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Portuguese mathematicians
Daniel da Silva (mathematician)
Daniel da Silva (16 May 1814 – 6 October 1878) was a Portuguese mathematician and marine officer. Born in Lisbon, he completed his first studies at the Portuguese Royal Naval Academy, and then proceed...
José Anastácio da Cunha
José Anastácio da Cunha (1744 – January 1, 1787) was a Portuguese mathematician. He is best known for his work on the theory of equations, algebraic analysis, plain and spherical trigonometry, analyti...
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José Sebastião e Silva
José Sebastião e Silva (12 December 1914 Mértola – 25 May 1972 Lisbon) was a Portuguese mathematician.Silva graduated from the University of Lisbon in 1937, and in 1942 he received a grant from the In...
Nuno Crato
Nuno Paulo de Sousa Arrobas Crato, (born 9 March 1952) is a Portuguese university professor, researcher, mathematician, economist, and writer. For many years, Crato was a researcher and professor in ...
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Pedro Nunes
Pedro Nunes ([ˈpedɾu ˈnunɨʃ]; Latin: Petrus Nonius; 1502 – 11 August 1578) was a Portuguese mathematician, cosmographer, and professor. Nunes, considered to be one of the greatest mathematicians...
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Ruy Luís Gomes
Ruy Luís Gomes (5 December 1905, Porto – 27 October 1984) was a Portuguese mathematician and founder os the Abel Salazar Biomedical Sciences Institute. He was one of the great intellectual figur...
Alberto Pinto (professor)
Irene Fonseca
Irene Maria Quintanilha Coelho da Fonseca is a Portuguese-American applied mathematician, the Mellon College of Science Professor of Mathematics at Carnegie Mellon University, where she directs the Ce...
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