## Salvatore Pincherle |

Salvatore Pincherle | |
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Born | March 11, 1853 |

Died | July 10, 1936 | (aged 83)

Nationality | Italian |

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**Salvatore Pincherle** (March 11, 1853 – July 10, 1936) was an *Unione Matematica Italiana*"), and was president of the Third

Pincherle was born into a

After winning the scholarship and studying abroad at the *Giornale di Matematiche*, which proved to be a significant paper in the field of analysis. Throughout his life, Pincherle's work greatly reflected the influence that Weierstrass had on him. He later collaborated with

From 1880 until 1928, Pincherle was a Professor of Mathematics at the *Le Operazioni Distributive e loro Applicazioni all'Analisi*.

In Bologna in 1922, he established the Italian Mathematical Union and became its first President and held the position until 1936. In 1924, he attended the Second International Congress of Mathematicians in *Le développement et le rôle scientifique du Calcul fonctionnel* that Pincherle was one of the most prominent founders of functional analysis. Following the Third Congress, Pincherle retired from university.

In honor of the centenary of his birth, the Italian Mathematical Union edited a selection of 62 of his notes and

- references
- external links

O'Connor, John J. ;"Salvatore Pincherle" ,,MacTutor History of Mathematics archive University of St Andrews .- Mainardi, Francesco; Gianni Pagnini (April 2003). "Salvatore Pincherle: the pioneer of the Mellin-Barnes integrals".
*Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics*.**153**(1): 331–342. arXiv:arXiv:math/0702520 .2003JCoAM.153..331M .10.1016/S0377-0427(02)00609-X .

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