According to our current on-line database, Emil Grosswald has 10 students and 20 descendants. We welcome any additional information. If you have additional. Emil Grosswald (December 15, – April 11, ) was a Romanian- American mathematician who worked primarily in number theory. His career is closely. Emil Grosswald was born in Bucharest, Rumania, on December 15, He received a Masters’ degree from the University of Bucharest () and continued.
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Emil Grosswald biography
Emil Grosswald December 15, — April 11, was a Romanian – American mathematician who worked primarily in number theory. His career is closely associated with that of his teacher, Hans Rademacher.
Grosswald was born on December 15, in BucharestRomania. He received a Master’s degree from the University of Bucharest in He moved to Puerto Rico in and then to the United States in Grosswald died April 11, in Narberth, Pennsylvania.
Grosswald’s first three scientific papers, written while he was in Cubawere published under the pseudonym E. After receiving his PhD inGrosswald taught at the University of Pennsylvania from to and then moved to Temple University and stayed until his retirement in He also held positions at the University of SaskatchewanInstitute for Advanced Studythe Technion —Swarthmore Collegeand the University of Pennsylvania Grosswald completed some works of his teacher Hans Rademacherwho died in Rademacher had prepared notes for an Earle Raymond Hedrick Lecture in Boulder, Colorado in on Dedekind sums emip, but fell ill, and Grosswald gave the lecture for him.
Grosswald was elected to the Board of Governors of the Mathematical Association of America for — Emil Grosswald Emil Grosswald.
Emil Grosswald right and Fred van der Blij in Notices of the Groosswald Mathematical Society.
Knopp, Marvin; Sheingorn, Mark, eds. A Tribute to Emil Grosswald.
Archived from the original PDF on October 15, Emil Grosswald, Bessel polynomials “. University of Pennsylvania Temple University. University of Bucharest University of Pennsylvania.