Graham Robert Everest (14 December 1957 in Southwick, West Sussex – 30 July 2010) was a British mathematician.
Everest came from a working-class family and studied at Bedford College (now Royal Holloway College) of the University of London: he took a Ph.D. in 1983 under the supervision of Colin J. Bushnell of King's College London (The distribution of normal integral generators in tame extensions of Q.) He joined the faculty of the University of East Anglia in 1983 as a lecturer and spent his academic career there.
His research fields were the interaction of dynamical systems and number theory and recursive equations in number theory.
He was ordained a priest in the Church of England in 2006. He died of prostate cancer on 30 July 2010, leaving behind his wife and three children.
- With Thomas Ward Introduction to Number Theory, Springer-Verlag 2005
- With Ward Heights of polynomials and entropy in algebraic dynamics, Springer Verlag 1999
- With Alf van der Poorten, Thomas Ward, Igor Shparlinski: Recurrence sequences, American Mathematical Society 2003
- James Everest (3 November 2010). "Graham Everest obituary". The Guardian. Retrieved 2014-02-23.
- Thomas Ward (14 September 2010). "Deaths: Graham Everest". Newsletter of the London Mathematical Society (396). Archived from the original on 15 October 2012. Retrieved 2014-02-23.
- Ward, Thomas (2013). "Obituary: Graham Everest 1957–2010". Bulletin of the London Mathematical Society. 45 (5): 1110–1118. doi:10.1112/blms/bdt053.
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