Advanced Courses of Mathematical Analysis II: Proceedings of by M. V. Velasco, A. Rodriguez-Palacios

By M. V. Velasco, A. Rodriguez-Palacios

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Manin and K. A. ), The Grothendieck Festschrift, a collection of articles written in honor of 60th birthday of Alexander Grothendieck (3 Volumes). Progress in Mathematics, 88. Birkhauser, Boston 1990. 4. P. Cartier, A mad day's work: f r o m Grothendieck to Connes and Kontsevich. T h e evolutions of concepts of space and symmetry. Bull. Amer. Math. 38, 4 (2001), 389-408. 5. A. Defant and K. Floret, Tensor norms and Operator Ideals. North Holland, , Amsterdam, 1993. 6. J. Diestel, A survey of results related t o the Dunford-Pettis property.

Bombal, Sobre algunas propiedades de espacios de Banach. Revista Acad. Ci. Madrid, 84 (1990), 83-116. 3. P. Cartier, L. M. Katz, G. Laumon, Y. Manin and K. A. ), The Grothendieck Festschrift, a collection of articles written in honor of 60th birthday of Alexander Grothendieck (3 Volumes). Progress in Mathematics, 88. Birkhauser, Boston 1990. 4. P. Cartier, A mad day's work: f r o m Grothendieck to Connes and Kontsevich. T h e evolutions of concepts of space and symmetry. Bull. Amer. Math. 38, 4 (2001), 389-408.

He studied mathematics a t the University of Montpellier from 1945 to 1948 and, having completed his bachelor's degree, went t o Paris for his doctorate, with a letter of recommendation t o Elie Cartan. His son, Henri Cartan advises Grothendieck t o do his doctorate in Nancy with Laurent Schwartz. He finished his Thesis (a real masterpiece) in 1953 and spent the following two years in Brazil. In 1955 he visited the Universities of Kansas and Chicago and hoped to find a position in France, in spite of his foreign nationality.

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