Aleksander Rajchman

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Aleksander Rajchman
Born (1890-11-13)13 November 1890
Warsaw, Poland
Died 1940
Sachsenhausen concentration camp
Alma mater University of Warsaw
Known for Rajchman measure
Scientific career
Fields Mathematician
Doctoral advisor Hugo Steinhaus
Doctoral students Zygmunt Zalcwasser
Antoni Zygmund

Aleksander Rajchman (13 November 1890 – July or August 1940) was a Polish mathematician who introduced Rajchman measures.

He was the first cousin of Ludwik Hirszfeld.[1]


  1. ^ Hirszfeld, Ludwik; Balińska, Marta A.; Schneider, William Howard (2010). Ludwik Hirszfeld. University Rochester Press. p. 422. ISBN 9781580463386.