Aleksandr Gennadievich Kurosh

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Alexander Gennadyevich Kurosh (Russian: Алекса́ндр Генна́диевич Ку́рош; January 19, 1908 – May 18, 1971) was a Soviet mathematician, known for his work in abstract algebra. He is credited with writing the first modern and high-level text on group theory, his The Theory of Groups published in 1944.

He was born in Yartsevo near Smolensk, and died in Moscow. He received his doctorate from the Moscow State University in 1936 under the direction of Pavel Alexandrov.

  • He published in Spanish "Curso de Álgebra Superior" [1]

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  1. ^ Editorial Mir, Moscú 1997, traducción de Emiliano Aparicio Bernardo

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