April 15, 1924|
|Died||January 22, 1999
|Institutions||University of California, Berkeley
|Alma mater||Harvard University|
|Doctoral advisor||Oscar Zariski|
|Doctoral students||Amassa Fauntleroy
|Notable awards||Cole Prize (1960)|
Rosenlicht went to school in Brooklyn (Erasmus High School) and studied at Columbia University (B.A. 1947) and at Harvard University, where he studied under Zariski and was awarded in 1950 his doctorate (on an Algebraic Curve Equivalence Concepts). In 1952 he went to Northwestern University. Until his retirement in 1991 he was a professor at Berkeley. He was also a visiting professor in Mexico City, IHÉS, Rome, Leiden and Harvard.
Rosenlicht was a Fulbright Fellow and 1954 Guggenheim Fellow.
He died of neurological disease on a trip to Hawaii. Rosenlicht married in 1954 and had four children.
- "Liouville's Theorem on Functions with Elementary integral". Pacific Journal of Mathematics 24 (1): 153–161. 1968.
- Introduction to Analysis. Glenview: Scott, Foresman. 1968.
- "Integration in Finite Terms". American Mathematical Monthly 79: 963–972. 1972.
- The article was initially created as a translation (by Google) of the corresponding article in German Wikipedia.
- Maxwell Rosenlicht at the Mathematics Genealogy Project
- Obituary, Berkeley
- Rosenlicht at University of California, Berkeley
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