|Julian Lombardi Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 7 in|
|Date of Birth||November 11, 1956|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
Julian Lombardi is an American inventor, author, educator, and computer scientist who gained popularity for his work with socio-computational systems, scalable virtual world technologies, as well as for the design and deployment of deeply collaborative virtual learning environments.
New York City, New York, United States
Julian studied at the Buckley Country Day School before going on to attend various public schools in the Great Neck, New York and Long Island area.
He enrolled at Dowling College in 1974 and completed his undergraduate studies in 1977, cum laude with a major in Biology and minor in Physics.
Later, Julian joined Clemson University, where he achieved his Master of Arts in 1980. In 1983, he was granted his Ph.D. in Zoology.
Inventor, Author, Educator, Computer Scientist
5 ft 7 in or 170 cm
69 kg or 152 lbs
Race / Ethnicity
He has Italian ancestry on his mother’s side.
He sports a box-shaped beard.
Julian Lombardi Facts
- Soon after his birth in New York City, his family decided to relocate back to Rome, Italy, where he lived till the age of 6.
- After completing his graduation, Julian received a postdoctoral designation as well as the post of a lecturer in the biological sciences for the University of North Carolina. He continued to work there until 1986.
- He released his invention called The Bone Box in 1989.
- Julian is the founder of ViOS, Inc.
- In 1988, Julian published his first book titled Comparative Vertebrate Reproduction.
- Julian’s mother was an actress and his father was a concert pianist.
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