Person: Huhn, András P
András Huhn was a Hungarian mathematician who worked on the representation of distributive semilattices.
Mathematical Profile (Excerpt):
 András was brought up in Szeged where he attended school and entered the József Attila University of Szeged in 1966.
 Huhn solved the problem by showing that there exists a finitely presented modular lattice with an infinite automorphism group.
 Huhn worked at the Department of Algebra at the József Attila University of Szeged from 1971, following the completion of his studies.
 An important development in Huhn's career was when he spent the academic year 197879 on research leave at the University of Manitoba, working with George Grätzer.
 Huhn was on the editorial board of Algebra Universalis and of Acta Scientiarum Mathematicum Szeged.
Born 26 January 1947, Szeged, Hungary. Died 6 June 1985, Szeged, Hungary.
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