A mathematician is an individual who has achieved expertise in the realm of mathematics, demonstrating exceptional skills and knowledge. Mathematics is a discipline that delves into the world of numbers and their intricate relationships, encompassing combinations, operations, data analysis, measurements, quantity assessment, structural concepts, spatial considerations, and broad generalizations. This scientific domain finds extensive application across diverse sectors, including finance, engineering, industries, robotics, astronomy, business, information technology, and many other fields.

**1.Alan Turing**

(English Mathematician Who is Considered as the Father of Theoretical Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence)

**Birthdate:**June 23, 1912

**Sun Sign:**Cancer

**Birthplace:**Maida Vale, London, England

**Died:**June 7, 1954

Regarded as the father of computer science and artificial intelligence, Alan Turing was a distinguished mathematician and logician. During WWII, he successfully broke the challenging German Enigma machine codes thereby reducing the duration of war by a couple of years. The scientist, who was convicted for being gay, has been an inspiration for numerous films, plays and novels.

**2.Srinivasa Ramanujan**

(Mathematician)

**Birthdate:**December 22, 1887

**Sun Sign:**Capricorn

**Birthplace:**Erode

**Died:**April 26, 1920

A self-taught genius Indian mathematician, Srinivasa Ramanujan is known for his contributions to mathematical analysis, number theory and continued fractions. Born into a humble family, the celebrated mathematician struggled with poverty but still managed to publish first of his papers in the Journal of the Indian Mathematical Society. Later, his collaboration with English mathematician G. H. Hardy proved very productive.

**3.Pythagoras**

(Greek Philosopher, Mathematician and Founder of Pythagoreanism)

**Birthdate:**0570 BC

**Birthplace:**Samos, Greece

**Died:**0495 BC

Pythagoras was an Ionian Greek philosopher. He is credited with many scientific and mathematical discoveries, including the *Sphericity of the Earth*, the *Theory of Proportions*, the* five regular solids*,* Pythagorean tuning*, and the* Pythagorean Theorem*. Pythagoras influenced other philosophers like Plato and Aristotle. His philosophy also had a major impact on personalities like Isaac Newton, Johannes Kepler, and Nicolaus Copernicus.

**4.Aryabhata**

**Birthdate:**0476 AD

**Birthplace:**Assaka

**Died:**0550 AD

**5.Ada Lovelace**

(Countess of Lovelace)

**Birthdate:**December 10, 1815

**Sun Sign:**Sagittarius

**Birthplace:**London

**Died:**November 27, 1852

Ada Lovelace was a mathematician known for her work on the *Analytical Engine*, a mechanical general-purpose computer proposed by Charles Babbage. Many believe that Lovelace was the first to recognize the potential of computers. It is also believed that she published the first algorithm after realizing that the algorithm could be carried out by a machine like the *Analytical Engine*.