Person: Kelly (2), Gregory Maxwell
Gregory Maxwell Kelly was an Australian mathematician who worked in category theory.
Mathematical Profile (Excerpt):
 Kelly then went to the University of Cambridge in England where first he studied for a B.A. which was awarded in 1953, then remained at Cambridge to undertake research in mathematics.
 Kelly's first paper Singlespace axioms for homology theory was based on the work of his doctoral thesis and published in 1959.
 In it the authors give an excellent summary of Kelly's mathematics contributions.
 This all culminated in the meticulous EilenbergKelly contribution to the 1965 LaJolla Conference whose Proceedings many of us see as representative of category theory reaching maturity as a subject in its own right.
 We should also single out for mention the important book Basic concepts of enriched category theory which Kelly published in 1982.
Born 5 June 1930, Bondi, New South Wales, Australia. Died 26 January 2007, Sydney, Australia.
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