Bernard Malgrange

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Bernard Malgrange
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Born (1928-07-06) 6 July 1928 (age 89)
Paris
Nationality French
Alma mater Université Henri Poincaré
Known for Ehrenpreis–Malgrange theorem
Malgrange preparation theorem
Scientific career
Fields Mathematics
Doctoral advisor Laurent Schwartz
Doctoral students M. Salah Baouendi

Bernard Malgrange (born 6 July 1928) is a French mathematician who works on differential equations and singularity theory. He proved the Ehrenpreis–Malgrange theorem and the Malgrange preparation theorem, essential for the classification theorem of the elementary catastrophes of René Thom.

He received his Ph.D. from Université Henri Poincaré (Nancy 1) in 1955. His advisor was Laurent Schwartz.

He was elected to the Académie des sciences in 1988. In 2012 he gave the Łojasiewicz Lecture (on the "Differential algebraic groups") at the Jagiellonian University in Kraków.[1]

Publications[edit]

  • Ideals of differentiable functions (Oxford University Press, 1966)
  • Équations différentielles à coefficients polynomiaux, Progress in Mathematics (Birkhäuser, 1991).

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