21 July 1955 |
|Alma mater||University of Utrecht|
|Awards||Otto Neugebauer Prize (2012)|
|Institutions||University of Utrecht
University of Heidelberg
|Doctoral advisor||Fred van der Blij
Gerald J. Toomer
Hogendijk has contributed to the study of Greek mathematics and mathematics in medieval Islam; he provides a list of Sources on his website (below). In 2012, he was awarded the inaugural Otto Neugebauer Prize for History of Mathematics, by the European Mathematical Society, "for having illuminated how Greek mathematics was absorbed in the medieval Arabic world, how mathematics developed in medieval Islam, and how it was eventually transmitted to Europe."
A bibliographyof Hogandijk's publications is included in his website.
- 1986: "Arabic traces of the lost works of Apollonius", Archive for History of Exact Sciences 35(3):187–253
- 1987: "Observations on the icosahedron in Euclid's Elements", Historia Mathematica 14(2): 175–7
- 1989: "Sharaf al-Din al-Tusi on the number of positive roots of cubic equations", Historia Mathematica 16(1):69–85
- 1991: "Desargues’ Brouillon project and the Conics of Apollonius", Centaurus 34(1): 1–43.
- 1994: "B.L. van der Waerden's detective work in ancient and medieval mathematical astronomy", Nieuw Archief voor Wiskunde Vierde Serie 12(3): 145–58.
- 1994: "Mathematics in medieval Islamic Spain", Proceedings of the International Congress of Mathematicians, pages 1568–80
- 2008: "The Introduction to Geometry by Qusta ibn Luqa: translation and commentary", Suhayl 8: 163–221.