitation to work in the development industry of Houston. He married the English woman Marjorie in 1936 and became a British citizen in 1946. Holographic photography was discovered in 1947. But it was only after the invention of the laser in 1960 that it was released and put into commercial use. Holography is a technology that records the light emitted from an object in its different image types and displays the motion of the object in 3D. This technology has been used in many famous Hollywood films.

From 1946 to 1951, he published his research results in a series of research articles titled Time Re-Holography. In 1948, he joined the Imperial College London as a professor of physics. In 1963 he published Inventing the Future Model. As research into lasers progressed, holographic three-dimensional adhesives were made into circulation. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1971 for his discovery of three-dimensional holography. Dennis Gabor, who won the Nobel Prize in Physics, left the world on February 8, 1979, in his 78th year, in London, England.
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Information: Ramesh, Assistant Professor of Physics, Nehru Memorial College, Puthanampatti, Trichy.

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