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Category: Famous Mathematicians
Manava the Indian author was the first Vedic priest to work on the text of one of the Sulba Sutras and introduced the approximate value of π.
Amalie Emmy Noether was a German mathematician and in her short time, Emmy converted to the face of physics. Emmy Noether has made many important benefactions to abstract algebra. as well. Time and Place of
Baron Jean-Baptiste-Joseph Fourier (1768-1830) was also known as a Fourier transformer, Egyptologist, and Administrator. Fourier was a French mathematician, and also a physicist. His major influence was on The Analytical Theory of Heat in 1822.
Percival Lowell: American Astronomer (1855-1916) Percival Lawrence Lowell was an American astronomer, businessman, mathematician, and also author. In Lowell’s lifetime, his theories were kept skeptical. Lowell no doubt made several discoveries but with that, he
Evariste Galois a radical republican, a French mathematician, and also a political activist. Evariste Galois was revolutionary in two fields, politics and mathematics, but tragically at the very young age of 20, he died. Time
Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz was a German polymath rationalist philosopher, mathematician, diplomat, and scientist. Leibniz was well-known for the history of mathematics and the history of philosophy. He was known for the last universal genius and
Julia Hall Bowman Robinson was known for her work in decision problems, and especially for Hilbert’s tenth problem. Julia Robinson was also an American mathematician. Time and Place of birth Julia Hall Bowman Robinson was
Martin Gardner was a popular American mathematician and also a popular writer in science. He was a skeptic, a mathematician, a mysterious, and also a magician. Martin turned out to be a great inspiration to
John von Neumann (1903-1957) John von Neumann was a Hungarian-American scientific personality. He was a very famous scientist, mathematician, computer scientist, physicist, polymath, and engineer. Neumann gave significant contributions to almost every field he entered
Paul Joseph Cohen (1934-2007) Paul Joseph Cohen was a famous mathematician of modern times. He was an American. Like all the Jewish background families of America, he too had an immigrant past. Paul’s family is
Giuseppe Peano was a renowned Italian mathematician. Giuseppe was the founder of mathematical logic and set theory. Giuseppe was a professor of mathematics at the University of Turin. Giuseppe was the founder of Latino sine