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Atiyah, Michael Francis, 1929-2019

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Personal name headingAtiyah, Michael Francis, 1929-2019
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Variant(s)Atiyah, M. F. (Michael Francis), 1929-2019
Atʹi︠a︡, M., 1929-2019
Adiya, 1929-2019
Атья, М., 1929-2019
阿蒂亞, 1929-2019
Birth date1929-04-22
Death date2019-01-11
Place of birthHampstead (London, England)
Field of activityMathematics Mathematical physics Atiyah-Singer index theorem
AffiliationUniversity of Oxford University of Cambridge Institute for Advanced Study (Princeton, N.J.) University of Edinburgh
Profession or occupationMathematicians College teachers
Special noteNon-Latin script references not evaluated
Found inPalais, R. S. Seminar on the Atiyah-Singer index theorem, 1965.
Bayer, G. Studien zur verallgemeinerten Cohomologie komplexer projektiver Räume, c1982: t.p. (Atiyah) p. 27 (Atiyah, M.F.)
His The geometry and physics of knots, 1990: CIP t.p. (Michael Atiyah; prof., Mathematical Institute, Univ. of Oxford)
OCLC, Feb. 13, 2008 (hdg.: Atiyah, Michael Francis, 1929- ; usage: Michael Francis Atiyah; Michael Atiyah; M.F. Atiyah; Sir Michael Atiyah; Michael F. Atiyah; M. Atʹi︠a︡)
Wikipedia, Feb. 13, 2008 (Sir Michael Francis Atiyah, OM, FRS; b. April 22, 1929, Hampstead, London; a Lebanese-British mathematician)
Introducción al álgebra conmutativa, 1978: title page (M. F. Atiyah ; Universidad de Oxford)
LCCN 2010493163: Shu xue yu wu li zui qian yan, 2010 (heading: Atiyah, Michael Francis, 1929- ; usage: 阿蒂亞 = Adiya)
New York times WWW site, viewed Jan. 15, 2019 (in obituary published Jan. 11: Michael Atiyah; b. Michael Francis Atiyah, Apr. 22, 1929, London; d. Friday [Jan. 11, 2019], aged 89; British mathematician who united mathematics and physics during the 1960s in a way not seen since the days of Isaac Newton)
Associated languageeng fre ger