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Bashkortostan

that the Department of Mathematics at Bashkir State University and the Ufa Institute of Mathematics with Computing Center are among the best Russian schools in Applied Mathematics and Pure Mathematics, particularly, in the fields of asymptotic and perturbation methods as well as analytical function theory and complex analysis. '''Mount Yamantau''' ( ) is in the Ural Mountains, Bashkortostan, Russia. The name means ''bad (evil) mountain'' in the Bashkir language


Ufa

are among the best Russian schools in Applied Mathematics and Pure Mathematics, particularly, in the fields of asymptotic and perturbation methods as well as analytical function theory and complex analysis. birth_date 31 May 1862 birth_place Ufa, Russian Empire death_date 18 October 1942 '''Mikhail Vasilyevich Nesterov''' ( , Ufa – 18 October 1942, Moscow) was a major representative


Helsinki

in 1973 and was corresponding member of numerous foreign academies such as the London Mathematical Society and the Akademie der Wissenschaften und Literatur, Mainz . At three occasions he was an invited speaker at the quadrennial International Congress of Mathematicians, namely in Stockholm (1962) in the section on Applied Mathematics, in Helsinki (1978) in the section on Complex Analysis, and a plenary speaker in Berlin (1998). In 1990 he was awarded an honorary doctorate from the University of Bochum. The Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics established a lecture prize in his honor in 2000. Most traffic to the station is by people wishing to board a ship at the port and the services are timed to overlap with the ferries berthing times. The station has direct boat-train services to Helsinki and towards Pieksämäki (terminating or starting in Tampere). All services to and from Turku Harbour call at Turku Central railway station. The three kilometre journey between the two stations takes around seven minutes, involving the slow-speed crossing of several main roads with level crossings, passing the city's residential and industrial areas. Alvar Aalto Helsinki, Finland -- Logicity '''Logicity''' was at first a project of Pilot Turku Ltd (founded in 2003) but now operated by Turku Municipal Property Corporation after contract with Pilot Turku Ltd ended 2010. Commons:Category:Helsinki Wikipedia:Helsinki Dmoz:Regional Europe Finland Southern Finland Localities Helsinki


