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  1. Jean Bartik (1924-2011)
    • Born: 27 December 1924 in Alanthus Grove, Gentry County, Missouri, USA .
    • Died: 23 March 2011 in Poughkeepsie, New York, USA .
    • She also had two older sisters, Emma Estella Jennings, born 11 August 1916, Lula May Jennings, born 22 August 1919, and one younger sister, Mable Kathleen Jennings, born 15 December 1928 [',' Jean Bartik, an oral history conducted in 2001 by Janet Abbate, IEEE History Center, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, USA.','2]:- .
    • After two years at the College, Jean's father asked her to help him on the farm during the summer since Jean's brothers were undertaking war service [',' Jean Bartik, an oral history conducted in 2001 by Janet Abbate, IEEE History Center, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, USA.','2]:- .
    • She was selected for the project and spent a few months at the Aberdeen Proving Ground [',' Jean Bartik, an oral history conducted in 2001 by Janet Abbate, IEEE History Center, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, USA.','2]:- .

  2. Ruth Michler (1967-2000)
    • Born: 8 March 1967 in Ithaca, New York, USA .
    • Died: 1 November 2000 in Boston, USA .
    • He undertook postdoctoral studies at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, USA, and it was while he was there that his daughter Ruth, the subject of this biography, was born.
    • At the time of her death Michler was organising two conferences: "Resolution des singularites et geometrie non commutative" Ⓣ to be held at the Centre International de Rencontres Mathematiques at Luminy, France, from 20-22 July 2001; and Algebraic Geometry to be held in Annapolis, Maryland, USA, 25-28 October 2001.

  3. Anna Adelaide Stafford Henriques (1905-2004)
    • Born: 20 August 1905 in Chicago, Illinois, USA .
    • Died: 28 November 2004 in Baileys Crossroads, Virginia, USA .
    • Douglas, the son of Hoyt Emanuel and Charlotte Henriques, was born on 10 May 1910, in Battle Mountain, Lander, Nevada, USA.

  4. Oswald Veblen (1880-1960)
    • Born: 24 June 1880 in Decorah, Iowa, USA .
    • Died: 10 August 1960 in Brooklyn, Maine, USA .
    • Hardy in the USA .

  5. Marston Morse (1892-1977)
    • Born: 24 March 1892 in Waterville, Maine, USA .
    • Died: 22 June 1977 in Princeton, New Jersey, USA .
    • At an International level he served as vice president of the International Congress of Mathematicians from 1958 to 1962 having earlier in his career given important lectures at the International Congress of Mathematicians in Zurich in 1932 and Cambridge, USA in 1950.

  6. Virgil Snyder (1869-1950)
    • Born: 9 November 1869 in Dixon, Iowa, USA .
    • Died: 4 January 1950 in Ithaca, New York, USA .
    • It was Johannes Schneider who emigrated from Germany to the USA in 1777, settling in Pennsylvania.

  7. Nathan Fine (1916-1994)
    • Born: 22 October 1916 in Philadelphia, USA .
    • Died: 18 November 1994 in Deerfield Beach, Florida, USA .
    • Zygmund, who had escaped with his wife and son from German controlled Poland to the USA in 1940, held a number of posts before he finally settled in Chicago.

  8. Ralph Fox (1913-1973)
    • Born: 24 March 1913 in Morrisville, Pennsylvania, USA .
    • Died: 23 December 1973 in Philadelphia, USA .
    • Visits by Fox to many places around the world proved important for research collaborations but none more so than his visits to Japan (see, for example [',' J H Przytycki, Notes to the early history of the Knot Theory in Japan.','3] and [',' J H Przytycki, The interrelation of the Development of Mathematical Topology in Japan, Poland and USA, Annals of the Institute for Comparative Studies of Culture, Tokyo Woman’s Christian University 63 (2002), 61-86.','4]).

  9. John Mauchly (1907-1980)
    • Born: 30 August 1907 in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA .
    • Died: 8 January 1980 in Ambler, Pennsylvania, USA .
    • Now 1941 was the time when World War II was strongly affecting the directions of academic research as the USA geared up for research specifically directed towards the war effort.

  10. Etta Zuber Falconer (1933-2002)
    • Born: 21 November 1933 in Tupelo, Mississippi, USA .
    • Died: 19 September 2002 in Atlanta, Georgia, USA .
    • During her approximately thirty year tenure at Spelman, Falconer has become one of American's most productive, distinguished and influential mathematics and science educators, generously sharing her time, talents, energies, scholarly publications and presentations with thousands of persons throughout the USA.

  11. Daniel Gorenstein (1923-1992)
    • Born: 1 January 1923 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA .
    • Died: 26 August 1992 in USA .
    • There are three Steele Prizes awarded and Gorenstein received the award for expository mathematical writing at the American Mathematical Society Summer Meeting in Boulder, Colorado, USA.

  12. Harry Carver (1890-1977)
    • Born: 4 December 1890 in Waterbury, Connecticut, USA .
    • Died: 30 January 1977 in Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA .
    • When he put into his model the data from as many sites in the USA that he could find, his system told him that Santa Barbara, California, had the ideal climate.

  13. Alonzo Church (1903-1995)
    • Born: 14 June 1903 in Washington, D.C., USA .
    • Died: 11 August 1995 in Hudson, Ohio, USA .

  14. Kenneth Appel (1932-2013)
    • Born: 8 October 1932 in Brooklyn, New York, USA .
    • Died: 19 April 2013 in Dover, New Hampshire, USA .

  15. Allen Shields (1927-1989)
    • Born: 7 May 1927 in New York, USA .
    • Died: 16 September 1989 in Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA .

  16. Anna Johnson Wheeler (1883-1966)
    • Born: 5 May 1883 in Calliope (now Hawarden), Iowa, USA .
    • Died: 26 March 1966 in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, USA .

  17. Richard Hamming (1915-1998)
    • Born: 11 February 1915 in Chicago, Illinois, USA .
    • Died: 7 January 1998 in Monterey, California, USA .

  18. R Buckminster Fuller (1895-1983)
    • Born: 12 July 1895 in Milton, Massachusetts, USA .
    • Died: 1 July 1983 in Los Angeles, California, USA .

  19. Robert Dilworth (1914-1993)
    • Born: 2 December 1914 in Hemet, California, USA .
    • Died: 29 October 1993 in California, USA .

  20. Gilbert Hunt (1916-2008)
    • Born: 4 March 1916 in Washington D.C., USA .
    • Died: 30 May 2008 in Princeton, New Jersey, USA .

  21. Emilie Martin (1869-1936)
    • Born: 30 December 1869 in Elizabeth, New Jersey, USA .
    • Died: 8 February 1936 in South Hadley, Massachusetts, USA .

  22. Willard Van Quine (1908-2000)
    • Born: 25 June 1908 in Akron, Ohio, USA .
    • Died: 25 December 2000 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA .

  23. Mary Fasenmyer (1906-1996)
    • Born: 4 October 1906 in Crown, Pennsylvania, USA .
    • Died: 27 December 1996 in Erie, Pennsylvania, USA .

  24. Eliakim Moore (1862-1932)
    • Born: 26 January 1862 in Marietta, Ohio, USA .
    • Died: 30 December 1932 in Chicago, Illinois, USA .

  25. Steven Orszag (1943-2011)
    • Born: 27 February 1943 in Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA .
    • Died: 1 May 2011 in New Haven, Connecticut, USA .

  26. Gilbert Bliss (1876-1951)
    • Born: 9 May 1876 in Chicago, Illinois, USA .
    • Died: 8 May 1951 in Harvey, Illinois, USA .

  27. Henry Heaton (1846-1927)
    • Born: 19 April 1846 in Millsboro, Washington County, Pennsylvania, USA .
    • Died: 27 January 1927 in Biddle, Power River County, Montana, USA .

  28. Leo Zippin (1905-1995)
    • Born: 25 January 1905 in New York City, New York, USA .
    • Died: 11 May 1995 in Manhattan, New York, USA .

  29. William Osgood (1864-1943)
    • Born: 10 March 1864 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA .
    • Died: 22 July 1943 in Belmont, Massachusetts, USA .

  30. Marjorie Lee Browne (1914-1979)
    • Born: 9 September 1914 in Memphis, Tennessee, USA .
    • Died: 19 October 1979 in Durham, North Carolina, USA .

  31. Joseph Doob (1910-2004)
    • Born: 27 February 1910 in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA .
    • Died: 7 June 2004 in Clark-Lindsey Village, Urbana, Illinois, USA .

  32. Leonard Carlitz (1907-1999)
    • Born: 26 December 1907 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA .
    • Died: 17 September 1999 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA .

  33. Julian Coolidge (1873-1954)
    • Born: 28 September 1873 in Brookline, Boston, Massachusetts, USA .
    • Died: 5 March 1954 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA .

  34. Arthur Coble (1878-1966)
    • Born: 3 November 1878 in Williamstown, Pennsylvania, USA .
    • Died: 8 December 1966 in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, USA .

  35. Benjamin Peirce (1809-1880)
    • Born: 4 April 1809 in Salem, Massachusetts, USA .
    • Died: 6 October 1880 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA .

  36. Wilbur Knorr (1945-1997)
    • Born: 29 August 1945 in Richmond Hill, New York, USA .
    • Died: 18 March 1997 in Palo Alto, California, USA .

  37. Edward Begle (1914-1978)
    • Born: 27 November 1914 in Saginaw, Michigan, USA .
    • Died: 2 March 1978 in Palo Alto, California, USA .

  38. Winifred Edgerton Merrill (1862-1951)
    • Born: 24 September 1862 in Ripon, Wisconsin, USA .
    • Died: 6 September 1951 in Fairfield, Connecticut, USA .

  39. Wallace J Eckert (1902-1971)
    • Born: 19 June 1902 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA .
    • Died: 24 August 1971 in Englewood, New Jersey, USA .

  40. Julian Schwinger (1918-1994)
    • Born: 12 February 1918 in New York, USA .
    • Died: 16 July 1994 in Los Angeles, California, USA .

  41. Joseph Keller (1923-2016)
    • Born: 31 July 1923 in Paterson, New Jersey, USA .
    • Died: 7 September 2016 in Palo Alto, California, USA .

  42. Howard Aiken (1900-1973)
    • Born: 9 March 1900 in Hoboken, New Jersey, USA .
    • Died: 14 March 1973 in St Louis, Missouri, USA .

  43. Bruce Kellogg (1930-2012)
    • Born: 28 December 1930 in Chicago, Illinois, USA .
    • Died: 30 April 2012 in Landrum, South Carolina, USA .

  44. Philip Franklin (1898-1965)
    • Born: 5 October 1898 in New York, USA .
    • 27 January 1965 in Belmont, Massachusetts, USA .

  45. Ruth Gentry (1862-1917)
    • Born: 22 February 1862 in Stilesville, Hendricks county, Indiana, USA .
    • Died: 18 October 1917 in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA .

  46. Edward McShane (1904-1989)
    • Born: 10 May 1904 in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA .
    • Died: 1 June 1989 in Charlottesville, Virginia, USA .

  47. Gordon Whyburn (1904-1969)
    • Born: 7 January 1904 in Lewisville, Texas, USA .
    • Died: 8 September 1969 in Charlottesville, Virginia, USA .

  48. Griffith Evans (1887-1973)
    • Born: 11 May 1887 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA .
    • Died: 8 December 1973 in Berkeley, California, USA .

  49. Horace Mochizuki (1937-1989)
    • Born: 18 May 1937 in California, USA .
    • Died: 9 June 1989 in Santa Barbara, California, USA .

  50. John F Nash (1928-2015)
    • Born: 13 June 1928 in Bluefield, West Virginia, USA .
    • Died: aas sd23 May 2015 in New Jersey, USA .

  51. Stephen C Kleene (1909-1994)
    • Born: 5 January 1909 in Hartford, Connecticut, USA .
    • Died: 25 January 1994 in Madison, Wisconsin, USA .

  52. Leonard Gillman (1917-2009)
    • Born: 8 January 1917 in Cleveland, Ohio, USA .
    • Died: 7 April 2009 in Austin, Texas, USA .

  53. Artemas Martin (1835-1918)
    • Born: 3 August 1835 in Steuben County, New York, USA .
    • Died: 7 November 1918 in Washington, D.C., USA .

  54. Edward Kasner (1878-1955)
    • Born: 2 April 1878 in New York City, New York, USA .
    • Died: 7 January 1955 in New York City, New York, USA .

  55. Dunham Jackson (1888-1946)
    • Born: 24 July 1888 in Bridgewater, Massachusetts, USA .
    • Died: 6 November 1946 in Minnesota, USA .

  56. Alston Householder (1904-1993)
    • Born: 5 May 1904 in Rockford, Illinois, USA .
    • Died: 4 July 1993 in Malibu, California, USA .

  57. Abraham Gelbart (1911-1994)
    • Born: 2 December 1911 in Paterson, New Jersey, USA .
    • Died: 7 September 1994 in Manhattan, New York, USA .

  58. Joseph Ritt (1893-1951)
    • Born: 23 August 1893 in New York City, USA .
    • Died: 5 January 1951 in New York City, USA .

  59. Lois Griffiths (1899-1981)
    • Born: 27 June 1899 in Chagrin Falls, Ohio, USA .
    • Died: 9 November 1981 in Skokie, Illinois, USA .

  60. Martin Gardner (1914-2010)
    • Born: 21 October 1914 in Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA .
    • Died: 22 May 2010 in Norman, Oklahoma, USA .

  61. Daniel Rudolph (1949-2010)
    • Born: 3 October 1949 in Sheridan, Wyoming, USA .
    • Died: 4 February 2010 in Fort Collins, Colorado, USA .

  62. Leonard Dickson (1874-1954)
    • Born: 22 January 1874 in Independence, Iowa, USA .
    • Died: 17 January 1954 in Harlingen, Texas, USA .

  63. Clifford Ambrose Truesdell III (1919-2000)
    • Born: 18 February 1919 in Los Angeles, California, USA .
    • Died: 14 January 2000 in Baltimore, USA .

  64. Errett Bishop (1928-1983)
    • Born: 24 July 1928 in Newton, Kansas, USA .
    • Died: 14 April 1983 in San Diego, California, USA .

  65. Frederick Justin Almgren (1933-1997)
    • Born: 3 July 1933 in Birmingham, Alabama, USA .
    • Died: 5 February 1997 in Princeton, USA .

  66. Floyd Burton Jones (1910-1999)
    • Born: 22 November 1910 in Cisco, Texas, USA .
    • Died: 15 April 1999 in Santa Barbara, California, USA .

  67. Frank Baldwin (1838-1925)
    • Born: 10 April 1838 in New Hartford, Connecticut, USA .
    • Died: 8 April 1925 in Denville, New Jersey, USA .

  68. Einar Carl Hille (1894-1980)
    • Born: 28 June 1894 in New York, USA .
    • Died: 12 February 1980 in La Jolla, California, USA .

  69. Benjamin Franklin Finkel (1865-1947)
    • Born: 5 July 1865 in Amanda, Fairfield County, Ohio, USA .
    • 5 February 1947 in Springfield, Missouri, USA .

  70. Henry Dye (1926-1986)
    • Born: 14 February 1926 in Dunkirk, New York, USA .
    • Died: 26 November 1986 in Los Angeles, California, USA .

  71. William Chauvenet (1820-1870)
    • Born: 24 May 1820 in Milford, Pennsylvania, USA .
    • Died: 13 December 1870 in St Paul, Minnesota, USA .

  72. Anne Bosworth (1868-1907)
    • Born: 29 September 1868 in Woonsocket, Rhode Island, USA .
    • Died: 15 May 1907 in Cleveland, Ohio, USA .

  73. George Waddel Snedecor (1881-1974)
    • Born: 20 October 1881 in Memphis, Tennessee, USA .
    • Died: 15 February 1974 in Amherst, Massachusetts, USA .

  74. Alexander Doniphan Wallace (1905-1985)
    • Born: 21 August 1905 in Hampton, Virginia, USA .
    • Died: 16 October 1985 in New Orleans, USA .

  75. Herbert Wilf (1931-2012)
    • Born: 13 June 1931 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA .
    • Died: 7 January 2012 in Wynnewood, Pennsylvania, USA .

  76. John Tukey (1915-2000)
    • Born: 16 June 1915 in New Bedford, Massachusetts, USA .
    • Died: 26 July 2000 in Princeton, New Jersey, USA .

  77. Bill Boone (1920-1983)
    • Born: 16 January 1920 in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA .
    • Died: 14 September 1983 in Urbana, Illinois, USA .

  78. Lyman Spitzer (1914-1997)
    • Born: 26 June 1914 in Toledo, Ohio, USA .
    • Died: 31 March 1997 in Princeton, New Jersey, USA .

