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1945-01-26
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Coates, J.
(John)
New South Wales
Australia
Great Britain
Taree (N.S.W.)
Cambridge (England)
naf
Mathematics
Algebraic number theory
Curves, Elliptic
Iwasawa theory
Non-Abelian groups
lcsh
University of Cambridge
naf
1986
2012
École normale supérieure (France)
naf
1985
1986
Université Paris-Sud
naf
1978
1985
Australian National University
naf
1977
1978
Emmanuel College (University of Cambridge)
naf
1975
1977
Stanford University
naf
1972
1975
Harvard University
naf
1969
1972
Mathematicians
College teachers
lcsh
male
eng
John Henry
Coates, J. H.
(John Henry)
Coates, John,
1945-
Coates, John H.
(John Henry)
Algebraic number theory, c1989:
t.p. (J. Coates, Univ. of Cambridge) pref. (John Coates)
Arithmetic theory of elliptic curves, 1999:
CIP t.p. (J. Coates) t.p. verso (John H. Coates, Dept. of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics, Univ. of Cambridge, UK)
Guwahati Workshop on Iwasawa Theory of Totally Real Fields, 2010:
t.p. (J. Coates) p. facing t.o.c. (J.H. Coates, Cambridge University)
Non-abelian fundamental groups in Iwasawa theory, 2011:
ECIP t.p. (John Coates) data view (b. Apr. 12, 1963 [sic])
Wikipedia, viewed Nov. 25, 2015
(under John H. Coates: John Henry Coates, FRS; b. Jan. 26, 1945, New South Wales; grew up in Possum Brush (near Taree); mathematician; appointed assistant professor of mathematics at Harvard University in 1969; moved to Stanford University in 1972, where he became an associate professor; returned to England in 1975, where he was made a fellow of Emmanuel College and took up a lectureship; moved to Australia in 1977, becoming a professor at the Australian National University; the following year, moved to France, taking up a professorship at the University of Paris XI at Orsay; in 1985, went to the École normale supérieure as professor and director of mathematics; Sadleirian Professor of Pure Mathematics at the University of Cambridge, 1986-2012; in the last ten years he has focused on the study of various aspects of non-commutative Iwasawa theory, for instance, the arithmetic of elliptic curves in nonabelian infinite extensions; residence: Cambridge)