C.S. Seshadri, Indian mathematician, educator. Recipient Trieste Science prize in Mathematics, Third World Academy of Sciences, 2006, Padma Bhushan, 2009. Fellow: Royal Society; member: National Academy of Sciences (foreign associate).
Seshadri, C.S. was born on February 29, 1932.
Bachelor with honors in Mathematics, Loyola College, Madras University, 1953. Doctor of Philosophy in Mathematics, Tata Institute Fundamental Research, Bombay University, 1958. Doctor of Science (honorary), Banaras Hindu University.
Professor Tata Institute Fundamental Research, Bombay, 1965—1975, senior professor, 1975—1984, Institute of Mathematics Sciences, Madras, 1984—1989. Founder, professor, director Chennai Mathematics Institute, Siruseri, India, since 1989. Visiting professor University Paris, 1957—1960, Harvard University, 1974—1975, Institute Advanced Study, Princeton, New Jersey, 1975—1976.
Board governors Institute of Mathematics Sciences, India.
Fellow: Royal Society. Member: National Academy of Sciences (foreign associate).