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Mathematician Jose Adem

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jocelyn tamayo

on 28 September 2012

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Jose Adem
Mathematician By: Jocelyn Tamayo
B2 Birth and Death Date His birth and death place was
both in Veracruz, Mexico. He was a Mexican mathematician who worked in algebraic topology, and proved the Ádem relations between Steenrod squares, He was elected to El Colegio Nacional on 4 April 1960. He was a member of The American Mathematical Society
and a writer for the
“Mathematical Review”. He did postgraduate work at Princeton University
where his advisor was Norman Steenrod. Jose had a Degree in mathematics by the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) and PhD from Princeton University in the United States. Jose was born October 27, 1921
and he died February 14, 1991. For several years he taught at the National School of Engineers, and then in Faculty of the UNAM. Jose was awarded scholarships by Higgins, Rockefeller, Guggenheim and
Sloan foundations.
He was a delegate of Mexico to the International Mathematical Union
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