How so ever you hated mathematics as a student, you cannot but deny its importance in everyday lives. Had it not been for maths, would selling and making purchases have been possible? How would the seller charge you and in what way would you pay him for the items? Would tracking your cake batter in the oven be possible if not for maths? Maths has been an indispensible part of our everyday life. It is used in so many other subjects and science that it is rightly tapped as the queen of science and the master of the language of nature. Right from animation to astronomy, fashion designing to architecture, maths is used everywhere. And much of that has been due to the prominent mathematicians who have made revolutionary discoveries and findings through their research and experiments. While talking about mathematicians, one cannot but envisage the contribution made by the Italian counterparts. Right from Fibonacci who introduced in Europe and the western world the sequence of Fibonacci numbers to Galileo Galilei’s use of mathematics for his revolutionary research on astronomy, Italy has been blessed with renowned mathematicians. Check this segment and find out in details about famous Italian mathematicians, their life, work and contribution in the field of numbers.
Galileo GalileiGalileo Galilei
15 February 1564
Evangelista TorricelliEvangelista Torricelli
15 October 1608

Giovanni Domenico CassiniGiovanni Domenico Cassini
08 June 1625
Astronomer and Mathematician

Maria Gaetana AgnesiMaria Gaetana Agnesi
16 May 1718
Mathematician, Philosopher, Theologian

Joseph Louis LagrangeJoseph Louis Lagrange
25 January 1736
Mathematician and Astronomer

Leonardo FibonacciLeonardo Fibonacci
1170 AD
Luca PacioliLuca Pacioli
1445 AD

Gerolamo CardanoGerolamo Cardano
24 September 1501
Philosopher, Mathematician, Astronomer, Inventor,

Piero della FrancescaPiero della Francesca
1415 AD
Carlo Azeglio CiampiCarlo Azeglio Ciampi
09 December 1920
Economist, Politician, Banker

Giuseppe PeanoGiuseppe Peano
27 August 1858
Mathematician, Philosopher, University teacher
Niccolò Fontana TartagliaNiccolò Fontana Tartaglia
1499 AD

Gregorio Ricci-CurbastroGregorio Ricci-Curbastro
12 January 1853

Enrico BombieriEnrico Bombieri
26 November 1940

Giuseppe PiazziGiuseppe Piazzi
16 July 1746
Astronomer, University teacher, Mathematician

Gian-Carlo RotaGian-Carlo Rota
27 April 1932
Bonaventura CavalieriBonaventura Cavalieri
1598 AD

Vito VolterraVito Volterra
03 May 1860

Giovanni Alfonso BorelliGiovanni Alfonso Borelli
28 January 1608
Physicist, Mathematician, Astronomer, Historian of

Paolo RuffiniPaolo Ruffini
22 September 1765
Italian mathematician
Guarino GuariniGuarino Guarini
17 January 1624

Aloysius LiliusAloysius Lilius
1510 AD
Lodovico FerrariLodovico Ferrari
02 February 1522

Eugenio BeltramiEugenio Beltrami
16 November 1835

Enrico BettiEnrico Betti
21 October 1823
Giovanni CevaGiovanni Ceva
07 December 1647

Luigi CremonaLuigi Cremona
07 December 1830
Paolo FrisiPaolo Frisi
13 April 1728

Tommaso CevaTommaso Ceva
20 December 1648

Domenico GuglielminiDomenico Guglielmini
27 September 1655