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  1. Leó Szilárd a los 15 años de edad Leo Spitz nació en Budapest en lo que era entonces el Reino de Hungría , el 11 de febrero de 1898. Sus padres, de clase media y de origen judío , el ingeniero civil Louis Spitz y Tekla Vidor, lo criaron en el barrio de Fasor Városligeti de la ciudad de Pest . [ 2 ]

  2. Leó Szilárd (AFI: [ˈlɛoː ˈsilaːrd]), nato Leó Spitz (Budapest, 11 febbraio 1898 – La Jolla, 30 maggio 1964) è stato un fisico, inventore e scrittore ungherese naturalizzato statunitense Indice

  3. Leó Szilárd (Physicist, "father" of the atomic bomb, one of two co-inventors of nuclear reactor) Kálmán Tihanyi (First patent on fully electronical TV, Inventor of Plasma TV, CRT-tube pioneer, designed the first pilotless aircraft) Eva Vecsei (Architect, based in Montreal) Sports

  4. Achtergrond. Nadat Leó Szilárd en Albert Einstein president Roosevelt schriftelijk hadden gewaarschuwd dat Hitler mogelijk een nieuwe bom ontwikkelde die in één klap hele steden kon vernietigen, begonnen de Amerikanen in 1939 aan het zogeheten Manhattanproject, aanvankelijk nog op bescheiden schaal.

  5. Biografia. Fisico nucleare di origine ebreo-ungherese, nel corso degli anni trenta emigrò negli Stati Uniti d'America.Teller appartenne a quel gruppo di famosi scienziati di nazionalità ungherese, cresciuti a Budapest all'inizio del XX secolo e poi costretti a rifugiarsi negli USA per sfuggire alle persecuzioni naziste, gruppo comprendente anche Stephen Brunauer, Paul Erdős, Eugene Wigner ...

  6. Rolf Widerøe, Gustav Ising, Leó Szilárd, Max Steenbeck, and Ernest Lawrence are considered pioneers of this field, having conceived and built the first operational linear particle accelerator, the betatron, and the cyclotron.

  7. One of the most famous responses to this question was suggested in 1929 by Leó Szilárd, and later by Léon Brillouin. [7] [9] Szilárd pointed out that a real-life Maxwell's demon would need to have some means of measuring molecular speed, and that the act of acquiring information would require an expenditure of energy.