Erwin Schrodinger was born in Erdberg, Vienna on August-12-1887 to Rudolf Schrodinger and Georgine Emilia Brenda Schrodinger. He was the only child. His Mother was half Austrian and half English, so he had an opportunity to learn English from his Grandmother, as the schools in Austria taught in Austrian and German.
As a young boy, he was more driven into German Poetry equally to his love of Physics. He was highly influenced by the works of Arthur Schopenhauer which resulted in his lifelong interest in color theory and Philosophy.
He had the opportunity to learn from renowned Physics scholars and teachers, which lead in to choose a career in Physics. All his life he tried to understand the function of matter and the nature of the universe and tried to create a successful unified field theory.
Erwin Schrodinger hated the Catholic approach and referred to himself as an atheist. But his attention to Easter Religions and Pantheism reflected much in his works in science and philosophy.
He was against the Nazi party and their antisemitism. Erwin Schrodinger thought Science is the only way to approach the meaning of life as we know it. This is reflected In his books What is Life? And Mind and Matter.
He was awarded The Nobel Prize in Physics in 1933, for his works in Quantum Mechanics which he shared with Paul Dirac.
He died on January-4-1961 at the age of 73, throughout his life he held various positions in Respectable Universities and Science Societies. His Life and Works inspired a vast majority of students to pursue science and technology and be a fundamental reference for scholars of various fields, leading to innovation in their works.