Martin Aigner

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Martin Aigner
Martin Aigner.jpg
Aigner in 2004
Born (1942-02-28) 28 February 1942 (age 80)
Linz, Austria
NationalityAustrian
OccupationMathematician

Martin Aigner (born February 28, 1942 in Linz) is an Austrian mathematician and professor at Freie Universität Berlin since 1974 with interests in combinatorial mathematics and graph theory.[1][2]

He received his Ph.D from the University of Vienna. His book Proofs from THE BOOK (co-written with Günter M. Ziegler) has been translated into 12 languages.[3]

He is a recipient of a 1996 Lester R. Ford Award from the MAA for his expository article Turán's Graph Theorem.[4] In 2018, received the Leroy P. Steele Prize for Mathematical Exposition (jointly with Günter M. Ziegler).[5]

Bibliography[edit]

  • Combinatorial Theory (1997 reprint: ISBN 3-540-61787-6, 1979: ISBN 3-540-90376-3; )
  • (with Günter M. Ziegler) Proofs from THE BOOK
  • A Course in Enumeration, 2007, ISBN 3-540-39032-4
  • Discrete Mathematics, 2007, ISBN 0-8218-4151-3
  • Mathematics Everywhere. Martin Aigner (Author, Editor), Ehrhard Behrends (Editor), 2010
  • Alles Mathematik: Von Pythagoras zum CD-player, by Martin Aigner, Ehrhard Behrends, 2008, ISBN 3-8348-0416-9
  • Combinatorial search. Teubner, Stuttgart 1988, ISBN 3-519-02109-9
  • Graphentheorie. Eine Entwicklung aus dem 4-Farben-Problem. Teubner, Stuttgart 1984, ISBN 3-519-02068-8
  • Diskrete Mathematik. Mit über 500 Übungsaufgaben.
  • "Markov's Theorem and 100 Years of the Uniqueness Conjecture". Springer 2013 edition:ISBN 978-3-319-00887-5

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