Jaroslav Heyrovský
Jaroslav Heyrovský ([ˈjaroslaf ˈɦɛjrofskiː]) (December 20, 1890 – March 27, 1967) was a Czech chemist and inventor. Heyrovský was the inventor of the polarographic method, father of the electroa...
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Otto Hönigschmid
Otto Hönigschmid (March 13, 1878, Hořovice - October 14, 1945, Munich) was a Czech/Austrian chemist.
Hönigschmid studied at the gymnasium in Olomouc, then at the Charles University in Prague under...
Jan Hajič
Jan Hajič is a Czech computational linguist and the former director of the Institute of Formal and Applied Linguistics at the Charles University in Prague. He specializes in empirical NLP, machine tra...
Petr Hájek
Petr Hájek (born 6 February 1940 in Prague; [ˈpɛtr̩ ˈɦaːjɛk]) is a Czech scientist in the area of mathematical logic and a professor of mathematics. He works at the Institute of Computer Science at th...
Kamil Hornoch
Kamil Hornoch ([ˈkamɪl ˈɦornox]; born 5 December 1972) is a Czech amateur astronomer who discovered dozens of novae in nearby galaxies. The main belt asteroid 14124 Kamil is named in his honour.
K...
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Johann Böhm
Johann Böhm (January 20, 1895 – November 27, 1952) was a German Bohemian chemist who focused on photochemistry and radiography. The aluminum-containing mineral boehmite (or böhmite) was named after hi...
David Gans
David Gans (Hebrew: דָּוִד בֶּן שְׁלֹמֹה גנז‎; 1541–1613), also known as Rabbi Dovid Solomon Ganz, was a Jewish chronicler, mathematician, historian, astronomer and astrologer. He is the author ...
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Vikentiy Khvoyka
Vikentiy Viacheslavovych Khvoyka (Russian: Викентий Вячеславович Хвойка; born Čeněk Chvojka; 1850–1914) was a Ukrainian archaeologist who discovered the Neolithic Trypillian sites in Ukraine. He a...
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Joseph J. Kohn
Joseph John Kohn (born May 18, 1932) is a Professor Emeritus of mathematics at Princeton University, where he does research on partial differential operators and complex analysis.
Born to a family...
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Alfred Kohn
Alfred Kohn (1867–1959) was the head of the Institute of Histology at the Medical Faculty of German University in Prague for 26 years. He entered the history of medicine by discovery of the nature and...
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František Koláček
František Koláček (October 9, 1851, Slavkov u Brna, Moravia - December 8, 1913, Prague) was Czech physicist.Koláček studied at German gymnasium in Brno (finished in 1868), then at technical universiti...
Ivan Honl
Ivan Honl (23 April 1866, Zbýšov, Moravia – 7 June 1936, Lázně Běloves) was a Czech bacteriologist, serologist and activist in the struggle against tuberculosis. Honl became one of founders of Czech...
Arthur Mahler
Arthur Mahler (born August 1, 1871, Prague - died April 5, 1944 in Terezín Ghetto) was a Czech-Austrian archeologist. He was a cousin of composer Gustav Mahler.After completing his studies at the gymn...
Karel Škorpil
Karel Václav Škorpil (Bulgarian: Карел Вацлав Шкорпил; 15 May 1859 – 9 March 1944) was a Czech-Bulgarian archaeologist and museum worker credited along with his brother Hermann with...
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Alberto Vojtěch Frič
Alberto Vojtěch Frič (8 September 1882 Prague – 4 December 1944 Prague) was a famous Czech botanist, ethnographer, writer and explorer. He undertook 8 voyages to America, discovered, described a...
George Placzek
Georg Placzek (September 26, 1905 – October 9, 1955) was a Czech physicist.Born in Brno, Moravia to Jewish parents. When his son came to Canada, his last name was changed to Patton. Placzek studied p...
August Seydler
August Jan Bedřich Seydler (1849 – 1891), aka August Johann Friedrich Seydler, was a distinguished Czech astronomer, theoretical physicist, and professor at Charles University in Prague. He was the fo...
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