# List of Brazilian mathematicians

This **list of Brazilian mathematicians** includes the famous mathematicians from Brazil and also those who were born in other countries but later became Brazilians.

- Artur Avila, work on dynamical systems, Fields Medal winner
- Manfredo do Carmo, work on differential geometry, author of popular textbooks
- Walter Carnielli
- Gauss Moutinho Cordeiro
- Celso Costa, discovered Costa's minimal surface
- Newton da Costa, logician
- César Camacho
- Marcos Dajczer
- Francisco Antônio Dória
- Djairo Guedes de Figueiredo, noted for his researches on differential equations
- Leopoldo Penna Franca
- Arnaldo Garcia
- Fernando Q. Gouvêa, MAA's Lester R. Ford Award winner
- Alfredo Noel Iusem
- Yoshiharu Kohayakawa
- Elon Lages Lima, topologist and geometer, teacher and author of textbooks
- Artur Oscar Lopes
- Ricardo Mañé
- Fernando Codá Marques, work on differential geometry, co-author of the first proof of the Willmore conjecture
- Carlos Matheus
- Júlio César de Mello e Souza, the Malba Tahan
- Welington de Melo
- Raimundo Teixeira Mendes
- Carlos Gustavo Moreira
- Leopoldo Nachbin, introduced Nachbin's theorem and did important work on Hewitt–Nachbin spaces
- Antônio Carbonari Netto
- Helena J. Nussenzveig Lopes, known for her work on partial differential equations for fluid dynamics
- Valeria de Paiva
- Jacob Palis, work on dynamical systems, Balzan Prize winner
- Maurício Peixoto, introduced Peixoto's theorem
- Paulo Pinheiro
- Enrique Pujals
- Paulo Ribenboim
- Ruy de Queiroz
- Aron Simis
- Imre Simon
- Joaquim Gomes de Souza, pioneer in mathematical research in Brazil
- Jorge Sotomayor Tello
- Keti Tenenblat
- Marcelo Viana
- José Felipe Voloch

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