22 May 1916|
|Died||8 November 2001
|Institutions||University of London|
|Alma mater||University of Bristol|
|Doctoral advisor||Hans Heilbronn
J. G. Mostyn
|Doctoral students||Colin Bushnell
Martin J. Taylor
|Notable awards||De Morgan Medal (1992)
Berwick Prize (1976)
Fellow of the Royal Society
He was born in Munich to a Jewish family. He fled from the Nazis to France, and then to Palestine. He went to Bristol University in 1945, gaining a Ph.D in 1951 with a dissertation entitled On Some Topics in the Theory of Representation of Groups and Individual Class Field Theory under the supervision of Hans Heilbronn. He was a lecturer at the University of Leicester and then at the Keele University, then in 1962 moved as reader to King's College London where he worked until his retirement in 1981 when he moved to Robinson College, Cambridge.
He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1976. He was awarded the Berwick Prize of the London Mathematical Society in 1976 and its De Morgan Medal in 1992. The Society's Fröhlich Prize is named in his honour.
He is the brother of Herbert Fröhlich.
- Albrecht Fröhlich at the Mathematics Genealogy Project
- O'Connor, John J.; Robertson, Edmund F., "Albrecht Fröhlich", MacTutor History of Mathematics archive, University of St Andrews.
- Birch, B. J.; Taylor, M. J. (2005). "Albrecht Frahlich 22 May 1916 - 8 November 2001: Elected FRS 1976". Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 51: 149. doi:10.1098/rsbm.2005.0010.
- The papers of Albrecht Fröhlich have just been processed by the NCUACS, Bath, England . They can be consulted in the Archives of King's College, London
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