April 19, 1984 |
Starnberg, Bavaria, West Germany
|Institutions||University of Hamburg|
|Alma mater||University of Rostock
|Doctoral advisor||Hans-Dietrich Gronau|
|Known for||Proving Kemnitz's conjecture|
Christian Reiher (born April 19, 1984, in Starnberg) is a German mathematician. He is the fifth most successful participant in the history of the International Mathematical Olympiad, having won four gold medals in the years 2000 to 2003 and a bronze medal in 1999.
Just after finishing his Abitur, he proved Kemnitz's conjecture, an important problem in the theory of zero-sums. He went on to earn his Diplom in mathematics from the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich.
Reiher received his Ph.D. from the University of Rostock under supervision of Hans-Dietrich Gronau in February 2010 (Thesis: A proof of the theorem according to which every prime number possesses property B) and is now junior professor at the University of Hamburg.
- ——— (2007), "On Kemnitz' conjecture concerning lattice-points in the plane", The Ramanujan Journal, 13 (1–3): 333–337, doi:10.1007/s11139-006-0256-y.
- Christian Reiher at the Mathematics Genealogy Project
- "Christian Reiher's results". International Mathematical Olympiad.
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