(The native form of this personal name is Jedlik Ányos István. This article uses the Western name order.) Ányos István Jedlik (Hungarian: Jedlik Ányos István; Slovak: Štefan Anián Jedlík; in older texts and publications: Latin: Stephanus Anianus Jedlik; 11 January 1800 – 13 December 1895) 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.
How would Ányos Jedlik be described?
Ányos Jedlik would be described as slovak physicist and roman catholic priest.
When died Ányos Jedlik?
Ányos Jedlik died 13.12.1895.
What is Ányos Jedlik subject of?
Ányos Jedlik is subject of 19th-century Hungarian people, Hungarian engineers, Hungarian electrical engineers, 1800 births, 1895 deaths, Hungarian inventors, Hungarian physicists, People associated with electricity, Roman Catholic cleric-scientists, Hungarian Benedictines, Hungarian Roman Catholic priests and Hungarian people of Slovak descent.
What is the gender of Ányos Jedlik?
Ányos Jedlik is male.