Mathematician:Salomon Bochner

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Austrian mathematician, known for work in mathematical analysis, probability theory and differential geometry.




  • Born: 20 August 1899 in Podgórze, Austria-Hungary (now Poland)
  • Died: 15 December 1958 in Zürich, Switzerland

Theorems and Definitions

Results named for Salomon Bochner can be found here.

Definitions of concepts named for Salomon Bochner can be found here.


  • 1932: Vorlesungen über Fouriersche Integrale
    • 1948: Vorlesungen über Fouriersche Integrale
    • 1959: Lectures on Fourier integrals; with an author's supplement on monotonic functions, Stieltjes integrals, and harmonic analysis (translated into English by Morris Tenenbaum and Harry Pollard)
  • 1938: Lectures on commutative algebra
  • 1948: Several complex variables (with William Ted Martin)
  • 1949: Fourier transforms (with K. Chandrasekharan)
  • 1953: Curvature and Betti numbers (with K. Yano)
  • 1955: Harmonic Analysis and the Theory of Probability
  • 1966: Role of mathematics in the rise of science
  • 1969: Selected mathematical papers of Salomon Bochner
  • 1969: Eclosion and synthesis; perspectives on the history of knowledge
  • 1979: Einstein between centuries