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Who is Ányos Jedlik?
ányos Jedlik a.k.a. Ányos Jedlik: Ányos István Jedlik was a Hungarian inventor, engineer, physicist, and Benedictine priest. He was also a member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, and author of several books. He is considered by Hungarians and Slovaks to be the unsung father of the dynamo and electric motor.
- also known as Anyos Jedlik, Ányos István Jedlik
- born on (215 years ago) in Zemné, child of Ferenc Jedlik and Rozália Jedlik
- ethnicity: Slovaks
- nationality: Kingdom of Hungary, Austria-Hungary
- religion: Catholicism
- profession: Inventor, physicist, scientist, engineer
- died on (120 years ago) in Győr
- written works: "Public examination on Physics ... from the first semester education of Ányos Jedlik", "Public examination on Physics for election to the Royal Hungarian University", "Applied Science", "Compendium of Hydrostatics and Hydrodynamics. Lecture Notes adapted by Ányos Jedlik", "Elements of natural science", "Supplements for science of still/calm water", "Science of Heat", "Universal Hungarian Encyclopaedia", "Modification of the Grove and Bunsen batteries", "On the application of electromagnets in electrodynamic rotations", "Report of the 32nd Conference of German Naturalists and Physicists at Vienna, September 1856", "German – Hungarian Scientific Dictionary for Imperial and Royal grammar schools and primary schools", "The thermometer and its accessories", "Reading material for grammar school students"
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