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  2. John von Neumann - Wikipedia

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    John von Neumann (/ v ɒ n ˈ n ɔɪ m ə n /; Hungarian: Neumann János Lajos, pronounced [ˈnɒjmɒn ˈjaːnoʃ ˈlɒjoʃ]; December 28, 1903 – February 8, 1957) was a Hungarian-American mathematician, physicist, computer scientist, engineer and polymath.

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  3. John von Neumann | Biography, Accomplishments, Inventions ...

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    John von Neumann, original name János Neumann, (born December 28, 1903, Budapest, Hungary—died February 8, 1957, Washington, D.C., U.S.), Hungarian-born American mathematician. As an adult, he appended von to his surname; the hereditary title had been granted his father in 1913.

  4. John von Neumann: Life, Work, and Legacy. John von Neumann. Accepting an invitation from Oswald Veblen to lecture on quantum theory at Princeton University, John von Neumann was one of a group of Hungarian and Jewish intellectuals to escape to the United States from the turmoil of Europe. The newly wed von Neumann, with his wife Mariette Kovesi, arrived in the United States in 1930.

  5. John von Neumann (1903-1957) | The Embryo Project Encyclopedia

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    John von Neumann was a Hungarian mathematician who made important contributions to mathematics, physics, computer science, and the area of artificial life. He was born in Budapest, Hungary, on 28 December 1903. His mother was Margit von Neumann and his father was Max von Neumann.

  6. John von Neumann | Lemelson

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    Mathematician John von Neumann was born in Budapest, Hungary in 1903. As a very young child, he impressed the people around him with his incredible memory. It was said that he could memorize pages of the phone book and divide 8-digit numbers in his head by the age of six. He was recognized as the best math student in Hungary in 1921.

  7. John von Neumann | Atomic Heritage Foundation

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    John von Neumann | Atomic Heritage Foundation 1903 Dec 28th Born in Budapest, Austria-Hungary. 1926 Received Ph.D. in mathematics (with minors in experimental physics and chemistry) from Pázmány Péter University. 1943 Sep 20th Begins work on the physics of implosion at Los Alamos, New Mexico.

  8. John von Neumann - Computing History

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    John von Neumann (1903 - 1957) In 1945, mathematician John von Neumann undertook a study of computation that demonstrated that a computer could have a simple, fixed structure, yet be able to execute any kind of computation given properly programmed control without the need for hardware modification.

  9. John von Neumann - Complete Biography, History and Inventions

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    John von Neumann (1903-1957) is best known as a mathematician and one of the leading figures in early 20th century mathematics. During World War II, he played an important role in atomic research. He worked on computational problems for the U.S. military during and after World War II, most notably on the ENIAC computer at Penn’s Moore School of Electrical Engineering.

  10. John von Neumann - The Society of Catholic Scientists

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    John von Neumann (December 28, 1903 to February 8, 1957) Von Neumann, who was born in Hungary and emigrated to the United States in 1933, is considered one of the greatest mathematicians of the 20 th century. He did pioneering work in many areas of both pure and applied mathematics.

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