Heinrich Rudolf Hertz German physicist, born in Hamburg on February 22, 1857 in leaving school he determined to use the profession of engineer, and in practice this decision went on to study at Munich in 1877. But soon came to the conclusion that procedure was not his vocation he abandoned it in favor of physical science, and in October 1878 began to attend lectures by Gustav Robert Kirchhoff and Hermann von Helmholtz in Berlin. In preparation for its winter of 1877-1878 spent reading up original treatises of Laplace and Lagrange on mathematics and mechanics, and to attend the course in practical physics under Pg von Jolly and JFW von Bezold, the outcome will be new for a few days of his arrival in Berlin in October 1878, he had to immerse themselves in the original research on a problem with electrical inertia. For best option premium is offered by philosophical faculty at the university, and he managed to win the paper published in 1880 with "kinetic energy into electricity in Motion." His next study "induction of the rotating Spheres," he offered in 1880 as his dissertation for his doctorate which he received the rare honor of summa cum laude.