# Eugenio Calabi

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Italian American mathematician

## Eugenio Calabi's AcademicInfluence.com Rankings

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Mathematics

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Differential Geometry

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Measure Theory

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## Eugenio Calabi's Degrees

- PhD Mathematics Princeton University

## Why Is Eugenio Calabi Influential?

(Suggest an Edit or Addition)According to Wikipedia, Eugenio Calabi was an Italian-born American mathematician and the Thomas A. Scott Professor of Mathematics at the University of Pennsylvania, specializing in differential geometry, partial differential equations and their applications.

## Eugenio Calabi's Published Works

### Published Works

- ISOMETRIC IMBEDDING OF COMPLEX MANIFOLDS (1953) (420)
- Improper affine hyperspheres of convex type and a generalization of a theorem by K. Jörgens. (1958) (392)
- Minimal immersions of surfaces in Euclidean spheres (1967) (389)
- An extension of E. Hopf’s maximum principle with an application to Riemannian geometry (1958) (315)
- On Kähler Manifolds with Vanishing Canonical Class (1957) (293)
- Examples of Bernstein problems for some non - linear equations (1968) (261)
- On Compact, Locally Symmetric Kahler Manifolds (1960) (248)
- Differential and Numerically Invariant Signature Curves Applied to Object Recognition (1998) (244)
- A Class of Compact, Complex Manifolds Which are not Algebraic (1953) (213)
- Construction and properties of some 6-dimensional almost complex manifolds (1958) (156)
- The Space of K\"ahler metrics (II) (2001) (154)
- Relativistic Space Forms (1962) (147)
- Hypersurfaces with Maximal Affinely Invariant Area (1982) (115)
- Affine Geometry, Curve Flows, and Invariant Numerical Approximations (1996) (92)
- On compact Riemannian manifolds with constant curvature (1961) (91)
- A ug 2 00 1 Space of Kähler metrics 1 The Space of Kähler metrics ( II ) (2001) (78)
- On the smoothness of isometries (1970) (71)
- Simple closed geodesics on convex surfaces (1992) (57)
- On the Group of Automorphisms of a Symplectic Manifold (2015) (56)
- Linear systems of real quadratic forms. II (1964) (49)
- Convex Affine Maximal Surfaces (1988) (44)
- On Ricci curvature and geodesics (1967) (38)
- Isometric Families of Kähler Structures (1980) (27)
- EXTREMAL ISOSYSTOLIC METRICS FOR COMPACT SURFACES (1996) (27)
- Convex particles at interfaces (1992) (25)
- Affine differential geometry and holomorphic curves (1990) (23)
- Complex analytic manifolds without countable base (1953) (22)
- LINEAR SYSTEMS OF REAL QUADRATIC FORMS (2010) (18)
- Proceedings of the Conference on Complex Analysis (1965) (18)
- On the Sequential and Random Selection of Subspaces over a Finite Field (1977) (18)
- An intrinsic characterization of harmonic one-forms (2015) (16)
- METRIC RIEMANN SURFACES (1953) (15)
- PROCEEDINGS OF THE CONFERENCE ON COMPLEX ANALYSIS, MINNEAPOLIS 1964. (1965) (6)
- Topics in complex manifolds (1968) (6)
- THE THEOREM OF RIEMANN-ROCH FOR ADJOINT SYSTEMS ON KÄHLERIAN VARIETIES (1953) (2)
- On Differentiable Actions of Compact Lie Groups on Compact Manifolds (1968) (2)
- Contributions to the Theory of Riemann Surfaces. (AM-30) (1953) (2)
- Convergence- and sum-factors for series of complex numbers (1951) (1)
- THE APRIL MEETING IN NEW ORLEANS (2007) (0)
- Oral History Interview of Eugenio Calabi, January 21, 2016 (2016) (0)
- EQUIVARIANT MINIMAL IMMERSIONS OFS 2 INTO S 2 m ( l ) (2010) (0)
- Christmas Day, 1976 (2019) (0)
- HYPERSURFACES WITH MAXIMAL AFFINELY (2016) (0)
- Review: Aleksey Vasil′yevich Pogorelov, The Minkowski multidimensional problem (1979) (0)
- Errata: “An extension of E. Hopf’s maximum principle with an application to Riemannian geometry,” vol. 25 (1958), pp. 45–56 (1959) (0)
- Kahler Metrics and Holomorphic Bundles (2002) (0)

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