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Hertz left the military in 1877 and moved to Munich in the hopes of continuing his studies in engineering. Hertz enrolled in the University of Munich where he studied mathematics. During his stay at the university he studied under P. G. von Jolly and F. W. von Beetz, alternating between the two during his laboratory experience.
We are his professors. Oh boy!! He really has the talent, face, and brain. Herts na Hertz!
Again and again. I left military to continue my studies in engeneering. Mathematics is also my tricks!!!
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After a year in Munich, Hertz traveled to Berlin where he worked under Hermann von Hemholtz with the interest of partaking in original research. Hertz research involved finding a solution to the Philosophical Faculty problem, which centered around electrical inertia. In 1879 he successfully solved the problem and won the Philosophical Faculty prize.
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