Michel Plancherel (16 January 1885, Bussy, Fribourg – 4 March 1967, Zurich) was a Swiss mathematician. He was born in Bussy (Fribourg, Switzerland) and obtained his Diplom in mathematics from the University of Fribourg and then his doctoral degree in 1907 with a thesis written under the supervision of Mathias Lerch. Plancherel was a professor in Fribourg (1911), and from 1920 at ETH Zurich.
He was married to Cécile Tercier, had nine children, and presided at the Mission Catholique Française in Zürich.
- Plancherel, Michel (1910) "Contribution a l'etude de la representation d'une fonction arbitraire par les integrales définies," Rendiconti del Circolo Matematico di Palermo, vol. 30, pages 298-335.
- O'Connor, John J.; Robertson, Edmund F., "Michel Plancherel", MacTutor History of Mathematics archive, University of St Andrews.
- (in French) Short biography, Department of mathematics, University of Fribourg
- Media related to Michel Plancherel (mathematician) at Wikimedia Commons
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