John Henry Coates

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Ph.D. University of Cambridge 1969 UnitedKingdom
Dissertation: The Effective Solution of Some Diophantine Equations

Advisor: Alan Baker

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Bertrand ArnaudUniversité Paris-Sud XI - Orsay1984
Nicole Arthaud-KuhmanStanford University1978
Paul BalisterUniversity of Cambridge19922
Dominique BernardiUniversité Paris-Sud XI - Orsay1979
Patrick BillotUniversité Paris-Sud XI - Orsay1984
Athanasios BouganisUniversity of Cambridge2006
Pierre ColmezUniversité Joseph Fourier Grenoble I19884
Daniel DelbourgoUniversity of Cambridge19974
Matthias FlachUniversity of Cambridge19918
Catherine GoldsteinUniversité Paris-Sud XI - Orsay19815
Michael HarrisonUniversity of Cambridge1992
Julian HornStanford University1976
Susan HowsonUniversity of Cambridge1998
Mahesh KakdeUniversity of Cambridge2008
Chern-Yang LeeUniversity of Cambridge2010
Gary McConnellUniversity of Cambridge1993
Thong Nguyen Quang DoUniversité Paris-Sud XI - Orsay198211
Yoshihiro OchiUniversity of Cambridge1999
Bernadette Perrin-RiouUniversité Paris-Sud XI - Orsay19831
Andrew PlaterUniversity of Cambridge1991
Anupam SaikiaUniversity of Cambridge20023
Leila SchnepsUniversité Paris-Sud XI - Orsay19854
Gianluigi SechiUniversity of Cambridge2007
Michael ShuterUniversity of Cambridge2007
Warren SinnottStanford University197451
Paul SmithUniversity of Cambridge1981
Andrew SydenhamUniversity of Cambridge1997
Jacques TilouineUniversité Paris-Sud XI - Orsay198913
Jeanine Van OrderUniversity of Cambridge2009
Luc VillemotUniversité Paris-Sud XI - Orsay1981
Andrew WilesUniversity of Cambridge1979181
Christian WuthrichUniversity of Cambridge2004
Rodney YagerAustralian National University1981
Gergely ZabradiUniversity of Cambridge20081
Sarah ZerbesUniversity of Cambridge2005

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