- 1. About Stephen Hawking About Stephen Hawking
- 2. Stephen William Hawking was born on 8th January 1942in Oxford, England. Stephen William Hawking was born on 8th January 1942in Oxford, England.
- 3. He began his schooling at the Byron House School in Highgate, London. He began his schooling at the Byron House School in Highgate, London.
- 4. Stephen Hawking is known at school as "Einstein", was not initially successful academically. Stephen Hawking is known at school as "Einstein", was not initially successful academically.
- 5. But after, he began to show considerable aptitude for scientific subjects. Inspired by Tahta decided to read mathematics at university. But after, he began to show considerable aptitude for scientific subjects. Inspired by Tahta decided to read mathematics at university.
- 6. Mathematics was not available at University College, Oxford. So he pursued physics instead. Mathematics was not available at University College, Oxford. So he pursued physics instead.
- 7. After three years and not very much work, he was awarded a first class honors degree in natural science. After three years and not very much work, he was awarded a first class honors degree in natural science.
- 8. Stephen arrived at the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics at the University of Cambridge to do research in cosmology. (In October 1962). Stephen arrived at the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics at the University of Cambridge to do research in cosmology. (In October 1962).
- 9. Stephen Hawking, in 1995 gaining his Ph.D. Stephen Hawking, in 1995 gaining his Ph.D.
- 10. His thesis titled 'Properties of Expanding Universes', he became, first, a research fellow then Fellow for Distinction in Science at Gonville & Caius College. His thesis titled 'Properties of Expanding Universes', he became, first, a research fellow then Fellow for Distinction in Science at Gonville & Caius College.
- 11. In 1966 he won the Adams Prize for his essay 'Singularities and the Geometry of Space-time'. In 1966 he won the Adams Prize for his essay 'Singularities and the Geometry of Space-time'.
- 12. Professor Stephen Hawking worked on the basic laws which govern the universe. Professor Stephen Hawking worked on the basic laws which govern the universe.
- 13. When he was a graduate student at Cambridge, his with Jane Wilde, a friend of his sister whom he had met shortly before his late 1963 diagnosis with motor neuron disease, were married on 14 July 1965. When he was a graduate student at Cambridge, his with Jane Wilde, a friend of his sister whom he had met shortly before his late 1963 diagnosis with motor neuron disease, were married on 14 July 1965.
- 14. The Big Bang In 1994, at Cambridge's Newton Institute, Hawking and Penrose delivered a series of six lectures that were published "The Nature of Space and Time" (in 1996) The Big Bang In 1994, at Cambridge's Newton Institute, Hawking and Penrose delivered a series of six lectures that were published "The Nature of Space and Time" (in 1996)
- 15. Stephen Hawking died at his home in Cambridge, England, on 14 March 2018. Stephen Hawking died at his home in Cambridge, England, on 14 March 2018.
- 16. Stephen Hawking’s Books Stephen Hawking’s Books •Soft Hair on Black Holes •No-boundary measure in the regime of eternal inflation •Local Observation in Eternal Inflation •Classical universes of the no-boundary quantum state •No-Boundary Measure of the Universe •Populating the landscape: A top-down approach •Information loss in black holes •Living with ghosts •Why does inflation start at the top of the hill? •Trace anomaly driven inflation •Gravitational waves in open de Sitter space •Charged and rotating AdS black holes and their CFT duals
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