Photographed by g. Paul Bishop, '54
© 1954-2017 GPB-P
1919 - 2005
Mathematical Physicist and Cosmologist
Professor of Mathematics
KING'S COLLEGE LONDON
List of Additional Links
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
physicist and astronomer, born in Vienna (1919). He studied at
Cambridge, where he held academic posts (1945-54) after working
for the British Admiralty during World War II. He was appointed
professor of mathematics at King's College, London (1954),
director-general of the European Space Research Organization
(1967-71), chief scientist, Department of Energy (1977-80),
Chairman of the Natural Environment Research Council (1980-84).
and Master of Churchill College, Cambridge, from 1983. He is
best known as one of the originators of the steady-state theory
of the universe.
"Hermann Bondi." biography.com.
--- All material is copyright protected ---