|Birth Day||March 18, 1858|
|Birth Place||Paris, Germany|
|Age||161 YEARS OLD|
|Died On||Sep 29, 1913 (age 55)|
German Engineer who built his eponymous internal combustion engine.
He assisted Carl von Linde in building a modern refrigeration and ice plant after graduating from the Royal Bavarian Polytechnic of Munich.
He wasn't the first to patent an internal combustion engine, but he did make a more efficient version that was eventually used by trains and trucks.
He married his wife Martha Flasche in 1883.