  79. William Story (1850-1930)
    • Born: 29 April 1850 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA .
    • Died: 10 April 1930 in Worcester, Massachusetts, USA .

  80. George Birkhoff (1884-1944)
    • Born: 21 March 1884 in Overisel, Michigan, USA .
    • Died: 12 November 1944 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA .

  81. Robert Carmichael (1879-1967)
    • Born: 1 March 1879 in Goodwater, Coosa County, Alabama, USA .
    • Died: 2 May 1967 in Merriam, Northeast Johnson County, Kansas, USA .

  82. Leonard Jimmie Savage (1917-1971)
    • Born: 20 November 1917 in Detroit, Michigan, USA .
    • Died: 1 November 1971 in New Haven, Connecticut, USA .

  83. Emory McClintock (1840-1916)
    • Born: 19 September 1840 in Carlisle, Pennsylvania , USA .
    • Died: 10 July 1916 in Bay Head, New Jersey, USA .

  84. Irving Stringham (1847-1909)
    • Born: 10 December 1847 in Yorkshire Centre, now Delevan, Cattaraugus County, New York, USA .
    • Died: 5 October 1909 in Berkeley, Alameda, California, USA .

  85. Richard Schelp (1936-2010)
    • Born: 21 April 1936 in Kansas City, Missouri, USA .
    • Died: 29 November 2010 in Memphis, Tennessee, USA .

  86. Harry Vandiver (1882-1973)
    • Born: 21 October 1882 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA .
    • Died: 9 January 1973 in Austin, Texas, USA .

  87. Theodore Strong (1790-1869)
    • Born: 26 July 1790 in South Hadley, Massachusetts, USA .
    • Died: 1 February 1869 in New Brunswick, New Jersey, USA .

  88. Martin Kruskal (1925-2006)
    • Born: 28 September 1925 in New York City, New York, USA .
    • Died: 26 December 2006 in Princeton, New Jersey, USA .

  89. William Whyburn (1901-1972)
    • Born: 12 November 1901 in Lewisville, Denton County, Texas, USA .
    • Died: 5 May 1972 in Greenville, North Carolina, USA .

  90. Raymond Wilder (1896-1982)
    • Born: 3 November 1896 in Palmer, Massachusetts, USA .
    • Died: 7 July 1982 in Santa Barbara, California, USA .

  91. Edna Kramer (1902-1984)
    • Born: 11 May 1902 in Manhattan, New York, USA .
    • Died: 9 July 1984 in Manhattan, New York, USA .

  92. Harold Hotelling (1895-1973)
    • Born: 29 September 1895 in Fulda, Minnesota, USA .
    • Died: 26 December 1973 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA .

  93. Cyrus Colton MacDuffee (1895-1961)
    • Born: 29 June 1895 in Oneida, New York, USA .
    • Died: 21 August 1961 in Madison, Wisconsin, USA .

  94. Archie Alexander (1888-1958)
    • Born: 14 May 1888 in Ottumwa, Iowa, USA .
    • Died: 4 January 1958 in Des Moines, Iowa, USA .

  95. Irving Reiner (1924-1986)
    • Born: 8 February 1924 in Brooklyn, New York, USA .
    • Died: 28 October 1986 in Urbana, Illinois, USA .

  96. Max Mason (1877-1961)
    • Born: 26 October 1877 in Madison, Wisconsin, USA .
    • Died: 23 March 1961 in Claremont, California, USA .

  97. John Stallings (1935-2008)
    • Born: 22 July 1935 in Morrilton, Arkansas, USA .
    • Died: 24 November 2008 in Berkeley, California, USA .

  98. Euphemia Lofton Haynes (1890-1980)
    • Born: 11 September 1890 in Washington, D.C., USA .
    • Died: 25 July 1980 in Washington, D.C., USA .

  99. David Blackwell (1919-2010)
    • Born: 24 April 1919 in Centralia, Illinois, USA .
    • Died: 8 July 2010 in Berkeley, California, USA .

  100. Richard Feynman (1918-1988)
    • Born: 11 May 1918 in Manhattan, New York, USA .
    • Died: 15 February 1988 in Los Angeles, California, USA .

  101. Morris Kline (1908-1992)
    • Born: 1 May 1908 in Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USA .
    • Died: 10 June 1992 in Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USA .

  102. Norman Steenrod (1910-1971)
    • Born: 22 April 1910 in Dayton, Ohio, USA .
    • Died: 14 October 1971 in Princeton, New Jersey, USA .

  103. Robert Woodward (1849-1924)
    • Born: 21 July 1849 in Rochester, Oakland County, Michigan, USA .
    • Died: 29 June 1924 in Washington, D.C., USA .

  104. Fischer Black (1938-1995)
    • Born: 11 January 1938 in Georgetown, Washington DC, USA .
    • Died: 30 August 1995 in New York, USA .

  105. Haskell Curry (1900-1982)
    • Born: 12 September 1900 in Millis, Massachusetts, USA .
    • Died: 1 September 1982 in State College, Pennsylvania , USA .

  106. Charles S Peirce (1839-1914)
    • Born: 10 September 1839 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA .
    • Died: 19 April 1914 in Milford, Pennsylvania, USA .

  107. Ron Book (1937-1997)
    • Born: March 1937 in USA .
    • Died: 28 May 1997 in Santa Barbara, California, USA .

  108. George Hill (1838-1914)
    • Born: 3 March 1838 in New York, USA .
    • Died: 16 April 1914 in West Nyack, New York, USA .

  109. Garrett Birkhoff (1911-1996)
    • Born: 19 January 1911 in Princeton, New Jersey, USA .
    • Died: 22 November 1996 in Water Mill, New York, USA .

  110. R H Bing (1914-1986)
    • Born: 20 October 1914 in Oakwood, Texas, USA .
    • Died: 28 April 1986 in Austin, Texas, USA .

  111. Mary Newson (1869-1959)
    • Born: 7 August 1869 in Forreston, Illinois, USA .
    • Died: 5 December 1959 in Poolesville, Maryland, USA .

  112. Edwin Hubble (1889-1953)
    • Born: 20 November 1889 in Marshfield, Missouri, USA .
    • Died: 28 September 1953 in San Marino, California, USA .

  113. Robert Lee Moore (1882-1974)
    • Born: 14 November 1882 in Dallas, Texas, USA .
    • Died: 4 October 1974 in Austin, Texas, USA .

  114. Raymond Brink (1890-1973)
    • Born: 4 January 1890 in Newark, New Jersey, USA .
    • Died: 27 December 1973 in La Jolla, California, USA .

  115. Robert Edward Bowen (1947-1978)
    • Born: 23 February 1947 in Vallejo, California, USA .
    • Died: 30 July 1978 in Santa Rosa, California, USA .

  116. Doris Hellman (1910-1973)
    • Born: 28 August 1910 in New York City, New York, USA .
    • Died: 28 March 1973 in New York City, New York, USA .

  117. Gene Golub (1932-2007)
    • Born: 29 February 1932 in Chicago, USA .
    • Died: 16 November 2007 in Stanford, USA .

  118. Enoch Beery Seitz (1846-1883)
    • Born: 24 August 1846 in Rush Creek Township, Fairfield County, Ohio, USA .
    • Died: 8 October 1883 in Kirksville Benton Township, Adair, Missouri, USA .

  119. J Presper Eckert (1919-1995)
    • Born: 9 April 1919 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania , USA .
    • Died: 3 June 1995 in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, USA .

  120. Martha Betz Shapley (1890-1981)
    • Born: 3 August 1890 in Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri, USA .
    • Died: 24 January 1981 in Tucson, Pima County, Arizona, USA .

  121. Irving Segal (1918-1998)
    • Born: 13 September 1918 in Bronx, New York, USA .
    • Died: 30 August 1998 in Lexington, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA .

  122. Hubert Wall (1902-1971)
    • Born: 2 December 1902 in Rockwell City, Calhoun County, Iowa, USA .
    • Died: 12 September 1971 in Austin, Travis County, Texas, USA .

  123. Richard Kadison (1925-2018)
    • Born: 25 July 1925 in New York City, New York, USA .
    • Died: 22 August 2018 in Narberth, Pennsylvania, USA .

  124. Mina Rees (1902-1997)
    • Born: 2 August 1902 in Cleveland, Ohio, USA .
    • Died: 25 October 1997 in New York City, USA .

  125. A Adrian Albert (1905-1972)
    • Born: 9 November 1905 in Chicago, Illinois, USA .
    • Died: 6 June 1972 in Chicago, Illinois, USA .

  126. Tom Apostol (1923-2016)
    • Born: 20 August 1923 in Helper, Carbon County, Utah, USA .
    • Died: 8 May 2016 in Pasadena, California, USA .

  127. Julia Bowman Robinson (1919-1985)
    • Born: 8 December 1919 in St Louis, Missouri, USA .
    • Died: 30 July 1985 in USA .

  128. Joseph Kruskal (1928-2010)
    • Born: 29 January 1928 in New York City, New York, USA .
    • Died: 19 September 2010 in Maplewood, New Jersey, USA .

  129. Gertrude Cox (1900-1978)
    • Born: 13 January 1900 in Dayton, Iowa, USA .
    • Died: 17 October 1978 in Durham, North Carolina, USA .

  130. George Halsted (1853-1922)
    • Born: 23 November 1853 in Newark, New Jersey, USA .
    • Died: 16 March 1922 in New York, USA .

  131. Edwin Spanier (1921-1996)
    • Born: 8 August 1921 in Washington, D.C., USA .
    • Died: 11 October 1996 in Scottsdale, Arizona, USA .

  132. Olive Clio Hazlett (1890-1974)
    • Born: 27 October 1890 in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA .
    • Died: 8 March 1974 in Keene, New Hampshire, USA .

  133. Herman Hollerith (1860-1929)
    • Born: 29 February 1860 in Buffalo, New York, USA .
    • Died: 17 November 1929 in Washington D.C., USA .

  134. Charles Sims (1937-2017)
    • Born: 14 April 1937 in Elkhart, Indiana, USA .
    • Died: 23 October 2017 in St Petersburg, Florida, USA .

  135. Alfred Hoblitzelle Clifford (1908-1992)
    • Born: 11 July 1908 in St Louis, Missouri, USA .
    • Died: 27 December 1992 in USA .

  136. Mollie Orshansky (1915-2006)
    • Born: 9 January 1915 in Bronx, New York City, USA .
    • Died: 18 December 2006 in Manhattan, New York City, USA .

  137. William Ferrel (1817-1891)
    • Born: 29 January 1817 in Bedford (now Fulton) County, Pennsylvania, USA .
    • Died: 18 September 1891 in Martinsburg, West Virginia, USA .

  138. George Mackey (1916-2006)
    • Born: 1 February 1916 in St Louis, Missouri, USA .
    • Died: 15 March 2006 in Belmont, Massachusetts, USA .

  139. Donald C Spencer (1912-2001)
    • Born: 25 April 1912 in Boulder, Colorado, USA .
    • Died: 23 December 2001 in Durango, Colorado, USA .

  140. Bill Thurston (1946-2012)
    • Born: 30 October 1946 in Washington, D.C., USA .
    • Died: 21 August 2012 in Rochester, New York, USA .

  141. Elizabeth Scott (1917-1988)
    • Born: 23 November 1917 in Fort Sill, Oklahoma, USA .
    • Died: 20 December 1988 in Berkeley, California, USA .

  142. George Dantzig (1914-2005)
    • Born: 8 November 1914 in Portland, Oregon, USA .
    • Died: 13 May 2005 in Palo Alto, California, USA .

  143. Raymond Smullyan (1919-2017)
    • Born: 25 May 1919 in Far Rockaway, Long Island, New York City, USA .
    • Died: 6 February 2017 in Hudson, New York, USA .

  144. Ellis Kolchin (1916-1991)
    • Born: 18 April 1916 in New York City, New York, USA .
    • Died: 30 October 1991 in New York City, New York, USA .

  145. Edwin Beckenbach (1906-1982)
    • Born: 18 July 1906 in Dallas, Texas, USA .
    • Died: 5 September 1982 in Los Angeles, California, USA .

  146. Raphael Robinson (1911-1995)
    • Born: 2 November 1911 in National City, California, USA .
    • Died: 27 January 1995 in Berkeley, California, USA .

  147. Walter Shewhart (1891-1967)
    • Born: 18 March 1891 in New Canton Illinois, USA .
    • Died: 11 March 1967 in Troy Hills, New Jersey, USA .

  148. Alfred Foster (1904-1994)
    • Born: 13 July 1904 in New York City, New York, USA .
    • Died: 24 December 1994 in Berkeley, California, USA .

  149. Maxime Bôcher (1867-1918)
    • Born: 28 August 1867 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA .
    • Died: 12 September 1918 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA .

  150. Edwin Olds (1898-1961)
    • Born: 20 April 1898 in Buffalo, Erie, New York, USA .
    • Died: 10 October 1961 in Pittsburgh, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, USA .

  151. Joseph Walsh (1895-1973)
    • Born: 21 September 1895 in Washington, D.C., USA .
    • Died: 6 December 1973 in College Park, Maryland, USA .

  152. Ward Cheney (1929-2016)
    • Born: 28 June 1929 in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, USA .
    • Died: 13 July 2016 in Austin, Texas, USA .

  153. Nathaniel Bowditch (1773-1838)
    • Born: 26 March 1773 in Salem, Massachusetts, USA .
    • Died: 16 March 1838 in Boston, USA .

  154. Francis Upton (1852-1921)
    • Born: 26 July 1852 in Peabody, Massachusetts, USA .
    • Died: 10 March 1921 in Orange, New Jersey, USA .

  155. Henry Scheffé (1907-1977)
    • Born: 11 April 1907 in New York, USA .
    • Died: 5 July 1977 in Berkeley, California, USA .

  156. Benjamin Banneker (1731-1806)
    • Born: 9 November 1731 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA .
    • Died: 9 October 1806 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA .

  157. Luther Eisenhart (1876-1965)
    • Born: 13 January 1876 in York, Pennsylvania, USA .
    • Died: 28 October 1965 in Princeton, New Jersey, USA .

  158. Schieffelin Claytor (1908-1967)
    • Born: 4 January 1908 in Norfolk, Virginia, USA .
    • Died: 14 July 1967 in Washington, D.C., USA .

  159. John Hildebrant (1935-2003)
    • Born: 8 August 1935 in Bartlesville, Oklahoma, USA .
    • Died: 3 June 2003 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA .

  160. Don Carlson (1938-2010)
    • Born: 8 March 1938 in Tampico, Illinois, USA .
    • Died: 21 August 2010 in St Louis, Missouri, USA .

  161. Norman Levinson (1912-1975)
    • Born: 11 August 1912 in Lynn, Massachusetts, USA .
    • Died: 10 October 1975 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA .

  162. George Miller (1863-1951)
    • Born: 31 July 1863 in Lynnville, Pennsylvania, USA .
    • Died: 10 February 1951 in Urbana, Illinois, USA .

  163. Herbert Ellsworth Slaught (1861-1937)
    • Born: 21 July 1861 in Watkins, New York, USA .
    • Died: 21 May 1937 in Chicago, Illinois, USA .

  164. Jesse Douglas (1897-1965)
    • Born: 3 July 1897 in New York, USA .
    • Died: 7 October 1965 in New York, USA .

  165. James Alexander (1888-1971)
    • Born: 19 September 1888 in Sea Bright, New Jersey, USA .
    • Died: 23 September 1971 in Princeton, New Jersey, USA .

  166. Daniel Quillen (1940-2011)
    • Born: 27 June 1940 in Orange, New Jersey, USA .
    • Died: 30 April 2011 in Gainsville, Florida, USA .

  167. Louis Karpinski (1878-1956)
    • Born: 5 August 1878 in Rochester, New York, USA .
    • Died: 25 January 1956 in Winter Haven, Florida, USA .

  168. Paul Cohen (1934-2007)
    • Born: 2 April 1934 in Long Branch, New Jersey, USA .
    • Died: 23 March 2007 in Palo Alto, California, USA .

  169. Derrick Henry Lehmer (1905-1991)
    • Born: 23 February 1905 in Berkeley, California, USA .
    • Died: 22 May 1991 in Berkeley, California, USA .

  170. Erastus De Forest (1834-1888)
    • Born: 27 June 1834 in Watertown, Connecticut, USA .
    • Died: 6 June 1888 in Watertown, Connecticut, USA .

  171. James Pierpont (1866-1938)
    • Born: 16 June 1866 in New Haven, Connecticut, USA .
    • Died: 9 December 1938 in San Mateo, California, USA .

  172. Vivienne Malone-Mayes (1932-1995)
    • Born: 10 February 1932 in Waco, Texas, USA .
    • Died: 9 June 1995 in Temple, Texas, USA .

