Alberto Pedro Calderón

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Ph.D. The University of Chicago 1950 UnitedStates
Dissertation: I. On the Ergodic Theorems. II. On the Behavior of Harmonic Functions at the Boundary. III. On the Theorem of Marcinkiewicz and Zygmund.

Advisor: Antoni Zygmund

Students:
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NameSchoolYearDescendants
Alvarez Alonso, JosefinaUniversidad de Buenos Aires19765
Berkson, EarlThe University of Chicago196010
Bernstein, IrwinMassachusetts Institute of Technology1959
Caputti, TelmaUniversidad de Buenos Aires1976
Christ, F. MichaelThe University of Chicago198228
Cohen, GeraldThe University of Chicago1982
de Guzman, MiguelThe University of Chicago196817
Fife, DanielThe University of Chicago1968
Gatto, AngelUniversidad de Buenos Aires1979
Gutierrez, CristianUniversidad de Buenos Aires197920
Katz, IsraelMassachusetts Institute of Technology1959
Kenig, CarlosThe University of Chicago197836
Merryfield, KentThe University of Chicago1980
Muschietti, MariaUniversidad Nacional de La Plata19844
Neri, UmbertoThe University of Chicago19664
Neuwirth, JeromeMassachusetts Institute of Technology19592
Oklander, EvelioThe University of Chicago1964
Polking, JohnThe University of Chicago19661
Powls, KeithThe University of Chicago1972
Reitano, RobertMassachusetts Institute of Technology1976
Riviere, NestorThe University of Chicago196637
Sadosky, CoraThe University of Chicago19651
Seeley, RobertMassachusetts Institute of Technology19591
Segovia-Fernandez, CarlosThe University of Chicago196724
Torchinsky, AlbertoThe University of Chicago19719
Urciuolo, MartaUniversidad de Buenos Aires1985
Vagi, StephenThe University of Chicago1965

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