Person: Levi (2), Eugenio
Eugenio Levi was an Italian mathematician who worked in complex analysis, differential geometry, Lie groups, partial differential equations and the minimum principle.
Mathematical Profile (Excerpt):
 Eugenio attended the Azeglio High School in Turin where he showed that he was an extremely gifted pupil.
 Two aspects of Bianchi's work would be particularly significant in his influences on Levi.
 He had published two important works before Levi began to study with him, namely Lectures on differential geometry (1894) and Lectures on the theory of groups of substitutions (1900).
 The other mathematician in Pisa who had a major influence on Levi's research was Ulisse Dini who held two chairs at the University of Pisa, the chair of analysis and higher geometry, and the chair of infinitesimal analysis.
 In 1904 Levi graduated from the Scuola Normale Superiore of Pisa with the award of his laurea.
 Levi published Sulla struttura dei gruppi finiti e continui Ⓣ(On the structure of finite and continuous groups) in 1905, the paper having been presented to Academy of Science of Turin on 2 April of that year by Bianchi.
 In 1906 Levi submitted his habilitation thesis Sulle equazioni lineari totalmente ellittiche alle derivate parziali to the Scuola Normale Superiore.
 Levi became interested in the Cauchy problem.
 Levi's remarkable mathematical career came to an end with the outbreak of World War I.
 It was over one year later, in October 1916, that Levi entered military service in, as a lieutenant in the 1st Regiment of Engineers stationed at their headquarters in Pavia.
 Levi, however, was highly patriotic wished to return to military service.
 Decio Levi, who was a major in the Italian army, was killed on 15 September as fighting continued in the Monte Santo area.
 Eugenio Levi was a captain in charge of a company of engineers in the same general area.
 During the retreat, Eugenio Levi was hit in the forehead by a stray bullet.
Born 18 October 1883, Turin, Italy. Died 28 October 1917, Cormons, Italy.
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