Fano Gino Fano. Born 5 Jan 1871 in Mantua, Italy Died 8 Nov 1952 in Verona,Italy. Gino Fano's father was Ugo Fano and his mother was Angelica Fano. http://www-gap.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/~history/Mathematicians/Fano.html
Extractions: Gino Fano 's father was Ugo Fano and his mother was Angelica Fano. Ugo Fano came from a wealthy family and he had no need for employment. Ugo Fano was a follower of Giuseppe Garibaldi and strongly in favour of Italian unification. In fact on 17 March 1861, ten years before Gino's birth, the Kingdom of Italy was formally created but it was only just before Gino was born that Italian troops captured Rome. Gino grew up in the newly created country which suffered many problems but also had a new confidence in education. Fano studied at the University of Turin which he entered in 1888. His studies there were directed by Corrado Segre and he was also influenced by Castelnuovo . In fact Castelnuovo had been appointed as D'Ovidio 's assistant in Turin the year before Fano began his studies and Corrado Segre had been appointed to the chair of higher geometry in Turin the year that Fano entered the University of Turin. This was an exciting place for research in geometry and it is not surprising that Fano was led to specialise in this area.
Editions Jacques Gabay - Gino FANO Translate this page Gino FANO. Gino FANO. 1871 - 1952. Au catalogue des Editions JacquesGabay MOLK ENCYCLOPEDIE DES SCIENCES MATHEMATIQUES PURES ET http://www.gabay.com/sources/Liste_Bio.asp?NP=FANO Gino
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Un Elenco Di Matematici Translate this page Faifofer Aureliano, 1843-1909, Fais Antonio, 1841-1925, Faleschini Bruno, 1925-1973,fano gino, 1871-1952, Fantappié Luigi, 1091-1956, Fanti Garaldo, 1920-1990, http://www.math.unifi.it/matematicaitaliana/matematici.html
Extractions: Matematici italiani del primo secolo dello stato unitario pubblicata nel 1962 da G. F. Tricomi nelle Memorie dell'Accademia delle Scienze di Torino. Classe di Scienze fisiche matematiche e naturali , serie IV tomo I; qui sono raccolte 371 brevi biografie di matematici italiani morti tra il 1 gennaio 1861 e il 31 dicembre 1960. Si ringraziano L'Accademia delle Scienze di Torino e Lettera Pristem per il permesso di utilizzare il materiale da loro pubblicato. A B C D ... Amoroso Luigi Andreoli Giulio Andreotti Aldo Angelitti Filippo Antonelli Giovanni Antoniazzi Anton Maria ... Barilari Pacifico Barilli Giuseppe (pseud. Quirico Filopanti)
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Fano Gino Fano. Born 5 Jan 1871 in Mantua, Italy Died 8 Nov 1952 in Verona, Italy. GinoFano studied at Turin under Corrado Segre and met Castelnuovo there. http://sfabel.tripod.com/mathematik/database/Fano.html
Extractions: Previous (Alphabetically) Next Welcome page Gino Fano studied at Turin under Corrado Segre and met Castelnuovo Klein . Fano became Castelnuovo 's assistant, then was professor at Turin until he was deprived of his chair by the Fascist Regime in 1938. Fano then went to Switzerland and, after 1946, he taught in the USA and Italy. His work was mainly on projective and algebraic geometry. Fano was a pioneer in finite geometry and one of the first people to try to set geometry on an abstract footing. Before Hilbert was to make such abstract statements Fano said As basis for our study we assume an arbitrary collection of entities of an arbitrary nature, entities which, for brevity, we shall call points, and this quite independently of their nature. References (6 books/articles) Previous (Chronologically) Next Biographies Index
The Fano Conference Organized by the Universit di Torino to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the death of gino fano (18711952). Torino, Italy; 28 September 6 October 2002. http://www.dm.unito.it/convegniseminari/fano/conference/
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The Fano Conference "gino fano and His Pioneering Work in Algebraic Geometry" On the occasion of The fano Conference the Department of Mathematics of the University of Turin will organize an Exhibition on gino fano's academic and scientific work. http://www.dm.unito.it/convegniseminari/fano/conference/exhibition.html
Extractions: On the occasion of The Fano Conference the Department of Mathematics of the University of Turin will organize an Exhibition on Gino Fano's academic and scientific work. The Exhibition will be mounted in the Torino Incontra Conference Center alongside the Sala Cavour lecture room, where it will be open for the entire duration of The Fano Conference. The Exhibition Organizing Committee comprises Alberto Conte, Livia Giacardi, Marina Marchisio and Giuseppe Semeraro.
