Kurt Mahler, né le 26 juillet 1903, à Krefeld, en Allemagne, et mort le 25 février 1988, à Canberra, en Australie, est un mathématicien, membre de la Royal Society.↑ D'après Jonathan M. Borwein, Yann Bugeaud et Michael Coons, « The legacy of Kurt Mahler », Gazette Australian Mathematical Society, no mars,‎ 2014 (lire en ligne)

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  • Kurt Mahler, né le 26 juillet 1903, à Krefeld, en Allemagne, et mort le 25 février 1988, à Canberra, en Australie, est un mathématicien, membre de la Royal Society.
  • Kurt Mahler FRS (Krefeld, 26 de julho de 1903 — Camberra, 25 de fevereiro de 1988) foi um matemático alemão.Estudou na Universidade de Frankfurt e na Universidade de Göttingen, com doutorado na Universidade de Frankfurt em 1927. Abandonou a Alemanha após a ascensão de Hitler, seguindo um convite de Louis Mordell para a Universidade de Cambridge. Obteve a cidadania britânica em 1946.Mahler ocupou os seguintes postos:Universidade de ManchesterProfessor assistente, 1937–1939 e 1941–1944Lecturer, 1944–1947; Senior Lecturer, 1948–1949; Reader, 1949–1952Professor de Análise Matemática, 1952–1963Professor de Matemática, Instituto de Estudos Avançados, Universidade Nacional da Austrália, 1963–1968 e 1972–1975Professor de Matemática, Universidade do Estado de Ohio, 1968–1972Professor Emérito, Universidade Nacional da Austrália, 1975.Foi eleito membro da Royal Society em 1948 e membro da Academia de Ciências da Austrália em 1965. Foi laureado com o Prêmio Berwick Sênior (1950), a Medalha De Morgan (1971) e a Medalha Thomas Ranken Lyle (1977).Mahler provou que a Constante de Prouhet–Thue–Morse e a constante de Champernowne 0,1234567891011121314151617181920... são números transcendentais.== Referências ==
  • Kurt Mahler (* 26. Juli 1903 in Krefeld; † 25. Februar 1988 in Canberra, Australien) war ein deutschstämmiger britischer Mathematiker, der sich vor allem mit Zahlentheorie beschäftigte (Theorie p-adischer Zahlen).
  • Kurt Mahler FRS (26 July 1903, Krefeld, Germany – 25 February 1988, Canberra, Australia) was a mathematician.He was a student at the universities in Frankfurt and Göttingen, graduating with a Ph.D. from Johann Wolfgang Goethe University of Frankfurt am Main in 1927; his advisor was Carl Ludwig Siegel.He left Germany with the rise of Hitler and accepted an invitation by Louis Mordell to go to Manchester. However, at the start of World War II he was interned as an enemy alien in Central Camp in Douglas, Isle of Man, where he met Kurt Hirsch, although he was released after only three months. He became a British citizen in 1946.Mahler held the following positions:University of Groningen Assistant 1934-36University of Manchester Assistant Lecturer at 1937–39, 1941–44 Lecturer, 1944–47; Senior Lecturer, 1948–49; Reader, 1949–52 Professor of Mathematical Analysis, 1952–63 Professor of Mathematics, Institute of Advanced Studies, Australian National University, 1963–68 and 1972–5 Professor of Mathematics, Ohio State University, USA, 1968–72 Professor Emeritus, Australian National University, from 1975.He was elected a member of the Royal Society in 1948 and a member of the Australian Academy of Science in 1965.He was awarded the London Mathematical Society's Senior Berwick Prize in 1950, the De Morgan Medal, 1971, and the Thomas Ranken Lyle Medal, 1977.He spoke fluent Chinese and was an expert photographer.Mahler proved that the Prouhet–Thue–Morse constant and the Champernowne constant 0.1234567891011121314151617181920... are transcendental numbers.
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  • Kurt Mahler, né le 26 juillet 1903, à Krefeld, en Allemagne, et mort le 25 février 1988, à Canberra, en Australie, est un mathématicien, membre de la Royal Society.↑ D'après Jonathan M. Borwein, Yann Bugeaud et Michael Coons, « The legacy of Kurt Mahler », Gazette Australian Mathematical Society, no mars,‎ 2014 (lire en ligne)
  • Kurt Mahler (* 26. Juli 1903 in Krefeld; † 25. Februar 1988 in Canberra, Australien) war ein deutschstämmiger britischer Mathematiker, der sich vor allem mit Zahlentheorie beschäftigte (Theorie p-adischer Zahlen).
  • Kurt Mahler FRS (Krefeld, 26 de julho de 1903 — Camberra, 25 de fevereiro de 1988) foi um matemático alemão.Estudou na Universidade de Frankfurt e na Universidade de Göttingen, com doutorado na Universidade de Frankfurt em 1927. Abandonou a Alemanha após a ascensão de Hitler, seguindo um convite de Louis Mordell para a Universidade de Cambridge.
  • Kurt Mahler FRS (26 July 1903, Krefeld, Germany – 25 February 1988, Canberra, Australia) was a mathematician.He was a student at the universities in Frankfurt and Göttingen, graduating with a Ph.D. from Johann Wolfgang Goethe University of Frankfurt am Main in 1927; his advisor was Carl Ludwig Siegel.He left Germany with the rise of Hitler and accepted an invitation by Louis Mordell to go to Manchester.
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