• Béla Andrásfai


As her adoptive son, I shared a flat with Rózsa Péter for almost a quarter of a century, so I could recount very much about Professor Peter, about "Aunt Rosa" to so many. However, the chronicler will hardly be able to give a full picture, on a few short pages, of the significance in education and scientific progress of her generous activities stemming from love of humanity and of science. The two dates on her sepulchral monument erected by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences are: 1905-1977.
How to Cite
Andrásfai , B. “RÓZSA (ROSA )PÉTER ”, Periodica Polytechnica Electrical Engineering, 30(2-3), pp. 139-145, 1986.