László Filep

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László Filep
Born (1941-12-06)December 6, 1941
Császló, Hungary
Died November 19, 2004(2004-11-19) (aged 62)
Budapest, Hungary
Nationality  Hungarian
Alma mater University of Debrecen
Scientific career
Fields Mathematics
Institutions College of Nyíregyháza
Doctoral advisor Barna Szénássy
Lajos Tamássy

László Filep (6 December 1941 Császló – 19 November 2004 Budapest) was a Hungarian mathematician who specialized in history of mathematics. His Ph.D. advisors at the University of Debrecen were Barna Szénássy and Lajos Tamássy.

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