Hananish Joy G. Odarve Paul Adrien Maurice Dirac was born on 8th August, 1902, at Bristol, England. He was educated at the Merchant Venturer’s Secondary School, Bristol, and then went on to Bristol University where he studied and obtained B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering degree. He also studied mathematics for two years at Bristol University, later […]

## Archive for March, 2010

### On Paul Dirac’s Theory of Electrons and Positrons

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### Max Born’s Statistical Interpretation

Tuesday, March 2nd, 2010Liza Marie T. Dangkulos This article contains a summary of Max Born’s Nobel lecture entitled, “The statistical interpretation of quantum mechanics”. In 1926, shortly after the formulation of the Schrodinger’s equation, Max Born studied the scattering of a beam of electrons and was led to his interpretation of the wave function in the said equation. […]

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### Chip-based quantum computer using trap technique

Monday, March 1st, 2010John Paul J. Aseniero Computers today are now fundamental part of people’s lives. It is used in a lot of applications such as in business, communication, security systems, sciences and etc. Developing fast classical computer has come to its fundamental limitation and aiming this type of computer would rely on making the device smaller to […]

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