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Stanislaw Marcin Ulam
Birth: Apr. 3, 1909, Poland
Death: May 13, 1984
Santa Fe
Santa Fe County
New Mexico, USA

Scienist. Along with scientist Edward Teller, he was principally responsible for the development of the hydrogen bomb (Stanislaw Ulam determined how to initiate fusion in the H-bomb). While working at Los Alamos on the hydrogen bomb, he also created the 'Monte-Carlo Method' of solving mathematical problems by employing statistical sampling through the use of random numbers-this is widely applied in computer implementations of mathematical software. (bio by: GravesScribe) 
Family links: 
  Jozef Ulam (1877 - 1941)
  Hania Auerbach Ulam (1887 - 1938)
  Francoise Aron Ulam (1918 - 2011)*
  Stanislaw Marcin Ulam (1909 - 1984)
  Stefania Francesca Ulam Kruger (1912 - 1941)*
  Adam Bruno Ulam (1922 - 2000)*
*Calculated relationship
Cimetière de Montparnasse
City of Paris
Île-de-France, France
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Originally Created by: GravesScribe
Record added: Feb 23, 2003
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Stanislaw Marcin Ulam
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Stanislaw Marcin Ulam
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No one thinks of lens, to intensify energy so much hydrogen will fuse. I respect you to the max for your out-of-this-world thoughts. To focus energy. You did it. I'm extremely humble
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