Iacopo Barsotti
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Iacopo Barsotti, or Jacopo Barsotti, (Torino, 28 April 1921 – Padova, 27 October 1987) was an Italian mathematician who introduced Barsotti–Tate groups.
Iacopo was a visiting scholar at the Institute for Advanced Study in 1982.^{[1]}
References
 ^ Institute for Advanced Study: A Community of Scholars Archived 20130106 at the Wayback Machine.
 Cristante, V. (1987), "Obituary: Iacopo Barsotti", Rendiconti del Seminario Matematico della Università di Padova. The Mathematical Journal of the University of Padova, 78: 285, ISSN 00418994, MR 0934520
 Cristante, Valentino; Messing, William (1994), "Introduction in memoriam: Iacopo Barsotti (1921–1987)", Barsotti Symposium in Algebraic Geometry (Abano Terme, 1991), Perspect. Math., 15, Boston, MA: Academic Press, pp. ix–xvi, ISBN 9780121972707, MR 1307389
External links
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 Iacopo Barsotti at the Mathematics Genealogy Project
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