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 1978-79 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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