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  1. Einstein was born at Ulm in Baden-W--rttemberg, Germany, about 100 km east of Stuttgart. (Web site)
  2. Einstein was appointed as a technical expert third class.
  3. Einstein was a co-founder of the liberal German Democratic Party.
  4. Einstein was born a German citizen.
  5. Einstein was born on March 14, 1879 at Ulm in Baden-W--rttemberg, German Empire, about 100 km east of Stuttgart.

Georg Cantor

  1. Georg Cantor was born between 1809 and 1814 in Copenhagen, Denmark, and brought up in a Lutheran German mission in St. Petersburg.
  2. Georg Cantor was a German mathematician whose primary contribution to both mathematics and logic lies in the sphere of set theory.
  3. Georg Cantor was the eldest of six children.
  4. Georg Cantor was known to have said, "I see it, but I do not believe it," about one of his proofs. (Web site)
  5. Georg Cantor is a hero of mine.
  6. Georg Cantor was a German founder of set theory in the late nineteenth century, the theory on which all of mathematics would eventually be based. (Web site)

Sophie Germain

  1. Sophie Germain was an influential French mathematician who made important contributions to differential geometry and number theory.
  2. Sophie Germain was a revolutionary.
  3. Sophie Germain was born in Paris on April1,1776, the daughter of a well-to-do merchant. (Web site)
  4. Sophie Germain - a biography, with links to more carefully selected web resources and to print resources.
  5. Sophie Germain was a somewhat withdrawn child. (Web site)
  6. Sophie Germain was allowed to attend sessions at the Institut de France, the first woman with this privilege.
  7. Sophie Germain was born in an era of revolution. (Web site)
  8. Sophie Germain was born into a middle classParisian family just before the French Revolution. (Web site)
  9. Sophie Germain was born into a well-to-do Parisian family in 1776 born into a world that was still hostile to bright women. (Web site)

Niels Henrik Abel

  1. Niels Henrik Abel was born on 5 August 1802, the second child of the vicar, Søren Georg Abel, and Anne Marie Abel, whose maiden name was Simonsen.
  2. Niels Henrik Abel was an internationally known Norwegian mathematician who nearly 200 years ago made a lasting impact in the world of science.
  3. Niels Henrik Abel was a Norwegian mathematician who is most famous for having proved that fifth and higher order equations have no algebraic solution.
  4. Niels Henrik Abel was born in 1802 at the island of Finn--y (or Nedstrand) in Rogaland county, South Norway. (Web site)
  5. Niels Henrik Abel was born on August 05, 1802 in Finnøy, an island near the Norwegian town of Stavanger. (Web site)

William Rowan Hamilton

  1. William Rowan Hamilton is one of the greatest mathematicians and physicists of the 19th century.
  2. William Rowan Hamilton was born in Dublin at midnight between the 3rd and 4th of August 1805.

Felix Hausdorff

  1. Felix Hausdorff graduated from Leipzig in 1891, and then taught there until 1910 when he went to Bonn.
  2. Felix Hausdorff pflegte Separata seiner Arbeiten an einen sehr weiten Kreis von Mathematikern zu versenden.
  3. Aber Felix Hausdorff war nicht nur ein hervorragender Mathematiker, er war auch Dichter und Literat. (Web site)


  1. The father was very devout and instructed all his children thoroughly in religious affairs.
  2. A father is the male parent of a child. (Web site)
  3. The father was a broker on the St Petersburg Stock Exchange.


  1. Archimedes was killed by a Roman soldier during the sack of Syracuse.
  2. Archimedes was born in 287 BC in Syracuse, Sicily, which was a Greek colony at the time. (Web site)
  3. Archimedes was an ancient Greek mathematician, physicist, astronomer and engineer.
  4. Archimedes was killed in 212 BC by Roman soldiers during the sack of Syracuse. (Web site)

Camille Jordan

  1. The asteroid 25593 Camillejordan and Institute of Camille Jordan are named in his honour.
  2. Camille Jordan is not to be confused with the geodesist Wilhelm Jordan ( Gauss-Jordan elimination) or the physicist Pascual Jordan ( Jordan algebras).
  3. The Frenet---Serret formulas were generalized to higher dimensional Euclidean spaces by Camille Jordan in 1874. (Web site)


