1915 – Born on the 5th of March in Paris, France.
1945 – He received his doctorate in mathematical sciences in Paris, after which he became a professor at the University of Nancy.
1950 – Schwartz was awarded the Fields Medal at the International Congress of Mathematicians in Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S for his work on the theory of distributions, or generalized functions.
1951 – Schwartz’s publications include Théorie des distributions “Theory of Distributions”.
1953 – He joined the Faculty of Science.
1956 – Mathematical Methods in Physics.
1959 – He served as a professor of analysis at the École Polytechnique, Palaiseau.
1969 – Applications of Distributions to the Theory of Elementary Particles in Quantum Mechanics.
1975 – Tensors.
1983 – How to Save the University.
2002 – Died on the 4th of July in Paris.