  173. Frank Cole (1861-1926)
    • Born: 20 September 1861 in Ashland, Massachusetts, USA .
    • Died: 26 May 1926 in New York, USA .

  174. George Forsythe (1917-1972)
    • Born: 8 January 1917 in State College, Center, Pennsylvania, USA .
    • Died: 9 April 1972 in Stanford, Santa Clara, California, USA .

  175. Ralph Boas (1912-1992)
    • Born: 8 August 1912 in Walla Walla, Washington, USA .
    • Died: 25 July 1992 in Seattle, Washington, USA .

  176. Joel E Hendricks (1818-1893)
    • Born: 10 March 1818 in Hilltown, Bucks county, Pennsylvania, USA .
    • Died: 8 June 1893 in Des Moines, Iowa, USA .

  177. Elbert Cox (1895-1969)
    • Born: 5 December 1895 in Evansville, Indiana, USA .
    • Died: 28 November 1969 in Washington, D.C., USA .

  178. Carl Boyer (1906-1976)
    • Born: 3 November 1906 in Hellertown, Pennsylvania, USA .
    • Died: 26 April 1976 in Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USA .

  179. Richard Bellman (1920-1984)
    • Born: 26 August 1920 in Brooklyn, New York City, USA .
    • Died: 19 March 1984 in Los Angeles, California, USA .

  180. Louis Auslander (1928-1997)
    • Born: 12 July 1928 in Brooklyn, New York, USA .
    • Died: 25 February 1997 in New York, USA .

  181. Samuel Wilks (1906-1964)
    • Born: 17 June 1906 in Little Elm, Texas, USA .
    • Died: 7 March 1964 in Princeton, New Jersey, USA .

  182. Henry White (1861-1943)
    • Born: 20 May 1861 in Cazenovia, New York, USA .
    • Died: 20 May 1943 in Poughkeepsie, New York, USA .

  183. Charles Noble (1867-1962)
    • Born: 14 August 1867 in Soquel, Santa Cruz, California, USA .
    • Died: 7 May 1962 in Berkeley, California, USA .

  184. Howard Van Amringe (1835-1915)
    • Born: 3 April 1835 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA .
    • Died: 10 September 1915 in Morristown, New Jersey, USA .

  185. Samuel Loyd (1841-1911)
    • Born: 31 January 1841 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania , USA .
    • Died: 10 April 1911 in New York, USA .

  186. Frank Harary (1921-2005)
    • Born: 11 March 1921 in New York City, New York, USA .
    • Died: 4 January 2005 in Las Cruces, New Mexico, USA .

  187. Thomas Craig (1855-1900)
    • Born: 20 December 1855 in Pittston, Luzerne county, Pennsylvania, USA .
    • Died: 8 May 1900 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA .

  188. Benjamin Osgood Peirce (1854-1914)
    • Born: 11 February 1854 in Beverly, Massachusetts, USA .
    • Died: 14 January 1914 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA .

  189. Alice T Schafer (1915-2009)
    • Born: 18 June 1915 in Richmond, Virginia, USA .
    • Died: 27 September 2009 in Lexington, Massachusetts, USA .

  190. Thomas Scott Fiske (1865-1944)
    • Born: 12 May 1865 in New York, USA .
    • Died: 10 January 1944 in Poughkeepsie, New York, USA .

  191. Ernest Wilkins (1923-2011)
    • Born: 27 November 1923 in Chicago, Illinois, USA .
    • Died: 1 May 2011 in Fountain Hills, Arizona, USA .

  192. David Hayes (1937-2011)
    • Born: 14 July 1937 in Raleigh, North Carolina, USA .
    • Died: 10 April 2011 in Athol, Massachusetts, USA .

  193. Lloyd Williams (1888-1976)
    • Born: 3 October 1888 in Friendship, near Labette, Kansas, USA .
    • Died: 31 January 1976 in Pennsylvania, USA .

  194. William Kruskal (1919-2005)
    • Born: 10 October 1919 in New York City, New York, USA .
    • Died: 21 April 2005 in Chicago, USA .

  195. Carol Karp (1926-1972)
    • Born: 10 August 1926 in Forest Grove, Ottawa County, Michigan, USA .
    • Died: 20 August 1972 in Maryland, USA .

  196. Jack Kiefer (1924-1981)
    • Born: 25 Jan 1924 in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA .
    • Died: 10 Aug 1981 in Berkeley, California, USA .

  197. Claude E Shannon (1916-2001)
    • Born: 30 April 1916 in Gaylord, Michigan, USA .
    • Died: 24 February 2001 in Medford, Massachusetts, USA .

  198. Saunders Mac Lane (1909-2005)
    • Born: 4 August 1909 in Norwich, Connecticut, USA .
    • Died: 14 April 2005 in San Francisco, California, USA .

  199. Christine Ladd-Franklin (1847-1930)
    • Born: 1 December 1847 in Windsor, Connecticut, USA .
    • Died: 5 March 1930 in New York City, New York, USA .

  200. David Rittenhouse (1732-1796)
    • Born: 8 April 1732 in Paper Mill Run, near Germantown, Pennsylvania, USA .
    • Died: 26 June 1796 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA .

  201. Woolsey Johnson (1841-1927)
    • Born: 23 June 1841 in Owego, Tioga County, New York,USA .
    • Died: 14 May 1927 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA .

  202. Lester R Ford (1886-1967)
    • Born: 25 October 1886 in Missouri, USA .
    • Died: 11 November 1967 in Charlottesville, Virginia, USA .

  203. Annie Jump Cannon (1863-1941)
    • Born: 11 December 1863 in Dover, Delaware, USA .
    • Died: 13 April 1941 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA .

  204. Rufus Isaacs (1914-1981)
    • Born: 11 June 1914 in New York City, New York, USA .
    • Died: 18 January 1981 in Baltimore, USA .

  205. Herbert Robbins (1915-2001)
    • Born: 12 January 1915 in New Castle, Pennsylvania, USA .
    • Died: 12 February 2001 in Princeton, New Jersey, USA .

  206. David Eugene Smith (1860-1944)
    • Born: 21 January 1860 in Cortland, New York, USA .
    • Died: 29 July 1944 in New York City, New York, USA .

  207. Edward Huntington (1874-1952)
    • Born: 26 April 1874 in Clinton, New York, USA .
    • Died: 25 November 1952 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA .

  208. Forest Ray Moulton (1872-1952)
    • Born: 29 April 1872 in LeRoy, Michigan, USA .
    • Died: 7 December 1952 in Wilmette, Illinois, USA .

  209. William Wager Cooper (1914-2012)
    • Born: 23 July 1914 in Birmingham, Alabama, USA .
    • Died: 20 June 2012 in Austin, Texas, USA .

  210. Derrick Norman Lehmer (1867-1938)
    • Born: 27 July 1867 in Somerset, Indiana, USA .
    • Died: 8 September 1938 in Berkeley, California, USA .

  211. Kelly Miller (1863-1939)
    • Born: 23 July 1863 in Winnsboro, South Carolina, USA .
    • Died: 29 December 1939 in Washington, D.C., USA .

  212. Frederick Mosteller (1916-2006)
    • Born: 24 December 1916 in Clarksburg, West Virginia, USA .
    • Died: 23 July 2006 in Falls Church, Virginia, USA .

  213. Mary Ellen Rudin (1924-2013)
    • Born: 7 December 1924 in Hillsboro, Texas, USA .
    • Died: 18 March 2013 in Madison, Wisconsin, USA .

  214. Anna Mullikin (1893-1975)
    • Born: 7 March 1893 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA .
    • Died: 24 August 1975 in Philadelphia, USA .

  215. Edward Van Vleck (1863-1943)
    • Born: 7 June 1863 in Middletown, Connecticut, USA .
    • Died: 2 June 1943 in Madison, Wisconsin, USA .

  216. Andrew Gleason (1921-2008)
    • Born: 4 November 1921 in Fresno, California, USA .
    • Died: 17 October 2008 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA .

  217. John Backus (1924-2007)
    • Born: 3 December 1924 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA .
    • Died: 17 March 2007 in Ashland, Jackson, Oregon, USA .

  218. Earle Raymond Hedrick (1876-1943)
    • Born: 27 September 1876 in Union City, Randolph, Indiana, USA .
    • Died: 3 February 1943 in Los Angeles, California, USA .

  219. Oliver Kellogg (1878-1932)
    • Born: 10 July 1878 in Linwood, Pennsylvania, USA .
    • Died: 26 July 1932 in Greenville, Maine, USA .

  220. Magnus Wenninger (1919-2017)
    • Born: 31 October 1919 in Park Falls, Wisconsin, USA .
    • Died: 17 February 2017 in Collegeville, Minnesota, USA .

  221. Paul Kelly (1915-1995)
    • Born: 26 June 1915 in Riverside, California, USA .
    • Died: 1995 in Santa Barbara, California, USA .

  222. Jacob T Schwartz (1930-2009)
    • Born: 9 January 1930 in New York City, USA .
    • Died: 2 March 2009 in New York, USA .

  223. Edwin Wilson (1879-1964)
    • Born: 25 April 1879 in Hartford, Connecticut, USA .
    • Died: 28 December 1964 in Brookline, Massachusetts, USA .

  224. Henry Fine (1858-1928)
    • Born: 14 September 1858 in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania , USA .
    • Died: 22 December 1928 in Princeton, New Jersey, USA .

  225. Sewall Green Wright (1889-1988)
    • Born: 21 December 1889 in Melrose, Massachusetts, USA .
    • Died: 3 March 1988 in Madison, Wisconsin, USA .

  226. David Gilbarg (1918-2001)
    • Born: 17 September 1918 in Boston, Massachussets, USA .
    • Died: 20 April 2001 in Palo Alto, California, USA .

  227. Herman Goldstine (1913-2004)
    • Born: 13 September 1913 in Chicago, Illinois, USA .
    • Died: 16 June 2004 in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, USA .

  228. Steve Rallis (1942-2012)
    • Born: 17 May 1942 in Bennington, Vermont, USA .
    • Died: 17 April 2012 in Columbus, Ohio, USA .

  229. Elliott Montroll (1916-1983)
    • Born: 4 May 1916 in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, USA .
    • Died: 3 December 1983 in Chevy Chase, Maryland, USA .

  230. Henrietta Swan Leavitt (1868-1921)
    • Born: 4 July 1868 in Lancaster, Worcester County, Massachusetts, USA .
    • Died: 12 December 1921 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA .

  231. Clarence Lewis (1883-1964)
    • Born: 12 April 1883 in Stoneham, Massachusetts, USA .
    • Died: 3 February 1964 in Menlo Park, California, USA .

  232. Warren Weaver (1894-1978)
    • Born: 17 July 1894 in Reedsburg, Wisconsin, USA .
    • Died: 24 November 1978 in Upper Milford, Connecticut, USA .

  233. J Willard Gibbs (1839-1903)
    • Born: 11 February 1839 in New Haven, Connecticut, USA .
    • Died: 28 April 1903 in New Haven, Connecticut, USA .

  234. Deane Montgomery (1909-1992)
    • Born: 2 September 1909 in Weaver, Minnesota, USA .
    • Died: Deane Montgomery was an American mathematician who worked in algebraic and geometric topology15 March 1992 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA .

  235. David Gale (1921-2008)
    • Born: 13 December 1921 in Manhattan, New York, USA .
    • Died: 7 March 2008 in Berkeley, California, USA .

  236. Harlow Shapley (1885-1972)
    • Born: 2 November 1885 in near Nashville, Missouri, USA .
    • Died: 20 October 1972 in Boulder, Colorado, USA .

  237. Grace Hopper (1906-1992)
    • Born: 9 December 1906 in New York, USA .
    • Died: 1 January 1992 in Arlington, Virginia, USA .

  238. James Serrin (1926-2012)
    • Born: 1 November 1926 in Chicago, Illinois, USA .
    • Died: 23 August 2012 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA .

  239. Edward Lorenz (1917-2008)
    • Born: 23 May 1917 in West Hartford, Connecticut, USA .
    • Died: 16 April 2008 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA .

  240. Otton Nikodym (1887-1974)
    • Died: 4 May 1974 in Utica, USA .
    • From 1948 to 1965 he worked in USA at the private Kenyon College in Gambier, Ohio.
    • He lectured in Italy, Belgium, France, England, Germany, Romania, Canada and at universities in USA.
    • The National Science Foundation in the USA asked him what to do to raise the level of mathematics in USA.

  241. John von Neumann (1903-1957)
    • Died: 8 February 1957 in Washington D.C., USA .
    • He was elected to many academies including the Academia Nacional de Ciencias Exactas (Lima, Peru), Academia Nazionale dei Lincei (Rome, Italy), American Academy of Arts and Sciences (USA), American Philosophical Society (USA), Instituto Lombardo di Scienze e Lettere (Milan, Italy), National Academy of Sciences (USA) and Royal Netherlands Academy of Sciences and Letters (Amsterdam, The Netherlands).

  242. Max Dehn (1878-1952)
    • Died: 27 June 1952 in Black Mountain, North Carolina, USA .
    • In October 1940 the Dehns emigrated to the USA, travelling from Norway to Stockholm in Sweden, then on to Moscow in Russia from where they took the trans-Siberian train to Vladivostok.
    • Once in the USA Dehn taught at several universities and colleges, for instance at the University of Idaho in Pocatello, the Illinois Institute of Technology and St John's College in Annapolis, Maryland.

  243. Fabian Franklin (1853-1939)
    • Died: 9 January 1939 in New York, New York, USA .
    • They had eight children: Helen Franklin born 1841 in Poland; Emily Franklin born 1843 in Hungary; Etel Franklin born 1845 in Hungary; Rose Franklin born 1847 in Hungary; Julia Franklin born 1848 in Hungary; Fabian Franklin, the subject of this biography, born 1853 in Hungary; Diana Franklin born 1858 in Philadelphia, USA; and Flora Franklin born 1860 in Philadelphia, USA.

  244. William Cochran (1909-1980)
    • Died: 29 March 1980 in Orleans, Massachusetts, USA .
    • He had almost become a professional at starting statistics within universities in the USA.
    • Cochran did much to promote statistics within the USA.

  245. George E Andrews (1938-)
    • Born: 4 December 1938 in Salem, Oregon, USA .
    • USA 102 (13) (2005), 4663-4665.','1]:- .
    • USA 102 (13) (2005), 4663-4665.','1]:- .

  246. Catherine Steele (1903-1995)
    • Died: 3 December 1995 in Lacy, Washington, USA .
    • At Philadelphia, USA, on 20 October 1939, to Dr and Mrs L H Bock (Catherine C Steele), 127 Tyson Avenue, Glenside, Pennsylvania, a son.
    • In USA on 27 February 1942, to Dr and Mrs Louis Bock (Catherine C Steele), Boyd Road, Huntington Valley, Pennsylvania, a son.

  247. Jacob Wolfowitz (1910-1981)
    • Died: 16 July 1981 in Tampa, Florida, USA .
    • Jacob Wolfowitz's father emigrated to the USA in 1914 and Jacob joined him in 1920 when he was ten years old.
    • Paul Wolfowitz became the Deputy Secretary of Defense (sic) for the USA in March 2001.

  248. Nigel Kalton (1946-2010)
    • Died: 31 August 2010 in Columbia, Missouri, USA .
    • Garling spent the year 1969-70 at Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, USA and Kalton went to Lehigh for the year as a visiting lecturer.

  249. Albert Einstein (1879-1955)
    • Died: 18 April 1955 in Princeton, New Jersey, USA .
    • He left his scientific papers to the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, a university which he had raised funds for on his first visit to the USA, served as a governor of the university from 1925 to 1928 but he had turned down the offer of a post in 1933 as he was very critical of its administration.

  250. Irving Kaplansky (1917-2006)
    • Died: 25 June 2006 in Sherman Oaks, Los Angeles, California, USA .
    • This is a mathematical contest for students from the USA and Canada.

  251. Shreeram Shankar Abhyankar (1930-2012)
    • Died: 2 November 2012 in West Lafayette, Indiana, USA .
    • He arranged a free passage on a ship sailing to the USA but took ill on the voyage and was put ashore in England where he recovered in hospital over a period of two months.

  252. John Kemeny (1926-1992)
    • Died: 26 December 1992 in Etna, New Hampshire, USA .
    • Princeton USA (an intervview with Kemeny) .

  253. Harry Bateman (1882-1946)
    • Died: 21 January 1946 in Pasadena, California, USA .
    • He was a top class chess player, however, good enough to represent Britain in a match against the USA when he was an undergraduate at Cambridge.

  254. Raj Chandra Bose (1901-1987)
    • Died: 31 October 1987 in Fort Collins, Colorado, USA .
    • RC and Mrs Bose were a much travelled pair, both in the USA and worldwide.

  255. Herta Freitag (1908-2000)
    • Died: 25 January 2000 in Roanoke, Virginia, USA .
    • (1953) from Columbia University, USA.

