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Themistocles M. Rassias

Themistocles M. Rassias, Greek mathematician, educator. Served with Greek Army, 1978-1980. National Science Foundation grantee, 1975-1976.; Member New York Academy of Sciences, Academia Tibernia of Rome, American Mathematics Society, Mathematics Association American, London Mathematics Society, Greek Mathematics Society, Australian Mathematics Society Greek Orthodox.

Background

  • Rassias, Themistocles M. was born on April 2, 1951 in Pellana, Sparta, Greece. Son of Michael N. Rassias and Stamatiki Skrepti.

  • Education

    • Doctor of Philosophy., University California-Berkeley, 1976. Postdoctoral research fellow, department mathematics University California, Berkeley, 1976-1977. Adjunct professor mathematics St. Mary's College, Minnesota, 1977-1978.

      Research associate department mathematics Harvard University, 1980. Visiting research professor mathematics Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1980. Research mathematician National Research Foundation, Athens, Greece, 1980-1983.

      Adjunct professor mathematics University LaVerne, Athens, since 1983, chairman department mathematics, since 1983. Visiting professor Institute Mathematical Physics, University Torino, Italy, 1988. Invited speaker international confs, universities, academies Editor: (with G.M. Rassias) Selected Studies: Physics-Astrophysics, Mathematics, History of Science, 1982.

      Global Analysis--Analysis on Manifolds, 1983. (with G.M. Rassias) Differential Geometry--Calculus of Variations and their Applications, 1985. Nonlinear Analysis, 1987.

      Topics In Mathematical Analysis, 1989, others. Editor-at-large Marcel Dekker, Incorporated, New York York, since 1986. Author: Foundations of Global Nonlinear Analysis, 1986.

      Member editorial board International Journal Mathematics and Mathematics Sciences, since 1983, Facta Universitatis Series: Mathematics and Informatics, since 1988, Journal of Institute of Mathematics and Computer Sciences (Mathematics series), since 1988. Reviewer Mathematics Revs., publication American Mathematics Society, since 1980, Zentralblatt für Mathematik, since 1983. Contributor research papers to international mathematics journals.

    Career

    • Visiting professor Institute Mathematical Physics, University Torino, Italy, 1988. Contributor research papers to international math.

    Works

    • Author: Foundations of Global Nonlinear Analysis, 1986. Member editorial board International Journal Mathematics and Mathematics Sciences, since 1983, Facta Universitatis Series: Mathematics and Informatics, since 1988, Journal of Institute of Mathematics and Computer Sciences (Mathematics series), since 1988. Reviewer Mathematics Revs., publication American Mathematics Society, since 1980, Zentralblatt für Mathematik, since 1983.

    Membership

    Served with Greek Army, 1978-1980. National Science Foundation grantee, 1975-1976. Member New York Academy of Sciences, Academia Tibernia of Rome, American Mathematics Society, Mathematics Association American, London Mathematics Society, Greek Mathematics Society, Australian Mathematics Society Greek Orthodox.

    Connections

    • Married Efrosini-Ourania Contrarou, December 19, 1981. Children: Stamatina, Michael.
    • father: Michael N. Rassias
    • mother: Stamatiki Skrepti
    • spouse: Efrosini-Ourania Contrarou
    • children: Stamatina Rassias
    • Michael Rassias
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    Born April 2, 1951
    (age 66)
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