7 March 1919|
|Died||7 July 2014(aged 95)|
|Alma mater||Lund University|
|Doctoral students||Lars Hörmander|
|Known for||Partial differential equations
|Notable awards||Member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences (1953)|
Lars Gårding (7 March 1919 – 7 July 2014) was a Swedish mathematician. He has made notable contributions to the study of partial differential equations and partial differential operators. He was a professor of mathematics at Lund University in Sweden 1952 - 1984. Together with Marcel Riesz, he was a thesis advisor for Lars Hörmander.
His doctorate thesis was first on group representations in 1944, but in the following years he changed his research focus to the theory of partial differential equations. He hold the professorship of mathematics at Lund University in 1952 until retirement in 1984.
His interest was not limited to mathematics, and also in art, literature and music. He played the violin and the piano. Further, he published a book on bird songs and calls in 1987, a result of his interest in bird watching.
Gårding was elected a member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences in 1953.
Gårding died on 7 July 2014, aged 95.
- 1977. Encounter with Mathematic, 1st Edition.
- 2013. Encounter with Mathematic, softcover reprint of the 1st 1977 edition. Springer
- Atiyah, Michael Francis; Bott, Raoul; Gårding, Lars (1970), "Lacunas for hyperbolic differential operators with constant coefficients. I", Acta Mathematica 124: 109–189, doi:10.1007/BF02394570, MR 0470499, Zbl 0191.11203
- Atiyah, Michael Francis; Bott, Raoul; Gårding, Lars (1973), "Lacunas for hyperbolic differential operators with constant coefficients. II", Acta Mathematica 131: 145–206, doi:10.1007/BF02392039, MR 0470500
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