  256. Robert Schatten (1911-1977)
    • Died: 26 August 1977 in New York, USA .
    • Article by: E W Cheney, Austin, Texas, USA .

  257. George G Lorentz (1910-2006)
    • Died: 1 January 2006 in Chico, California, USA .
    • I lived with this document until my USA naturalisation 13 years later.

  258. Donald Higman (1928-2006)
    • Died: 13 February, 2006 in Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA .
    • Hazel Barrett was born in Seattle, Washington, USA, in March 1905.

  259. Cecilia Payne-Gaposchkin (1900-1979)
    • Died: 7 December 1979 in Tewksbury, Massachusetts, USA .
    • In the interview [',' O Gingerich, Interview of Cecilia Payne-Gaposchkin on 1968 March 5, Niels Bohr Library & Archives, American Institute of Physics, College Park, MD, USA.','8] she explained how she came to undertake the work which led to her famous thesis, work which was not what Shapley suggested she undertook:- .

  260. Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790)
    • Died: 17 April 1790 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA .
    • Article by: Paul C Pasles, Villanova University,USA.Click on this link to see a list of the Glossary entries for this page .

  261. John Williamson (1901-1949)
    • Died: 1949 in Baltimore, USA .
    • Williamson left St Andrews when he accepted a Associate Professorship in Mathematics at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, USA.

  262. Lipman Bers (1914-1993)
    • Died: 29 October 1993 in New Rochelle, New York, USA .
    • Bers applied for a visa to the USA and, while waiting to obtain permission, he wrote two papers on Green's functions and integral representations.

  263. Zoltán Balogh (1953-2002)
    • Died: 19 June 2002 in Oxford, Ohio, USA .
    • His early departure at the height of his creative power is a considerable loss for mathematics both in Hungary and in the USA.

  264. Richard von Mises (1883-1953)
    • Died: 14 July 1953 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA .
    • Geiringer followed him to the USA and they were married in 1943.

  265. Walter Feit (1930-2004)
    • Died: 29 July 2004 in Branford, Connecticut, USA .
    • Feit died after a long illness at the Connecticut Hospice in Branford, Connecticut, USA.

  266. Ronald Graham (1935-)
    • Born: 31 October 1935 in Taft, California, USA .
    • Furthermore, his talks and his writings have done much to shape the positive public image of mathematical research in the USA, as well as to inspire young people to enter the subject.

  267. Mary Lee Wheat Gray (1939-)
    • Born: 4 April 1939 in Hastings, Nebraska, USA .
    • Her concern for the rights of all humans is evidenced by her involvement with Amnesty International, currently as Treasurer and member of the Board of Directors of Amnesty International USA.

  268. Emmy Noether (1882-1935)
    • Died: 14 April 1935 in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, USA .
    • She accepted a one-year visiting professorship at Bryn Mawr College in the USA and in October 1933 sailed to the United States on the ship Bremen to take up the appointment.

  269. Robert Allardice (1862-1928)
    • Died: 6 May 1928 in Palo Alto, California, USA .
    • He remained in this post until 1892 when he was appointed Professor of Mathematics at Leland-Stanford Junior University, California, USA.

  270. Isaac Schoenberg (1903-1990)
    • Died: 21 February 1990 in Madison, Dane, Wisconsin, USA .
    • Five months later Schoenberg's father-in-law Edmund Landau died and his mother-in-law Marianne Landau (1886-1963), a daughter of Paul Ehrlich (Nobel Laureate and founder of Chemotherapy), emigrated to the USA and joined them in Waterville.

  271. Nathan Mendelsohn (1917-2006)
    • Born: 14 April 1917 in Brooklyn, New York, USA .
    • Teams consisting of three students took part in this mathematical contest between universities from the USA and Canada.

  272. Hans Samelson (1916-2005)
    • Died: 22 September 2005 in Palo Alto, California, USA .
    • It was clear from the beginning that my only chance was eventual immigration into the USA; in Switzerland my stay was definitely temporary, but as long as I got enough money from home or otherwise to live on - but not from work - they let me stay.

  273. Kurt Gödel (1906-1978)
    • Died: 14 January 1978 in Princeton, New Jersey, USA .
    • Soon after his recovery he received the first call to a Guest Professorship in the USA.

  274. Sydney Chapman (1888-1970)
    • Died: 16 June 1970 in Boulder, Colorado, USA .
    • These became his two main bases, but his visits to other places included Michigan and Minnesota in the USA, Istanbul, Ibadan, Cairo, Prague, Tokyo and Russia.

  275. Dirk Struik (1894-2000)
    • Died: 21 October 2000 in Belmont, Massachusetts, USA .
    • He decided to visit the USA and left for New York in November 1926.

  276. Samuel Eilenberg (1913-1998)
    • Died: 30 January 1998 in New York, USA .
    • Its results were well received both in Poland and the USA.

  277. Stanislaw Knapowski (1931-1967)
    • Died: 28 September 1967 in Florida, USA .
    • During the academic year 1962-63 he taught at Tulane University in New Orleans, USA, returning to Poland during 1963.

  278. Barry Mazur (1937-)
    • Born: 19 December 1937 in New York, New York, USA .

  279. Rajeev Motwani (1962-2009)
    • Died: 5 June 2009 in Atherton, San Mateo County, California, USA .

  280. Joseph Wedderburn (1882-1948)
    • Died: 9 October 1948 in Princeton, New Jersey, USA .

  281. Edgar Raymond Lorch (1907-1990)
    • Died: 5 March 1990 in Manhattan, New York City, New York County, USA .

  282. Frantisek Wolf (1904-1989)
    • Died: 12 August 1989 in Berkeley, California, USA .

  283. Hanno Rund (1925-1993)
    • Died: 5 January 1993 in Tucson, Arizona, USA .

  284. Gábor Szeg (1895-1985)
    • Died: 7 August 1985 in Palo Alto, California USA .

  285. Vladimir Voevodsky (1966-2017)
    • Died: 30 September 2017 in Princceton, New Jersey, USA .

  286. Robion Kirby (1938-)
    • Born: 25 February 1938 in Chicago, Illinois, USA .

  287. Akos Seress (1958-2013)
    • Died: 13 February 2013 in Columbus, Ohio, USA .

  288. Gloria Olive (1923-2006)
    • Born: 8 June 1923 in New York City, USA .

  289. Charles Fefferman (1949-)
    • Born: 18 April 1949 in Washington, D.C., USA .

  290. Lenore Blum (1942-)
    • Born: 18 December 1942 in New York, USA .

  291. Laurence Chisholm Young (1905-2000)
    • Died: 24 December 2000 in Madison, Wisconsin, USA .

  292. Katherine Johnson (1918-)
    • Born: 26 August 1918 in White Sulphur Springs, Greenbrier County, West Virginia, USA .

  293. Jerzy Neyman (1894-1981)
    • Died: 5 August 1981 in Oakland, California, USA .

  294. Goro Shimura (1930-2019)
    • Died: 3 May 2019 in Princeton, New Jersey, USA .

  295. Abigail Thompson (1958-)
    • Born: 30 June 1958 in Norwalk, Connecticut, USA .

  296. Pauline Sperry (1885-1967)
    • Born: 5 March 1885 in Peabody, Massachusetts, USA .

  297. Ida Rhodes (1900-1986)
    • Died: 1 February 1986 in Rockville, Maryland, USA .

  298. Donald Solitar (1932-2008)
    • Born: 5 September 1932 in Brooklyn, New York, USA .

  299. Frank Levin (1927-2011)
    • Born: 19 June 1927 in Dayton, Ohio, USA .

  300. Benoit Mandelbrot (1924-2010)
    • Died: 14 October 2010 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA .

  301. Kuo-Tsai Chen (1923-1987)
    • Died: August 1987 in Urbana, USA .

  302. Otto Neugebauer (1899-1990)
    • Died: 19 February 1990 in Princeton, New Jersey, USA .

  303. Lucien Le Cam (1924-2000)
    • Died: 25 April 2000 in Berkeley, California, USA .

  304. Elizabeth Fennema (1928-)
    • Born: 8 April 1928 in Winfield, Kansas, USA .

  305. Hans Zassenhaus (1912-1991)
    • Died: 21 November 1991 in Columbus, Ohio, USA .

  306. Joan Sylvia Lyttle Birman (1927-)
    • Born: 30 May 1927 in New York City, New York, USA .

  307. Salomon Bochner (1899-1982)
    • Died: 2 May 1982 in Houston, Texas, USA .

  308. Hyman Bass (1932-)
    • Born: 5 October 1932 in Houston, Texas, USA .

  309. Anneli Lax (1922-1999)
    • Died: 24 September 1999 in New York City, New York, USA .

  310. Eric Temple Bell (1883-1960)
    • Died: 21 December 1960 in Watsonville, California, USA .

  311. Juha Heinonen (1960-2007)
    • Died: 30 October 2007 in Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA .

  312. John Pople (1925-2004)
    • Died: 15 March 2004 in Chicago, Illinois, USA .

  313. Karen Smith (1965-)
    • Born: 9 May 1965 in Red Bank, New Jersey, USA .

  314. Gloria Hewitt (1935-)
    • Born: 26 October 1935 in Sumter, South Carolina, USA .

  315. Edwin P Adams (1878-1956)
    • Died: 31 December 1956 in Princeton, USA .

  316. Lars Ahlfors (1907-1996)
    • Died: 11 October 1996 in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, USA .

  317. Alice Bache Gould (1868-1953)
    • Born: 5 January 1868 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA .

  318. Eleanor Pairman (1896-1973)
    • Died: 14 September 1973 in White River Junction, Vermont, USA .

  319. Charles Loewner (1893-1968)
    • Died: 8 January 1968 in Stanford, California, USA .

  320. Marshall Stone (1903-1989)
    • Born: 8 April 1903 in New York, USA .

  321. Herman Chernoff (1923-)
    • Born: 1 July 1923 in New York City, New York, USA .

  322. Peter Ladislaw Hammer (1936-2006)
    • Died: 27 December 2006 in Princeton, New Jersey, USA .

  323. Phillip Griffiths (1938-)
    • Born: 18 October 1938 in Raleigh, North Carolina, USA .

  324. Abraham Robinson (1918-1974)
    • Died: 11 April 1974 in New Haven, Connecticut, USA .

  325. Karl Menger (1902-1985)
    • Died: 5 October 1985 in Chicago, Illinois, USA .

  326. Richard Tapia (1939-)
    • Born: 25 March 1939 in Santa Monica, California, USA .

  327. David Foulis (1930-)
    • Born: 26 July 1930 in Hinsdale, Illinois, USA .

  328. Mark Kac (1914-1984)
    • Died: 26 October 1984 in California, USA .

  329. Yudell Luke (1918-1983)
    • Born: 26 June 1918 in Kansas City, Missouri, USA .

  330. Kurt Friedrichs (1901-1982)
    • Died: 31 December 1982 in New Rochelle, New York, USA .

  331. Tjalling Charles Koopmans (1910-1985)
    • Died: 26 February 1985 in New Haven Connecticut, USA .

  332. Sarvadaman Chowla (1907-1995)
    • Died: 10 December 1995 in Laramie, Wyoming, USA .

  333. Karen Uhlenbeck (1942-)
    • Born: 24 August 1942 in Cleveland, Ohio, USA .

  334. Chuan-Chih Hsiung (1915-2009)
    • Died: 6 May 2009 in Needham, Massachusetts, USA .

  335. Hassler Whitney (1907-1989)
    • Born: 23 March 1907 in New York, USA .

  336. Stefan Warschawski (1904-1989)
    • Died: 5 May 1989 in San Diego, California, USA .

  337. Dennis Sullivan (1941-)
    • Born: 12 February 1941 in Port Huron, Michigan, USA .

  338. Isadore Singer (1924-)
    • Born: 3 May 1924 in Detroit, Michigan, USA .

  339. Antoni Zygmund (1900-1992)
    • Died: 30 May 1992 in Chicago, Illinois, USA .

  340. John Torrence Tate (1925-)
    • Born: 13 March 1925 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA .

  341. Max Black (1909-1988)
    • Died: 27 August 1988 in Ithaca, USA .

  342. Simon Newcomb (1835-1909)
    • Died: 11 July 1909 in Washington, D.C., USA .

  343. Heinrich Maschke (1853-1908)
    • Died: 1 March 1908 in Chicago, Illinois, USA .

  344. Martin Davis (1928-)
    • Born: 8 March 1928 in New York City, New York, USA .

  345. Alfred Tarski (1901-1983)
    • Died: 26 October 1983 in Berkeley, California, USA .

  346. Yitz Herstein (1923-1988)
    • Died: 9 February 1988 in Chicago, Illinois, USA .

  347. Ernest Wilczynski (1876-1932)
    • Died: 14 September 1932 in Denver, Colorado, USA .

  348. Lee Segel (1932-2005)
    • Born: 5 February 1932 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA .

  349. Emil Post (1897-1954)
    • Died: 21 April 1954 in New York, USA .

  350. Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar (1910-1995)
    • Died: 21 August 1995 in Chicago, Illinois, USA .

