In a paper with Pascual Jordan and Born-"Zur Quantenmechanik"- it explained that matrix algebra can be used to explain these relationships.
Werner Heisenberg first published his work on quantum mechanics in 1925. This paper was based on only observable quantities, and was an introduction to quantum mechanics.
Heisenberg developed the theory of the atomic nucleus, where he developed a model of a proton and a neutron interaction.
It was announced that Werner Heisenberg was awarded the 1932 physics prize.
Heisenberg's research was unsuccessful in producing and nuclear reactor and an atomic bomb.
As Heisenberg continued research, he proposed the Unified Field Theory.