Berlin

. At three occasions he was an invited speaker at the quadrennial International Congress of Mathematicians, namely in Stockholm (1962) in the section on Applied Mathematics, in Helsinki (1978) in the section on Complex Analysis, and a plenary speaker in Berlin (1998). In 1990 he was awarded an honorary doctorate from the University of Bochum. The Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics established a lecture prize in his honor in 2000. Two European productions, in Berlin in the 1930s and at Glyndebourne (Glyndebourne Festival Opera) in 1938 and 1939, were important in helping the 20th Century revival. The 1938 production was the UK premiere of the revised version and the first to combine the death of Macbeth from the 1847 version with the triumphal ending from the 1865 version, something totally against Verdi's wishes. Budden, p.310 Glydebourne revived it in the 1950s but it was not until 1959 that it appeared on the Metropolitan Opera's roster for the first time. (It has been given 91 performances between 1959 and the 2008 revival Metropolitan Opera's performance archive ). Similarly, the first presentations at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, with Tito Gobbi and then others in the title role, took place only in 1960. Households "Madre Pascalina", as she was called, led the Pacelli household in the nunciature in Munich, Bavaria from 1917 to 1925 and in the nunciature to Germany (Apostolic Nuncio to Germany) and Prussia (Free State of Prussia) in Berlin from 1925 to 1929, where Nuncio Pacelli was Dean of the Diplomatic Corps. There she became known for organizing the Pacelli parties, "which were auspicious, tastefully sprinkling glitter with the strictest European etiquette…. The nunciature was soon a major center of Germany’s social and official worlds. Streams of aristocrats, including President Paul von Hindenburg (one of Germany’s Field Marshals during World War I), were frequent callers, blending with students and workers, anyone whom Pacelli, the shrewdest of diplomats, chose to smile upon". Murphy, Paul I. and Arlington, R. Rene. (1983) La Popessa: The Controversial Biography of Sister Pascalina, the Most Powerful Woman in Vatican History. New York: Warner Books Inc. ISBN 0-446-51258-3; p. 59 align center 22 November 2008 ITTF Pro Tour ERKE German Open Berlin, Germany - valign top Berlin In the First Ukrainian Front's attack from the Neisse River into Saxony and the Brandenburg area, the 3rd Guards Army attacked north of Cottbus into the Spree River. Part of it also attacked Cottbus and captured it. However, the 3rd Guards Army did not head north into the southern suburbs of Berlin. Koniev had angled the 5th Guards Army left towards Spremberg and the 3rd Guards Army to the right to force the German (Germany) troops back into Cottbus. A few days after the great Soviet offensive of April 16, the 3rd Guards Army kept the pressure on the Germans (Germany) around Cottbus. Koniev was warned of the mass of German troops in the Spreewald. He expedited the 28th Army's advance that was intended to seal the gap between the 3rd Guards Army, effectively finishing off the Germans (German people) in the Cottbus area, and the 3rd Guards Tank Army (3rd Guards Tank Army (Soviet Union)). On April 25, when the First Belorussian Front was fighting the Battle of Berlin, the 3rd Guards Army was rushed into positions close to the Berlin-Dresden autobahn "to block all the forest roads leading from east to west." Gordov's troops chopped down tall pine trees to form tank barriers. However, the 3rd Guards Army did not manage to occupy the southern part of its sector, which meant that there was a gap between it and the 28th Army. However, that did not matter that much since German resistance in eastern Germany was now very limited, as the Ninth (9th Army (Wehrmacht)) and Twelfth Armies (12th Army (Wehrmacht)) were retreating towards the Elbe River, and resistance was limited to small pockets of concentration. In 1941 Diez de Medina fell out of favor amidst a jingoistic political climate when he voluntarily submitted himself to trial after he was accused of selling life-saving Bolivian visas to up to 15,000 Jews in Berlin, Warsaw, Kaunas and Stockholm. Over 1,000 blank immigration permits were found for distribution in Warsaw, Hamburg, Genoa and Paris. right thumb ''The Road to the Crater'' (Image:The Road to the Crater.jpg) '''Peter Schmidt''' (17 May 1931 – 22 January 1980) Peter Schmidt's official webpage was a Berlin-born British (United Kingdom) artist, painter, theoretician of color and composition, pioneering multimedia exhibitor and an influential teacher. He was part of a generation of art school teachers in the 1960s and 1970s that had great impact on some students who later went on to work in art and music. He worked with Hansjörg Mayer, Brian Eno, Mark Boyle, Dieter Roth and had associations with Russell Mills, David Toop and Tom Phillips (Tom Phillips (artist)). Biography Peter Schmidt was born 17 May 1931 in Berlin, moved to England with his Jewish mother in 1938, and began painting in 1947. He studied at the Goldsmiths College from 1951–1953, and Slade School from 1953-1957. He won the Abbey Minor Travelling Scholarship 1957-58, which was spent in Sicily. On his return to England, he painted directly from objects and people, mainly in oils. His work was exhibited at Beaux Arts, with his first one man show in 1961. He was the subject of a film called ''CUBISM AND BEYOND: DEPARTURES'' made for BBC TV in 1961. In 1963 he began a concept of painting he called ''PROGRAM''. He produced a series of works inspired by music exhibited in a one man show at the Curwen Gallery 1966 . By this time his work had become totally abstract and he was focusing on ideas and systems. He performed an electronic music event called ''A PAINTERS USE OF SOUND'' at the ICA in 1967. Other music and performance work were at the Bristol Arts Centre, the UFO Club and, the Cochrane Theatre. He was also working with Mark Boyle at that time, performing in "Son et Lumiere" also at the Cochrane. The 1968 ICA exhibition "Cybernetic Serendipity", curated by Jasia Reichardt, had Peter Schmidt as musical director. He performed ''ELECTRONIC SOUP MIX'' in 1969 at the Curwin Gallery, and ''FILM SOUND MIXES'' at the ICA. : Commons:Category:Berlin Wikipedia:Berlin Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States Berlin