  351. Hans Rademacher (1892-1969)
    • Died: 7 February 1969 in Haverford, Pennsylvania, USA .

  352. Leonard Roth (1904-1968)
    • Died: 28 November 1968 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA .

  353. Hans Lewy (1904-1988)
    • Died: 23 August 1988 in Berkeley, California, USA .

  354. Thomas Fuller (1710-1790)
    • Died: 1790 in Alexandria, Virginia, USA .

  355. Max Zorn (1906-1993)
    • Died: 9 March 1993 in Bloomington, Indiana, USA .

  356. Hans Bethe (1906-2005)
    • Died: 6 March 2005 in Ithaca, New York, USA .

  357. George Uhlenbeck (1900-1988)
    • Died: 31 October 1988 in Boulder, Colorado, USA .

  358. Menahem Schiffer (1911-1997)
    • Died: 11 November 1997 in Palo Alto, California, USA .

  359. Maximilian Herzberger (1899-1982)
    • Died: 9 April 1982 in New Orleans, USA .

  360. Cathleen Morawetz (1923-2017)
    • Died: 8 August 2017 in New York City, New York, USA .

  361. Shanti Swarup Gupta (1925-2002)
    • Died: 11 January 2002 in West Lafayette, Indiana, USA .

  362. Paul Dirac (1902-1984)
    • Died: 20 October 1984 in Tallahassee, Florida, USA .

  363. Arne Beurling (1905-1986)
    • Died: 20 November 1986 in Princeton, New Jersey, USA .

  364. Philipp Frank (1884-1966)
    • Died: 21 July 1966 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA .

  365. Gordon Welchman (1906-1985)
    • Died: 8 October 1985 in Newburyport, Massachusetts, USA .

  366. Stephen Smale (1930-)
    • Born: 15 July 1930 in Flint, Michigan, USA .

  367. Louis Mordell (1888-1972)
    • Born: 28 January 1888 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA .

  368. Tosio Kato (1917-1999)
    • Died: 2 October 1999 in Oakland, California, USA .

  369. Maryam Mirzakhani (1977-2017)
    • Died: 14 July 2017 in California, USA .

  370. Wei-Liang Chow (1911-1995)
    • Died: 10 August 1995 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA .

  371. Felix Browder (1927-2016)
    • Died: 10 December 2016 in Princeton, New Jersey, USA .

  372. Lee Lorch (1915-2014)
    • Born: 20 September 1915 in New York City, USA .

  373. Raoul Bott (1923-2005)
    • Died: 20 December 2005 in San Diego, USA .

  374. Evelyn Boyd Granville (1924-)
    • Born: 1 May 1924 in Washington D.C., USA .

  375. Linda Goldway Keen (1940-)
    • Born: 9 August 1940 in New York City, New York, USA .

  376. Jan Kalicki (1922-1953)
    • Died: 25 November 1953 in Contra Costa County, USA .

  377. Jacob Bronowski (1908-1974)
    • Died: 22 August 1974 in East Hampton, New York, USA .

  378. Evgenii B Dynkin (1924-2014)
    • Died: 14 November 2014 in Ithaca, New York, USA .

  379. Norman Alling (1930-)
    • Born: 8 February 1930 in Rochester, New York, USA .

  380. Ernst Straus (1922-1983)
    • Died: 12 July 1983 in Los Angeles, California, USA .

  381. Donald Ornstein (1934-)
    • Born: 30 July 1934 in New York, USA .

  382. Eugene Paul Wigner (1902-1995)
    • Died: 1 January 1995 in Princeton, New Jersey, USA .

  383. Stefan Bergman (1895-1977)
    • Died: 6 June 1977 in Palo Alto, California, USA .

  384. Curtis McMullen (1958-)
    • Born: 21 May 1958 in Berkeley, California, USA .

  385. Irving John Good (1916-2009)
    • Died: 5 April 2009 in Radford, Virginia, USA .

  386. Hidehiko Yamabe (1923-1960)
    • Died: 20 November 1960 in Evanston, USA .

  387. Daniel Pedoe (1910-1998)
    • Died: 27 October 1998 in St Paul, Minnesota, USA .

  388. Cora Sadosky (1940-2010)
    • Died: 3 December 2010 in Long Beach, California, USA .

  389. Alexander Weinstein (1897-1979)
    • Died: 6 November 1979 in Washington DC, USA .

  390. Archibald Macintyre (1908-1967)
    • Died: 4 August 1967 in Ohio, USA .

  391. Otto Szász (1884-1952)
    • Died: 19 December 1952 in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA .

  392. Eduard Helly (1884-1943)
    • Died: 28 November 1943 in Chicago, Illinois, USA .

  393. William Metzler (1863-1943)
    • Died: 18 April 1943 in Syracuse, New York, USA .

  394. Irmgard Flügge-Lotz (1903-1974)
    • Died: 22 May 1974 in Stanford, USA .

  395. Marjorie Senechal (1939-)
    • Born: 18 July 1939 in St Louis, Missouri, USA .

  396. Sigekatu Kuroda (1905-1972)
    • Died: 3 November 1972 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA .

  397. Hildegard Ille (1899-1942)
    • Died: December 1942 in Iowa, USA .

  398. Jean-Nicolas Nicollet (1786-1843)
    • Died: 11 September 1843 in Washington, D.C., USA .

  399. Emil Grosswald (1912-1989)
    • Died: 11 April 1989 in USA .

  400. Solomon Lefschetz (1884-1972)
    • Died: 5 October 1972 in Princeton, New Jersey, USA .

  401. George Pólya (1887-1985)
    • Died: 7 September 1985 in Palo Alto, California, USA .

  402. Oscar Zariski (1899-1986)
    • Died: 4 July 1986 in Brookline, Massachusetts, USA .

  403. Feodor Theilheimer (1909-2000)
    • Died: 24 December 2000 in Chevy Chase, Montgomery County, Maryland, USA .

  404. Ellen Hayes (1851-1930)
    • Born: 23 September 1851 in Granville, Ohio, USA .

  405. Sydney Goldstein (1903-1989)
    • Died: 22 January 1989 in Brockton, Massachusetts, USA .

  406. Guido Fubini (1879-1943)
    • Died: 6 June 1943 in New York, USA .

  407. Howard Percy Robertson (1903-1961)
    • Born: 27 January 1903 in Hoquiam, Washington, USA .

  408. Florence Nightingale David (1909-1993)
    • Died: 23 July 1993 in Kensington, Contra Costa County, California, USA .

  409. Marina Ratner (1938-2017)
    • Died: 7 July 2017 in El Cerrito, California, USA .

  410. Donald Knuth (1938-)
    • Born: 10 January 1938 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA .

  411. Wilhelm Flügge (1904-1990)
    • Died: 19 March 1990 in Los Altos, California, USA .

  412. Florian Cajori (1859-1930)
    • Died: 14 August 1930 in Berkeley, California, USA .

  413. Tibor Radó (1895-1965)
    • Died: 12 December 1965 in New Smyrna Beach, Florida, USA .

  414. Wilhelm Magnus (1907-1990)
    • Died: 15 October 1990 in New Rochelle, New York, USA .

  415. Robert Thompson (1931-1995)
    • Died: 10 December 1995 in Santa Barbara, California, USA .

  416. Wassily Hoeffding (1914-1991)
    • Died: 28 February 1991 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA .

  417. Shizuo Kakutani (1911-2004)
    • Died: 17 August 2004 in New Haven, Connecticut, USA .

  418. Sheila Scott Macintyre (1910-1960)
    • Died: 21 March 1960 in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA .

  419. André Weil (1906-1998)
    • Died: 6 August 1998 in Princeton, New Jersey, USA .

  420. T J J See (1866-1962)
    • Died: 4 July 1962 in Oakland, California, USA .

  421. Olga Taussky-Todd (1906-1995)
    • Died: 7 October 1995 in Pasadena, California, USA .

  422. Frank Morley (1860-1937)
    • Died: 17 October 1937 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA .

  423. Alfred North Whitehead (1861-1947)
    • Died: 30 December 1947 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA .

  424. Richard Brauer (1901-1977)
    • Died: 17 April 1977 in Belmont, Massachusetts, USA .

  425. Chandra Kintala (1948-2009)
    • Died: 5 November 2009 in Summit, New Jersey, USA .

  426. James Eells (1926-2007)
    • Born: 25 October 1926 in Cleveland, Ohio, USA .

  427. Isabel Maddison (1869-1950)
    • Died: Á22 October 1950 in Martin's Dam, Wayne, Pennsylvania, USA .

  428. Aleksandr Yakovlevich Povzner (1915-2008)
    • Died: 21 April 2008 in Washington, D.C., USA .

  429. Kathleen McNulty Antonelli (1921-2006)
    • Died: 20 April 2006 in Wyndmoor, Pennsylvania, USA .

  430. Norbert Wiener (1894-1964)
    • Born: 26 November 1894 in Columbia, Missouri, USA .

  431. Harish-Chandra (1923-1983)
    • Died: 16 October 1983 in Princeton, New Jersey, USA .

  432. Egbert van Kampen (1908-1942)
    • Died: 11 February 1942 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA .

  433. Richard Askey (1933-)
    • Born: 4 June 1933 in St Louis, Missouri, USA .

  434. Asger Aaboe (1922-2007)
    • Died: 19 January 2007 in North Haven, Connecticut, USA .

  435. Robert Adrain (1775-1843)
    • Died: 10 August 1843 in New Brunswick, New Jersey, USA .

  436. Hsien C Wang (1918-1978)
    • Died: 25 June 1978 in New York, USA .

  437. Jason J Nassau (1893-1965)
    • Died: 11 May 1965 in Cleveland, Ohio, USA .

  438. Edward Witten (1951-)
    • Born: 26 August 1951 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA .

  439. Lamberto Cesari (1910-1990)
    • Died: 12 March 1990 in Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA .

  440. Richard Schoen (1950-)
    • Born: 23 October 1950 in Celina, Ohio, USA .

  441. Edith Hirsch Luchins (1921-2002)
    • Died: 18 November 2002 in Suffern, New York, USA .

  442. Ernst Hellinger (1883-1950)
    • Died: 28 March 1950 in Chicago, Illinois, USA .

  443. Vera Pless (1931-)
    • Born: 5 March 1931 in Chicago, Illinois, USA .

  444. Emanuel Lasker (1868-1941)
    • Died: 11 January 1941 in New York, USA .

  445. Ernest Brown (1866-1938)
    • Died: 23 July 1938 in New Haven, Connecticut, USA .

  446. Fritz John (1910-1994)
    • Died: 10 February 1994 in New York, USA .

  447. Doris Schattschneider (1939-)
    • Born: 19 October 1939 in New York City, New York, USA .

  448. Demetrios Magiros (1912-1982)
    • Died: 19 January 1982 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA .

  449. Dorothy Wrinch (1894-1976)
    • Died: 11 February 1976 in Falmouth, Massachusetts, USA .

  450. Roger Lyndon (1917-1988)
    • Born: 18 December 1917 in Calais, Maine, USA .

  451. Agnes Baxter (1870-1917)
    • Died: 9 March 1917 in Columbia, Missouri, USA .

  452. Walter Rudin (1921-2010)
    • Died: 20 May 2010 in Madison, Wisconsin, USA .

  453. Marshall Hall Jr (1910-1990)
    • Born: 17 September 1910 in St Louis, Missouri, USA .

  454. William Youden (1900-1971)
    • Died: 31 March 1971 in Washington, D.C., USA .

  455. Jack Warga (1922-2011)
    • Died: 26 June 2011 in Boynton Beach, Florida, USA .

  456. Jack Todd (1911-2007)
    • Died: 21 June 2007 in Pasadena, California, USA .

  457. Serge Lang (1927-2005)
    • Died: 12 September 2005 in Berkeley, California, USA .

  458. Detlef Gromoll (1938-2008)
    • Died: 31 May 2008 in Stony Brook, New York, USA .

  459. Abraham Seidenberg (1916-1988)
    • Born: 2 June 1916 in Washington, D.C., USA .

  460. Atle Selberg (1917-2007)
    • Died: 6 August 2007 in Princeton, New Jersey, USA .

  461. Bob Thomason (1952-1995)
    • Born: 5 November 1952 in Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA .

  462. Armand Borel (1923-2003)
    • Died: 11 August 2003 in Princeton, New Jersey, USA .

  463. Erich Hans Rothe (1895-1988)
    • Died: 19 February 1988 in Ann Arbor, Washtenaw County, Michigan, USA .

  464. Herbert Federer (1920-2010)
    • Died: 21 April 2010 in Providence, Rhode Island, USA .

  465. Sree Pillai (1920-1985)
    • Died: 5 June 1985 in Lafayette, Indiana, USA .

  466. Persi Diaconis (1945-)
    • Born: 31 January 1945 in New York City, New York, USA .

  467. Ray Vanstone (1933-2001)
    • Died: 9 April 2001 in Florida, USA .

  468. Peter Hilton (1923-2010)
    • Died: 6 November 2010 in Binghampton, New York, USA .

  469. Fritz Zwicky (1898-1974)
    • Died: 8 February 1974 in Pasadena, California, USA .

  470. Samuel Karlin (1924-2007)
    • Died: 18 December 2007 in Palo Alto, California, USA .

  471. Stan Ulam (1909-1984)
    • Died: 13 May 1984 in Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA .

  472. Gertrude Blanch (1897-1996)
    • Died: 1 January 1996 in San Diego, USA .

  473. William Browder (1934-)
    • Born: 6 January 1934 in New York City, New York, USA .

  474. Maurice Auslander (1926-1994)
    • Born: 3 August 1926 in Brooklyn, New York, USA .

  475. John Milnor (1931-)
    • Born: 20 February 1931 in Orange, New Jersey, USA .

  476. Theodore Samuel Motzkin (1908-1970)
    • Died: 15 December 1970 in Los Angeles, California, USA .

  477. Hans-Joachim Bremermann (1926-1996)
    • Died: 21 February 1996 in Berkeley, California, USA .

  478. Aurel Wintner (1903-1958)
    • Died: 15 January 1958 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA .

  479. Gian-Carlo Rota (1932-1999)
    • Died: 18 April 1999 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA .

  480. Thomas Hakon Grönwall (1877-1932)
    • Died: 9 May 1932 in New York, USA .

  481. Eugene Lukacs (1906-1987)
    • Died: 21 December 1987 in Washington D.C., USA .

  482. John Thompson (1932-)
    • Born: 13 October 1932 in Ottawa, Kansas, USA .

  483. Israil Gelfand (1913-2009)
    • Died: 5 October 2009 in New Brunswick, N.J., USA .

  484. Richard Courant (1888-1972)
    • Died: 27 January 1972 in New Rochelle, New York, USA .

  485. Alberto Calderón (1920-1998)
    • Died: 16 April 1998 in Chicago, USA .

  486. Oded Schramm (1961-2008)
    • Died: 1 September 2008 in Guye Peak, Washington State, USA .

  487. Walter Samuel McAfee (1914-1995)
    • Born: 2 September 1914 in Ore City, Upshure County, Texas, USA .

  488. Nathan Jacobson (1910-1999)
    • Died: 5 December 1999 in Hamden, Connecticut, USA .

  489. William Feller (1906-1970)
    • Died: 14 January 1970 in New York, USA .

  490. Alexander Pell (1857-1921)
    • Died: 1921 in Bryn Mawr, USA .

  491. Leonard Adleman (1945-)
    • Born: 31 December 1945 in San Francisco, California, USA .

  492. Hilda Geiringer (1893-1973)
    • Died: 22 March 1973 in Santa Barbara, California, USA .

  493. Albert Tucker (1905-1995)
    • Died: 25 January 1995 in Hightstown, New Jersey, USA .

  494. Henry Whitehead (1904-1960)
    • Died: 8 May 1960 in Princeton, New Jersey, USA .

  495. Kenneth May (1915-1977)
    • Born: 8 July 1915 in Portland, Oregon, USA .

  496. Yakov Davydovich Tamarkin (1888-1945)
    • Died: 18 November 1945 in Washington, D.C., USA .

  497. Hans Reichenbach (1891-1953)
    • Died: 9 April 1953 in Los Angeles, California, USA .

  498. Erwin Hiebert (1919-2012)
    • Died: 28 November 2012 in Waltham, Massachusetts, USA .

  499. Francis Murnaghan (1893-1976)
    • Died: 24 March 1976 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA .

  500. Richard Varga (1928-)
    • Born: 9 October 1928 in Cleveland, Ohio, USA .

  501. J A Green (1926-2014)
    • Born: 26 February 1926 in Rochester, New York, USA .

  502. Paul Halmos (1916-2006)
    • Died: 2 October 2006 in Los Gatos, California, USA .

  503. Hans Blichfeldt (1873-1945)
    • Died: 16 November 1945 in Palo Alto, California, USA .

  504. Éamon de Valera (1882-1975)
    • Born: 14 October 1882 in Manhattan, New York, USA .

  505. Louise Szmir Hay (1935-1989)
    • Died: 28 October 1989 in Oak Park, Illinois, USA .

  506. Michael Freedman (1951-)
    • Born: 21 April 1951 in Los Angeles, California, USA .

  507. Mitchell Feigenbaum (1944-)
    • Born: 19 December 1944 in Philadelphia, USA .

  508. William Birnbaum (1903-2000)
    • Died: 15 December 2000 in Seattle, USA .

  509. Enrico Fermi (1901-1954)
    • Died: 28 November 1954 in Chicago, Illinois, USA .

  510. David Eisenbud (1947-)
    • Born: 8 April 1947 in New York City, New York, USA .

  511. Albert Nijenhuis (1926-2015)
    • Died: 13 February 2015 in Seattle, Washington, USA .

  512. Emma Lehmer (1906-2007)
    • Died: 7 May 2007 in Berkeley, California, USA .

  513. Dono Dimovski (1954-)
    • In September 1980 Dimovski enrolled in doctoral studies at the State University of New York at Binghamton, USA.
    • In addition to these 1990 research visits, he has made several others, visiting: the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA; the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, USA; the Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Berkeley, USA; the Stefan Banach Mathematical Centre, Warsaw, Poland; Binghamton University, USA; the Mathematical Research Centre in Oberwolfach, Germany; the Mathematical Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia; the University of Sofia, Bulgaria; the University of Warsaw, Poland; the University of Heidelberg, Germany; and Bangor University, Wales.

  514. Kathleen Ollerenshaw (1912-2014)
    • She went to the USA in 1965 with the Winifred Cullis Fellowship - a three month exchange programme between USA and UK [',' K Ollerenshaw, To Talk of Many Things: An Autobiography (Manchester University Press, Manchester, 2004).','1]:- .
    • The links in the USA were with the Association of American University Women (AAUW) and with Rotary.
    • Ollerenshaw was interested in the educational system in the USA and arranged that in her free time she could visit various schools and leading educators.

  515. Calyampudi Radhakrishna Rao (1920-)
    • He has been elected to the Royal Society of London (1967), the National Academy of Sciences, USA (1995), the American Academy of Arts and Science, the Indian National Science Academy, the Lithuanian Academy of Sciences, and the Third World Academy of Sciences.
    • He has been awarded thirty-three honorary degrees by universities in eighteen countries, in six continents, including: Andhra University, India (1967), Leningrad University, USSR (1970), Delhi University, India (1973), University of Athens, Greece (1976), Osmania University, Hyderabad, India (1977), Ohio State University, Columbus, USA (1979), Universidad Nacional de San Marcos, Lima, Peru (1982), University of the Philippines, Manila (1983), University of Tampere, Finland (1985), Indian Statistical Institute, India (1989), Universite de Neuchatel, Switzerland (1989), Colorado State University, Fort Collins, USA (1990), University of Hyderabad, India (1991), Agricultural University of Poznań, Poland (1991), Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava, Slovakia (1994), University of Barcelona, Spain (1995), University of Munich, Germany (1995), Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupati, India (1996), University of Guelph, Canada (1996), University of Calcutta, India (2003), University of Pretoria, South Africa (2004), University of Rhode Island, Kingston, USA (2007), and Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Kakinada, India (2011).