  1. Cauchy was strongly supported by Biot and Arago but Poisson strongly opposed him. (Web site)
  2. Cauchy was appointed referee. (Web site)
  3. Cauchy was elected but, after refusing to swear the oath, was not appointed and could not attend meetings or receive a salary. (Web site)
  4. Cauchy was one of the first mathematicians to understand the value of publishing his work, and he published extensively throughout his career.
  5. Cauchy was the first to appreciate the importance of this view, and the modern theory may be said to begin with him.

Carl Friedrich Gauss

  1. Carl Friedrich Gauss is a child prodigy math genius exploring the world using his brain. (Web site)
  2. Carl Friedrich Gauss was the first mathematician to understand the importance of unique factorization in relation to algebraic integers. (Web site)
  3. Carl Friedrich Gauss is the greatest mathematician of all ages.
  4. Carl Friedrich Gauss was born on April 17, 1777 to poor, working class parents in Brauschweig, Germany.
  5. Carl Friedrich Gauss is a former featured article.


  1. Lagrange is a founding member of a mathematical society in Italy that will eventually become the Turin Academy of Sciences.
  2. LaGrange was the home of Robert E. McKisson, a Republican politician and former mayor of Cleveland, Ohio. (Web site)
  3. Lagrange is a lunar crater that is attached to the northwestern rim of Piazzi crater. (Web site)
  4. Lagrange is one of the 72 prominent French scientists who were commemorated on plaques at the first stage of the Eiffel Tower when it first opened. (Web site)
  5. Lagrange is one of the founders of calculus of variations. (Web site)

George Boole

  1. George Boole was one of the greatest mathematicians of the 19th Century.
  2. George Boole was the founder of the modern science of mathematical logic. (Web site)
  3. George Boole was born in England in 1815. (Web site)
  4. George Boole is the unsung hero of the Information Revolution. (Web site)
  5. George Boole was a mathematician and philosopher.

Adolf Hurwitz

  1. Adolf Hurwitz was born into a Jewish family. (Web site)

Sophus Lie

  1. Sophus Lie - A short history of the life and work of Sophus Lie, whose work, Lie groups, has applications in quantum mechanics in relativity. (Web site)
  2. Sophus Lie is a musical project started back in 1996. (Web site)

Abel Prize

  1. The Abel Prize was created in 2002 to commemorate the 200th centenary of the birth of Niels Henrik Abel.
  2. The Abel Prize was established in 2001 by the government of Norway, marking the bicentenary of the birth of the Norwegian mathematician Niels Henrik Abel. (Web site)

Charles Peirce

  1. Charles Peirce was the son of Benjamin Peirce (1809-1880), America's first original mathematician, whose Linear associative algebra appeared in 1870. (Web site)

Erik Ivar Fredholm

  1. Erik Ivar Fredholm ( April 7, 1866 - August 17, 1927) was a Swedish mathematician who established the modern theory of integral equations.
  2. Biography of ivar fredholm (18661927) Erik ivar fredholm. (Web site)
  3. Fredholm kernels are named in honour of Erik Ivar Fredholm.

Alfred Clebsch

  1. He and Alfred Clebsch gave their name to Clebsch-Gordan coefficients.
  2. Rudolf Friedrich Alfred Clebsch ( K--nigsberg, 19 de janeiro de 1833 --- G--ttingen, 7 de novembro de 1872) foi um f--sico e matem--tico alem--o. (Web site)
  3. Includes Record of banding by alfred clebsch, Greenwood Avenue. (Web site)

Antoine Augustin Cournot

  1. Antoine Augustin Cournot was born in the small town of Gray (Haute-Saône).

Arthur Cayley

  1. Arthur Cayley was born on August 16, 1821, in England.His genius showed itself at an early age. (Web site)
  2. Arthur Cayley was elected to the Royal Society of London in 1852. (Web site)
  3. Arthur Cayley was one of the most prolific and important mathematicians of the Victorian era.
  4. Arthur Cayley was one of the most prolific mathematicians of the 19th century. (Web site)

