Henry Marshall Tory
Henry Marshall Tory (January 11, 1864 – February 6, 1947) was the first president of the University of Alberta (1908–1928), the first president of the Khaki University, the first president of th...
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Ralph Lent Jeffery
Ralph Lent Jeffery (3 Oct 1889 Overton, Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia, Canada – 1975 Wolfville, Nova Scotia, Canada) was a Canadian mathematician working on analysis.
Walter Gage
Walter Henry Gage, CC (March 5, 1905 – October 3, 1978) was a Canadian professor and academic administrator.
Went to John Oliver Secondary School. He was with the University of British Colum...
Israel Halperin
Israel Halperin, CM FRSC (January 5, 1911 – March 8, 2007) was a Canadian mathematician and social activist. Born in Westmount, Québec, the son of Russian immigrants Solomon Halperin and Fa...
Paul Tseng
Paul Tseng was a Taiwanese-born American and Canadian applied mathematician and a professor at the Department of Mathematics at the University of Washington, in Seattle, Washington. Tseng was recogni...
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Leonidas Alaoglu
Leonidas (Leon) Alaoglu (Greek: Λεωνίδας Αλάογλου; March 19, 1914 – August 1981) was a mathematician, most famous for his widely cited result called Alaoglu's theorem on the weak-star compac...
Boris Levit
Boris Ya. Levit is a professor of statistics at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario.
Levit obtained his M.Sc. in Mathematics from Moscow State University and his Ph.D. in Statistics from Russi...
Michael Makkai
Michael Makkai (Hungarian: Makkai Mihály, 24 June 1939, Budapest, Hungary) is Canadian mathematician of Hungarian origin, specializing in mathematical logic. He works in model theory, category the...
Leo Moser
Leo Moser (April 11, 1921, Vienna – February 9, 1970, Edmonton) was an Austrian-Canadian mathematician, best known for his polygon notation.A native of Vienna, Leo Moser immigrated with his parents to...
Derek Corneil
Derek Gordon Corneil is a Canadian mathematician and computer scientist, a professor emeritus of Computer Science at the University of Toronto, and an expert in graph algorithms and Graph Theory.
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Joachim Lambek
Joachim Lambek (5 December 1922 – 23 June 2014) was Peter Redpath Emeritus Professor of Pure Mathematics at McGill University, where he earned his Ph.D. degree in 1950 with Hans Zassenhaus as advisor....
W. T. Tutte
William Thomas Tutte , known as Bill Tutte (/tʌt/; May 14, 1917 – May 2, 2002), was a British, later Canadian, codebreaker and mathematician. During World War II he made a brilliant and fundamental ad...
Lee Lorch
Lee Lorch (September 20, 1915 – February 28, 2014) was a mathematician early civil rights activist, and communist. His leadership in the campaign to desegregate Stuyvesant Town, a large housing develo...
Daniel Murray (mathematician)
Daniel Alexander Murray (1862–1934) was a Canadian mathematician. Murray was born in Colchester County, Nova Scotia, and was educated at Dalhousie and Johns Hopkins universities and in Berlin and Par...
Robert Steinberg
Robert Steinberg (May 25, 1922 – May 25, 2014) was a mathematician at the University of California, Los Angeles who introduced the Steinberg representation, the Lang–Steinberg theorem, the Steinberg g...
Sue Whitesides
Sue Hays Whitesides is a Canadian mathematician and computer scientist, a professor of computer science and the chair of the computer science department at the University of Victoria in British Columb...
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Evelyn Nelson (mathematician)
Evelyn Merle Nelson (November 25, 1943 – August 1, 1987), born Evelyn Merle Roden, was a Canadian mathematician. Nelson made contributions to the area of universal algebra with applications to t...
Adrien Pouliot
Adrien Pouliot, CC (January 4, 1896 – March 10, 1980) was a Canadian mathematician and educator.Born in Île d'Orléans, Quebec, he obtained a B.A. in applied sciences from the École Polytechniqu...
Charles Castonguay
Charles Castonguay (born 1940) is a retired associate professor of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of Ottawa.
A native English speaker, he was sent by his parents to a French Catholic...
Roderick Melnik
Roderick Melnik is a Canadian-Australian mathematician and scientist, internationally known for his research in applied mathematics, numerical analysis, and mathematical modeling for scientific and en...
Nathan Divinsky
Nathan Joseph Harry Divinsky (October 29, 1925 – June 17, 2012) was a Canadian mathematician, university professor, chess master, chess writer, and chess official. Divinsky was also known for being th...
John Lane Bell
John Lane Bell (born March 25, 1945) is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Western Ontario in Canada. He has made many contributions to mathematical logic and philosophy, and is the author o...
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Ivar Ekeland
Ivar Ekeland (born 2 July 1944, Paris) is a French mathematician of Norwegian descent. Ekeland has written influential monographs and textbooks on nonlinear functional analysis, the calculus of variat...
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Nina Snaith
Nina Claire Snaith is a British mathematician at the University of Bristol working in random matrix theory and quantum chaos. In 1998, she and her then adviser Jon Keating conjectured a value for the...
Olga Kharlampovich
Olga Kharlampovich is a Canadian mathematician working in the area of group theory. She is a professor at the CUNY Graduate Center and Hunter College. Prior to this she was a Professor of Mathemat...
Gert Sabidussi
Gert Sabidussi (born 28 October, 1929 in Graz) is an Austrian-mathematician specializing in combinatorics and graph theory.
Sabidussi was born in Graz, Austria. His family later moved to Innsbruc...
Samuel Beatty (mathematician)
Samuel Beatty (1881–1970) was dean of the Faculty of Mathematics at the University of Toronto Mississauga, taking the position in 1934.
Beatty was born in 1881. In 1915, he graduated from the Univ...