  516. Gianfranco Cimmino (1908-1989)
    • Then he was in charge of the courses of Analytic Geometry from 1935 to 1938 [',' M Benzi, Gianfranco Cimmino’s contributions to numerical mathematics, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia 30322, USA (5 January 2004).','3]:- .
    • However, as Michele Benzi points out in [',' M Benzi, Gianfranco Cimmino’s contributions to numerical mathematics, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia 30322, USA (5 January 2004).','3] (and [',' M Benzi, Gianfranco Cimmino’s contributions to numerical mathematics, Seminario di Analisi Matematica, Dipartimento di Matematica, dell’Universita di Bologna, Ciclo di Conferenze in Ricordo di Gianfranco Cimmino, Marzo-Maggio 2004 (Tecnoprint, Bologna, 2005), 87-109.','4]), it was his work on numerical analysis, particularly the 1938 paper we mentioned above, that:- .
    • Benzi discusses Cimmino's contributions to numerical analysis in the interesting paper [',' M Benzi, Gianfranco Cimmino’s contributions to numerical mathematics, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia 30322, USA (5 January 2004).','3] and gives the following summary of the impact of his mathematics:- .

  517. Vera Nikolaevna Faddeeva (1906-1983)
    • The Laboratory received many visitors, among whom were such known scientists as James Hardy Wilkinson (Great Britain), George Elmer Forsythe (USA), Richard Steven Varga (USA), Gene Howard Golub (USA), Rozsa Peter (Hungary), Miroslav Fiedler (Czechoslovakia), Axel Ruhe (Sweeden), B D Vulichevich (Yugoslavia), and others.

  518. Miroslav Fiedler (1926-2015)
    • He spent six months as a Visiting Research Mathematician at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, USA, in 1964, he spent the academic year 1969-70 as a Visiting Professor at Auburn University at Auburn, Alabama, USA, returning there ten years later for a six months research visit in 1979-1980.
    • The Prize was awarded in March 1993 at a meeting in Pensacola, Florida, USA and, at the same meeting, Israel Gohberg and Shmuel Friedland received the Prize.

  519. Domokos Szász (1941-)
    • He has been invited as a visiting professor to a number of universities: Dartmouth College, USA (6 months in 1977), Goethe University, Frankfurt (6 months in 1977-78), Dartmouth College, USA (6 months in 1985), and Princeton University, USA (1990-91).

  520. Satoshi Suzuki (1930-1991)
    • He spent a few months at Florida State University in Tallahassee, USA, in 1960.
    • He taught mathematics courses at Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, USA, from August 1965 to August 1967 and then at Queen's University, Kingston, Canada for the academic year 1967-68.
    • Among other places where Suzuki taught are Rutgers University, New Brunswick, USA, where he spent six months in 1971 and another six months in 1988.

  521. G H Hardy (1877-1947)
    • G H Hardy's schedule of lectures in the USA .
    • Hardy in the USA .

  522. Freeman Dyson (1923-)
    • During this time he was advised to consider moving to the USA.
    • It was not just that the work was so significant, it was that it came from an unexpected source and indicated that the USA was not the only place producing significant research in this field.

  523. Roman Sikorski (1920-1983)
    • Countries he lectured in include Switzerland (1956), USSR (1956), USA (1958, 1961, 1966, 1970), Argentina (1958) and Canada (1967).
    • On the first of these trips to the USA, Sikorski was a member of the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton from September 1958 to December 1958.

  524. Douglas Hartree (1897-1958)
    • Hartree learnt of a differential analyzer being developed by Vannevar Bush in the USA.
    • The differential analyzer was soon to be replaced by electronic computers and when John Eckert set up ENIAC, Hartree was asked to go to the USA to advise on its use.

  525. Kazimierz Bartel (1882-1941)
    • Of those arrested only Franciszek Groer was released after being brutally treated, perhaps because he was an internationally known specialist in children's diseases and was especially highly regarded in the USA, and the USA were still precariously neutral.

  526. Emilio Cafaro (1952-2015)
    • He made research visits to Princeton University in the USA, University of Maryland in the USA, Imperial College in London, and the Ecole normale superieure in Paris.

  527. Bryce McLeod (1929-2014)
    • Among the reasons he chose to leave Oxford to take up the appointment at Pittsburgh were the fact that he realised that his area of applied analysis was more appreciated in the USA than in Britain.
    • Another reason was that, by 1987, he realised that he faced mandatory retirement in a few years time in the UK but could continue teaching in the USA.

  528. Aderemi Kuku (1941-)
    • He was the William W S Claytor Endowed Professor of Mathematics, Grambling State University, Louisiana, USA and then Distinguished Professor of Mathematics at the National Mathematical Centre, Abuja, Nigeria.
    • Presented with the Distinguished Achievement Award from the USA National Association of Mathematicians in 1993; .

  529. Igor Rostislavovich Shafarevich (1923-2017)
    • Indeed his work was recognized abroad by his appointment as a foreign member of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA in 1974.
    • In addition to his election to membership of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA, Shafarevich has been elected to the Academy of Sciences of the USSR, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the Royal Society of London, the German Academy Leopoldina, the Italian Accademia dei Lincei and the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts.

  530. Adegoke Olubummo (1923-1992)
    • He became a lecturer at the University of Ibadan, later at Iowa State University, USA, and is now at the HBCU (Historically Black Colleges and Universities) Bowie State College in Maryland, USA.

  531. Stein Arild Stromme (1951-2014)
    • He did hold a number of visiting professorships: Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, USA (autumn 1988), University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA (1991-92) and the University of Chicago (spring 1998).

  532. Georg Zehfuss (1832-1901)
    • He wrote the book Die Pneumatische Canalisation beleuchtet mit Rucksicht auf Gesundheitspflege, Land- und Volkswirthschaft Ⓣ which was translated into English by D Coar of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA and appeared as The Pneumatic Sewage System treated with reference to Public Health, Agriculture and National Economy published by Wilhelm Hassel in Cologne in 1869.

  533. Paul Davies (1946-)
    • Certainly the Templeton Prize was a very major award but Davies continued to receive a host of others including: the Asteroid 1992 OG was renamed (6870) Pauldavies (1999); he received the Kelvin Medal from the UK Institute of Physics (2001); he received the Michael Faraday Prize from the Royal Society (2002); he received the American Institute of Physics Science Writing Award (2003); he received the Trotter Prize from Texas A & M University, USA (2004); and received an honorary D.Sc.

  534. Ivan Vidav (1918-2015)
    • For instance, he participated at the 11th International Congress of Mathematicians at Harvard University in Cambridge, USA, from 30 August to 6 September in 1950, where he gave a short report on his own results on Fuchsian equations with five or six singularities.

  535. William Rowan Hamilton (1805-1865)
    • Hamilton died from a severe attack of gout shortly after receiving the news that he had been elected the first foreign member of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA.

  536. Constantin Carathéodory (1873-1950)
    • G H Hardy's schedule of lectures in the USA .

  537. Olga Alexandrovna Ladyzhenskaya (1922-2004)
    • In the Museum of Science (Boston, USA) Olga Ladyhenskaya's name is among other influential mathematicians of the 20th century carved on a large marble desk in the Mathematics Exhibition Hall.

  538. Nkechi Agwu (1962-)
    • She was also taught by Isabelle Adjaero, the only woman on the Faculty, who had studied at the University of Connecticut in the USA for her doctorate advised by Eugene Spiegel.

  539. Ernst Öpik (1893-1985)
    • During his stay in the USA, Opik created a lot of interest for meteors among the Harvard astronomers and thereby generated the later Harvard meteor programme.

  540. Fritz Noether (1884-1941)
    • In 1952 Heisenberg spoke at the International Congress of Mathematicians in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, and said (see [',' J Mehra and H Rechenberg, The Discovery of Quantum Mechanics, 1925 (Springer Science & Business Media, 2000).','2]):- .

  541. Philip Stein (1890-1974)
    • They had three children: Sylvester Roman Stein (born 25 December 1920 in Cape Town, he became a writer, journalist, actor and anti-apartheid campaigner), Zena Stein (born 7 July 1922 in Durban, she became a epidemiologist and anti-apartheid campaigner married to Mervyn Susser), and Wilfred Donald Stein (born in Durban on 26 November 1931, he studied in South Africa, England and the USA and became Professor of Biophysics at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem).

  542. John Conway (1937-)
    • Their home is in Princeton, New Jersey, USA.

  543. Pao Lu Hsu (1910-1970)
    • In 1945 he arrived in the USA just in time for the First Berkeley Symposium on Probability and Statistics.

  544. Bill Penney (1909-1991)
    • In 1944-45 he worked on the USA atomic bomb project at the Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory, New Mexico.

  545. Kristen Nygaard (1926-2002)
    • He remained in this post until he retired in 1996, although he did spend time at other institutions such as Stanford University, Palo Alto, USA in 1987.

  546. Robert P Langlands (1936-)
    • The first part was published in the Canadian Journal of Mathematics, but the second was published only as an announcement in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA.

  547. Brian Hartley (1939-1994)
    • Except for spending 1969-70 at the Australian National University in Canberra, Australia and 1974-5 in Madison, USA, at the University of Wisconsin, Hartley remained at Warwick until he was appointed to a chair in Manchester in 1977.

  548. Jan Tinbergen (1903-1994)
    • Tinbergen later developed other econometric models, in particular he constructed an econometric model of the USA.

  549. Thomas Graham (1905-1974)
    • He also attended the International Congress of Mathematicians in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA from 30 August to 6 September 1950.

  550. Lipót Fejér (1880-1959)
    • He was elected an honorary member of the Calcutta Mathematical Society (1930), and awarded an honorary doctorate by Brown University in Providence, USA (1933) and by Eotvos Lorand University of Budapest (1950).

  551. Daniel O'Connell (1896-1982)
    • Then, in 1931, he went to the Harvard College Observatory, in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, where he studied astronomy with Harlow Shapley.

  552. Willem de Sitter (1872-1934)
    • The Medal was presented to him in Washington, USA, by Armin Otto Leuschner, Professor of Astronomy of the University of California and Chairman of the Trustees of the Watson Fund.

  553. Verdiana Masanja (1954-)
    • We quote from [',' L H Riddle, Verdiana Grace Masanja, Biographies of Women Mathematicians, Agnes Scott Colleges, Memphis, USA.','2] regarding the awards she has received:- .

  554. Artras Dubickas (1964-)
    • Most of his papers are written as single author works, however some of them have coauthors from all over the world: USA, Canada, UK, France, Israel, China, Russia, Portugal, etc.

  555. Germund Dahlquist (1925-2005)
    • On one visit to the USA, with a few colleagues in a fine restaurant, Germund heard a female bar pianist whose music was obviously the highlight of the evening for him.

  556. Beniamino Segre (1903-1977)
    • Finally, we note that he was one of two invited speakers in the Geometry and Topology section of the International Congress of Mathematicians held in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA in 1950 and a plenary speaker at the International Congress of Mathematicians held in Amsterdam in September 1954 when he gave the address Geometry upon an algebraic variety.

  557. James Wiegold (1934-2009)
    • He also was a colloquium speaker at universities in Britain, Ireland, Germany, Canada, USA, India, Australia and Zimbabwe.

  558. Cândido Silva Dias (1913-1998)
    • On this occasion he gave an address on the Teaching of College Mathematics in the USA, particularly at the University of Chicago.

  559. Kazimierz Kuratowski (1896-1980)
    • All this was during the Stalinist era when travel was restricted, and after travel became easier Kuratowski did indeed take full advantage with many visits to western Europe, Britain, USA, and Canada.

  560. Leonid Vital'evich Kantorovich (1912-1986)
    • This theory of partially-ordered spaces turned out to be very fruitful and was being developed at approximately the same time in the USA, Japan and the Netherlands.

  561. Oskar Anderson (1887-1960)
    • This survey was on a large scale, and possessed a representativity ahead of contemporary surveys in Europe and the USA.

  562. Wadysaw Orlicz (1903-1990)
    • Orlicz Memorial Conference (March 21 - 23, 1991) by the University of Mississippi in Oxford, USA; .

  563. Nicolaas Kuiper (1920-1994)
    • The book Tight and taut submanifolds contains a paper based on the Roever Lectures in Geometry Kuiper gave at Washington University in St Louis, USA, from 20 January to 24 January 1986.

  564. Gündüz Ikeda (1926-2003)
    • Although Ikeda remained in his post at the Middle East Technical University until 1976, he spent 1970-71 as Visiting Professor of Mathematics at San Diego State University, California, USA.

  565. Helmut Hasse (1898-1979)
    • His mother was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA but lived in Kassel from the age of five.

  566. Tadeusz Boleslaw lebarski (1914-2003)
    • Although he worked extremely hard on this project and produced outstandingly accurate results, for some reason he never published them or even communicated them to the Minor Planet Center at the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory in the USA.

  567. Edward Collingwood (1900-1970)
    • and received the Legion of Merit from the USA in 1946.

  568. Fred Hoyle (1915-2001)
    • In 1944 he visited the USA because of his work on radar and while there he worked out what was going on with the atomic bomb project.

  569. Oskar Klein (1894-1977)
    • University of Michigan USA (Oskar Klein Meeting) .

  570. Tullio Levi-Civita (1873-1941)
    • In the last years of his life, in spite of his moral and physical depression, Levi-Civita remained faithful to the ideal of scientific internationalism and helped colleagues and students who were victims of anti-Semitism; thanks to him, many of them found positions in South America or in the USA.

  571. Percy Daniell (1889-1946)
    • At this time president, Edgar Odell Lovett, of the Rice Institute (renamed Rice University from 1960) in Houston, USA, was looking to recruit top people to the faculty and, rather than have people apply, Lovett was actively approaching those he hoped to appoint.

  572. Manuel Valdivia (1928-2014)
    • Organized jointly by the Polytechnic University of Valencia and the University of Valencia, it had organizers from the Universities of Kent (USA), Paderborn (Germany), Barcelona (Spain), Zurich (Switzerland) and Liege (Belgium).

  573. Jacques Hadamard (1865-1963)
    • After the War he became an active peace campaigner and it required the strong support of mathematicians in the USA to allow him to enter the country for the International Congress in Cambridge, Massachusetts in 1950.

  574. Arnljot Hřyland (1924-2002)
    • In 1975-76, Professor Arnljot Høyland, Department of Mathematical Statistics, had a sabbatical year at University of California, Berkeley, USA.

  575. Konrad Zuse (1910-1995)
    • These developments were entirely independent of those of John Eckert, Mauchly and Howard Aiken in the USA, and Turing in England.

  576. Rafael Artzy (1912-2006)
    • They lived at 2237 Commonwealth Avenue, Madison, Wisconsin, USA, and were still in residence there in 1958.

  577. Cornelius Lanczos (1893-1974)
    • However during the early 1950s United States senator Joseph R McCarthy whipped up strong feelings against communism in the USA.

  578. Rafael Laguardia (1906-1980)
    • He was back in the United States in 1950 when he attended the International Congress of Mathematicians held in Cambridge, USA, from 30 August to 6 September 1950.

  579. Hugh Alexander (1909-1974)
    • He became an almost legendary figure to the intelligence communities of Great Britain and the USA.

  580. Ali Moustafa Mosharrafa (1898-1950)
    • Mosharrafa married Dawlat H Zayed (1910-1989); they had one son Mostafa Ali Mosharrafa, born in Cairo on 22 February 1936 and died in July 1992 in Houston, Texas, USA.

  581. Ibn al-Haytham (965-1039)
    • He wrote a work on the area of lunes, crescents formed from two intersecting circles, (see for example [',' B Steffens, Ibn al-Haytham: First Scientist (Greensboro, North Carolina, USA, 2007).','10]) and then wrote the first of two treatises on squaring the circle using lunes (see [',' A Al-Ayib, Precise measurements in ibn al-Haytham’s treatise on geography (Arabic), in Deuxieme Colloque Maghrebin sur l’Histoire des Mathematiques Arabes (Tunis, 1990), A68-A86, 202.','14]).

  582. Ludwig Boltzmann (1844-1906)
    • In 1904 Boltzmann visited the World's Fair in St Louis, USA.

  583. Mikhael Leonidovich Gromov (1943-)
    • The Masters degree in the Russian system is essentially equivalent to a doctorate in the USA.

  584. Olabisi Ugbebor (1951-)
    • In 1981 she was able to spend time as a Visiting Fellow at the Laboratoire de Calcul des Probabilites, University of Paris VI, Paris, France, from February to May, then in August of the same year she was a Visiting Fellow at Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, USA.

  585. Heinz Rutishauser (1918-1970)
    • The further course of development of ALGOL saw Heinz Rutishauser also taking part in the conference held January 11-16, 1960 with thirteen experts from the USA, Germany, Switzerland, Netherlands, England, Denmark, and France in Paris.

  586. Carl Friedrich Gauss (1777-1855)
    • S D Chambless (An obituary of Gauss's son) and an account of his life in the USA .

  587. Anzelm Iwanik (1946-1998)
    • In the 70s and 80s he held several visiting positions in the USA (Carbondale, Illinois; Fullerton, California) and Canada (Montreal).

