Reference numberEC/1940/06
Previous numbersCert XIV, 298; A01793
TitleDavenport, Harold: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationHe is an exceptionally brillant mathematician with an international reputation which he has greatly enhanced during the last two years by the production of numerous papers of fundamental importance. He possesses unusal insight, originality and great power. He has made important and striking contributions to the Theory of Numbers in his thirty papers. He has solved a number of difficult questions which have lain dormant in some cases for as long as thirty-five years because of their inherent difficulty.
ProposersL J Mordell; G H Hardy; J E Littlewood; A S Besicovitch; G N Watson; E C Titchmarsh
Access statusOpen

Davenport, Harold: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA765Davenport; Harold (1907 - 1969)1907 - 1969
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