László Filep

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László Filep
Born (1941-12-06)December 6, 1941
Császló, Hungary
Died November 19, 2004(2004-11-19) (aged 62)
Budapest, Hungary
Nationality  Hungarian
Fields Mathematics
Institutions College of Nyíregyháza
Alma mater University of Debrecen
Doctoral advisor Barna Szénássy
Lajos Tamássy

László Filep (6 December 1941 Császló – 19 November 2004 Budapest) was a Hungarian mathematician who specialized in history of mathematics. His Ph.D. advisors at the University of Debrecen were Barna Szénássy and Lajos Tamássy.

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