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  Pierre Deligne Summary
Pierre Deligné is a research mathematician who has excelled at making connections between various fields of mathematics.
Pierre René Deligné was born on October 3, 1944, in Brussels, Belgium, where he and his parents, Albert and Renee Bodart Deligné, lived throughout his childhood.
Pierre Deligne (born 3 October 1944) is a Belgian mathematician.
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 Deligne biography
Although Deligne was an undergraduate at the Free University of Brussels from 1962 to 1966, he spent the academic year 1965-66 at the École Normale Supérieure in Paris.
Deligne remained based at the Institut des Hautes Études Scientifiques until 1984 when he went to the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton in the United States, where he was appointed a professor.
A remarkable feature of Pierre Deligne's thinking is that, when confronted with a new problem or a new theory, he understands and, so to speak, makes his own its basic principles at a tremendous speed, and is immediately able to discuss the problem or use the theory as a completely familiar object.
www-history.mcs.st-and.ac.uk /history/Biographies/Deligne.html   (1001 words)

  
 Pierre Deligne contest
Pierre Deligne Contest is a competition of young mathematicians of Russia, Ukraine and Byelorussia.
Pierre Deligne's speech (in French) at the Balzan Prize ceremony held in Rome on November 18, 2004.
The Pierre Deligne Contest was established in 2005 to support the most active young mathematicians working in Russia, Ukraine and Byelorussia.
www.mccme.ru /pdc/rules_e.html   (1212 words)

  
 Festival des blogs BD - Festiblog BD parrainé par e-artsup: Interview de Deligne
Wandrille: Seul comme les pierres, Tome 1 : In love with Mauricette
Wandrille: Seul comme les pierres, Tome 2 : Ta gueule de l'emploi
Un peu en marge de la blogosphère, Deligne a su se faire apprécier d'une poignée de lecteurs devenus fans de son humour.
www.festival-blogs-bd.com /2005/09/deligne.html   (527 words)

  
 The Crafoord Prize 1988
These conjectures were completely proved by Alexandre Grothendieck and Pierre Deligne about 15 years ago.
In connection with this notion of étale co homology has played an important role and during their study of this notion and its applications.
Pierre Deligne was born October 3, 1944 in Brussels, Belgium.
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 Pierre Deligne
Sinds 1984 is Pierre Deligne verbonden aan het Princeton Institute for Advanced Studies, het Amerikaanse instituut voor superwetenschappers waar Albert Einstein zijn laatste jaren heeft doorgebracht.
Deligne is trouwens niet de enige Belgische wiskundige in Princeton.
Deligne werd meteen getipt als kanshebber, maar heeft de gloednieuwe prijs vooralsnog niet in ontvangst mogen nemen.
www.degrootstebelg.be /dgb_master/100belgen/dgb_deligne_pierre/index.shtml?video_1   (320 words)

  
 Pierre Deligne Biography
Pierre Deligne (born 3 October 1944) is a Belgian mathematician.
From 1970 until 1984, when he moved to the IAS in Princeton, Deligne was a permanent member of the IHES staff.
During this time he did much important work, besides the proof of the Weil conjectures: in particular with Lusztig on the use of etale cohomology to construct representations of algebraic groups, and with Rapoport on the moduli spaces from the 'fine' arithmetic point of view.
www.biographybase.com /biography/Deligne_Pierre.html   (358 words)

  
 Deligne
Pierre Deligne attended the Free University of Brussels receiving his licence in mathematics in 1966.
Before the award of his doctorate, Deligne was a junior scientist at the Belgium National Foundation for Scientific Research in 1967-68.
Deligne remained based at the Institut des Hautes Etudes Scientifiques until 1984 when he went to the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton where he was appointed a professor.
members.tripod.com /sfabel/mathematik/database/Deligne.html   (377 words)

  
 UCLA Distinguished Lecturers
Pierre Deligne is one of the greatest mathematicians of the twentieth century.
By his own work as well as by his willingness to listen to others and to write to them on mathematical questions he has exerted an extraordinary influence on the mathematics and mathematicians of his generation.
Deligne was awarded the Poincare medal of the Academy of Sciences (Paris) in 1974, the Fields Medal in 1978, and the Crafoord prize of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences in 1999.
www.math.ucla.edu /dls/2004/deligne.html   (321 words)

  
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Pierre Deligne became famous in the mathematical world at an early age through his brilliant proof of the “Weil conjectures”, which concern the number of solutions of systems of polynomial congruences (the so-called “Riemann conjecture over finite fields” is part of them).
This first achievement of Pierre Deligne was followed by several others of similar importance.
Because of the conciseness of his style and of his habit of never writing the same thing twice (in fact, quite a few of his best ideas have never been written!), the volume of his publications is a true measure of the richness of his scientific production.
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 Not Even Wrong » Blog Archive » Deligne Conference
Yesterday I went down to the Institute in Princeton with my friend Oisin McGuinness to attend one day of a conference in honor of Pierre Deligne that is going on there this week.
Deligne has spent most of his career at the IHES and at the Institute, and this conference was in honor of his 61st birthday (I suspect they initially planned it for last year, but it got pushed back).
Deligne worked with Grothendieck at the IHES during the late sixties, and is perhaps best known for his proof of the Weil conjectures completed in 1974, an achievement which won him a Fields medal in 1978.
www.math.columbia.edu /~woit/wordpress/?p=282   (410 words)

  
 Pierre Deligne sur l'encyclopédie Recherche.fr   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
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Pierre Deligne est diplômé de l'Université libre de Bruxelles en 1966.
Le contenu de cette page (Pierre Deligne) est un minuscule extrait de l'encyclopiédie gratuite en ligne WIKIPEDIA le webmaster de ce site n'est pas l'auteur de cet article (Pierre Deligne).
www.recherche.fr /encyclopedie/Pierre_Deligne   (291 words)

  
 Balzan Foundation - Pierre Deligne, Belgium: a portrait   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Since the 1970s has been working on the Riemann hypothesis (Weil Conjectures), one of the unsolved mathematical problems of the 20th century, on which he has published extensively: "La conjecture de Weil: I ".
Biographical data and publications of Pierre Deligne (in French) (pdf, 48kb)
Synthesis of Pierre Deligne’s work (in French) (pdf, 54kb)
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 PlanetMath: number theory
Great twentieth century number theorists include Artin, Hardy, Ramanujan, André Weil, Alexandre Grothendieck, Jean-Pierre Serre, Pierre Deligne, Gerd Faltings, John Tate and Andrew Wiles.
Four of the greatest achievements of number theorists in the twentieth century were abelian class field theory (the theory of abelian extensions of number fields, which extends the law of quadratic reciprocity) by Hilbert, Takagi, Artin, Tate and others; the proof of the Weil conjectures (which include the Riemann hypothesis for
Arithmetic geometry seeks to bring methods that have been spectacularly successful in “classical” geometric theories (such as complex manifold theory) to have bearing on problems in number theory.
planetmath.org /encyclopedia/NumberTheory.html   (756 words)

  
 Pierre Deligne
Der Artikel Pierre Deligne gehört zur Kategorie: Mathematiker, Mann, Geboren 1944
Deligne studierte zunächst an der Freien Universität zu Brüssel, verbrachte jedoch zwischenzeitlich ein Jahr an der École Normale Supérieure.
Erklärung des Begriff Pierre Deligne und dessen Bedeutung wurde zuletzt am 20.12.2006 aktualisiert (Glossar Lexikon Enzyklopädie).
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