Adriano Garsia

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Adriano Garsia
Born (1928-08-20) 20 August 1928 (age 86)
Tunis, French Tunisia
Nationality American
Fields Mathematics
Institutions University of California, San Diego
Alma mater Stanford University
Doctoral advisor Charles Loewner
Doctoral students Omer Egecioglu
Stephen Milne
Stanley Sawyer

Adriano Mario Garsia (born 20 August 1928) is an Italian American mathematician who works in combinatorics, representation theory, and algebraic geometry, a student of Charles Loewner. He published work on representation theory, symmetric functions and algebraic combinatorics.

Born to Italian Tunisians in Tunis, Garsia moved to Rome in 1946.[1]

As of 2008 he had 29 students and 73 descendants according to the data at the Mathematics Genealogy Project, and was on the faculty of the University of California, San Diego.

In 2012 he became a fellow of the American Mathematical Society.[2]

Books by A. Garsia[edit]

  • Garsia, Adriano M. Martingale inequalities: Seminar notes on recent progress. Mathematics Lecture Notes Series. W. A. Benjamin, Inc., Reading, Mass.-London-Amsterdam, 1973.
  • Garsia, Adriano M. Topics in almost everywhere convergence. Lectures in Advanced Mathematics, 4 Markham Publishing Co., Chicago, Ill. 1970
  • A. M. Garsia and M. Haiman, Orbit Harmonics and Graded Representations, Research Monograph to appear as part of the collection published by the Lab. de. Comb. et Informatique Math\'ematique, edited by S. Brlek, U. du Qu\'ebec \'a Montr\'eal.

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