John Von Neumann

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  • childhood/family
  • education
  • John von neumann was born on December 28, 1903. Von Neumann's place of birth was Budapest in the Kingdom of Hungary which was then part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. The Austro-Hungarian empire was the partnership between Hungary and Austria which was a republic that fell after the Austrians where defeated in world war 1
  • personal life
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  • you did a thing!
  • John was a very gifted child, at a young age people started noticing that he had a very amazing memory. He was able to memorize complex sets of numbers. He attended the second highest ranking school in Budapest Hungary.
  • famous for
  • he attended Eötvös Loránd University which used to be a very prestigious school, but eventually after the years better schools arose and it slowly faded away. His childhood school days are very cloudy, many schools claim to have had this prodigy. He received his Ph.D. in mathematics from Pázmány Peter University in Budapest.
  • their legacy
  • In 1937, von Neumann became a normal citizen of the US. This was after migrating with his mother and brothers. In 1938, von Neumann was awarded the Bocher Memorial Prize for his work in analysis of automata or the study of abstract machine and mechanical errors. he was als0 the eldest of his 3 brothers.
  • John wasn't just known for one thing, he contributed to areas of computer science, he contributed to mathematics (foundations of mathematics, functional analysis, ergodic theory, geometry, topology- a fancy word for the study of patterns.) He also had contributed to quantum statistical mechanics.
  • The ergodic theory is used in multiple areas. it is used in scientific and logical questions. Topology is used in many art forms, and is oftenly used in engineering as well.
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