Mathematician:Pietro Mengoli

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Mathematician

Italian mathematician who spent most of his working life as a professor at the University of Bologna.

Also ordained into the Priesthood.

Occupies the philosophical transitional ground between the work of Bonaventura Cavalieri and that of Isaac Newton and Gottfried von Leibniz.


Nationality

Italian


History

  • Born: 1626, Bologna, Italy
  • 1648: Appointed Professor of Arithmetic at the University of Bologna
  • 1649: Appointed Professor of Mechanics at the University of Bologna
  • 1650: Awarded a doctorate in philosophy by the University of Bologna
  • 1653: Awarded a doctorate in civil and canon law by the University of Bologna
  • 1660: Appointed a priest in the parish of Santa Maria Maddelena in Bologna
  • 1668: Appointed Professor of Mathematics at the University of Bologna
  • Died: 1686, Bologna, Italy


Theorems and Definitions


Publications

  • 1650: Novae quadraturae arithmeticae, seu de additione fractionum
  • 1659: Geometriae speciosae elementa
  • 1670: Speculazioni musicali
  • 1672: Circolo


Sources