There are a lot of Mathematicians round the globe. From the BC to AD many great mathematicians were born and did a lot of mathematical inventions and discoveries that just didn’t help in the development of their own country but also other parts of the world.

## Indian Mathematicians

**Shakuntala Devi**

She the lady genius of Mathematics. She broke many records in mathematics. She is also called as the human-computer. Not only in India but she is also appreciated for her works throughout the globe. Read here to know more details about Shakuntala Devi.

**Aryabhatta**

He is from the first few greatest mathematicians from India. By the age of 23, he has written two books. Āryabhaṭīya and Arya-Siddhanta are among the two books that he has written. We have specifically written an article for Aryabhatta.

**Bhaskara**

He was one of the best mathematicians from the 12th century.

He was born in Bijapur in Karnataka.

**Srinivas Ramanujan**

He is called the man who knew the infinity. In his childhood itself, he has read and solved many mathematical problems. He won many awards in his school. Students used to come to his home to learn maths. Eventually, when he grew up older he went to foreign countries and worked with many mathematicians like G H Hardy. He has even written many mathematical books which people still worth.

Here are more details about Srinivas Ramanujam.

English Mathematician

Isaac Newton, George Boole, Stephen Hawking

French Mathematician

Pierre de Fermat, Pierre-Simon Laplace

German Mathematician

Carl Friedrich Gauss, David Hilbert, Bernhard Riemann, Georg Cantor

Greek Mathematician

- Euclid.
- Pythagoras. …
- Archimedes. …
- Thales of Miletus. …
- Aristotle
- Diophantus
- Eratosthenes
- Hipparchus

Italian Mathematician

Luca Pacioli

Persian Mathematician

Omar Khayyam, Muhammad ibn Musa al-Khwarizmi

Russian Mathematician

Grigori Perelman,

Scottish Mathematician

John Napier

Swiss Mathematician

**Swiss** or **Switzerland**, is a **country** located in Southern Europe. **Switzerland** is surrounded by Italy France Germany Austria and Liechtenstein. Many Great Mathematicians were born here during the 15th to 20th centuries.

Here is the list of few great Mathematicians who were born in Swiss:

Johann Bernoulli

Here is the list of Mathematical concepts which were derived by Swiss Mathematicians:

Infinitesimal calculus

**Johann Bernoulli** was a Swiss mathematician. He was born on 27 July 1667 and died on 1 January 1748 He belonged to the family of Bernoulli. He is famous for his works on infinitesimal calculus.

**Daniel Bernoulli** was a Swiss Mathematician and Physicist. He was born on 29 January 1700 and died on 17 March 1782. Just like Johann Bernoulli he too belonged to the family of Bernoulli.

He is famous for his works on probability and statistics. He is also famous for applying mathematical concepts in physics.

**Jacob Bernoulli **was a Swiss Mathematician. He was born on 6 January 1655 and died on 16 August 1705 Just like Johann Bernoulli and Daniel Bernoulli he too was from the Bernoulli family.

He is famous for his works on calculus. He discovered the fundamental mathematical constant e. He is called the founders of the calculus of variations.

Just like Daniel Bernoulli, He too contributed in the field of probability. He was the one who derived the first version of the law of large numbers.

Few of his famous contributions in the field of mathematics are:

- Lemniscate of Bernoulli
- Hidden Bernoulli model
- Bernoulli’s inequality
- Bernoulli’s Golden Theorem
- Bernoulli’s formula
- Bernoulli trial
- Bernoulli scheme
- Bernoulli sampling
- Bernoulli random variable
- Bernoulli process
- Bernoulli polynomials
- Bernoulli operator
- Bernoulli numbers
- Bernoulli map
- Bernoulli distribution
- Bernoulli differential equation

**Johann Heinrich Lambert **was a Swiss Mathematician and a Physicist. He was born on 26 August 1728 and died on 25 September 1777.

Some of his famous contribution to the field of Mathematics are:

- Beer–Lambert law
- First Proof that π is irrational
- Lambert W function
- Lambert’s cosine law
- Transverse Mercator projection

**Nicolaus Bernoulli **was a Swiss Mathematician. He was born on 21 October 1687 and died on 29 November 1759 in Basel. He belonged to the Bernoulli family.

**Paul Isaac Bernays** was a Swiss Mathematician. He was born on 17 October 1888 and died on 18 September 1977. He made significant contributions to axiomatic set theory, the philosophy of mathematics and mathematical logic. He closely worked with a great mathematician David Hilbert.

**Nicolas Fatio de Duillier** is a Swiss Mathematician, astronomer, religious campaigner, natural philosopher, and inventor. He was born on 16 February 1664 and died on 10 May 1753 in Basel, Switzerland.

**Andreas Speiser** was a Swiss Mathematician and Philosopher of Science. She was born on June 10, 1885, and died on October 12, 1970.

**Christine Riedtmann** is a Swiss Mathematician. She was born in 1952. She mastered in abstract algebra. In 2012 she became the president of the Swiss Mathematical Society.

**Henri Fehr **was a Swiss Mathematician. He was born on 2 February 1870 and died on 2 November 1954 in Geneva.

Well, I believe if the mathematicians around the world would break the boundaries and work internationally and would share the thoughts and ideas and would work together then they can change the do great things together.