  588. Paul Erds (1913-1996)
    • Within weeks Erdős was on his way to the USA where he took up a fellowship at Princeton.

  589. Ludwig Prandtl (1875-1953)
    • In September 1938 Prandtl attended the Fifth International Congress for Applied Mechanics in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA.

  590. Bronius Grigelionis (1935-2014)
    • He travelled around the world, for example to USA, Canada, China, Japan, etc., and delivered lectures at various universities in these countries.

  591. Pavel Krejí (1954-)
    • He was a visiting professor at the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee, USA, for the last four months of 1990.

  592. Alfred Brauer (1894-1985)
    • When Brauer reached the USA he went to the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton as Weyl's assistant.

  593. Hermann Weyl (1885-1955)
    • G H Hardy's schedule of lectures in the USA .

  594. Alexander Animalu (1938-)
    • He is the only African member up to the present date of the Advisory Board of the 'Euro-Journal Physica (B)' and the only African member of the Editorial Board of the USA-based international 'Hadronic Journal' and 'Hadronic Journal Supplement'.

  595. Adolph Pavlovich Yushkevich (1906-1993)
    • He was awarded the Koyre Medal by the Academie internationale d'histoire des sciences in 1971, the Sarton Medal of the History of Science Society of the USA in 1978 and the May Prize of the International Commission on the History of Mathematics in 1989, the Prize of the Akademie der Wissenschaft der DDR in 1978 and again in 1983, and the Prize of the Academie des Sciences de France in 1982.

  596. Hendrika Swart (1939-2016)
    • Swart spent a sabbatical leave at the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA.

  597. Vladimir Arnold (1937-2010)
    • What they propose is to eliminate from the curriculum unnecessary scientific facts too difficult for American children and replace them by really fundamental basic knowledge, such as all objects have properties and all organisms have nature! Undoubtedly they will go far with this! Two years ago, I read in USA Today that American parents have formed a list of really necessary knowledge for children of each age category.

  598. Maurits Escher (1898-1972)
    • National Gallery of Art Washington USA .

  599. Theodore von Kármán (1881-1963)
    • Karman visited the USA in 1926, at the invitation of the head of the California Institute of Technology, to advise on the design of a wind tunnel.

  600. Douglas Jones (1922-2013)
    • At the end of this year Douglas went on a grand tour of the USA, visiting about 40 states in the company of John Westcott (1920-2014).

  601. Lochlainn O'Raifeartaigh (1933-2000)
    • He also made a visit to the University of Notre Dame, Indiana, USA in 1994.

  602. George Saitoti (1945-2012)
    • He gives his date of birth as 4 August 1944, his place of birth as Ngong, and he is going to Thompson Academy, 79 Milk Street, Boston 9, Massachusetts, USA.

  603. Aldo Andreotti (1924-1980)
    • Barbara was an American, the daughter of Professor John Jenkins and Ruth Parker from Athens, Georgia, USA.

  604. Valentina Mikhailovna Borok (1931-2004)
    • Article by: Svetlana Jitomirskaya, University of California Irvine, Irvine, CA, USA.Click on this link to see a list of the Glossary entries for this page .

  605. Max Born (1882-1970)
    • He received the Stokes Medal from the University of Cambridge, two German schools were named after him and he was made an honorary member of academies in Russia, India, Romania, Peru, Ireland, Scotland, Denmark, Sweden and the USA.

  606. Tom Whiteside (1932-2008)
    • During this period Whiteside spent 1969 as Woodward Visiting Professor at Yale University, Connecticut, USA.


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  1. African men 2
    • University: University of Washington (Seattle, Washington, USA).
    • University: Lehigh University (Bethlehem PA, USA).
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    • University: Howard University (Washington DC, USA).
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    • Advisor: Abbas Bahri (Rutgers University, New Jersey, USA).
    • University: University of Iowa (USA).
    • University: University of Georgia (Athens GA, USA).
    • University: Auburn University (Alabama, USA).
    • University: University of California (Berkeley CA, USA).

  2. African men 1
    • He was a visiting Scholar at the University of Delaware, Newark, USA (1966-67).
    • Then he worked at Beijing University, China, the University of Sherbrooke, Sherbrooke, Canada, and Tulane University, New Orleans, USA.
    • University: University of Pennsylvania (USA).
    • Born and bred in Philadelphia, USA he attended the famous PENN (the University of Pennsylvania) where he obtained a broad and sound training in mathematics, studying for his Ph.D.
    • University: Iowa State University (USA).
    • Later he worked at Our Saviour Institute of Science, Agriculture and Technology, Enugu, Nigeria and, more recently as a lecturer in mathematics at Morgan State University, Baltimore, USA.
    • (1978-), a Fellow of the African Academy of Sciences, Kenya (1986-), a member of the International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy (1984-89), a member of the Arab Thought Forum, Jordan (1985-), a member of the Mathematical Association of America, USA.
    • (1992-), a member of the American Mathematical Society, USA (1995-) and a Fellow of Sudanese National Academy of Sciences (2007-).
    • University: University of Washington (Seattle, USA).
    • His last residence is given as San Jose, California, USA.
    • University: Syracuse University (NY, USA).
    • He was Professor in the Department of Mathematics, University of Ibadan, at Iowa State University, USA, and is now at HBCU (Historically Black Colleges and Universities) Bowie State College in Maryland, USA.
    • University: University of California (Berkeley CA, USA).
    • From 1978 to 1979 he was a Visiting Fulbright Fellow at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Massachusetts, USA, and a Visiting Associate Professor at Howard University, Washington, DC., USA.
    • University: Case Western Reserve University (Cleveland, Ohio, USA).
    • He worked at Cleveland State University, Ohio, the University of Jos, Nigeria, the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, USA, and North Carolina State University, Raleigh, USA.
    • University: Northwestern University (Evanton, Illinois, USA).
    • University: Western Michigan University (Kalamazoo, USA).
    • University: University of Missouri (Columbia, USA).
    • Biographical Data: He worked at Haile Sellassie I University, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, then at Howard University, Washington DC, USA.
    • University: State University of New York (Buffalo NY, USA).
    • University: Stanford University (CA, USA).
    • After teaching mathematics for one year at Maseno Secondary School, he went to Stanford University, California, USA, and was awarded an M.S.
    • University: University of California (Los Angeles CA, USA).
    • University: Brandeis University (MA, USA).
    • Biographical Data: He worked at the University of Texas at Austin, USA.
    • University: Texas Southern University (TX, USA).
    • Biographical Data: He worked at Florida State University, Tallahassee, USA.
    • University: Columbia University Teachers College (New York, USA).
    • He was a Professor at Witwatersrand University, Johannesburg, from 1989 until he moved to the Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, USA.
    • He taught at the University of Quebec at Trois-Rivieres, the Polytechnical School of Montreal (Canada), the University of Bangui (Central African Republic) and Daemen College (Buffalo) before joining Morgan State University, Maryland, USA, in 1996.
    • University: University of Kentucky (USA).
    • Biographical Data: He served as Associate Provost for Diversity and Multicultural Affairs and Associate Dean of the College of Sciences and Mathematics at Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama, USA, and then became Associate Dean for Minority Programs and Special Academic Projects and Professor of Mathematics at Auburn University.
    • University: Northwestern University (Evanton, Illinois, USA).
    • 1977) and Northwestern University, Evanton, Illinois, USA (Ph.D.
    • University: Bowling Green State University (Ohio, USA).
    • 1974), the University of South Africa, Pretoria (Ph,D, 1981), the American Electric Power, Unisa School of Business, Pretoria (1986) and undertook postgraduate studies at Harvard University, USA, in 1991.
    • Here is his own description of his experiences in the United States, "I came to the USA in 1988 knowing very little about the country and trusting the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Mathematics department who invited me.

  3. African women I
    • University: University of Chicago (USA).
    • University: University of Kansas (USA).
    • University: Columbia University (New York, USA).
    • She has been employed at the universities of Surrey, Reading, Manchester and Birmingham, in the UK, and from 1990, at Clemson, South Carolina, USA, where she was employed as Full Professor until her retirement from Clemson in 2007.
    • University: Michigan State University (USA).
    • University: University of Connecticut (Storrs CT, USA).
    • University: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (USA).
    • University: Southern Illinois University (Carbondale IL, USA).
    • University: University of Cincinnati (Ohio, USA).
    • University: University of Wisconsin (Madison WI, USA).
    • University: University of Massachusetts (Amherst, USA).
    • University: Howard University (Washington DC, USA).
    • Note: Was employed in the Department of Mathematics, Hampton University, Hampton, Virginia, USA.
    • University: Ohio University (USA).
    • University: Syracuse University (Syracuse, New York, USA).
    • University: Boston University (USA).
    • Note: She has worked at the University of Cape Town, South Africa, the University of Denver, Colorado, USA, and later at the Center for Excellence in Computation, Algebra, and Topology, Chapman University, Orange California, USA.
    • University: University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ, USA).
    • The asymptotic dynamics of the density function is studied and some applications of the model to intraspecific predation and certain types of intraspecific competitions are given." Appointed to the Florida A&M University, Tallahassee, USA, promoted to Associate Professor in September 2008.
    • She held visiting positions atnUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA,nAfrican University of Science and Technology, Abuja, Nigeria,nandnPaul Sabatier University in Toulouse, France.

  4. African women 1
    • University: University of Chicago (USA).
    • University: University of Kansas (USA).
    • by Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls, Iowa, USA, in 1955, having written the dissertation A study of some phases of the use of the history of mathematics in secondary education.
    • University: Columbia University (New York, USA).
    • She has been employed at the universities of Surrey, Reading, Manchester and Birmingham, in the UK, and from 1990, at Clemson, South Carolina, USA, where she was employed as a Full Professor until her retirement from Clemson in 2007.
    • University: Michigan State University (USA).
    • University: University of Connecticut (Storrs CT, USA).
    • University: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (USA).
    • University: Southern Illinois University (Carbondale IL, USA).
    • University: University of Cincinnati (Ohio, USA).
    • University: University of Wisconsin (Madison WI, USA).
    • University: University of Massachusetts (Amherst, USA).
    • University: Howard University (Washington DC, USA).
    • Biographical Data: She was employed in the Department of Mathematics, Hampton University, Hampton, Virginia, USA.
    • University: Ohio University (USA).
    • University: Syracuse University (Syracuse, New York, USA).
    • University: Boston University (USA).
    • Biographical Data: Manar Elhassan is trained and expert in Biostatistics and Epidemiology, awarded a PhD from Boston University (USA), an MSc in Statistics from University of Kent at Canterbury (UK) and a BSc in Statistics and Computer Science from University of Khartoum (Sudan).
    • Biographical Data: She has worked at the University of Cape Town, South Africa, the University of Denver, Colorado, USA, and later at the Center for Excellence in Computation, Algebra, and Topology, Chapman University, Orange California, USA.

  5. African women 2
    • University: University of California (Berkeley CA, USA).
    • University: University of Iowa (USA).
    • University: University of Texas (Austin TX, USA).
    • University: Indiana University (USA).
    • University: Howard University (Washington DC, USA).
    • University: Harvard University (Boston MA, USA).
    • University: Leligh University (Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, USA).
    • University: University of Maryland (College Park, USA).
    • University: Stanford University (CA, USA).
    • University: Syracuse University (NY, USA).

  6. African women II
    • University: University of California (Berkeley CA, USA).
    • University: University of Iowa (USA).
    • University: University of Texas (Austin TX, USA).
    • University: Indiana University (USA).
    • University: Howard University (Washington DC, USA).
    • University: Harvard University (Boston MA, USA).
    • University: Leligh University (Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, USA).
    • University: University of Maryland (College Park, USA).
    • University: Stanford University (CA, USA).
    • University: Syracuse University (NY, USA).

  7. The four colour theorem
    • Charles Peirce in the USA attempted to prove the Conjecture in the 1860's and he was to retain a lifelong interest in the problem.
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    • Renewed interest in the USA was due to Veblen who published a paper in 1912 on the Four Colour Conjecture generalising Heawood's work.
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    • Georgia USA (A new simpler proof) .

  8. Prime numbers
    • University of Tennessee USA .

  9. Calculus history
    • Texas A and M USA .

  10. Fermat's last theorem
    • The proof of Fermat's Last Theorem was completed in 1993 by Andrew Wiles, a British mathematician working at Princeton in the USA.
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  11. Quadratic etc equations
    • University of Virginia USA .

  12. Pi history
    • In the USA the value of π gave rise to heated political debate.

  13. Greek sources I
    • Illinois USA (An exhibition of Vatican manuscripts) .

  14. Trigonometric functions
    • AOL USA .

  15. Cartography
    • USA in 1884 had delegates from 26 countries.


Societies etc

  1. Mexican Academy of Sciences
    • This programme was founded in 1995 with the help of the USA-Mexico Foundation for Science.
    • The programme provides grants for young researchers in the areas of Astronomy, Biology, Computing, Physics, Engineering, Education, Mathematics, Medicine and Chemistry so that they may undertake a summer research project in laboratories in the USA.

  2. Women in Mathematics Association
    • There was a joint meeting of the American Mathematical Society, the Mathematical Association of America and the Association for Symbolic Logic in Atlantic City, New Jersey, USA, from 21 to 24 January 1971.

  3. Swiss Academy of Science
    • In 1886, when Mexico, Chile, Argentina, the USA and Japan joined, it became the "International Earth Measurement".

  4. New Zealand Mathematical Society
    • from Harvard University in the USA.

  5. Pontifical Academy of Sciences
    • These include: Hermann A Bruck (15 August 1905 - 4 March 2000), Professor of Astronomy, University of Edinburgh, Scotland, nominated 5 April 1955; Louis de Broglie (15 August 1892 - 19 March 1987), Honorary Professor of Physics, Faculte des Sciences, Paris, France and Honorary Perpetual Secretary, Academy of Sciences, Paris, nominated 5 April 1955; Daniel Joseph Kelly O'Connell (25 July 1896 - 15 October 1982), Vatican Observatory, Vatican City, nominated 24 September 1964; Stanislaw Lojasiewicz (9 October 1926 -13 November 2002), Professor of Mathematics, Jagiellonian University, Cracow, Poland, nominated 27 January 1983; Ennio de Giorgi (8 February 1928 - 25 October 1996), Professor of Mathematical Analysis, Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa, Italy, Nominated 12 May 1981; Paul Marie Germain (28 August 1920 - 26 February 2009), Professor Emeritus of Mechanics at the University of Pierre et Marie Curie and Secretaire perpetuel honoraire of the Academy of Sciences, Paris, nominated 9 June 1986, Martin John Rees (23 June 1942 -), Professor of Astronomy, University of Cambridge, England, nominated 25 June 1990; and Luis Angel Caffarelli (8 December 1948 -), Professor of Mathematics, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, USA, nominated 2 August 1994.


Honours

  1. Groups St Andrews.html
    • Lawrence E Wilson (Chicago, USA) .
    • Volodymyr Nekrashevych (Texas A&M, Texas, USA) .
    • Mark Sapir (Vanderbilt, Nashville, USA) .

  2. Galway Group Theory.html
    • Warwick de Launey (Center for Communications Research, USA) Group actions on Paley matrices .
    • Robert F Morse (University of Evansville, USA) Advances in computing the nonabelian tensor square of polycyclic groups .

  3. Birkhoff
    • Birth place: Overisel, Michigan, USA .

  4. Bowditch
    • USA .

  5. Veblen
    • Birth place: Decorah, Iowa, USA .

  6. Franklin Benjamin
    • Birth place: Milk Street, Boston, Massachusetts, USA .

  7. Peirce Benjamin
    • Birth place: Salem, Massachusetts, USA .

  8. Newton
    • Birth place: Sherburne, New York State, USA .

  9. Antonio Valle Award
    • 2018: Javier Gomez Serrano, Princeton University, USA .

  10. International Congress Speaker
    • CAMBRIDGE, USA 1950 .

  11. Hill
    • Birth place: New York City, USA .


References

  1. References for Gianfranco Cimmino
    • M Benzi, Gianfranco Cimmino's contributions to numerical mathematics, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia 30322, USA (5 January 2004).

  2. References for Ralph Fox
    • J H Przytycki, The interrelation of the Development of Mathematical Topology in Japan, Poland and USA, Annals of the Institute for Comparative Studies of Culture, Tokyo Woman's Christian University 63 (2002), 61-86.

  3. References for Ruth Gentry
    • The Pre-1940 PhD's (American Mathematical Society, Providence, Rhode Island, USA, 2009).

  4. References for Cecilia Payne-Gaposchkin
    • O Gingerich, Interview of Cecilia Payne-Gaposchkin on 1968 March 5, Niels Bohr Library & Archives, American Institute of Physics, College Park, MD, USA.