August Leopold Crelle

  1. In 1825, Abel left home and traveled to Berlin, where he met August Leopold Crelle, a civil engineer and the builder of the first German railroad. (Web site)
  2. Nachdem er 1849 aus Gesundheitsgr--nden aus dem Staatsdienst gegangen war, starb August Leopold Crelle am 6.
  3. Crelles Journal, or just Crelle, is the common name for the Journal für die reine und angewandte Mathematik founded by August Leopold Crelle. (Web site)

Augustin Louis Cauchy

  1. Augustin Louis Cauchy refereed these papers, but refused to accept them for publication for reasons that still remain unclear. (Web site)
  2. Politics and religious beliefs Augustin Louis Cauchy grew up in the house of a staunch royalist.
  3. Thus the modern "Argument Principle" can be found as a theorem in an 1855 paper by Augustin Louis Cauchy.

Benjamin Gompertz

  1. Benjamin Gompertz was self educated, reading Newton and Maclaurin,since he was denied admission to universities as he was Jewish. (Web site)

Benjamin Peirce

  1. Benjamin Peirce called it "the science that draws necessary conclusions".
  2. Benjamin Peirce ( April 4, 1809 – October 6, 1880) was an American mathematician who taught at Harvard University for forty years.
  3. It is famous for the forensic use of mathematics by Benjamin Peirce as expert witness. (Web site)


  1. Betti was the first to resolve integral functions of a complex variable into their primary factors. (Web site)
  2. Betti was born near Pistoia, Tuscany, and studied physical and mathematical sciences at Pisa, where he was professor from 1856. (Web site)


  1. Bianchi was also greatly influenced by the geometrical ideas of Bernhard Riemann and by the work on transformation groups of Sophus Lie and Felix Klein. (Web site)
  2. Bianchi was employed in the U.S. automobile industry. (Web site)
  3. Bianchi was proud to have served his country in the U.S. Army, and will be greatly missed by all who knew him. (Web site)


  1. Bohr was also an excellent football player; he won a silver medal at the 1908 Summer Olympics with the Danish national football team. (Web site)
  2. Bohr was in Manchester longer than he expected since his chair was not confirmed until April 1916. (Web site)
  3. Bohr was taught mathematics at university by Thorvald Thiele . (Web site)


  1. Burnside was born in London, and attended St. John's and Pembroke Colleges at the University of Cambridge, where he was Second Wrangler in 1875. (Web site)
  2. Burnside was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society and awarded two Royal medals. (Web site)

Carl Jacobi

  1. Carl Jacobi is known as a writer of science-fiction, mystery, and fantasy materials. (Web site)
  2. Carl Jacobi was also the name of a different author, who lived in Denmark from 1874 to 1938. (Web site)

Caspar Wessel

  1. CASPAR WESSEL har hermed som den f-rste i verden fundet et tal, som giver -1, n-r man ganger det med sig selv.
  2. Caspar Wessel, 1745-1818, er f-dt i Norge, som p- den tid var underlagt det dansk-norske riges enev-ldige styre med hovedstad i K-benhavn.
  3. I 1797 indgav den dansk-norske landm-ler Caspar Wessel en enest-ende afhandling om de komplekse tal til Det Kongelige Danske Videnskabernes Selskab.


  1. Castelnuovo was born in Venice. (Web site)


  1. Christoffel was interested in the theory of invariants. (Web site)
  2. Christoffel was one of the most polished teachers ever to occupy a chair. (Web site)
  3. Christoffel was to have a huge influence on mathematics at the Polytechnicum, setting up an institute for mathematics and the natural sciences there. (Web site)
  4. Christoffel was to hold this chair until he was forced to retire due to ill health in 1892. (Web site)