Fano Biography of gino fano (18711952) gino fano's father was Ugo fano and his mother was Angelica fano. Ugo fano came from a wealthy family and he had no http://www-groups.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/~history/Mathematicians/Fano.html
Extractions: Gino Fano 's father was Ugo Fano and his mother was Angelica Fano. Ugo Fano came from a wealthy family and he had no need for employment. Ugo Fano was a follower of Giuseppe Garibaldi and strongly in favour of Italian unification. In fact on 17 March 1861, ten years before Gino's birth, the Kingdom of Italy was formally created but it was only just before Gino was born that Italian troops captured Rome. Gino grew up in the newly created country which suffered many problems but also had a new confidence in education. Fano studied at the University of Turin which he entered in 1888. His studies there were directed by Corrado Segre and he was also influenced by Castelnuovo . In fact Castelnuovo had been appointed as D'Ovidio 's assistant in Turin the year before Fano began his studies and Corrado Segre had been appointed to the chair of higher geometry in Turin the year that Fano entered the University of Turin. This was an exciting place for research in geometry and it is not surprising that Fano was led to specialise in this area.
References For Fano References for gino fano. Biography in Dictionary of Scientific Biography (New York19701990). gino fano fino al luglio 1950, Univ. e Politecnico Torino. Rend. http://www-gap.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/~history/References/Fano.html
Extractions: L Boi, The influence of the Erlangen Program on Italian geometry, 1880-1890 : n-dimensional geometry in the works of D'Ovidio, Veronese, Segre and Fano, Arch. Internat. Hist. Sci. Elenco delle pubblicazioni del prof. Gino Fano fino al luglio 1950, Univ. e Politecnico Torino. Rend. Sem. Mat. J P Murre, On the work of Gino Fano on three-dimensional algebraic varieties, Algebra and geometry (1860-1940) : the Italian contribution, Rend. Circ. Mat. Palermo (2) Suppl. A Terracini, Obituary : Gino Fano, Bollettino dell'Unione matematica italiana A Terracini, Gino Fano, 1871-1952. Cenni commemorativi, Atti Accad. Sci. Torino. Cl. Sci. Fis. Mat. Nat. H Umemura, Gino Fano (Japanese), Sugaku Main index Birthplace Maps Biographies Index
References For Fano References for the biography of gino fano Elenco delle pubblicazioni del prof. gino fano fino al luglio 1950, Univ. e Politecnico Torino. http://www-groups.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/~history/References/Fano.html
Extractions: L Boi, The influence of the Erlangen Program on Italian geometry, 1880-1890 : n-dimensional geometry in the works of D'Ovidio, Veronese, Segre and Fano, Arch. Internat. Hist. Sci. Elenco delle pubblicazioni del prof. Gino Fano fino al luglio 1950, Univ. e Politecnico Torino. Rend. Sem. Mat. J P Murre, On the work of Gino Fano on three-dimensional algebraic varieties, Algebra and geometry (1860-1940) : the Italian contribution, Rend. Circ. Mat. Palermo (2) Suppl. A Terracini, Obituary : Gino Fano, Bollettino dell'Unione matematica italiana A Terracini, Gino Fano, 1871-1952. Cenni commemorativi, Atti Accad. Sci. Torino. Cl. Sci. Fis. Mat. Nat. H Umemura, Gino Fano (Japanese), Sugaku Main index Birthplace Maps Biographies Index
