Jean-Charles Gille-Maisani, né le 22 mai 1924 à Trèves, Allemagne, mort le 29 janvier 1995 (à 70 ans) à Sainte-Foy (Québec), est un ingénieur, psychiatre et psychologue français émigré au Canada, avec une ascendance maternelle corse.

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  • Jean-Charles Gille-Maisani, né le 22 mai 1924 à Trèves, Allemagne, mort le 29 janvier 1995 (à 70 ans) à Sainte-Foy (Québec), est un ingénieur, psychiatre et psychologue français émigré au Canada, avec une ascendance maternelle corse.
  • Jean-Charles Gille-Maisani (ur. 22 maja 1924 w Trewirze, zm. 29 stycznia 1995 w Québecu) – kanadyjski inżynier automatyk i psychiatra.
  • Jean-Charles Gille-Maisani (1924-1995) fue un ingeniero formado en Francia y en EE. UU. Trabajó en el Servicio Técnico Aeronáutico francés y, después, desempeñó el cargo de jefe de estudios de la Escuela Superior de Aeronáutica de París. A partir de la década de los 60, enseñó en la Facultad de Ciencias de la Universidad Laval de Québec (Canadá) automatismo y matemáticas, habiendo publicado multitud de obras sobre estos temas en colaboración con otros autores. En su faceta de médico psiquiatra y psicólogo, publicó también numerosos libros, algunos de ellos especializados en grafología.
  • Dr. Jean-Charles Gille-Maisani, (May 22, 1924 – January 29, 1995) was a French, born in Germany, later Canadian, engineer, psychiatrist and professor of medicine.Gille was born in Trier (Germany), where his father, originally from Lorraine, was a superior officer in the French garrison. He learned German early in life and moved on to learn French, English, Italian, Spanish, Russian and Polish, not to mention he also learned Latin and Ancient Greek.He entered the École Polytechnique in 1943. After graduation, and a year of specialization at the "École nationale supérieure de l'Aéronautique", he studied at Harvard where he received "Master of Arts" degree in the newly created Automation discipline. Back in France in 1948, he entered the "Services techniques aéronautiques" and worked in the engines and special objects. He was also a certified pilot and colonel.In 1953 he started studying medicine, and received a Ph.D. in 1960, with a specialisation in psychiatry and psychology. At the same time, he was director of studies at the E.N.S. de l'Aéronautique (Paris) and created in 1962, with Marc Pélegrin, the CERA (Centre d'études et de recherches en automatique) center which expanded rapidly, having in 1965, 70 to 80 employees.In 1963 he was a defense wittness at the trial of Jean Bastien-Thiry, one of the authors of a terrorist act against the president de Gaulle.In 1966, he left France to live in Quebec, Canada, where he was already an established visiting professor. Until pancreatic cancer caused his death in 1995, he was titular professor in the Faculty of Sciences and Engineering, “Département de Génie Électrique” Electrical Engineering, Université Laval in Quebec City.Beside engineering and medicine, his fields of interest also included graphology, classical music and poetry. He was Honoris Causa Doctor of l'École Polytechnique of Silesia and member of the Académie des sciences de Pologne.
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  • Jean-Charles Gille-Maisani, né le 22 mai 1924 à Trèves, Allemagne, mort le 29 janvier 1995 (à 70 ans) à Sainte-Foy (Québec), est un ingénieur, psychiatre et psychologue français émigré au Canada, avec une ascendance maternelle corse.
  • Jean-Charles Gille-Maisani (ur. 22 maja 1924 w Trewirze, zm. 29 stycznia 1995 w Québecu) – kanadyjski inżynier automatyk i psychiatra.
  • Jean-Charles Gille-Maisani (1924-1995) fue un ingeniero formado en Francia y en EE. UU. Trabajó en el Servicio Técnico Aeronáutico francés y, después, desempeñó el cargo de jefe de estudios de la Escuela Superior de Aeronáutica de París. A partir de la década de los 60, enseñó en la Facultad de Ciencias de la Universidad Laval de Québec (Canadá) automatismo y matemáticas, habiendo publicado multitud de obras sobre estos temas en colaboración con otros autores.
  • Dr. Jean-Charles Gille-Maisani, (May 22, 1924 – January 29, 1995) was a French, born in Germany, later Canadian, engineer, psychiatrist and professor of medicine.Gille was born in Trier (Germany), where his father, originally from Lorraine, was a superior officer in the French garrison. He learned German early in life and moved on to learn French, English, Italian, Spanish, Russian and Polish, not to mention he also learned Latin and Ancient Greek.He entered the École Polytechnique in 1943.
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