  1. Crelle was a German mathematician and contruction-engineer, who gave out a lot of technical work. (Web site)
  2. Crelle was also Abel& good friend when he was in Berlin. (Web site)
  3. Crelle was told and he redoubled his efforts to obtain an appointment for Abel in Berlin. (Web site)
  4. Crelle was very much in control of the journal, and he acted as editor-in-chief for the first 52 volumes. (Web site)


  1. Dedekind was first in Cantor's list, followed by Heinrich Weber, and Franz Mertens. (Web site)
  2. Dedekind was born in Braunschweig ( Brunswick) the youngest of four children of Julius Levin Ulrich Dedekind.
  3. Dedekind was born in Brunswick, the birthplace of Gauss, and received his degree under Gauss at G--ttingen.
  4. Dedekind was elected to the Academies of Berlin (1880) and Rome, and to the Paris Académie des Sciences (1900).
  5. Dedekind was elected to the Academies of Berlin (1880) and Rome, and to the Paris Acad--mie des Sciences (1900).

Edward Kasner

  1. Edward Kasner - Edward kasner & More. (Web site)
  2. Edward Kasner Books at Alibris - Buy used, new and hard-to-find books by edward kasner.
  3. Shopping is the best place to comparison shop for Mathematics and the Imagination: - Edward Kasner Book.

Eliakim Hastings Moore

  1. There he worked under Eliakim Hastings Moore (no relation) in one of the most active centers of mathematical research in the country. (Web site)
  2. In mathematics it appointed Eliakim Hastings Moore, an American who had studied in Germany, and Osker Bolza and Heinrich Maschke, both imported from Germany. (Web site)

Elwin Bruno Christoffel

  1. Biography of elwin christoffel (18291900) elwin Bruno christoffel. (Web site)
  2. Elwin Bruno Christoffel f--ddes i Montjoie (numera Monschau), i n--rheten av Aacheni Tyskland, den 10 november --r 1829. (Web site)

Elwin Christoffel

  1. Elwin Christoffel was noted for his work in mathematical analysis, in which he was a follower of Dirichlet and Riemann. (Web site)
  2. Elwin Christoffel was noted for his work in mathematicalanalysis, in which he was a follower of Dirichlet and Riemann. (Web site)

Emmy Noether

  1. Emmy Noether is one of the most significant female mathematicians in history.
  2. Emmy Noether : a tribute to her life and work.
  3. Emmy Noether was a catalyst, actively influencing those around her. (Web site)
  4. Emmy Noether was a gentle, low-key lady -- on fire only with the flights of her imagination. (Web site)
  5. Emmy Noether was a popular teacher with the students. (Web site)

Enrico Betti

  1. Riemann’s visits to Italy were important for the growth of modern mathematics there; Enrico Betti in particular took up the study of Riemannian ideas. (Web site)
  2. Translate this page enrico betti 1823-1892. (Web site)

Ernest William Barnes

  1. Ernest William Barnes was the eldest of four sons of John StarkieBarnes and Jane Elizabeth Kerry, both elementary school headteachers.
  2. Ernest William Barnes was the eldest of four sons of John Starkie Barnes and Jane Elizabeth Kerry, both elementary school head-teachers. (Web site)
  3. Ernest William Barnes was the eldest of four sons of John Starkie Barnes and Jane Elizabeth Kerry, both elementary school headteachers. (Web site)

Esteban Terradas

  1. Esteban Terradas i Illa (born Barcelona, 15 September 1883; died Madrid, 9 May 1950) was a Spanish mathematician, scientist and engineer.
  2. February 28 - Barcelona ( Spain): Albert Einstein visits the city, at the invitation of scientist Esteban Terradas i Illa.
  3. Esteban Terradas i Illa (born Barcelona, 15 September 1883; died Madrid, 9 May 1950) was a Catalan mathematician, scientist and engineer. (Web site)

Eugenio Beltrami

  1. Eugenio Beltrami was an Italian mathematician who played an important role in improving our understanding of non-Euclidean geometry. (Web site)

Felix Klein

  1. Felix Klein was born in Dusseldorf in 1849. (Web site)

Franz Mertens

  1. Franz Mertens was a Polish-born mathematician who made contributions to a wide variety of areas.

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