Marian Smoluchowski

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Marian Smoluchowski (Marian Ritter von Smolan Smoluchowski, 28 May 1872 in Vorderbrühl near Vienna - 5 September 1917 in Kraków) was a Polish scientist, pioneer of statistical physics and a mountaineer.

He is well known for having presented an equation which became the basis of the theory of stochastic processes.

See also: Smoluchowski's entry in wikipedia.org.