Reference numberEC/1925/03
TitleFowler, Sir Ralph Howard: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionDate stamp on reverse
CitationHas published work on pure mathematics, 1913-1914. Worked with Prof A V Hill on experimental gunnery, 1916-1919, making, with his colleagues, notable advances, some of which are described in three papers published by the Society. Since the war, working with partly with Prof C G Darwin, has contributed to the theory of statistical equilibrium in kinetic theory, in particular to the theory of dissociation. Recently, with Mr E A Milne, has applied the results to the discussion of stellar absorption spectra.
ProposersH Lamb; G I Taylor; L Bairstow; A Fowler; C G Darwin; P A MacMahon; A V Hill; Alex B W Kennedy; G H Hardy; G N Watson
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Fowler, Sir Ralph Howard: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA6335Fowler; Sir; Ralph Howard (1889 - 1944)1889 - 1944
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