Denomination: Lutheran
Heinrich Gottfried Werner Begehr
Heinrich Gottfried Werner Begehr, German mathematician, educator. Achievements include research in complex methods in partial differential equations. Fulbright travel grantee, 19821983, 9293. Member Berlin Mathematics Society (chairman 19841988, 9296, vice chairman 19881990, 962000, secretary 19901992, 20002007), ISAAC (secretary 19962001, president 20012005, secretary since 2005).
Background
Begehr, Heinrich Gottfried Werner was born on April 17, 1939 in Halle, Germany. Son of Adolf Christian and Margot Hildegard Anni (Kebbel) Begehr.
Education
Career
 From assistant to associate Freie University, Berlin, 1966—1970, associate professor, 1970—2004, director I. Mathematics Institute. Lecturer in field; honorary professor L.M. Gumilyov Eurasian National University, Astana, 2005. Second lieutenant Artillery German Army, 19591960.
Major achievements
Works
 An Introduction to Several Complex Variables and Partial Differential Equations (Hardcover)
 This work includes introductory materials on complex analysis of several variables and material on analytic theory of partial differential equations, as well as on nonanalytic boundary value problems for systems of partial differential equations of elliptic type.
 Nonlinear Elliptic Boundary Value Problems and Their Applications (Monographs and Surveys in Pure and Applied Mathematics)
 This text uses complex and functional analytic methods to treat boundary value problems for nonlinear equations and systems of first and higher order in multiplyconnected plane domains.
 Complex Analytic Methods for Partial Differential Equations: An Introductory Text
 This is an introductory text for beginners who have a basic knowledge in complex analysis, functional analysis and partial differential equations.
 Progress in Analysis: Proceedings of the 3rd International Isaac Congress, Berlin, Germany, 2025 August 2001. Volumes I & II.
 The biannual ISAAC congresses provide information about recent progress in the whole area of analysis including applications and computation.
Religion

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