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Abraham, Max

Born: 1875 AD
Died: 1922 AD
Nationality: German
Categories: Physicists

1875 – He was born on the 26th of March in Danzig, Germany.

1897 – He studied under Max Planck and he graduated.

1900 – He worked as Planck’s assistant.

        – He worked at Gottingen as a privatdozent, an unpaid lecturing position for nine years.

1902 – He developed his theory of the electron.

1909 – He travelled to the United States to accept a position at the University of Illinois.

       – He was later invited to Italy  by Tullio Levi-Civita, and found work as the professor of
           rational mechanics at the University of Milan, for five years.

1921 – He worked at Stuttgart as the professor of physics at Technische Hochschule.

       – He accepted the position of chair in Aachem before he started his work there he was
           diagnosed with a brain tumor.

1922 – He died on the 16th of November in Munich, Germany.