Person: Stromme, Stein Arild
Stein Stromme was a Norwegian mathematician best known for his work in algebraic geometry
Mathematical Profile (Excerpt):
 Sigmund Elling Stromme was a publisher spending most of his career with J W Cappelen Publishing, one of the oldest publishing houses of Norway founded in 1829.
 Stein Arild Stromme studied at the Oslo katedralskole (the Oslo Cathedral School).
 At this school, Stromme studied Norwegian, mathematics, physics, history, English, and physical education.
 degree, Stromme was appointed as a Research associate at the University of Oslo and there he worked towards his Dr. philos.
 Stromme's next four papers were all single authored: Deforming vector bundles on the projective plane (1983), A note on tauconstant families of plane curves (1984), Ample divisors on fine moduli spaces on the projective plane (1984), and Families of rational plane curves (1984).
 degree, Stromme was appointed as a Senior lecturer at the University of Bergen in 1983.
 Stein Arild created the balanced and strong research institute that we have today.
 Stein Arild managed the feat of renewing the department while still remaining friends with his colleagues.
 Stein Arild was a man of quiet manner.
 Stromme was an organiser of many conferences held at the Sophus Lie Centre.
 Stromme was an organiser of many of the Summer Schools: Deformation theory (1996); Representation theory for Liealgebras (1997); Reflection groups (1998); Initial ideals (1999); Elliptic curves, finite fields and cryptography (2000); Motivic Homotopy theory (2002); Algebraic Combinatorics (2003); Modular forms (2004); Representation theory for finite groups (2005); and Algebraic statistics, tropical geometry and computational biology (2006).
 In 1988 Stromme received an award for excellence in research from the Norges almenvitenskapelige forskningsrad (NAVF), the Norwegian research council that funds the natural sciences.
 This award gave Stromme funds which he administered jointly with Geir Ellingsrud and Christian Peskine.
Born 12 March 1951, Oslo, Norway. Died 31 January 2014, Lambertseter, Norway.
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