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Ferran

Casablancas i Planell, Ferran
Sabadell 1874 - Barcelona 1960

Manufacturer. He studied the problems in some textile fibres and in 1913 he invented a machine for making cotton fibres that was a revolution in the cotton industry.

Paulí

Castells i Vidal, Paulí
Barcelona 1877 - 1956

Manufacturer. He was Professor of mathematical analysis at the Escola d'Enginyers Industrials de Barcelona, where he was also the director from 1913 to 1932.

Laur

Clariana i Ricart, Laur
Barcelona 1842 - Barcelona 1916

Engineer. Professor of calculus in the engineer school of Barcelona since 1891. In 1909 he became Professor of mathematics. In some of his works he tried to find a relation between mathematics and music.

Andreu

Giró i Aranols, Andreu
Torroella de Montgrí 1812 - Barcelona 1884

Technical engineer. He was born in Torroella de Montgrí on December 1, 1812, the son of Jaume Giró and Úrsula Aranols. The couple lived in Torroella, where their father worked as a tailor, and later the whole family moved to Figueres, their mother’s hometown, where Andreu studied primary and secondary education.

Ramon de

Manjarrés i de Bofarull, Ramon de
Barcelona 1827 - Sevilla 1918

Manufacturer, engineer. He studied in the Junta de Comercio and he was one of the members of the first industrial engineers promotion.

Esteve

Terrades i Illa, Esteve
Barcelona 1883 - Madrid 1950

Mathematician, engineer. He studied in Charlottenburg (Berlin), Barcelona and Madrid. He got his Ph.D. degree in physics and he was teacher at the universities of Zaragoza, Barcelona and Madrid. He specialised in physics-mathematics sciences and published several essays about these matters including "Emisión de radiaciones por cuerpos fijos o en movimiento", read in the Acadèmia de Ciències i Arts de Barcelona in 1909. He published some works in "Revista de la Academia de Ciencias", Madrid, and in the bulletin of Institut de Ciències de Barcelona.