Difference between revisions of "George Woltman"

From Prime-Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search
(template person)
 
Line 10: Line 10:
 
}}
 
}}
 
'''George Woltman''' is the founder of the [[Great Internet Mersenne Prime Search]] (GIMPS), a [[:Category:distributed computing project|distributed computing project]] researching [[Mersenne prime]] numbers using his software [[Prime95]] and [[Prime95|MPrime]]. He graduated from the [[Massachusetts Institute of Technology]] (MIT) in 1978 with degrees in Computer Science, and is presently living in Orlando, Florida. His mathematical libraries created for the GIMPS project are the fastest known for [[multiplication]] of large [[integer]]s, and are also used by other distributed computing projects.
 
'''George Woltman''' is the founder of the [[Great Internet Mersenne Prime Search]] (GIMPS), a [[:Category:distributed computing project|distributed computing project]] researching [[Mersenne prime]] numbers using his software [[Prime95]] and [[Prime95|MPrime]]. He graduated from the [[Massachusetts Institute of Technology]] (MIT) in 1978 with degrees in Computer Science, and is presently living in Orlando, Florida. His mathematical libraries created for the GIMPS project are the fastest known for [[multiplication]] of large [[integer]]s, and are also used by other distributed computing projects.
 +
 +
He has been on the board of [[Mersenne Research, Inc.]] since 2008, and currently serves as President and Treasurer of the organization.
  
 
==See also==
 
==See also==

Latest revision as of 14:40, 21 August 2019

George Woltman
Personal data :
Real name : George Woltman
Date of birth : 1957-11-10
Nationality : American
Wikipedia entry : George_Woltman
Web data :
MersenneForum : Prime95
The Prime Pages : George F. Woltman
Website : GIMPS Homepage

George Woltman is the founder of the Great Internet Mersenne Prime Search (GIMPS), a distributed computing project researching Mersenne prime numbers using his software Prime95 and MPrime. He graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in 1978 with degrees in Computer Science, and is presently living in Orlando, Florida. His mathematical libraries created for the GIMPS project are the fastest known for multiplication of large integers, and are also used by other distributed computing projects.

He has been on the board of Mersenne Research, Inc. since 2008, and currently serves as President and Treasurer of the organization.

See also

External links