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Louis Nirenberg  

Nirenberg in 1975  
Born  28 February 1925 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada 
Died  26 January 2020 Manhattan, New York, U.S.  (aged 94)
Citizenship  Canadian, American 
Fields  Mathematics 
Institutions  New York University 
Alma mater  McGill University, New York University 
Doctoral advisor  James Stoker 
Doctoral students  Djairo Guedes de Figueiredo (pt) Sergiu Klainerman Martin Schechter (de) 
Known for  Partial differential equations Gagliardo–Nirenberg interpolation inequality Gagliardo–Nirenberg–Sobolev inequality Bounded mean oscillation (John–Nirenberg space) 
Notable awards  Bôcher Memorial Prize (1959) Crafoord Prize (1982) Steele Prize (1994, 2014) National Medal of Science (1995) Chern Medal (2010) Abel Prize (2015) 
Louis Nirenberg (28 February 1925 – 26 January 2020) was a Canadian American mathematician. He was thought to be one of the outstanding analysts of the twentieth century.^{[1]} He made fundamental contributions to linear and nonlinear partial differential equations (PDEs) and their application to complex analysis and geometry. In 2015, he won the Abel Prize.
Nirenberg died at a Manhattan hospital on 26 January 2020 at the age of 94.^{[2]}
References
 ↑ Allyn Jackson (March 2002). "Interview with Louis Nirenberg". Notes of the AMS 49 (4): 441449. http://www.mat.ucm.es/~ln06/nirenberg/interview.pdf. Retrieved 20150326.
 ↑ Morto il grande matematico Louis Nirenberg (in Italian)
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