Person: Vinti, Calogero
Calogero Vinti was an Italian mathematician who worked in analysis, including the calculus of variations, differential equations and approximation theory.
Mathematical Profile (Excerpt):
 In 1949 Vinti graduated from Palermo with his Laurea.
 The next two publications by Vinti, Una ripartizione del continuo ed una osservazione sulle funzioni continue rispetto ad una e non misurabili rispetto ad un'altra variabile Ⓣ(A division of continuous and an observation on continuous functions with respect to a measurable and not compared to another variable) (1957) and L'integrale di Weierstrass Ⓣ(The integral of Weierstrass) (1957) were singleauthored but still greatly influenced by Baiada.
 Vinti, who continued to work in Palermo, was very active in research over the next few years becoming a lecturer in analysis in 1960.
 He was keen for Vinti to join him and, in 1962, Vinti joined the faculty at the University of Modena.
 One of the important developments that Vinti undertook at Perugia was founding the Faculty of Engineering.
 In addition to writing papers, Vinti also wrote some textbooks on mathematical analysis.
 Let us now quote from some of the references to get a feeling for Vinti's character.
 Vinti received many honours for his mathematical contributions.
 For example, his 70th birthday was marked by the 'Conferenze in Onore di Calogero Vinti' at the University of Perugia in September 1996.
 After his death, the Italian Mathematical Union set up the "Calogero Vinti Prize" in 1998 to be awarded to a young mathematician who had made significant contributions to one of the fields in which Vinti had worked.
Born 12 July 1926, Agrigento, Sicily, Italy. Died 25 August 1997, Perugia, Italy.
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