Ottokar Tumlirz (17 January 1856 – 4 May 1928) was an Austrian physicist. He received his education at the University of Prague, obtaining his doctorate with a thesis on the expansion of sound and light waves (1879). At Prague he worked as an assistant to Ernst Mach (1838–1916) in the institute of experimental physics. After serving as a lecturer for several years in Prague, he relocated to the University of Vienna in 1890 as an assistant to Joseph Stefan (1835–1893). During the following year he was appointed associate professor of theoretical physics at the University of Czernowitz, where in 1894 he attained the title of "full professor". From 1905 to 1925 he served as a professor at the University of Innsbruck. Following his retirement, he was succeeded at Innsbruck by Arthur March (189

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  • Ottokar Anton Alois Tumlirz, auch Tumlir, (* 17. Januar 1856 in Weipert, Böhmen; † 4. Mai 1928 in Innsbruck) war ein böhmisch-österreichischer Physiker. (de)
  • Ottokar Tumlirz (Vejprty, 17 de janeiro de 1856 — 4 de maio de 1928) foi um físico austríaco. Estudou na Universidade Carolina em Praga, onde obteve um doutorado em 1879 com uma tese sobre e expansão de ondas sonoras e luminosas, orientado por Ernst Mach. Foi depois assistente de Ernst Mach no instituto de física experimental. Após ter sido lecturer por diversos anos em Praga, foi para a Universidade de Viena em 1890, como assistente de Joseph Stefan. Durante o ano seguinte foi indicado professor associado de física teórica da Universidade de Chernivtsi, onde em 1894 tornou-se professor pleno. De 1905 a 1925 foi professor da Universidade de Innsbruck, onde aposentou-se e foi sucedido por Arthur March. Suas investigações científicas foram principalmente com assuntos relacionados à termodinâmica e ao eletromagnetismo. Foi autor de livros bem aceitos sobre teoria eletromagnética da luz e potencial elétrico: * Elektromagnetische Theorie des Lichtes, 1883; * Das Potential und seine Anwendung zu der Erklärung der elektrischen Erscheinungen, 1884. Em 1908 Tumlirz descreveu com bastante precisão experimentos que mostraram o efeito da rotação da Terra na saída da água através de uma abertura central, em um artigo com o título "New physical evidence on the axis of rotation of the earth". (pt)
  • Ottokar Tumlirz (17 January 1856 – 4 May 1928) was an Austrian physicist. He received his education at the University of Prague, obtaining his doctorate with a thesis on the expansion of sound and light waves (1879). At Prague he worked as an assistant to Ernst Mach (1838–1916) in the institute of experimental physics. After serving as a lecturer for several years in Prague, he relocated to the University of Vienna in 1890 as an assistant to Joseph Stefan (1835–1893). During the following year he was appointed associate professor of theoretical physics at the University of Czernowitz, where in 1894 he attained the title of "full professor". From 1905 to 1925 he served as a professor at the University of Innsbruck. Following his retirement, he was succeeded at Innsbruck by Arthur March (1891–1957). His scientific research largely dealt with the specifics of thermodynamics and electromagnetism. He was the author of well-regarded books on the electromagnetic theory of light and electric potential. * Elektromagnetische Theorie des Lichtes, (1883) - Electromagnetic theory of light. * Das Potential und seine Anwendung zu der Erklärung der elektrischen Erscheinungen, (1884) - Potential and its application to the explanation of electrical phenomena. In 1908 Tumlirz described careful and effective experiments which demonstrated the effect of the rotation of the Earth on the outflow of water through a central aperture, in a paper entitled "New physical evidence on the axis of rotation of the earth". (en)
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  • Ottokar Anton Alois Tumlirz, auch Tumlir, (* 17. Januar 1856 in Weipert, Böhmen; † 4. Mai 1928 in Innsbruck) war ein böhmisch-österreichischer Physiker. (de)
  • Ottokar Tumlirz (Vejprty, 17 de janeiro de 1856 — 4 de maio de 1928) foi um físico austríaco. Estudou na Universidade Carolina em Praga, onde obteve um doutorado em 1879 com uma tese sobre e expansão de ondas sonoras e luminosas, orientado por Ernst Mach. Foi depois assistente de Ernst Mach no instituto de física experimental. Após ter sido lecturer por diversos anos em Praga, foi para a Universidade de Viena em 1890, como assistente de Joseph Stefan. Durante o ano seguinte foi indicado professor associado de física teórica da Universidade de Chernivtsi, onde em 1894 tornou-se professor pleno. De 1905 a 1925 foi professor da Universidade de Innsbruck, onde aposentou-se e foi sucedido por Arthur March. (pt)
  • Ottokar Tumlirz (17 January 1856 – 4 May 1928) was an Austrian physicist. He received his education at the University of Prague, obtaining his doctorate with a thesis on the expansion of sound and light waves (1879). At Prague he worked as an assistant to Ernst Mach (1838–1916) in the institute of experimental physics. After serving as a lecturer for several years in Prague, he relocated to the University of Vienna in 1890 as an assistant to Joseph Stefan (1835–1893). During the following year he was appointed associate professor of theoretical physics at the University of Czernowitz, where in 1894 he attained the title of "full professor". From 1905 to 1925 he served as a professor at the University of Innsbruck. Following his retirement, he was succeeded at Innsbruck by Arthur March (189 (en)
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