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
Josefina Alvarez AlonsoUniversidad de Buenos Aires19764
Earl BerksonThe University of Chicago19608
Irwin BernsteinMassachusetts Institute of Technology1959
Telma CaputtiUniversidad de Buenos Aires1976
F. Michael ChristThe University of Chicago198220
Gerald CohenThe University of Chicago1982
Miguel de GuzmanThe University of Chicago196813
Daniel FifeThe University of Chicago1968
Angel GattoUniversidad de Buenos Aires1979
Cristian GutierrezUniversidad de Buenos Aires19798
Israel KatzMassachusetts Institute of Technology1959
Carlos KenigThe University of Chicago197830
Kent MerryfieldThe University of Chicago1980
Maria MuschiettiUniversidad Nacional de La Plata19842
Umberto NeriThe University of Chicago19664
Jerome NeuwirthMassachusetts Institute of Technology19592
Evelio OklanderThe University of Chicago1964
John PolkingThe University of Chicago19661
Keith PowlsThe University of Chicago1972
Robert ReitanoMassachusetts Institute of Technology1976
Nestor RiviereThe University of Chicago196624
Cora SadoskyThe University of Chicago19651
Robert SeeleyMassachusetts Institute of Technology19591
Carlos Segovia-FernandezThe University of Chicago196718
Alberto TorchinskyThe University of Chicago19719
Marta UrciuoloUniversidad de Buenos Aires1985
Stephen VagiThe University of Chicago1965

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