Stockholm

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Vienna

in real and complex analysis. European Indoor Championships (2002 European Indoor Championships in Athletics) Vienna, Austria bgcolor CC9966 3rd Leo Sirota began studying piano at the age of five. By the age of nine he was already giving concerts and came to the attention of Paderewski (Ignacy Jan Paderewski), who invited the boy to study with him. Sirota's parents, however, felt he was too young, and so he attended the conservatories in Kiev and, later, Saint Petersburg


Poland

Contribs) (Special:Contributions Trevor macinnis) 21:05, 6 September 2005 (UTC) #I concur with prior statements: if Wikipedia and its undercrowd intend it to become an all-encompassing compendium of knowledge, polls are vital. The more polls, poles, Poles (Poland), and others, the merrier (and more 'multipolar') Wp will be. :) E Pluribus Anthony (User:E Pluribus Anthony) 07:25, 18 November 2005 (UTC) # Wikipedia needs more poles (Pole (complex analysis)) of order n, preferable for large n! -- SCZenz (User:SCZenz) 09:02, 6 December 2005 (UTC) '''Josef Hassid''' ( WikiPedia:Poland Commons:Category:Poland Dmoz:Regional Europe Poland


Switzerland

''' (15 January 1814 – 20 March 1895) was a Swiss (Switzerland) geometer (geometry) and complex analyst (complex analysis) (at the time called function theory) who was one of the key figures in developing the notion of higher-dimensional spaces. The concept of multidimensionality has since come to play a pivotal role in physics, and is a common element in science fiction. Youth and education Ludwig you spent most of his life in Switzerland. He was born


France

in a rigorous manner, rejecting the heuristic principle of the generality of algebra exploited by earlier authors. He defined continuity (continuous function) in terms of infinitesimals and gave several important theorems in complex analysis and initiated the study of permutation groups in abstract algebra. A profound mathematician, Cauchy exercised a great influence over his contemporaries and successors. His writings cover the entire range of mathematics and mathematical

Nicolas Laguerre''' (April 9, 1834, Bar-le-Duc – August 14, 1886, Bar-le-Duc) was a French (France) mathematician, a member of the Académie française (1885). His main works were in the areas of geometry and complex analysis. He also investigated orthogonal polynomials (see Laguerre polynomials). Laguerre's method is a root-finding algorithm tailored to polynomials, named after him. After being thought in the public domain for decades, the film's

. '''Paul Antoine Aristide Montel''' (29 April 1876 – 22 January 1975) was a French (France) mathematician. He was born in Nice, France and died in Paris, France. He researched mostly on holomorphic functions in complex analysis. '''Paul Antoine Aristide Montel''' (29 April 1876 – 22 January 1975) was a French (France) mathematician. He was born in Nice, France and died in Paris, France. He researched mostly on holomorphic functions


Germany

: www.fox-chapel.pa.us home_history.htm '''Oswald Teichmüller''' (June 18, 1913 – September 11, 1943) was a German (Germany) mathematician who introduced quasiconformal mappings and differential geometric (differential geometry) methods into complex analysis. The National Tube Company opened in 1872 and became part of U.S. Steel. In the years directly following the opening of the National Tube Company, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, McKeesport was the fastest

Remmert.jpg thumb Reinhold Remmert. '''Reinhold Remmert''' (June 22, 1930 ) is a German (Germany) mathematician born in Osnabrück, Germany. He studied mathematics, mathematical logic and physics in Münster. He established and developed the theory of complex spaces in joint work with Hans Grauert. Until his retirement in 1995, he was a professor for complex analysis in Münster (University of Münster). File:Reinhold Remmert.jpg thumb Reinhold Remmert

. '''Reinhold Remmert''' (June 22, 1930 ) is a German (Germany) mathematician born in Osnabrück, Germany. He studied mathematics, mathematical logic and physics in Münster. He established and developed the theory of complex spaces in joint work with Hans Grauert. Until his retirement in 1995, he was a professor for complex analysis in Münster (University of Münster). The title '''''Notebook for Anna Magdalena Bach''''' refers to either of two


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