Person: Humbert, Georges
Georges Humbert was a French mathematician who worked on geometry and hyperelliptic functions.
Mathematical Profile (Excerpt):
 His grandparents sent Georges to the Oratorian College of Juilly to become a boarder there.
 Humbert obtained a doctorate in mathematics in 1885 for his thesis Sur les courbes de genre un Ⓣ(On curves of genus one).
 Pierre Humbert grew up to be a mathematician and has a biography in this archive.
 On the death of Hermite in 1901, Humbert was elected to fill his place in the Académie des Sciences.
 Georges Humbert would be better known today if the area of mathematics in which he worked had remained in favour.
Born 7 January 1859, Paris, France. Died 22 January 1921, Paris, France.
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