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Gerd Grubb

Mathematics researcher and educator

Gerd Grubb, Danish mathematics researcher and educator. award, 1980. Fellow Danmarks Naturvidenskabelige Akademi; member Danish Mathematics Society, American Mathematics Society, Association European Women in Mathematics.

Background

Grubb, Gerd was born on February 12, 1939 in Copenhagen. Daughter of Kjeld Tue and Inger (Steffensen) Grubb.

Education

Magister Scientiarum, Aarhus University, Denmark, 1963. Doctor of Philosophy., Stanford University, 1966. Doctor Phil., Copenhagen University, 1975.

Doctor (honorary) Reims University, France, 1988.

Career

Research fellow Copenhagen University, 1966-1969, associate professor, 1969-1972, professor mathematics, since 1972, director mathematics studies committee, 1981-1985. With Danish National Committee Studies Natural Sciences, since 1986.

Works

  • Author: Functional Calculus of Pseudo-differential Boundary Problems, 1986. Contributor articles to professional publications Recipient Marie Longgaards Rejselegat award, 1980. Hermers prize, 1985.

Membership

Fellow Danmarks Naturvidenskabelige Akademi. Member Danish Mathematics Society, American Mathematics Society, Association European Women in Mathematics.

Connections

Married Knud Lonsted, November 11, 1969. Children– Vilhelm, Lea.

father:
Kjeld Tue Grubb

mother:
Inger (Steffensen) Grubb

spouse:
Knud Lonsted

children:
Vilhelm Grubb

Lea Grubb