Françoise Aron Ulam

Françoise Aron Ulam was the wife of Polish-American mathematician, Stanislaw Ulam.wikipedia
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Françoise Aron Ulam was the wife of Polish-American mathematician, Stanislaw Ulam.
With the aid of a cadre of female "computers", including his wife Françoise Aron Ulam, he found that Teller's "Super" design was unworkable.

Student exchange program

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In 1939, she came to the United States as an exchange student.

Mills College

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She studied at Mills College and Mount Holyoke College, earning a Master's degree in Comparative Literature.

Mount Holyoke College

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She studied at Mills College and Mount Holyoke College, earning a Master's degree in Comparative Literature.

Comparative literature

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She studied at Mills College and Mount Holyoke College, earning a Master's degree in Comparative Literature.

Manhattan Project

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In 1943, the Ulams moved from Los Alamos to Santa Fe following Stanislaw's involvement in the Manhattan Project in Los Alamos at its inception.

Atomic Age

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In Los Alamos, Francoise became part of the international community of scientists and mathematicians during the Atomic Age.

Feldenkrais Method

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She devoted herself to creating a home and raising a baby in the American Southwest, developing a taste for computers, yoga and feldenkrais.

Santa Fe Institute

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In 1984, when her husband died, Françoise arranged for Santa Fe Institute to receive Stanislaw Ulam's library.

List of Polish inventors and discoverers

With the aid of a cadre of female "computers", including his wife Françoise Aron Ulam, he found that Teller's "Super" design was unworkable.