Sergio Albeverio

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Sergio Albeverio
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Born (1939-01-17)17 January 1939
Lugano, Switzerland
Residence Bonn, Germany
Nationality Swiss
Fields Mathematics
Institutions University of Bonn
Alma mater Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich
Doctoral advisor Res Jost and Markus Fierz

Sergio Albeverio (born 17 January 1939)[1] is a Swiss mathematician working in the field of differential equations and mathematical physics.

He studied at the ETH Zurich where he also did his PhD in 1967 under the direction of Res Jost (and Markus Fierz).[2] Since 1997 he is professor at the University of Bonn.

1992 he received the Max-Planck-Award in mathematics.[3]

Selected publications[edit]

  • with Raphael Høegh-Krohn: Mathematical theory of Feynman Path Integrals, Lecture Notes in Mathematics, Band 523, Springer Verlag 1976, 2nd ed. 2008
  • with Raphael Høegh-Krohn, Jens Erik Fenstad, Tom Lindstrøm: Nonstandard Methods in stochastic analysis and mathematical physics, Academic Press 1986, Dover 2009
  • with Fritz Gesztesy, Raphael Høegh-Krohn, Helge Holden: Solvable Models in Quantum Mechanics, Springer 1988, 2nd ed., American Mathematical Society Chelsea Publishing, 2005
  • with Jürgen Jost, Sylvie Paycha, Sergio Scarlatti: A mathematical introduction to String Theory. Variational Problems, Geometric and Probabilistic Methods, Cambridge University Press 1997
  • with Pavel Kurasov: Singular perturbations of differential operators. Solvable Schrödinger type operators, London Mathematical Society Lecturenotes, Cambridge University Press 2000
  • with Raphael Høegh-Krohn, J. Marion, D. Testard, B. Torresani: Noncommutative distributions: unitary representations of gauge groups and algebras, Marcel Dekker 1993
  • with A. Khrennikov, V. Shelkovich: Theory of p-adic distributions: linear and nonlinear models, Cambridge University Press 2010

See also[edit]


  1. ^ preface in Fritz Gesztesy et al (eds): Stochastic processes in physics and geometry – new interplays – volume in Honor of Sergio Albeverio, CMS Conference Proceedings, Vol. 28, 2000
  2. ^ Sergio Albeverio at the Mathematics Genealogy Project
  3. ^ Max-Planck-Awards 1992

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