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## What was Alberto Calderon known for?

Alberto Pedro Calderón (September 14, 1920 – April 16, 1998) was an Argentinian mathematician….

Alberto Calderón | |
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Known for | Partial differential equations Singular integral operators Interpolation spaces |

Spouse(s) | Mabel Molinelli Wells ( m. 1950; death 1985) Alexandra Bellow ( m. 1989) |

Children | 2 |

**Who was the first Hispanic mathematician?**

Alberto Pedro Calderón, widely considered one of the 20th century’s most important mathematicians, was born in Mendoza, Argentina. He studied at the University of Chicago and the University of Buenos Aires. While in Chicago, he studied under Antoni Zygmund, a Polish mathematician who was an expert analyst.

### What contribution S did Calderon make in the world of mathematics?

Calderon, a Chicago resident, helped pioneer modern mathematical analysis, the large branch of math that includes calculus, infinite series and the analysis of functions. He and his mentor, Antoni Zygmund, founded the “Chicago school of analysis,” a major contribution to math in the 20th Century.

**How old was Alberto Calderon when he died?**

77 years (1920–1998)Alberto Calderón / Age at death

Alberto Calderon, 77, an Argentine-born University of Chicago professor emeritus who has been called one of the century’s most influential mathematicians, died April 16 at Northwestern Memorial Hospital.

## Who is the CEO of Orica?

Sanjeev Gandhi (Apr 1, 2021–)Orica / CEO

**When did Alberto Pedro Calderon died?**

April 16, 1998Alberto Calderón / Date of death

Alberto Pedro Calderón, who died April 16, 1998, was one of this century’s leading mathematicians. His work (mainly in the field of mathematical analy- sis) was characterized by its tremendous origi- nality and depth and its remarkable power.

### What is Mexican math?

The Mexican Mathematics Olympiad (also known as the Olimpiada Mexicana de Matemáticas, or OMM for short), is a series of tests that Mexican students participate. The contests gradually increase in difficulty and are used as a selection process for Mexico’s IMO team, much like the AMC in the United States.

**Where did Alberto Pedro Calderón go to school?**

The University of Chicago

University of Buenos Aires

Alberto Calderón/Education

Alberto Calderón had part of his early education in Switzerland, then attended secondary school in Mendoza, Argentina. He studied civil engineering at the University of Buenos Aires and graduated in 1947.

## Where was Alberto Pedro Calderon born?

Mendoza, ArgentinaAlberto Calderón / Place of birth

Calderón was born in Mendoza, Argentina, on Sep- tember 14, 1920. He received his early education there and in Switzerland. His initial professional training was as a civil engineer at the University of Buenos Aires (graduated 1947), and he worked as an engineer for a few years.