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By Krishnaswami Alladi (auth.), Krishnaswami Alladi, John R. Klauder, Calyampudi R. Rao (eds.)

In a extraordinary medical lifestyles that had spanned over 5 many years, Alladi Ramakrishnan made major contributions to chance and facts, straightforward particle physics, cosmic rays and astrophysics, matrix idea, and the unique idea of relativity. encouraged through his stopover at to the Institute of complex examine in the course of 1957-1958, and the direct impacts of Robert Oppenheimer, Niels Bohr, Sir C.V. Raman, S. Chandrasekhar, and different outstanding contemporaries, he later based the Institute of Mathematical Sciences (MATSCIENCE) in Madras, India. within the spirit of Alladi Ramakrishnan’s profound curiosity and contributions to 3 fields of technological know-how — arithmetic, statistics, and Physics — this quantity comprises invited surveys and examine articles from favourite individuals of those groups who additionally knew Ramakrishnan in my view and vastly revered his impression in those parts of technology. old photographs, telegrams, and biographical narratives of Alladi Ramakrishnan’s illustrious profession of particular curiosity are incorporated as well.

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University of Zurich, Switzerland (Feb 1961) 25) Professor Marshall H. Stone Distinguished Service Professor, University of Chicago, USA (Apr 1961) 26) Professor Hlavaty Institute of Fluid Dynamics, Indiana, USA 27) Professor Murray Gell-Mann (Gell-Mann later won the Nobel Prize) California Institute of Technology, USA (Summer 1961) 28) Professor R. A. Dalitz University of Chicago, USA (Summer 1961) 29) Professor Sandstrom Uppsala University, Sweden (July 1961) 30) Professor Donald Glaser, Nobel Laureate University of California, Berkeley, USA (Aug 1961) 31) Dr.

1007/978-1-4419-6263-8 2, c Springer Science+Business Media, LLC 2010 11 12 K. Alladi attracted the attention of Prime Minister Nehru, who wanted to meet my father and his students. With the assistance of Mr. C. Subramaniam, the Minister for Education, such a meeting was arranged at the Raj Bhavan, the residence of the Governor of Madras. After meeting my father and his students, Nehru asked my father what he wanted. Here was the Prime Minister of India asking what you want! At such an instance, you do not ask for anything meagre.

Ramachandran G. Ramachandran K. Raman N. R. Ranganathan M. Srinivasan S. K. Srinivasan R. Thunga R. K. Umerjee R. Vasudevan K. Venkatesan V. K. Viswanathan * E. T. ) Alladi Ramakrishnan’s Theoretical Physics Seminar 15 “Ekamra Nivas”, the family home of Alladi Ramakrishnan, was the venue of the Theoretical Physics Seminar, which was the genesis of MATSCIENCE Prof. and Mrs. Alladi Ramakrishnan (seated) at a meeting in Madras of the Asian Students at which Education Minister C. Subramaniam (speaking) was the chief guest.

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