Peter Gara graduated from Budapest University of Technology and Economics, MSc 1973, research fellow 1977, doctorate 1982. Dr. Gara speaks several languages including Hungarian (native), English, German, French.
Dr. Gara has been teaching a broad range of subjects for several decades and uses numerical mathematics and computing on a daily basis. Both quantum mechanics and astronomy has been the focus of his interest since his undergraduate years. His point briefly proposes a novel approach and a striking connection between the above fields by the comparison of the atomic scale particles of quantum mechanics with the titanic “particles”, namely, the stars of our universe. The present book was born to encourage his learned colleagues to take it to pieces.

Peter Gara
Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary, Budapest, Műegyetem
Peter Gara graduated from Budapest University of Technology and Economics, MSc 1973, research fellow 1977, doctorate 1982. Dr. Gara speaks several languages including Hungarian (native), English, German, French. Dr. Gara has been teaching a broad range of subjects for several decades and uses numerical mathematics and computing on a daily basis. Both quantum mechanics and astronomy has been the focus of his interest since his undergraduate years. His point briefly proposes a novel approach and a striking connection between the above fields by the comparison of the atomic scale particles of quantum mechanics with the titanic “particles”, namely, the stars of our universe. The present book was born to encourage his learned colleagues to take it to pieces.

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