C. Brian Haselgrove
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For the British archaeologist, see Colin Haselgrove.
|Born||26 September 1926|
|Died||27 May 1964(aged 37)|
|Alma mater||University of Cambridge|
|Thesis||Some theorems in the analytic theory of numbers (1956)|
|Doctoral advisor||Albert Ingham|
|Known for||disproof of Pólya conjecture|
|Notable awards||Smith's Prize (1950)|
Haselgrove was educated at Blundell's School and from there won a scholarship to King's College, University of Cambridge. He obtained his Ph.D., which was supervised by Albert Ingham, from Cambridge in 1956.
- Haselgrove, C.B. (1958). "A disproof of a conjecture of Pólya". Mathematika 5: 141–145. doi:10.1112/S0025579300001480. ISSN 0025-5793. MR 0104638. Zbl 0085.27102.