Person: Garnir, Henri Georges
Henri Garnir was a Belgian mathematician whose fields of research were broad, including algebra and mathematical analysis.
Mathematical Profile (Excerpt):
 It was in Seraing that Garnir attended high school.
 Garnir obtained his bachelor's degree in physical science in 1943 and a bachelor's degree in mathematical science in the following year.
 Florent J Bureau supervised Garnir's studies for this mathematics degree and he continued to supervise Garnir's doctoral studies, most of which were carried out after Belgium had been freed by the Allies.
 Garnir published a number of papers relating to his research during this period.
 In year following his marriage, Garnir spent four months undertaking research in Paris.
 Garnir was made Chef de travaux at Liège in 1950.
 As the above quote indicates, Garnir's research interests did not remain in the area of applications of group theory.
 Garnir's research in this area had been strongly influenced by his visit to Laurent Schwartz in Paris.
 In the later part of his career, Garnir became interested in the propagation of singularities of solutions of boundary value problems for evolution partial differential equations.
 Mention of the later part of Garnir's career means that we should indicate how his career developed at the University of Liège.
 With M De Wilde and J Schmets, Garnir published the threevolume text Analyse fonctionnelle Ⓣ(Functional Analysis).
 Essentially, Garnir was a man whose charisma, stability and true goodness were immensely beneficial to all who had the luck to have known him.
 Garnir was in good health and in the middle of many mathematical projects when he was struck by a heart attack from which he died.
Born 13 September 1921, Jemeppe sur Meuse, near Liège, Belgium. Died 18 November 1985, Liège, Belgium.
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