Bernhard Riemann


Biographical Sketch of Bernhard RiemannRiemann, Bernhard

Georg Friedrich Bernhard Riemann, a German mathematician, produced lasting and revolutionary contributions to analysis, number theory, and differential geometry.

Born in Germany, 1826-1866
Established the mathematics for general relativity and pioneered contributions to differential geometry; formulated the Riemann integral, Fourier series, prime-counting function contributed to complex analysis including Riemann surfaces, Riemann hypothesis, and the analytic number theory.

“Albert Einstein could not have completed his general theory of relativity had it not been for the geometric ideas of Bernhard Riemann.” Hawking (2005)

Riemann’s Declarations

Son of a Lutheran pastor

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