Andrew Gemant

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Andrew Gemant (27 July 1895 – 1 February 1983) was a renowned physicist, remembered in part by the eponymous Andrew Gemant Award. His work included a series of fundamental papers on viscoelasticity and fractional differentials, published in the mid 20th Century. Andrew Gemant was born in Nagyvarad, Hungary on 27 July 1895. He served in the Austro-Hungarian army as a medical student during the World War I and received his M.D. from the University of Budapest in 1919. During 1920-1922 he attended the University of Berlin and worked in the laboratories of Leonor Michaelis and Herbert Freundlich. He received his Ph.D. in physics in 1922. From 1923-1924, Gemant was a research physicist at Radiologie Inc, an X-ray tube manufacturer in Berlin. From 1925-1931 he was a research physicist at Siemens

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