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Michael Herman
French mathematician

Michael Herman

Michael Herman
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Intro French mathematician
Was Mathematician
From France United States of America
Field Mathematics
Gender male
Birth 6 November 1942, New York City, USA
Death 2 November 2000, Paris, France (aged 58 years)
Star sign Scorpio
Education
University of Paris (1896-1968)
École Polytechnique
Awards
Servant Prize 1978
Salem Prize 1976
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Biography

Michael Robert Herman (6 November 1942 – 2 November 2000) was a French American mathematician. He was one of the leading experts on the theory of dynamical systems.

Born in New York City, he was educated in France. He was a student at École Polytechnique before being one of the first members of the Centre de Mathématiques created there by Laurent Schwartz. In 1976 he earned his PhD at the Paris-Sud 11 University, under supervision of Harold Rosenberg. He introduced Herman rings in 1979.

Herman received the Salem Prize in 1976. He was an Invited Speaker of the International Congress of Mathematicians (ICM) in 1978 in Helsinki and the ICM in 1998 in Berlin. Among his students was Jean-Christophe Yoccoz, 1994 Fields Medalist.

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