Luis Santaló

Luís Antoni Santaló Sors was a Spanish mathematician. He graduated from the University of Madrid and he studied at the University of Hamburg, where he received his Ph.D. in 1936. His advisor was Wilhelm Blaschke. Because of the Spanish Civil War, he moved to Argentina where he became a very famous mathematician. He studied integral geometry and many other topics of mathematics and science. He worked as a teacher in the National University of the Littoral, National University of La Plata and University of Buenos Aires. ... more on Wikipedia

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