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Yasutaka Ihara

Japanese mathematician

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Yasutaka Ihara is a Japanese mathematician, professor emeritus at the Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences, working on number theory who introduced Ihara's lemma and the Ihara zeta function.Ihara received his PhD at the University of Tokyo in 1967 with thesis Hecke polynomials as congruence zeta functions in elliptic modular case. In 1965/66 he was at the Institute for Advanced Study. He was a professor at the University of Tokyo and then at the Research Institute for Mathematical Science of the University of Kyōto. In 2002 he retired from RIMS as professor emeritus and then became a professor at Chūō University.

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University of Tokyo

National research university in Tokyo, Japan

Kyoto University

National university located in Kyoto, Japan

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#1205 World Rank
Mathematics
#39924 World Rank
Philosophy
#271595 World Rank
Computer Science
#359242 World Rank
Physics