Max Deuring

Max Deuring (9 December 1907 – 20 December 1984) was a mathematician. He is known for his work in arithmetic geometry, in particular on elliptic curves in characteristic p. He worked also in analytic number theory.

Deuring graduated from the University of Göttingen in 1930, then began working with Emmy Noether, who noted his mathematical acumen even as an undergraduate. When she was forced to leave Germany in 1933, she urged that the university offer her position to Deuring. In 1935 he published a report entitled ''Algebren'' ("Algebras"), which established his notability in the world of mathematics. He went on to serve as ''Ordinarius'' at Marburg and Hamburg, then took a position as ''ordentlicher Lehrstuhl'' at Göttingen, where he remained until his retirement.

Deuring was a fellow of the Leopoldina. His doctoral students include Max Koecher and Hans-Egon Richert. Provided by Wikipedia

by Deuring, Max
Published 1935
Springer Berlin Heidelberg

by Deuring, Max
Published 1968
Springer Berlin Heidelberg

by Deuring, Max
Published 1973
Springer Berlin Heidelberg

by Deuring, Max, Köthe, Gottfried
Published 1958
Vieweg+Teubner Verlag