Samuel Giuseppe Vito Volterra

1860 - 1940

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Vito Volterra published papers on partial differential equations, particularly the equation of cylindrical waves. His most famous work was done on integral equations.
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Honours awarded to Vito Volterra
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Speaker at International Congress1900
LMS Honorary Member1907
Speaker at International Congress1908
Fellow of the Royal Society1910
Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh1913
Speaker at International Congress1920
Speaker at International Congress1928
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