Leopoldo Nachbin

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Leopoldo Nachbin (7 January 1922 – 3 April 1993) was a Brazilian mathematician who dealt with topology, and harmonic analysis.[1]

Nachbin was born in Recife, and is best known for Nachbin's theorem. He died, aged 71, in Rio de Janeiro.

Nachbin was a Ph.D. student of Laurent Schwartz.[2]

Among his Ph.D. students is Francisco Antônio Dória.[2]


  • Topology and Order (Krieger Pub. Co., 1965)
  • Introdução à Álgebra (McGraw-Hill, 1971, in Portuguese)


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