# Norman George Meyers

Norman George Meyers | |||
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Born | Buffalo, New York | June 29, 1930||

Nationality | American | ||

Citizenship | United States of America | ||

Alma mater | Indiana University | ||

Known for | Mayers–Serrin theorem | ||

Scientific career | |||

Fields | Mathematician | ||

Institutions | University of Minnesota | ||

Thesis | Asymptotic Behaviour of Solutions of Linear Elliptic Differential (1957) | ||

Doctoral advisor | David Gilbarg | ||

Website | https://cse.umn.edu/math/norman-meyers |

**Norman George Meyers** (29 June 1930, Chicago, Illinois)^{[1]} is an American mathematician, and a professor at University of Minnesota.

## Life

He received his bachelor in mathematics from the University at Buffalo in 1952 and his master from the Indiana University in 1954. He did his PhD with David Gilbarg and graduated in 1957. He is a professor of mathematics at the University of Minnesota since 1968.^{[2]}

## Works

He is working in Applied Mathematics and functional analysis and is best known for the Meyers–Serrin theorem (with James Serrin), which is a central result in the theory of Sobolev spaces.

## References

- ↑ American Men and Women of Science, Thomson Gale 2004
- ↑ Personal webpage

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