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1877 – Born in Cranleigh, England on the 7th of February. 1896 – He entered Trinity College, Cambridge. 1900 – He passed part II of the tripos and was awarded a fellowship. 1903 – He earned his M.A., which was the highest academic degree at English universities at that time. 1906 – He held the ..

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1865 – Born on the 8th of December.          – Hadamard studied at the École Normale Supérieure under the direction of Charles Émile Picard.          – He introduced the idea of well-posed problem in the theory of partial differential equations.          – He also gave his name to the Hadamard inequality on ..

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1862 – Born on April 16th in Hertfordshire, England. British mathematician and inventor who improved the reflecting telescope, producing the first such instrument of sufficient accuracy and power to be useful in astronomy. 1717 – Hadley was elected a fellow of the Royal Society. 1720 – Served the local community as governor of Barnet grammar ..

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1938 – Phillip Griffiths was born as a American mathematician.          – He was a major developer in particular of the theory of variation of Hodge structure in Hodge theory and moduli theory. 1962 – He received his Ph.D. from Princeton University. 1962-1967 – Working under Donald Spencer and since then has held positions ..

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  1793 – He was born this year. His life story is remarkable in that he was almost entirely self-taught. He was born and lived for most of his life in one of the English town in Nottinghamshire.   1828 – He published his essay and it was sold out.   1829 – He worked ..

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1906 – He was born on the 28th day of April this year in Moravia, Austria-Hungary (now the Czech Republic) into the ethnic German family of Rudolf Gödel, the manager of a textile factory, and Marianne Gödel. At the time of his birth the town had a slight German-speaking majority and this was the language ..

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1777 – Gauss was born in Brunswick, Germany on the 30th of April. 1780 – In some accounts, it was told that his genius became very apparent at the age of three when he corrected an error his father had made on paper while calculating finances. 1792-1795 – Attended Collegium Carolinum after the Duke of ..

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