Roman Sikorski

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Roman Sikorski
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Born (1920-07-11)July 11, 1920
Mszczonów near Grodzisk Mazowiecki
Died September 12, 1983(1983-09-12) (aged 63)
Warsaw
Nationality Poland
Fields Mathematics
Institutions University of Warsaw
Alma mater University of Warsaw
Doctoral advisor Andrzej Mostowski
Doctoral students Karol Krzyżewski
Tadeusz Traczyk
Known for Rasiowa–Sikorski lemma

Roman Sikorski (July 11, 1920 – September 12, 1983) was a Polish mathematician.

Biography[edit]

Sikorski was a professor at the Warsaw University from 1952 until 1982. Since 1962, he was a member of the Polish Academy of Sciences.

Interests: Boolean algebras, mathematical logic, functional analysis, theories of distribution, measure theory, general topology (descriptive set theory).

Works[edit]

  • Boolean Algebras (1960)
  • Funkcje rzeczywiste (t. 1–2 1958–59)
  • The Mathematics of Metamathematics (1963, together with H. Rasiowa)
  • Rachunek rózniczkowy i calkowy — funkcje wielu zmiennych (1967)

References[edit]

  • Roman Sikorski (11 July 1920–12 September 1983), Studia Mathematica, 78(1984), 105.
  • M. Maczynski, T. Traczyk: Roman Sikorski (1920–1983), Wiadom. Mat., 27(2), 1987, 235–241.

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