"All what is correct
thinking is either mathematics or feasible to be transposed in a
Grigore C. Moisil (1906 - 1973)
Computer Pioneer Award of IEEE Computer Society (IEEE - 1996)
|Romanian mathematician, Professor at the University of Bucharest – Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science, member of the Romanian Academy, member of the Academy of Sciences in Bologna and of the International Institute of Philosophy
- He published mainly in the fields of mathematical analysis, algebra,
mathematical logic, geometry, mechanics. Some of his most important
contributions were made in the field of algebraic theory for automatic
- New analysis and synthesis methods for finite automata as well as a
structure theory on them are also due to Professor Grigore Moisil.
- He extended D. Pompeiu's areolas derivative to a multi-dimensional space
and analyses the monogenic functions of hyper complex variable, with
applications in mechanics.
- He introduced what he called Lukasiewicz trivalent, multi-valets algebras
and applied them in logic and the study of switching circuits.
- Grigore Moisil 's name is also associated with those who, in Romania,
introduced the first electronic computers and worked on them.
Computer Pioneer Award of IEEE Computer Society (1996) -
http://www.computer.org ( Computer Pioneer Award 1990-1999 , Grigore C. Moisil -"For polyvalent logic switching circuits")
- About Gr. C. Moisil - International Journal of Computers, Communications & Control (IJCCC), Vol. 1 (2006), No. 1, (Print : ISSN 1841 - 9836, Online : ISSN 1841 – 984); Article: Grigore C. Moisil: A Life Becoming a Myth, Author: Solomon Marcus [LINK], Article: Grigore C. Moisil (1906 - 1973) and his School in Algebraic Logic, Authors: George Georgescu, Afrodita Iorgulescu, Sergiu Rudeanu[LINK]
- About Gr. C. Moisil - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia (Grigore C. Moisil)[see External Links]
Main works: "La mécanique analytique des systems continues" (1929), "Logique
modale" (1942), "Introduction to Algebra" (1954), "Algebraic Theory of Automatic
Devices"" (1959), "Transistor Circuits" (2 volumes, 1961-1962).
100 years since the birth of
GRIGORE C. MOISIL
January 10, 2006, University of Bucharest –
Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science