Hans Weinberger

Mathematician, Author

1928 –

39

Who is Hans Weinberger?

Hans F. Weinberger is an Austrian-American mathematician, known for his contributions to variational methods for eigenvalue problems, partial differential equations, and fluid dynamics.

He obtained an M.S. in physics from Carnegie Institute of Technology where he also got his Sc.D. on the thesis Fourier Transforms of Moebius Series advised by Richard Duffin. He then worked at the institute for Fluid Dynamics at University of Maryland, College Park, and as professor at University of Minnesota where he was department head and now is Professor Emeritus. Weinberger was the first director of Institute for Mathematics and its Applications.

In 2012 he became a fellow of the American Mathematical Society.

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Born
Sep 27, 1928
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  • Vienna

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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