Ulrich Stuhler biography

Ulrich Stuhler

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Who is Ulrich Stuhler?

Ulrich Stuhler is a German mathematician. He currently is a professor at the University of Göttingen. He is known for his contributions to the Langlands program. In 1993, he—along with Gérard Laumon and Michael Rapoport—proved the local Langlands conjectures for the general linear group GLn for positive characteristic local fields K.

An alumnus of the University of Göttingen, Stuhler earned his doctorate under supervision of Martin Kneser in 1970.

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