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|YOUNG, WILLIAM HENRY.|
Adm. pens. at PETERHOUSE, Oct. 1, 1881.
S. of H., Esq., of Tufnell Park, London , N. B. Oct. 20, 1863.
School, City of London . Matric. Michs. 1881; Scholar; B.A. (4 th Wrangler ) 1884; (Math.
Trip., Pt III, 1st Class, 1885); M.A. 1888; Sc.D. 1904.
Fellow, 1886-92; Hon. Fellow, 1939.
Lecturer in Higher Analysis, University of Liverpool.
First Hardinge Professor of Mathematics, at Calcutta University, 1913-16.
Professor of the Philosophy and History of Mathematics at Liverpool University, 1913-19.
Professor of pure Mathematics at the University of Wales , Aberystwyth, 1919-23.
Hon. D.Sc., Calcutta; Hon. Dr és Sc., Geneva.
President of the International Union of Mathematicians, 1929-36.
President of the London Mathematical Society, 1922-4; De Morgan medal, 1917.
Married, 1896, Grace, dau. of H. W. Chisholm, and had issue, Sylvester medal, Royal Society, 1928.
Author, The Fundamental Theorems of the Differential Calculus, etc.
Latterly of La Conversion, Lausanne, where he died July 7, 1942.
( T. A. Walker, 563; Who was Who; The Times, July 13, 1942.)
|William Henry YOUNG |
Approx. lifespan: 18631942
pens. Peterhouse adm1881:10:01
s. of H. YOUNG, Esq. of Tufnell Park, London , N.
Sch: City of London School [ London ]
BA 4 th Wrangler 1884
Math.Trip. Pt III, 1st Class(1885);
Hon. Fellow 1939
Lecturer in Higher Analysis: Sch: University of Liverpool Liverpool, [ Lancashire ]
First Hardinge Professor of Mathematics: Sch: Calcutta University Calcutta, [ India ] 1913-16
Professor of the Philosophy and History of Mathematics: Sch: Liverpool University Liverpool, [ Lancashire ] 1913-19
Professor of pure Mathematics: Sch: University of Wales Aberystwyth, [ Cardiganshire ] 1919-23
Hon. DSc Calcutta, [ India ]
Hon. Dr és Sc. Geneva, [ Switzerland ]
President of: : International Union of Mathematicians 1929-36
President of: : London Mathematical Society 1922-24
De Morgan Medal 1917
m. 1896 Grace CHISHOLM dau. of H. W. CHISHOLM
Sylvester Medal Royal Society 1928
Publ.: The Fundamental Theorems of the Differential Calculus etc.
Latterly of La Conversion, Lausanne, [ Switzerland ]
( T. A. Walker 563; Who was Who; The Times 1942:07:13)