Sunday, March 11, 2012

MUST University School of Physics celebrates Einstein on 14th March-the date of his 133rd Anniversary

"All of science is nothing more than refinement of everyday thinking.”
- From "Physics and Reality", 1936

At MUST University, we believe that there is no comparison of your intellect and genius. When we talk about the genius, how can we not talk about Albert Einstein whose name is now synonymous with the word ‘genius’ and whose revolutionary ideas changed how we see the world today. Einstein is said to be the father of modern physics and MUST School of Physics recognize the contributions of Einstein in the world of physics on his 133rd anniversary.

Einstein received the 1921 Nobel Prize in Physics for his services to Theoretical Physics, and especially for his discovery of the law of the photoelectric effect. Albert Einstein was the finest scientist in a century conquered by science. He completed an astonishing range of theoretical physics publications, written in his spare time without any help. He published more than 300 scientific papers and more than 150 non-scientific works during his lifetime. Apart from Nobel Prize, he gained numerous awards in recognition of his work, including the Copley Medal of the Royal Society of London in 1925, and the Franklin Medal of the Franklin Institute in 1935.

If we look at the other end of the public image we find that Einstein was dropped out of schools, cut classes and failed exams too. That doesn’t prove that he was incompetent. He just found out that he was smarter than his professors and colleagues. He was definitely on a different level than his fellows and he knew it. He took some of the greatest risks and he questioned everything and became curious of everything and that’s how he achieved everything. He took nothing for granted and saw beyond the bounds of this world. Today, the practical applications of Einstein's theories include the development of the television, remote control devices, automatic door openers, lasers, DVD players and much more. He has left the world with infinite knowledge and a lesson for all of us to look out of the box and discover more.

Today, on his anniversary, MUST School of Physics recognize and honor the genius of century.