Wolfgang Heinrich Johannes Fuchs

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Wolfgang Fuchs
Born (1915-05-19)May 19, 1915
Died February 24, 1997(1997-02-24) (aged 81)
Institutions Cornell University
Alma mater University of Cambridge
Doctoral advisor Albert Ingham
Notes
Erdős Number: 1

Wolfgang Heinrich Johannes Fuchs (May 19, 1915, Munich–February 24, 1997) was a mathematician specializing in complex analysis. His main area of research was Nevanlinna theory.

Fuchs received his Ph.D. in 1941 from the University of Cambridge, under the direction of Albert Ingham.[1] He joined the faculty of Cornell University in 1950 and spent the rest of his career there.

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  1. ^ Anderson, J. Milne; Drasin, David; Sons, Linda R. (December 1998). "Wolfgang Heinrich Johannes Fuchs (1915–1997)" (PDF). Notices of the American Mathematical Society 45 (11): pp.1472–1478. Retrieved 2007-11-27. 

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