Metropolis, Nicholas

Metropolis, Nicholas

Metropolis, Nicholas
Group 1
I: Individuals and Groups
Nicholas Metropolis (right), physicist, professor of Physics, and founding director of the Institute for Computer Research at the University of Chicago. Metropolis was also the leader of the group at Los Alamos National Laboratory that designed and built the MANIAC I computer in 1952, and the MANIAC II in 1957. He is pictured in front of MANIAC I with Paul Stein (left), physicist, mathematician and staff member at Los Alamos National Laboratory.
Metropolis, Nicholas Constantine, 1915-1999 | Stein, Paul R. | College teachers | Los Alamos National Laboratory | Physicists | Mathematicians
Los Alamos Laboratory
Photographic prints; 17.9 x 22.8 cm
Archival Photographic Files
University of Chicago Library, Special Collections Research Center

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