John von Neumann (1903 -- 1957)
- Fuld Hall,
at the Institute for Advanced Study (Princeton). John von Neumann's
office was in this building, so was Einstein's office.
- von Neumann in his home living room,
photograph by Alan Richards hanging in Fuld Hall, courtesy
of the Archives of the Institute of Advanced Study.
- Here is the
Wikipedia page dedicated to von Neumann.
Courtesy of Budapesti Evangelikus Gimnazium
von Neumann's High School in Budapest. In addition to von Neumann,
this high school produced two Nobel laureates. Do you know who they
- Young Mathematician,
from a Hungarian publication. Date of this photo unknown.
- First Computer Image
of John von Neumann.
Courtesy of the Archives of the Institute for Advanced Study (Princeton)The following photos are copyrighted by the Institute for Advanced Study, and they were photographed by Alan Richards unless otherwise specified.
- Portrait of John von Neumann. (photographer unknown).
- Another Portrait (photographer unknown).
- von Neumann in front of fireplace.
- Kari (John's wife), Inverse (dog) and von Neumann on a sofa at his Princeton house.
- von Neumann standing in front of the
- J. Robert Oppenheimer and von Neumann
in front of the Institute computer.
- Left to right: James Pomerence,
Julian Bigelow, von Neumann and Herman Goldstein.
- Staff of the Electronic Computer Project.
- Left to right: unknown, unknown,
Gerald Estrin, unknown, J. Robert Oppenheimer, unknown, Julian Bigelow,
Norman Emslie, James Pomerence, hewitt Crane, and von Neumann.
- Left to right: Julian Bigelow,
Herman Goldstein, J. Robert Oppenheimer, and von Neumann.
- von Neumann and guests looking at the
- von Neumann, Julian Bigelow, James
Pomerence, and Herman Goldstein.
- von Neumann and Oppenheimer.
copyright@2000 by Y. S. Kim, unless otherwise specified.