Hiroshi Umemura

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梅村 浩 (Hiroshi Umemura)
Nationality Japan
Alma materNagoya University
Scientific career
FieldsAlgebraic geometry
Differential equations
InstitutionsStrasbourg University
Nagoya University

Hiroshi Umemura (1944-2019) is a Japanese mathematician and honored professor at Nagoya University. He is known for his works about algebraic geometry and differential equations.[1][2][3][4]

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  1. Mukai, S., & Umemura, H. (1983). Minimal rational threefolds. In Algebraic geometry (pp. 490-518). Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.
  2. Umemura, H. (2007). Resolution of algebraic equations by theta constants. In Tata Lectures on Theta II (pp. 261-270). Birkhäuser, Boston, MA.
  3. Umemura, H. (1982). On the maximal connected algebraic subgroups of the Cremona group I. Nagoya Mathematical Journal, 88, 213-246.
  4. Umemura, H. (1988). On the irreducibility of the first differential equation of Painlevé. In Algebraic geometry and commutative algebra (pp. 771-789). Academic Press.