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Forthcoming in European Mathematical Society Newsletter 1 Childhood and Education

@inproceedings{Neumann2004ForthcomingIE,
  title={Forthcoming in European Mathematical Society Newsletter 1 Childhood and Education},
  author={John von Neumann and Mikl{\'o}s R{\'e}dei},
  year={2004}
}
If influence of a scientist is interpreted broadly enough to include impact on fields beyond science proper then John von Neumann was probably the most influential mathematician ever lived: not only did he contribute to almost all branches of modern mathematics and created new fields but he also changed history after the second World War by his work in computer design and by being a sought-after technical advisor to the post-war military-political establishment of the U.S.A. To celebrate John… Expand

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