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Czech mathematicians
Mathias Lerch
Mathias Lerch (Matyáš Lerch, [ˈlɛrx]) (20 February 1860, Milínov – 3 August 1922, Sušice) was a Czech mathematician who published about 250 papers, largely on mathematical analysis and number theory. ...
Charles Loewner
Charles Loewner (29 May 1893 – 8 January 1968) was an American mathematician. His name was Karel Löwner in Czech and Karl Löwner in German.Karl Loewner was born into a Jewish family in Lany, about 30&...
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Petr Mandl
Professor Petr Mandl DSc (5 November 1933 – 24 February 2012) was a Czech mathematician known for his contributions to the fields of stochastic processes and actuarial science. He published several bo...
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Assaf Naor
Assaf Naor (born May 7, 1975) is a Czech-Israeli mathematician and computer scientist, a professor of mathematics at Princeton University.
Naor earned a baccalaureate from Hebrew University of Jer...
Pavel Tichý
Pavel Tichý ([ˈpavɛl ˈcɪxiː]; 18 February 1936 Brno, Czechoslovakia – 26 October 1994 Dunedin, New Zealand) was a Czech logician, philosopher and mathematician. He worked in the field of intens...
Czech logicians
Joseph J. Kohn
Joseph John Kohn (born May 18, 1932) is a Professor Emeritus of mathematics at Princeton University, where he does research on partial differential operators and complex analysis.
Born to a family...
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Bohuslav Balcar
Bohuslav Balcar ([ˈboɦuslaf ˈbaltsar]; born 1943) is a Czech mathematician. He is a senior researcher at the Center for Theoretical Study (CTS), and a professor at Charles University in Prague. His re...
Václav Láska
Václav Láska (1862–1943) was a renowned Czech astronomer, geophysicist, and mathematician. He conducted most of his work at Charles University.
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Vlastimil Pták
Vlastimil Pták ([ˈvlascɪmɪl ˈptaːk]; November 8, 1925, Prague – May 5 1999) was a Czech mathematician, who worked in functional analysis, theoretical numerical analysis, and linear algebra. Notable ...
Stanislav Vydra
Stanislav Vydra (November 13, 1741 in Hradec Králové - December 2, 1804 in Prague) was a Bohemian Jesuit priest, writer, mathematician.
Vydra entered the Jesuit novitiate of Hradec Králové in 175...
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Emil Weyr
Emil Weyr (July 1, 1848 – January 25, 1894) was an Austrian mathematician, known for his numerous publications on geometry.Born in Prague, Weyr attended the Czech Technical University in Prague, where...
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František Josef Studnička
František Josef Studnička (1836, Soběslav - 1903) was a Czech mathematician and popular pedagogue at Charles University in Prague. He was also an active contributor to astronomy and meteorology. He wa...
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David Gans
David Gans (Hebrew: דָּוִד בֶּן שְׁלֹמֹה גנז; 1541–1613), also known as Rabbi Dovid Solomon Ganz, was a Jewish chronicler, mathematician, historian, astronomer and astrologer. He is the author ...
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František Wolf
František Wolf (1904–1989) was a Czech mathematician known for his contributions to trigonometry and mathematical analysis, specifically the study of the perturbation of linear operators.Wolf was born...
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Vaclav Zizler
Vaclav Zizler, Ph.D., Dr.Sc., is a Czech mathematics professor specializing in Banach space theory and non-linear spaces.As of 2006, Dr. Zizler holds the position of Professor Emeritus at the Universi...
Eduard Čech
Eduard Čech ([ˈɛduart ˈtʃɛx]) (June 29, 1893 – March 15, 1960) was a Czech mathematician born in Stračov, Bohemia (then Austria-Hungary, now Czech Republic). His research interests included projecti...
Vojtěch Rödl
Thomas Jech
Thomas J. Jech (Czech: Tomáš Jech, [ˈtɔmaːʃ ˈjɛx]; born January 29, 1944 in Prague) is a mathematician specializing in set theory who was at Penn State for more than 25 years.
He was educated ...
V. J. Havel
Václav J. Havel is a Czech mathematician.He is known for characterizing the degree sequences of undirected graphs.
Otomar Hájek
Otomar Hájek is a Czech-American mathematician, known for his contributions to dynamical systems, game theory and control theory.He got his Ph.D. at Charles University in Prague (1963) on a thesis e...
Jaroslav Hájek
Jaroslav Hájek ([ˈjaroslaf ˈɦaːjɛk]; 1926–1974) was a Czech mathematician who worked in theoretical statistics.
Václav Chvátal
Václav (Vašek) Chvátal ([ˈvaːtslaf ˈxvaːtal]; born 20 July 1946) is a professor in the Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering at Concordia University in Montreal, Canada, where he hol...
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Moritz Allé
Moritz Allé (1837–1913 in Brno) was a Czech astronomer and mathematician, one of the teachers of Nikola Tesla.
Czech statisticians
Vojtěch Jarník
Vojtěch Jarník ([ˈvojcɛx ˈjarɲiːk]; 1897 – 1970) was a Czech mathematician.His main area of work was in number theory and mathematical analysis; he proved a number of results on lattice point problems...
Karel Zahradnik
Karel Zahradnik (1848–1916) was a renowned Czech mathematician at the University of Zagreb. In his 23 years of productive activity in Zagreb he wrote several significant scholarly works, mainly concer...
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Jakub Kresa
Jakub Kresa, Spanish: Jacob Kresa, Latin: Jacobo Kreysa (July 19, 1648 – July 28, 1715) was one of the most important Czech mathematicians of the Baroque era.
Jakub Kresa was born into a s...
Miroslav Fiedler
Miroslav Fiedler (born April 7, 1926 in Prague) is a Czech mathematician known for his contributions to linear algebra, graph theory and algebraic graph theory.His article, "Algebraic Connectivity of ...
Karel Rychlík
Karel Rychlík ([ˈkarɛl ˈrɪxliːk]; 1885–1968) was a Czech mathematician who contributed significantly to the fields of algebra, number theory, mathematical analysis, and the history of mathematics.