"All what is correct
thinking is either mathematics or feasible to be transposed in a
mathematical model."
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
devices.
 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 multidimensional space
and analyses the monogenic functions of hyper complex variable, with
applications in mechanics.
 He introduced what he called Lukasiewicz trivalent, multivalets 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 19901999 , 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, 19611962).
100 years since the birth of
GRIGORE C. MOISIL
January 10, 2006, University of Bucharest –
Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science