Paul Dienes

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Not to be confused with Zoltan Paul Dienes.

Paul Dienes (Hungarian: Dienes Pál. November 24. 1882 Tokaj, Austria-Hungary – March 23. 1952) was a Hungarian mathematician and poet.

He married Valéria Geiger (1879-1978) in December 1905. They had two sons, Gedeon Dienes (1914) and Zoltan Paul Dienes (1916). Following their divorce, he married Sari Dienes in 1922.

From 1921 to 1923 he lectured at University College, Swansea, where his students included Evan Tom Davies. From 1923 to 1948 he was Professor of Mathematics at Birkbeck College, London, where his students included Ralph Henstock and Abraham Robinson.

Selected works[edit]

  • Leçons sur les singularités des fonctions analytiques, professées à l'Université de Budapest par Paul Dienes. 1913. 
  • Taylor series; an introduction to the theory of functions of a complex variable. 1931. [1] 2nd edition. 1957.