Peter G. Gyarmati received his engineering (electrical) and later the mathematical degree in Hungary than doctorate (1971) at Manchester University in computer science. Worked for IBM and ICL at their research center for networking: Aloha net and later on TCP/IP protocol. Also, have patents (1980) with portable computers. For invitation at 1998 went to the Stanford University to lead the introduction of the STEM type education. His mentor Edward Teller call his attention to the interdisciplinary of mathematics and physics. After some years (2008-2012) at Cambridge University, GB retired to Hungary. He wrote 18 books, and more than 50 research papers. His idea to make understandable and to show the importance of the non-Euclidean geometry.