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ELENCO SOCI A-H - LINCEI Collocazione 332.632 FABF 1997. fano, gino. Geometria non euclidea introduzione geometrica alla teoria della http://www.lincei.it/SOCI/SOCI.A-H.HTML
Extractions: ACCADEMIA NAZIONALE DEI LINCEI ELENCO GENERALE DEI SOCI DELL'ACCADEMIA DAL 1870 A B C D ... H A ABBAGNANO Nicola. Corr. sc. m., 25 ottobre 1950. Naz. id., 21 ottobre 1964. (15 luglio 1901-9 settembre 1990). ABEL Armand. Str. sc. m., 15 dicembre 1970. (11 giugno 1903-31 maggio 1973). ABETTI Antonio. Corr. sc. f., 27 luglio 1893. Naz. id., 17 febbraio 1916. (19 giugno 1846 - 20 febbraio 1928). ABETTI Giorgio. Corr. sc. f., 14 luglio 1926. Naz. id., 24 luglio 1938. (5 ottobre 1882-24 agosto 1982). ABRAMOVITZ Moses. Str. sc. m., 2 ottobre 1992. (1 gennaio 1912-1 dicembre 2000). ACCORDI Bruno. Corr. sc. f., 21 luglio 1967. (12 ottobre 1916-26 settembre 1986). ADAMS Couch John. Corr. sc. f., 9 giugno 1872. Str. id., 26 luglio 1883. (5 giugno 1819 -21 gennaio 1892). ADRIAN (Lord) Edgar Douglas. Str. sc. f., 5 ottobre 1947. (30 novembre 1889-4 agosto 1977). ADRIANI Achille. Corr. sc. m., 23 luglio 1965. Naz. id., 21 marzo 1977 (eletto il 20 luglio 1976). (23 aprile 1905-14 dicembre 1982). ADUCCO Vittorio. Corr. sc. f., 4 luglio 1910. Naz. id., 26 agosto 1926. (4 aprile 1860 -9 dicembre 1937). AGASSIZ Alexandre. Str. sc. f., 7 settembre 1888. (17 dicembre 1835-27 marzo 1910).
Suche Nach Personen Translate this page Kasimir (1887-1975) Fajans, Ehefrau Kasimir Falkenhagen, Hans (1895-1971) Falkenhausen,Ludwig Freiherr von (1844-1936) fano, gino (1871-1952) fano, Mary fano http://www.lrz-muenchen.de/~Sommerfeld/PersDat/F.html
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Extractions: The non-Euclidean style of Minkowskian relativity Scott Walter The Symbolic Universe , J. Gray (ed.), Oxford University Press, 1999, pp. 91-127 In order to situate our topic in a broader scientific context, we first describe the status of applications of non-Euclidean geometry in physics around the turn of the century. Next, we present a quantitative overview of publications on Minkowskian relativity for the period 1908-1915. We then review Minkowski's appeal to non-Euclidean geometry, and link this to the mixed reception of his work. There follows a comparative study of the emergence and development of the non-Euclidean style in selected works by Arnold Sommerfeld, Alfred A. Robb, Vladimir Varicak, Gilbert N. Lewis, Edwin B. Wilson and Émile Borel. At the end of the nineteenth century, several mathematicians showed an interest in applying non-Euclidean geometry to physics. The titles listed in Duncan Sommerville's 1911 bibliography of non-Euclidean and n-dimensional geometry give one an idea of the level of activity in this area. For the period from 1890 to 1905, we find a total of forty-nine titles on kinematics or dynamics in non-Euclidean space, to be compared with a total of over two thousand titles covering all aspects of non-Euclidean and n-dimensional geometry published during the same period.