Just a few suggestions: Euclid (geometry), Newton/Leibniz (calculus), Descartes (various), Cantor (set theory), Cohen (forcing)...
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In relation to theoretical physics, Noether was pretty important as she gave us the connection between symmetry and conservation of a property (such as energy, momentum, charge, etc).
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