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Costas Mylonas

Constantine Mylonas, of Athens, Greece, was an emeritus professor of engineering, who taught at Brown University from 1953 until 1981. During World War II he served in the Greek army until the Nazi occupation of Greece, then escaped to Egypt and served in the Free Greek Navy in Alexandria. He received his PhD from University College, London, and went to Brown in 1953. He conducted research into the strengths of materials. He was a champion marksman with pistols and represented Greece in the 1947 World Shooting Championship in Stockholm. He was also a member of the 1948 Greek Olympic team.

In 1991-1992, Costas Mylonas and Ron Whitney (of the AMS) co-designed a set of Greek fonts called Euclid, which they describe in their article Complete Greek with Adjunct Fonts (TUGBoat, vol. 13, pp. 39-50, 1992). This Times-Elsevier Greek font family was developed using MetaFont and was never released to the public.

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file name: Costas Mylonos Ron Whitney Euclid 1992


file name: Costas Mylonos Ron Whitney Euclid 1992







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