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Emil Artin 
Austrian mathematician
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Name in native languageEmil Artin
Date of birth3 March 1898
Vienna (Austria-Hungary)
Date of death20 December 1962
Hamburg
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Doctoral student
  • Iain T. A. C. Adamson (1952)
  • Serge Lang (1951)
  • David Gilbarg (1941)
  • Hans Julius Zassenhaus (1934)
  • Heinz Söhngen (1934)
  • Harold Nathaniel Shapiro (1947)
  • Alexander Murray MacBeath (1950)
  • Arthur Mattuck (1954)
  • Harald Nehrkorn (1933)
  • David Kent Harrison (1957)
  • Johannes Weissinger (1937)
  • Robert Earl MacKenzie (1950)
  • Hans Wilhelm Praetorius (1933)
  • Evar Dare Nering (1949)
  • Kate Hey (1927)
  • Karl Henke (1931)
  • Josef Beller (1933)
  • Hans Kurt Heinrich Rothgiesser (1934)
  • Walther Landherr (1934)
  • Margaret S. Matchett (1946)
  • William H. Mills (1949)
  • Shianghaw Wang (1949)
  • Abraham P. Hillman (1948)
  • Donald Watson Blackett (1951)
  • Richard James Semple (1957)
  • Armin Peter Thedy (1963)
  • Otto Schreier (1926)
  • Nesmith Ankeny (1951)
  • Karel deLeeuw (1954)
  • Bernard Dwork (1954)
  • O. Timothy O'Meara (1953)
  • K. G. Ramanathan (1951)
  • John Tate (1950)
  • Max August Zorn (1930)
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Notable work
  • Ankeny–Artin–Chowla congruence
  • Artin L-function
  • Artin algebra
  • Artin billiard
  • Artin conductor
  • Artin group
  • Artin reciprocity law
  • Artin transfer
  • Artin's conjecture on primitive roots
  • Artin's theorem on induced characters
  • Artinian ideal
  • Artinian module
  • Artin–Hasse exponential
  • Artin–Rees lemma
  • Artin–Schreier curve
  • Artin–Schreier theory
  • Artin–Tate lemma
  • Artin–Wedderburn theorem
  • Artin–Zorn theorem
  • Q18463297
  • artinian ring
Award received
  • Ackermann–Teubner Memorial Award (1932)
  • Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
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