Juris Hartmanis

1928 - 2022

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Juris Hartmanis (July 5, 1928 – July 29, 2022) was a Latvian-born American computer scientist and computational theorist who, with Richard E. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Juris Hartmanis has received more than 113,867 page views. His biography is available in 35 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 32 in 2019). Juris Hartmanis is the 37th most popular computer scientist (up from 57th in 2019), the 50th most popular biography from Latvia (up from 78th in 2019) and the most popular Latvian Computer Scientist.

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Among computer scientists, Juris Hartmanis ranks 37 out of 245Before him are Allen Newell, Satoshi Nakamoto, Luigi Federico Menabrea, Ken Kutaragi, Leonard Kleinrock, and Maurice Wilkes. After him are Jef Raskin, Alan Perlis, Frances E. Allen, Edmund M. Clarke, Charles Bachman, and Amir Pnueli.

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Among people born in 1928, Juris Hartmanis ranks 176Before him are Nick Holonyak, Ali Kafi, Line Renaud, Pavel Kohout, Eddie Fisher, and Pancho Gonzales. After him are Wolfhart Pannenberg, Cécile Aubry, Édouard Molinaro, Emilio Pericoli, Jo Schlesser, and Arnfinn Bergmann. Among people deceased in 2022, Juris Hartmanis ranks 138Before him are Yuri Averbakh, Fernando Gomes, Kay Parker, Jean-Jacques Beineix, Joachim Streich, and Nick Holonyak. After him are Reine Wisell, Nichelle Nichols, David Trimble, Leonid Kuravlyov, Kenneth Tsang, and John Aniston.

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In Latvia

Among people born in Latvia, Juris Hartmanis ranks 50 out of 323Before him are Barbara von Krüdener (1764), Maria Amalia of Courland (1653), Ferdynand Antoni Ossendowski (1876), Aspazija (1865), Yevgeny Miller (1867), and Eduard Totleben (1818). After him are Yeshayahu Leibowitz (1903), Jānis K. Bērziņš (1889), Philippe Halsman (1906), Elya Baskin (1950), Duke Alexander of Württemberg (1804), and Ferdinand Kettler (1655).


Among computer scientists born in Latvia, Juris Hartmanis ranks 1