Swiss mathematicians have casted an overpowering effect on the field of mathematics. They are lauded for their ground-breaking contribution in the field of calculus, trigonometry, geometry and so on. Their research and findings led to the discovery of many unknown facts and facets of mathematics which helped in the better understanding of the subject. While talking of Swiss mathematicians, the first name that strikes the mind is that of Jacob Bernoulli. He has through his research delivered to the world the first type of law of large numbers in the probability theory. He has also contributed greatly to the parallels of logic, algebra and geometry. His brother, Johann Bernoulli, is credited for developing the isochrone and tautchrone concepts and made major contributions to differential equations, optics, clock construction and mathematics of ship sails. Leonhard Euler, the famous Swiss mathematician, introduced mathematical notations and terminology such as the concepts of mathematical functions. In the 20th century Switzerland, Paul Bernays played a pivotal role in expanding the knowledge of mathematics further. He developed the finitist concept and made vast contribution by developing the axiomatic set theory and the philosophy of mathematics. Check this section further to find out more about Swiss mathematician, their life, profile, works and timeline.
Leonhard EulerLeonhard Euler

15 April 1707

Daniel BernoulliDaniel Bernoulli

08 February 1700

Jacob BernoulliJacob Bernoulli

27 December 1654

Johann BernoulliJohann Bernoulli

06 August 1667

Paul BernaysPaul Bernays

17 October 1888

Marcel GrossmannMarcel Grossmann

09 April 1878

Gabriel CramerGabriel Cramer

31 July 1704

Nicolas Fatio de DuillierNicolas Fatio de Duillier

16 February 1664

Johann Jakob BalmerJohann Jakob Balmer

01 May 1825

Armand BorelArmand Borel

21 May 1923

Johann BalmerJohann Balmer

01 May 1825