Luis Ángel Caffarelli

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Ph.D. Universidad de Buenos Aires 1971 Argentina
Dissertation: Conjugacy of Fourier-Jacobi Series (Sobre conjugación y sumabilidad de series de Jacobi)

Advisor: Calixto Pedro Calderón

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NameSchoolYearDescendants
Aguilera, NéstorUniversity of Minnesota - Twin Cities197826
Antunes de Soares Quitalo, Veronica RitaUniversity of Texas at Austin2013
Athanasopoulos, IoannisUniversity of Illinois at Chicago19792
Blank, IvanNew York University20004
Bonorino, LeonardoNew York University1999
Chang-Lara, HectorUniversity of Texas at Austin2013
De Philippis, GuidoScuola Normale Superiore di Pisa20122
Duque Alvarez, Luis FelipeUniversity of Texas at Austin2018
Guillen, NestorUniversity of Texas at Austin2010
Jain, RohitUniversity of Texas at Austin2016
Kriventsov, DennisUniversity of Texas at Austin2015
Lederman, ClaudiaUniversidad de Buenos Aires1993
Lee, Ki-ahmNew York University199810
Moreira, DiegoUniversity of Texas at Austin2007
Orcan, BetulUniversity of Texas at Austin2010
Phillips, DanielUniversity of Minnesota - Twin Cities19815
Savin, OvidiuUniversity of Texas at Austin20031
Schwab, RussellUniversity of Texas at Austin2009
Silvestre, LuisUniversity of Texas at Austin2005
Soria-Carro, MaríaUniversity of Texas at Austin2022
Tang, LanUniversity of Texas at Austin2011
Teixeira, EduardoUniversity of Texas at Austin20059
Teymurazyan, RafayelUniversidade de Lisboa and University of Texas at Austin2013
Torres, MonicaUniversity of Texas at Austin20021
Valdinoci, EnricoUniversity of Texas at Austin20025
Wang, LiheNew York University198934
Wang, PeiyongNew York University19993
Wu, YijingUniversity of Texas at Austin2019
Yang, RayUniversity of Texas at Austin2011
Yu, HuiUniversity of Texas at Austin2017

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