Hans-Joachim Nastold

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Hans-Joachim Nastold (born July 13, 1929 in Stuttgart ; † January 26, 2004 in Münster ) was a German mathematician who dealt with algebra and algebraic geometry.

Hans-Joachim Nastold

Nastold went to school in Göppingen (Abitur 1948) and studied mathematics, physics, philosophy and astronomy at the University of Tübingen , the University of Münster and the University of Heidelberg , initially with the aim of becoming a teacher. In 1957 he received his doctorate in Heidelberg under Friedrich Karl Schmidt ( on meromorphic sections of complex-analytical vector space bundles ). and in 1961 he completed his habilitation in Heidelberg. In 1964/65 he was visiting professor at the University of Notre Dame and in 1965/66 he was a visiting professor in Tübingen. In 1966 he became a full professor at the University of Münster. At times he was director of the Mathematical Institute.

He was one of the leaders of the series of international conferences on commutative algebra and algebraic geometry in Münster and continued Heinrich Behnke's teacher training conferences in Münster.

His doctoral students include Gerd Faltings and Werner Lütkebohmert .

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