Martin Schottenloher

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Martin Schottenloher is a German mathematician.


He was born on July 25, 1944 in Lindau, Germany.

He specializes in algorithms, artificial intelligence and complex analysis.[1]


He completed his Dr. rer. nat. degree at the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich in 1972. His doctoral supervisors were Walter Roelcke and Karl Stein.[2] He received his habilitation in 1975, also from the University of Munich.[3]

At the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, he has supervised the doctoral dissertations of more than a dozen students:[2]


Some of his books and papers are:[4]

  • A Mathematical Introduction To Conformal Field Theory
  • Challenges Between Competition and Collaboration: The Future of the European Manufacturing Industry
  • Basic Bundle Theory and K-Cohomology Invariants
  • Geometrie Und Symmetrie In Der Physik. Leitmotiv Der Mathematischen Physik


  1. ^ "Martin Schottenloher - Expertise: Algorithms, Artificial Intelligence, Analysis". Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Munich – via ResearchGate.
  2. ^ a b "Martin Schottenloher". The Mathematics Genealogy Project.
  3. ^ "Martin Schottenloher". Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München.
  4. ^ "Martin Schottenloher" – via Goodreads.

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