About Lotfi A. Zadeh
Lotfi A. Zadeh (Lotfi Aliasker Zadeh) was a very talented, versatile, and respected Azerbaijan-American mathematician who contributed to the field of computer science and artificial intelligence. He was best known as the founder of Fuzzy Logics. He was born on February 4, 1921, in Baku, Azerbaijan. At the age of 96, he was died on September 6, 2017, in his home, Berkeley, California. His cause of death was natural. At the time of his death, Lotfi A. Zadeh’s estimated net worth was $5 million.
Lotfi A. Zadeh completed his formal education at the University of Tehran, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Columbia University. Besides all that, he also attended several other schools, colleges, and institutes. He was original of Iranian descent. He was born in Azerbaijan, At the age of 10, he moved back to Iran. Later, following his higher formal education, he went to the USA. He had also written amazing books like System Theory, Fuzzy Logic, Computing with Words, & More.
Lotfi A. Zadeh Wife & Children
His wife, Fay Zadeh passed away in the year 2005. Lotfi A. Zadeh’s son named Norman Zadeh is an Entrepreneur and former mathematics professor. He also had a beautiful daughter named Stella Zadeh who was a journalist, died in the year 2006.
Biography & Wiki Quick Summary
|Name||Lotfi A. Zadeh|
|Profession||mathematician & professor|
|Net Worth (at the time of his death)||Roughly $5 million|
|Age||96 years old|
|Date of Death (Deathday)||September 6, 2017|
|Mother’s Name||Fanya Korenman|
|Father’s Name||Rahim Aleskerzade|
|Wife Name||Fay Zadeh|
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