Person: Czuber, Emanuel
Emanuel Czuber was a Czech mathematician who studied was probability theory and related areas.
Mathematical Profile (Excerpt):
- Czuber was appointed as an ordinary professor (equivalent to full professor in today's American system) at the German Technical University in Brno in 1886.
- The position became vacant when Anton Winckler applied for retirement and, although Czuber was not the first choice to fill the chair, other people who were put forward such as Moriz Allé and then Emil Weyr were not interested in accepting it.
- Czuber was Rector in the academic year 1894-95 and continued to hold the position of professor at Technical University of Vienna up to 1921 when he retired.
- Among the topics Czuber studied was probability theory and related areas, contributing in 1900 to the Encyklopädie der mathematischen Wissenschaften Ⓣ(Encyclopedia of Mathematical Sciences).
Born 19 January 1851, Prague, Bohemia (now Czech Republic). Died 22 August 1925, Gnigl, near Salzburg, Austria.
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- O’Connor, John J; Robertson, Edmund F: MacTutor History of Mathematics Archive