Benoit Mandelbrot was a famous Mathematician and a polymath who was rather interested in practical science. He is also known as “the father of fractal geometry.” Fractal Geometry is the study of irregular but infinitely recurring shapes found throughout nature. The mathematician was honored with a lot of awards for his work.
|Birthday||November 20, 1924|
|Age||Died at 84|
Today, on November 20, Google has dedicated a doodle for Benoit Mandelbrot considering his excellent works in the field of mathematics. On the occasion of his birthday, Google has replaced its homepage with the doodle of this Polish Mathematician. He died on October 14, 2010, at the age of 84 years old. Born in Warsaw, Poland, Benoit spent most of his learning years in France and researching years in the United States. Here are the 10 facts you need to know about him.
Benoit Mandelbrot’s 96th Birthday
Happy birthday to Benoit Mandelbrot, a man whose curiosity helped to expand the way we see the world around us.
— Rav kumar (@lifeinsuelderly) November 20, 2020
10 Facts on Benoit Mandelbrot
- Benoit Mandelbrot was a polish-born Mathematician who is known for his work in practical sciences such as Fractal Geometry.
- Moreover, Benoit Mandelbrot died at the age of 84, on October 14, 2010, in New York.
- Along with fame, the mathematician, Benoit Mandelbrot, has made a lot of money throughout his successful career. However, his net worth remains unknown.
- Over the years, Benoit Mandelbrot had written around 8 books. Most of them described the ways of Physics and Mathematics.
- As for his education, Benoit Mandelbrot was a graduate of the University of Paris.
- For his work in Mathematics, Benoit Mandelbrot has been dedicated to a Wikipedia biography.
- Benoit Mandelbrot was born on November 20, 1924, in Warsaw, Poland.
- On the occasion of Benoit Mandelbrot’s birthday, Google has dedicated a doodle for him.
- Moreover, the award-winning mathematician, Benoit Mandelbrot had won the Wolf Prize in Physics. He is known for developing a theory of “roughness and self-similarity” in nature.
- Besides, he is also known as “the father of Fractal Geometry” as he was the one who coined the term “fractal.”