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Person: Razmadze, Andrei Mikhailovich
Andrea Razmadze was a Georgian mathematician who worked in in the calculus of variations.
Mathematical Profile (Excerpt):
- Andrei attended secondary school in Kutaisi, completing his studies there in 1906, and in the same year he entered Moscow University.
- Graduating with a degree in mathematics in 1910, Razmadze taught mathematics in secondary schools while he continued to work for his Master's degree.
- Razmadze was one of the founders of Tbilisi University and he taught at this university from the time that it opened in 1918.
- Razmadze wrote the first textbooks in Georgian on analysis and integral calculus.
- This is undoubtedly another expression of the international recognition of Razmadze's scientific contribution and his talent.
Born 11 August 1889, Chkhenisi, Russia (now Samtredia, Georgia). Died 2 October 1929, Tbilisi, USSR.
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- O’Connor, John J; Robertson, Edmund F: MacTutor History of Mathematics Archive