Satoshi Suzuki
Satoshi Suzuki  

Born  Nagoya  June 24, 1930
Died  August 11, 1991 Kyoto, Japan  (aged 61)
Nationality  Japanese 
Citizenship  Japan 
Alma mater  Kyoto University 
Scientific career  
Fields  algebraic geometry 
Institutions 

Doctoral advisor  Yasuo Akizuki 
Satoshi Suzuki (24 June 1930 – 11 August 1991) was a Japanese mathematician,^{[1]} and a professor at Kyoto University.^{[2]}
Academic works
4 articles of Suzuki were cited by a textbook "Homologie des algèbres commutatives" ^{[3]}
Life
Satoshi Suzuki was born in 24 June 1930 in Nagoya. He entered Kyoto University in 1949. The main topic of his undergraduate course was mathematics. In 1953 he began graduate studies under Yasuo Akizuki at Kyoto University until 1958. but in practice his research ideas were developed without any assistance. He left the university to take up a teaching position. By this time he had already written a paper "Note on the existence of rational points"^{[4]} which was published in the Proceedings of the Japan Academy in 1958.^{[5]}
 1958  59 taught at Kyoto Women's University
 1959  61 taught at Momoyama Gakuin, Sakai, Osaka
 1963 associate professor at Kyoto University
 1964 submitted his doctoral thesis "Some results on madic differentials" to Kyoto University
 1965  67 Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, USA
 1967  68 Queen's University, Kingston, Canada
 1970 full professor at Kyoto University
Paulo Ribenboim wrote about Suzuki that "I was very interested in his work on differentials, especially the higher order differentials and I attended his lectures with profit. At my suggestion, Suzuki wrote up his lecture notes ... ^{[6]} ."
Research articles
 Note on the existence of rational points, Proceedings of the Japan Academy, 1958.
 On torsion of the module of differentials of a locality which is a complete intersection, 1965, cited by 15 including one textbook Homologie des algèbres commutatives.
 Note on formally projective modules, 1966, cited by 8
 On the Flatness of Complete Formally Projective Modules, 1968 JSTOR, cited by 2 including one textbook Homologie des algèbres commutatives.
 Differential modules and derivations of complete discrete valuation rings, 1969, cited by 4 including one textbook Homologie des algèbres commutatives.
 Modules of high order differentials of topological rings, 1970, cited by 1.
 On Neggers' numbers of discrete valuation rings, 1971, cited by 2.
 Differentials of commutative rings, 1971  Kingston, Ont., Queen's University, cited by 14 including one textbook Homologie des algèbres commutatives.
 Corrections and supplements to my paper "Differential modules and derivations of complete discrete valuation rings", 1971
 A note on Malliavin's result, 1973
 Higher differential algebras of discrete valuation rings, 1974
 Higher differential algebras of discrete valuation rings, 1975
 Some types of derivations and their applications to field theory, 1981, cited by 16.
 On extensions of higher derivations for algebraic extensions of fields of positive characteristics, 1989
Book
 Collected Papers of Satoshi Suzuki, 1994  Kingston, Ont.: Queen's University
References
 ↑ Satoshi Suzuki (1930  1991)  Biography  MacTutor History of Mathematics
 ↑ kaken Satoshi Suzuki
 ↑ Homologie des algèbres commutatives
 ↑ Note on the existence of rational points, Proceedings of the Japan Academy, 1958
 ↑ Satoshi Suzuki (1930  1991)  Biography  MacTutor History of Mathematics
 ↑ Satoshi Suzuki (1930  1991)  Biography  MacTutor History of Mathematics
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