Wikidata-logo.svg Benedictus Mandelbrot
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Benedictus Mandelbrot: imago
Nativitas: 20 Novembris 1924; Varsovia
Obitus: 14 Octobris 2010; Cantabrigia Massachusettensium
Patria: Polonia, Francia, Civitates Foederatae Americae

Officium

Munus: mathematicus, oeconomus, Professor, eruditus, scriptor, computer scientist, ingeniarius
Patronus: IBM, Universitas Yalensis, Institute for Advanced Study, Université Lille Nord de France, National Center for Scientific Research

Memoria

Laurae: Officer of the Legion of Honour, IBM Fellow, William Procter Prize for Scientific Achievement, Wolf Prize in Physics, Franklin Medal, Harvey Prize, John Scott Medal, Japan Prize, Alexander von Humboldt Fellow, honorary doctor of the University of St Andrews, Sterling Professor, honorary doctor of Tel Aviv University, Fellow of the American Physical Society, Humboldt Prize, Fellow of the Econometric Society, Fellow of the American Statistical Association, Fellow of the American Geophysical Union, Lewis Fry Richardson Medal

Benedictus B. Mandelbrot (Varsoviae familia Iudaica e Lituania oriunda die 20 Novembris 1924 natus; Cantabrigiae civitatis Massachusettae die 14 Octobris 2010 mortuus), e familia Iudaica Lituanica ortus, fuit mathematicus et aerodynamicae peritus Franco-Americanus qui fractalibus et chaos theoriae informationisque studuit.

Alma mater eius fuit Schola Polytechnica Francica.

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