In 1926 Erwin Schrodinger expained the movement of electrons in an atom. He concluded that it was a wave of motion. He called this idea Wave Mechanics. His discovery was the first to explain the movement of electrons with visuals, and the second to explain the idea. In 1927, Erwin started workings a professor at the University of Berlin. But, he decided to leave in 1933 because of the Holocaust situation. That same year his friend, Paul Adrian and he won the Nobel Prize in physics. They won this because they discovered new forms of the Atomic theory. Then, in 1940, he was brought over to Ireland where he helped establish the Institute of Advanced Studies. After it was finished he became the director of the school for theoretical physics. In 1944, Erwin wrote the book What is Life?. It was about the problems of genetics.