Person: Grunsky, Helmut
Helmut Grunsky was a German mathematician who worked in complex analysis and geometric function theory.
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 Helmut was brough up in Aalen where he attended high school.
 Grunsky worked on complex analysis for his doctorate but he took a job before submitting his thesis.
 In November 1930 Grunsky took a job with the journal Jahrbuchs über die Fortschritte der Mathematik Ⓣ(Yearbook on the progress of mathematics) which was published by the Preussische Akademie der Wissenschaften.
 At this stage Grunsky continued his work for the journal Jahrbuchs über die Fortschritte der Mathematik Ⓣ(Yearbook on the progress of mathematics) while he worked on his habilitation thesis.
 This was Grunsky's thirteenth paper which was written as an habilitation dissertation.
 Grunsky became qualified to lecture just before the start of World War II.
 Difficulties at the end of the war did not allow him to enter university teaching even then so in 1945 Grunsky took a position as a high school teacher in Trossingen, Württemberg.
 It is worth noting that due to various circumstances Grunsky did not enter university teaching until he was 45 years old.
 Grunsky have an invited address at the International Congress of Mathematicians held at Cambridge, Massachusetts in 1950.
 In 1958 Grunsky moved to the University of Würzburg where he became a full Professor.
 Grunsky published three books and 44 papers, and he supervised eight doctoral students.
 is most closely related to Helmut Grunsky's overall activity and consists of a reworking of some of his most significant contributions to function theory, in many cases with a considerable simplification of exposition.
Born 11 July 1904, Aalen, Württemberg, Germany. Died 5 June 1986, Würzburg, Bavaria, Germany.
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