The Nuclear Model of the Atom, brought to us by Ernest Rutherford, was the first to place the positive charge at the nucleus of the atom.
The Planetary model of the atom pioneered by Niels Bohr. This model stated the electrons revolved around the nucleus in fixed orbits.
The quantum model of the atom was developed by Erwin Schrodinger. It showed that electrons don't move, but instead exist in a cloud of probable locations.