Maxwell Rosenlicht
Maxwell Rosenlicht  

Born 

April 15, 1924
Died  January 22, 1999 
(aged 74)
Nationality  United States 
Alma mater  Harvard University 
Awards  Cole Prize (1960) 
Scientific career  
Fields  Mathematics 
Institutions 
University of California, Berkeley Northwestern University 
Doctoral advisor  Oscar Zariski 
Doctoral students  Michael F. Singer 
Maxwell Alexander Rosenlicht (April 15, 1924 – January 22, 1999) was an American mathematician known for works in algebraic geometry, algebraic groups and differential algebra.
Rosenlicht went to school in Brooklyn (Erasmus High School) and studied at Columbia University (B.A. 1947) and at Harvard University, where he studied under Zariski and was awarded in 1950 his doctorate (on an Algebraic Curve Equivalence Concepts). In 1952 he went to Northwestern University. From 1958 until his retirement in 1991 he was a professor at Berkeley. He was also a visiting professor in Mexico City, IHÉS, Rome, Leiden and Harvard.
In 1960 he shared the Cole Prize in algebra with Serge Lang for his work on generalized Jacobian varieties.^{[1]}^{[2]} He also studied the algorithmic algebraic theory of integration.
Rosenlicht was a Fulbright Fellow and 1954 Guggenheim Fellow.
He died of neurological disease on a trip to Hawaii. Rosenlicht married in 1954 and had four children.
Publications
 "Liouville's Theorem on Functions with Elementary integral". Pacific Journal of Mathematics. 24 (1): 153–161. 1968. doi:10.2140/pjm.1968.24.153.
 Introduction to Analysis. Glenview: Scott, Foresman. 1968.
 "Integration in Finite Terms". American Mathematical Monthly. 79: 963–972. 1972. doi:10.2307/2318066.
References
 The article was initially created as a translation (by Google) of the corresponding article in German Wikipedia.
 ^ "Generalized Jacobian varieties". Annals of Mathematics. 59: 505–530. 1954. doi:10.2037/1969715.
 ^ "A universal mapping property of generalized Jacobians". Annals of Mathematics. 66: 80–88. 1957. doi:10.2307/1970118.
External links
 Maxwell Rosenlicht at the Mathematics Genealogy Project
 Obituary, Berkeley
 Rosenlicht at University of California, Berkeley
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