Abraham Adrian Albert American mathematician
Abraham Adrian Albert is a 66 years old American mathematician from Chicago, Illinois. Abraham Adrian Albert was born on November 09, 1905 (died on June 06, 1972, he was 66 years old) in Chicago, Illinois.
Abraham Adrian Albert was an American mathematician. In 1939 he received the American Mathematical Society's Cole Prize in Algebra for his work on Riemann matrices. He is best known for his work on the Albert–Brauer–Hasse–Noether theorem on finite-dimensional division algebras over number fields and as the developer of Albert algebras which are also known as exceptional Jordan algebras.
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No, he died on 06/06/1972, 51 years ago. He was 66 years old when he died. He died in Chicago
Awarded Cole Prize in Algebra in 1938 , awarded Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences ,
He graduated from University Of ChicagoWhat was Abraham's zodiac sign?
Abraham Adrian Albert zodiac sign was scorpio.
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|AlmaMater||University of Chicago|
|Place of death||Chicago|
|Member of||National Academy Of Sciences|
|Doctoral student||Gerhard Karl Kalisch|
|Family name||Albert. Show people with the surname Albert|
|Date of death||1972-06-06T00:00:00Z|
|MacTutor id (biographies)||Albert_Abraham|
|Student of||Leonard Eugene Dickson|
|Country of citizenship||United States Of America|
|Place of birth||Chicago|
|Field of work||Algebra|
|Doctoral advisor||Leonard Eugene Dickson|
|Languages spoken, written or signed||English|