O. Timothy O'Meara
|O. Timothy O'Meara|
Timothy O'Meara (right) receiving honorary degree from Father Ted Hesburgh.
January 29, 1928 |
|Institutions||University of Notre Dame|
|Alma mater||Princeton University|
|Doctoral advisor||Emil Artin|
|Doctoral students||Everett C. Dade
Alexander J. Hahn
Onorato Timothy O'Meara (born January 29, 1928) is an American mathematician known for his work in number theory, linear groups and quadratic forms. He is provost emeritus and professor emeritus of mathematics at the University of Notre Dame.
O’Meara is the author of Symplectic Groups, Introduction to Quadratic Forms, and The Classical Groups and K-Theory (co-author, Alexander J. Hahn ).
In 2008, the University of Notre Dame Mathematics Library was rededicated and named in his honor.
- Introduction to Quadratic Forms, Classics in Mathematics (1963, 2000), Springer, ISBN 3540665641
- Lectures on linear groups, (1974), American Mathematical Society, ISBN 0-8218-1672-1
- Symplectic Groups (1978), American Mathematical Society, ISBN 0821815164
- The Classical Groups and K-Theory (1989), co-author, Alex Hahn, Springer, ISBN 3642057373
- "Realizing Fr. Ted's Vision" by Alexander J. Hahn
- O. Timothy O'Meara at the Mathematics Genealogy Project