  5. References for Annie Jump Cannon
    • P Mack, Straying from their orbits: Women in astronomy in America, in G Kass-Simon, P Farnes and D Nash (eds.),nWomen of Science: Righting the Record (Indiana University Press, Bloomington, IN, USA, 1990), 72-116.

  6. References for Ibn al-Haytham
    • B Steffens, Ibn al-Haytham: First Scientist (Greensboro, North Carolina, USA, 2007).

  7. References for Anastácio da Cunha
    • J C Domingues, The repercussion of Jose Anastacio da Cunha in Britain and USA in the nineteenth century, BSHM Bulletin: J.

  8. References for George E Andrews
    • USA 102 (13) (2005), 4663-4665.

  9. References for Atle Selberg
    • Atle Selberg 1917-2007, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, New Jersey, USA.

  10. References for Jean Bartik
    • Jean Bartik, an oral history conducted in 2001 by Janet Abbate, IEEE History Center, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, USA.

  11. References for Verdiana Masanja
    • L H Riddle, Verdiana Grace Masanja, Biographies of Women Mathematicians, Agnes Scott Colleges, Memphis, USA.


Additional material

  1. Hille publications
    • USA 7 (1921), 303-305.
    • USA 10 (1924), 488-493.
    • USA 12 (1926), 261-265.
    • USA 12 (1926), 265-269.
    • USA 12 (1926), 548-552.
    • USA 14 (1928), 217-220.
    • USA 14 (1928), 911-914.
    • USA 14 (1928), 915-918.
    • USA 15 (1929), 41-42.
    • USA 16 (1930), 594-598.
    • USA 17 (1931), 576-380.
    • USA 19 (1933), 573-577.
    • USA 19 (1933), 902-908.
    • USA 19 (1933), 908-912.
    • USA 20 (1934), 140-144.
    • USA 20 (1934), 369-372.
    • USA 24 (1938), 159-161.
    • USA 28 (1942), 175-178.
    • USA 28 (1942), 421-424.
    • USA 30 (1944), 58-60.
    • USA 40 (1954), 20-25.
    • USA 62 (1969), 7-10.
    • USA 69 (1972), 1271-1272.

  2. Hardy in the USA
    • Hardy in the USA .
    • Below are some extracts from correspondence relating to Hardy's time in the USA.
    • 1928 From Graduate College, Princeton, NJ, USA .
    • and the USA.
    • https://www-history.mcs.st-andrews.ac.uk/Extras/Hardy_USA.html .

  3. G H Hardy's schedule of lectures in the USA
    • G H Hardy's schedule of lectures in the USA .
    • [It is sometimes remarked that mathematics on the West Coast of the USA got off to a somewhat slow and undistinguished start, but it is interesting to note that Caratheodory, Hardy, and Weyl all made the pilgrimage to California.] .
    • Also touring in the USA in 1929 were P A M Dirac, from Cambridge, and E A Milne, from Oxford.
    • https://www-history.mcs.st-andrews.ac.uk/Extras/Hardy_USA_lectures.html .

  4. Royaumont seminar
    • Stone, Marshall H., President of the seminar (USA) .
    • Tucker, Albert W (USA) .
    • Begle, Edward Griffith (USA) .
    • Fehr, Howard F (USA) .
    • Rourke, Robert E K (USA) .

  5. Atiyah's students
    • Lectured at: The Johns Hopkins University, USA.
    • Lectured at: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA.
    • Lectured at: University of New Mexico, USA.
    • Lectured at: The Pennsylvania State University, USA.
    • Lectured at: Harvard University, USA.

  6. Kuku interview
    • from University of Paris) was just returning from a sabbatical spent as a member of nthe Institute for Advanced Study (IAS) at Princeton, New Jersey, USA.
    • Clayton Endowed Professor of Mathematics, Grambling State University, Louisiana, USA.
    • I have held many visiting positions at Universities and Research Institutes in the USA, Canada, Europe, Hong Kong, and China including Member, Institute for Advanced Study (IAS), nPrinceton, New Jersey, USA; Visiting Research Professor, Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (MSRI), Berkeley, California; Visiting Professor, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York; Visiting Professor, Ohio state University, Columbus, OHIO; Visiting Professor, University of Bielefeld, Germany; Visiting Professor, Max Planck Institute, Germany, and others.
    • And apart from being a Professor at ICTP, at Trieste, Italy for nine years before I retired from there in 2003, I have been a Visiting Research Professor at the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute at Berkeley, USA.n In Europe, I have been to Max Planck Institute in Bonn, Germany and at IHES in Paris.

  7. IAU General Assembly
    • 4 1932Cambridge, MA, USA Sir Franck DysonFrederick J M Stratton .
    • 11 1961Berkeley, CA, USA Jan H Oort Donald H Sadler .
    • 20 1988Baltimore, USA Jorge Sahade Jean-Pierre Swings .
    • 29 2015Honolulu, Hawaii, USA Norio Kaifu Thierry Montmerle .

  8. Kingman autobiography
    • Kingman is a commoner surname in the USA than in England, because most of the family emigrated to the American colonies in the 17th century, but obviously a few overslept and missed the boat.
    • I also found to my delight two probabilists visiting from the USA, Steven Orey and Don Iglehart, with whom I enjoyed fruitful collaborations.
    • One of the issues we discussed was how slow British mathematicians had been to embrace the rigorous probability theory that had grown out of the work of Kolmogorov and spread to the USA, France and elsewhere.

  9. Green's students
    • Lectured at: University of Illinois at Chicago, USA.
    • Lectured at: Occidental College, Los Angeles, USA.

  10. Ezeilo tribute
    • He went on a one year sabbatical leave in 1963 as a Visiting Lecturer and Research Associate at the Department of Mathematics, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA.
    • At the end of his tenure in 1979 he proceeded on a one-year sabbatical leave as Visiting Professor of Mathematics at Carleton College, Northfield, Minnesota and Howard University, Washington DC, both in USA.

  11. Weil reviews
    • H Cartan and A Weil were most often geographically far away from each other; Cartan was almost permanently in France, while Weil was involved in the itinerary Paris-Rome-Gottingen-Berlin-Stockholm-India (1930-1932), Marseille-Strasbourg-Finland-Sweden-France (partly in prison in the three countries), then in the USA, 1940-1945, in Sao Paulo (Brazil), 1945-1947, after which he moved again to the USA: Chicago, 1947-1958, and Princeton, 1958-1998.

  12. Ezeilo exit
    • He went on a one-year sabbatical leave in 1963 as a Visiting Lecturer and Research Associate at the Department of Mathematics, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA.
    • Thereafter, he proceeded on a one-year sabbatical leave as Visiting Professor of Mathematics at Carleton College, Northfield, Minnesota and Howard University Washington DC, both in the USA.

  13. Rios Honorary Degree
    • As proof of the international recognition of the importance of modelling and its application to the study of important problems of today's society, we can mention the creation, in 1972, of the International Institute of Applied Systems (I.I.A.S.A.) sponsored and supported by the USA, the USSR, Japan and 12 other European countries (among which Spain is not found, although a Spanish mathematician received the Peccei Prize in 1991).
    • But in the course of writing our speech, today 4-12-99, we read in a newspaper with natural excitement that the American composer, singer and pianist Stevie Wonder, 49, who lost his sight a few hours after birth, is going to try to recover it thanks to a revolutionary chip, developed by Wilmer's Ophthalmic Institute of Johns Hopkins University (USA).

  14. Carl B Boyer: 'Foremost Modern Textbook
    • An International Congress of Mathematicians was held in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA from 30 August to 6 September 1950.

  15. Erdos document
    • [Sam = Uncle Sam = USA, Josef = Stalin = Soviet Union].

  16. Kadison publications
    • Second Japan-USA Sem., Los Angeles, Calif., 1977, Lecture Notes in Math.

  17. The Dundee Numerical Analysis Conferences
    • In total, around 45 participants came from outside the UK, so it was a much more international event: participants came from Austria, Canada, Czechoslovakia, France, Hungary, Italy, Norway and the USA.

  18. Skolem: 'Abstract Set Theory
    • After he retired, Thoralf Albert Skolem lectured on Set Theory at Notre Dame University, Indiana, USA, in session 1957-58.

  19. Ahlfors' Complex Analysis preface
    • Winchester, Massachusetts, USA .

  20. Atiyah reviews
    • It is Sir Michael Atiyah's Josiah Willard Gibbs lecture delivered in January 1991 in San Francisco, California, USA.

  21. Okigbo meets Animalu
    • Professor Animalu told us stories of how he arrived in the USA on 1 January 1966 to study physics at MIT on a Shell-BP scholarship.

  22. H W Turnbull: 'Scottish Contribution to the Calculus
    • An International Congress of Mathematicians was held in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA from 30 August to 6 September 1950.

  23. R L Wilder: 'Cultural Basis of Mathematics II
    • Address given on 30 August 1950 by R L Wilder to the International Congress of Mathematicians was held in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA.

  24. R L Wilder: 'Cultural Basis of Mathematics III
    • Address given on 30 August 1950 by R L Wilder to the International Congress of Mathematicians was held in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA.

  25. Vajda citation
    • An earlier book (Theory of Games and Linear Programming, Methuen, 1956) was the first book on linear programming to be published outside the USA and it is therefore Steven Vajda who can rightly claim thereby to have introduced the subject to both Europe and Asia.

  26. Bell on Besicovitch
    • Hardy? What made Hardy so keen on Besicovitch visiting the USA when Hardy himself only first visited in 1928? So far as I could see, the only other time Bell mentions Hardy to Veblen in the surviving correspondence is in 1931.} .

  27. R L Wilder: 'Cultural Basis of Mathematics I
    • An International Congress of Mathematicians was held in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA from 30 August to 6 September 1950.

  28. János Kemény's student years
    • Janos (John G) Kemeny was born in Budapest in 1926 and emigrated to the USA with his family in 1940.

  29. Rohrbach Feigl Lectures
    • With MAPHA and their beneficial action, the name of its founder, Alfred Brauer (now Professor of Mathematics, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N.C., USA), indelibly linked.

  30. Hilbert reviews
    • This work is not a translation of the German book by the same name that appeared first in 1937 and which was reprinted in this county [USA] in 1943.

  31. Coolidge: 'Origin of Polar Coordinates
    • An International Congress of Mathematicians was held in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA from 30 August to 6 September 1950.

  32. Veblen's Opening Address to ICM 1950
    • An International Congress of Mathematicians was held in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA from 30 August to 6 September 1950.

  33. Mathematics in Chile
    • At the same time, Chilean students going abroad for their degrees enlarged the spectrum to other countries, such as USA, France, Germany, and Brazil.

  34. Phillip S Jones on Brook Taylor
    • An International Congress of Mathematicians was held in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA from 30 August to 6 September 1950.

  35. Adler scholar
    • Her bachelor's degree was interrupted in its first year by a year in the USA on an American Field Scholarship.

  36. Young Researchers
    • Over two hundred young mathematicians and physicists came from as far afield as New Zealand and the USA to take part in a three day conference at the Centre for Mathematical Sciences, which also tied in with the 800th anniversary of the founding of the University.

  37. Tverberg Bergen institute
    • As a young man he was interested in mathematics and physics, but in the interwar period it was impossible to get a position other than school teaching here in Norway; he became a doctor instead and in the USA he slowly progressed through medical statistics into theoretical statistics.


Quotations

  1. Quotations by Feynman
    • The character of physical law (Cambridge, USA, 1967) .


Famous Curves

  1. Cardioid
    • Diego State University, USA): .


Chronology

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EMS Archive

  1. EMS 125th Anniversary booklet
    • Born 1835 at Stuben County, New York, USA; Died 1918 .
    • After graduate work at Cambridge she became the first Head of Mathematics at Bryn Mawr College in Pennsylvania USA.
    • Born 1886 at Missouri, USA; Died 1967 .
    • Lester Ford was an American mathematician who lectured for several years in Edinburgh before moving back to the USA.
    • She went to London where she worked with Karl Pearson and then went to the USA where she gained a doctorate from Radcliffe College.
    • Born 1890 at Newark, New Jersey, USA; Died 1973 .
    • Marion Gray graduated from Edinburgh University and then went to Bryn Mawr College in the USA.
    • She returned to the USA and worked for AT&T for the rest of her career.
    • He spent some time in Chicago and eventually moved to the USA to a post at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore.
    • She taught for some time at a Horticultural College in Kent before returning to the USA.
    • Born 1884 at Overisel, Michigan, USA; Died 1944 .
    • He spent most of his career in Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, USA.
    • Born 1903 at Hoquiam, Washington, USA; Died 1961 .
    • He became a lecturer at Edinburgh and after a period in the USA he returned to Edinburgh as a Professor.
    • After some time at Bristol and in the USA he returned to Cambridge and became Lowndean Professor of Astronomy and Geometry.

  2. EMS 125th Anniversary booklet
    • Born 1884 at Overisel, Michigan, USA; Died 1944 .
    • Born 1890 at Newark, New Jersey, USA; Died 1973 .
    • He became a lecturer at Edinburgh and after a period in the USA he returned to Edinburgh as a Professor.
    • Born 1886 at Missouri, USA; Died 1967 .
    • Lester Ford was an American mathematician who lectured for several years in Edinburgh before moving back to the USA.
    • Marion Gray graduated from Edinburgh University and then went to Bryn Mawr College in the USA.
    • She returned to the USA and worked for AT&T for the rest of her career.
    • After some time at Bristol and in the USA he returned to Cambridge and became Lowndean Professor of Astronomy and Geometry.
    • Born 1835 at Stuben County, New York, USA; Died 1918 .
    • She went to London where she worked with Karl Pearson and then went to the USA where she gained a doctorate from Radcliffe College.
    • Born 1903 at Hoquiam, Washington, USA; Died 1961 .
    • After graduate work at Cambridge she became the first Head of Mathematics at Bryn Mawr College in Pennsylvania USA.
    • She taught for some time at a Horticultural College in Kent before returning to the USA.
    • He spent some time in Chicago and eventually moved to the USA to a post at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore.
    • He spent most of his career in Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, USA.

  3. Edinburgh Mathematical Society Lecturers 1883-2016
    • (Stanford, USA) Demonstrations of a pair of theorems in geometry .
    • (Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island, USA) Historical note on Wallace's line .
    • (Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island, USA) Discussion and history of certain geometrical problems of Heraclitus and Apollonius .

  4. EMS/SCM
    • Antolin, Yago (Vanderbilt University, USA) Conjugacy and hyperbolicity .
    • Piggott, Adam (Bucknell University, USA) The symmetries of McCullough-Miller space .


BMC Archive

  1. SCminutes2013b.html
    • Awarded £6,000 from CMI for four named speakers from the USA.

  2. Gminutes2017.html
    • It was announced that plenary speakers confirmed so far are Michel Broue (Universit Paris Diderot, France; Representation theory), Nicolas Monod (EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland; Ergodic theory and geometric group theory) and Yuval Peres (Microsoft Research, Redmond, USA; Probability) and that there will be Workshops on Algebra, Geometry, Analysis, Probability, Combinatorics and Mathematics Education.

  3. Minutes for 1993
    • Venues: Crispin Nash-Williams had written to Warwick about the 1997 Colloquium but the answer was not known as he (CN-W) was in the USA.

  4. Minutes for 2002
    • USA speakers with other conference/etc.

  5. SCminutes2017a.html
    • Jan Grabowski reported that Michel Broue (Universit Paris Diderot, France; Representation theory), Nicolas Monod (EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland; Ergodic theory and geometric group theory), Yuval Peres ( Microsoft Research, Redmond, USA; Probability) and Gil Kalai (Hebrew University of Jerusalem; Combinatorics) had been confirmed as plenary speakers.


Gazetteer of the British Isles

  1. London individuals H-M
    • They ran out of money and had to return to the USA early, which turned out to be fortunate as the ship they had originally intended to use never sailed due to the outbreak of war - the ship they left on was one of the last to cross the Atlantic.

  2. Bath
    • Frank Morley taught at Bath College for three years in the early 1880s before emigrating to the USA.

  3. London individuals A-C
    • Died in USA, buried in Highgate West Cemetery.

  4. Dublin
    • He returned in 1925 and was elected Fellow and University Professor of Natural Philosophy, until 1930 when he went to Toronto again and then the USA.

  5. Wrexham, North Wales
    • Elihu Yale (1648-1721) was born in the USA but went to India in 1672 and became Governor of Madras (cf under India in Section 10).

  6. London individuals N-R
    • The house was demolished in 1913, but the fore parlour was re-erected at the Babson Institute in the USA [Scripta Math.

  7. Other London Institutions outside the centre
    • Charles Mason (1730-1787), of the Mason-Dixon Line in the USA, was an assistant in the late 18C.

  8. Cambridge Individuals
    • From 1910 he lived in the USA, where from 1917 he was professor of mathematics at what became CalTech.


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