About Aurel Stodola
Engineer, physicist, and inventor who did extensive work in technical thermodynamics. He was a Corresponding member of French Academy of Sciences and he received the James Watt International Medal in 1941.
He taught mechanical engineering at the Swiss Polytechnical Institute.
He founded the Laboratory for Energy Conversion in 1892.
Family of Aurel Stodola
He was born in Liptószentmiklós in the Kingdom of Hungary.
Close associates of Aurel Stodola
He and Richard Feynman were both accomplished physicists.