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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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