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Andrews, George Eyre was born on December 4, 1938 in Salem, Oregon, United States. Son of Raymond Leslie and Rovena Pearl (Eyre) Andrews.
Mathematician , university professor
Andrews, George Eyre was born on December 4, 1938 in Salem, Oregon, United States. Son of Raymond Leslie and Rovena Pearl (Eyre) Andrews.
Bachelor of Science, Oregon State University, Corvallis, 1960. Master of Arts, Oregon State University, Corvallis, 1960. Postgraduate, Cambridge University, England, 1960—1961.
Doctor of Philosophy, University Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 1964. Doctorate in Physics (honorary), Parma University, Parma, 1998. Doctor of Science (honorary), University Florida, Gainvesville, since 2002.
DMath (honorary), Waterloo University, Canada, 2004.
Assistant professor mathematics Pennsylvania State University, University Park, 1964-1967, associate professor mathematics, 1967-1970, professor mathematics, 1970-1981, Evan Pugh professor mathematics, since 1981, mathematics department head, 1980-1982, 95-97. Hedrick lecturer Mathematics Association American, 1980, J.S. Frame lecturer, 1993, Polya lecturer, 2007-2009. Adjunct professor University Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, 1982-1992, regional conference lecturer, National Science Foundation-Conference Board Mathematics Sciences, 1985.
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Author: Number Theory, 1971, Theory of Partitions, 1976, Partitions: Yesterday and Today, 1979, q-Series, 1986, (with R. Askey and R. Roy) Special Functions, 1998, (with K. Eriksson) Integer Partitions, 2004, (with B. Berndt) Ramanujan's Lost Notebook, Part I, 2005, Part II, 2009. Editor: Collected Papers of P.A. MacMahon, Volunteer I, 1978, Volunteer II, 1986, Ramanujan Revisited, 1988, The Rademacher Legacy to Mathematics, 1994, (with S. Ahlgren and K. Ono) Topics in Number Theory in Honor of B. Gordon and S. Chowla, 1999.
Fellow: Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, Society Industrial and Applied Mathematics. Member: National Academy of Sciences, American Mathematics Society (president-elect 2008-2009, president since 2009), American Academy Arts and Sciences.
Married Joy Margaret Brown, September 2, 1960. Children: Amy Beth, Katherine Yvonne, Derek George.