Susan Howson

Susan Howson (? - ) British mathematician, the first woman to win the Adams Prize. Her research focuses primarily on elliptic curvesMathworldPlanetmath and extending the theories of Kenkichi Iwasawa.

Howson has taught at MIT, Cambridge, Oxford and Nottingham.

Howson has Erdős number ( 3. With Paul Balister she published an article on Nakayama’s lemma for compact Λ-modules in Asian J. Math, while Balister co-authored a paper on amsey size-linear graphs with Miklós Simonovits, who co-authored with Erdős a paper regarding a graph theoryMathworldPlanetmath limit theorem in Studia Sci. Math. Hungar.

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