Enrico Fermi was born on 29 September 1901 Rome, Italy and died on 28 November 1954 Chicago, Illinois, USA.
Fermi is most famous for his work on the first nuclear reactor, Chicago Pile-1 and also for his contributions to the field of statistical mathematics, nuclear and particle physics and also quantum theory.
He is also referred to as 'The Father of the Atomic Bomb' along with Robert Oppenheimer and is considered as one of the few who excelled in both theoretical and experimental physics.
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