Jean Ginibre

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Jean Ginibre is a French mathematical physicist, known for his contributions to random matrix theory (see circular law), statistical mechanics (see FKG inequality, Ginibre inequality), and partial differential equations. He received the Paul Langevin Prize in 1969.[1]

Jean Ginibre is Emeritus Professor at Paris-Sud 11 University.[2]

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