Bruno Abakanowicz

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Bruno Abakanowicz
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Bruno Abakanowicz (6 October, 1852–29 August, 1900) was a mathematician, a great inventor and, later, an electrical engineer. He was very well known for the integrator that was invented in 1880. In his other patents of works, the electrical bell is known after he had worked on it and invented the most newly designed. He is also known as a mathematician because of his several works that are published on statistic and scientific works as well that include the description of his Intergraph. Later on after he had settled in France, the government of France hired him as an electrical expert and a main engineer behind the other cities of France. After working long enough to the retirement he went to a small island in the early nineties of the 18th centaury for nearly four years. However, his working era was not yet completed; he still noticed point in the emigre culture and guided many of his students who were artists and scientists.

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