Hans Jensen becomes Visiting Professor at the University of California at La Jolla.
Hans Jensen becomes Guest Professor at Indiana University.
Hans Jensen receives the Nobel Prize in Physics for his discoveries concerning nuclear shell structure.
Hans Jensen studies Physics, Mathematics, Physical Chemistry, and Philosophy at the University of Hamburg.
Hans Jensen is appointed Ordinarius Professor at the Ruprecht Karl University of Heidelberg where he is Emeritus Professor since 1969.
Hans Jensen dies in Heidelberg.
Hans Jensen is born in Hamburg, the son of the gardener Karl Jensen.
Hans Jensen becomes Guest Professor at the University of Wisconsin–Madison.
Hans Jensen becomes Guest Professor at the California Institute of Technology.
Hans Jensen becomes Visiting Professor at the University of Minnesota.
Hans Jensen becomes assistant at the Institute for Theoretical Physics of the University of Hamburg, working with Paul Harteck, then director advisor to the Heereswaffenamt on explosives. Harteck and his assistant Wilhelm Groth contacted the Reichskriegsministerium on 24 April 1939 about the military applications of nuclear chain reactions. Military control of the German nuclear energy project, known as the Uranverein, began on 1 Sept. 1939. Jensen is brought into Uranverein by Harteck.
Hans Jensen becomes Guest Professor at the Institute for Advanced Study.
Hans Jensen obtains his doctoral degree at the University of Hamburg, supervised by Wilhelm Lenz.
Hans Jensen is named Extraordinarius Professor of Theoretical Physics at the Technische Hochschule Hannover (now University of Hanover), where he becomes Ordinarius Professor in 1946.