Guido Zappa

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Guido Zappa
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Guido Zappa in 1961
Born (1915-12-07) 7 December 1915 (age 99)
Napoli
Citizenship Italian
Institutions University of Florence
Alma mater Scuola Normale Superiore
Academic advisors Francesco Severi
Known for Algebraic geometry
Group theory

Guido Zappa (born 7 December 1915) is an Italian mathematician and a noted group theorist: his other main research interests are geometry and also the history of mathematics. Zappa is particularly known for some examples of algebraic curves that strongly influenced the ideas of Francesco Severi.

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