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'''Gustav Jaumann''' ([[Caransebeş]], {{dtlink|lang=br|18|4|1863}} — {{dtlink|lang=br|21|7|1924}}) foi um [[Física|físico]] [[ÁustriaAustríacos|austríaco]].<ref>Müller (2007), nota de rodapé, página 75.</ref>
Müller (2007), nota de rodapé, página 75.</ref>
An assistant to the physicist [[Ernst Mach]], he was gifted in mathematics and an opponent of the reality of small particles like [[electron]]s and [[atom]]s.<ref>Blackmore (2001), page 23</ref> Between 1901 and 1924 he taught physics
at the [[:de:Deutsche Technische Hochschule Brünn|German Technical University]]
in [[Brno]].<ref>Teachers ..., page 9</ref>
==Remembered for==
* '''Corotational derivative''' expresses the stress tensor in a rotating body.<ref>
Han-Chin Wu (2005) "''Continuum Mechanics and Plasticity''" in: David Gao and Ray W. Ogden (Eds.); ''CRC Series: Modern Mechanics and Mathematics''; Chapman & Hall / CRC, Boca Raton, U.S.A.; 2005; 676 pp. {ISBN 1-58488-363-4} — pages 170ff., 172ff.</ref>
* Jaumann was offered a professorship at [[Prague University]] in 1911, but refused the position. The candidate who was the faculty's first choice, [[Albert Einstein]], would accept the offer after it was turned down by Jaumann, who is alleged to have said in an unsubstantiated quotation from Philipp Frank: "If Einstein has been proposed as the first choice because of the belief that he has greater achievements to his credit, then I will have nothing to do with a university that chases after modernity and does not appreciate merit."<ref name="isaacson">Isaacson (2007), page 163</ref> The actual reason is alleged by the Austrian Minister of Education in his official report to the Emperor, Franz Josef, seems to have been about money. The beleaguered situation of Germans in Prague at the tine about which Jaumann was familiar with may also have been a factor in declining the post. Jaumann was apparently the candidate preferred by the Austro-Hungrarian ministry presumably because he was Austrian and not a foreigner. Einstein, under the impression he would not receive the job, however, blamed his "Semitic origin [that] the ministry did not approve [of]".<ref name="isaacson"/>
*Blackmore J. T., Itagaki R., Tanaka S. (2001), ''Ernst Mach's Vienna 1895-1930: Or Phenomenalism as Philosophy of Science'' (Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science) [[Springer Science+Business Media|Springer Verlag]], ISBN 978-0-7923-7122-9. Disponível em [,M1 Google Books].
*[[Walter Isaacson|Isaacson W.]] (2007) ''Einstein'', Simon and Schuster, ISBN 978-0-7432-6473-0.
*Müller, I., (2007) ''A History of Thermodynamics: The Doctrine of Energy and Entropy'', [[Springer Science+Business Media|Springer Verlag]], ISBN 978-3-540-46226-2. Nota de rodapé página 75. Disponível em [ Google Books].
*[ Teachers of physics and chemistry at the German Technical University in Brno].
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