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Andrew M Bruckner

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Citizenship  United States
Name  Andrew Bruckner

Role  Mathematician
Fields  Mathematics
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Born  December 17, 1932 (age 82) Berlin, Germany (1932-12-17)
Institutions  University of California, Santa Barbara
Alma mater  University of California, Los Angeles
Education  University of California, Los Angeles
Books  Elementary Real Analysis, Differentiation of real functions, Real Analysis

Andrew Michael Bruckner (born December 17, 1932) is an American retired mathematician, known for his contributions to real analysis.

He got his PhD in mathematics from University of California, Los Angeles (1959) on the dissertation Minimal Superadditive Extensions of Superadditive Functions advised by John Green (mathematician). He joined the faculty at University of California, Santa Barbara. The "Andy Award" is given annually in his name, to significant contributors to real analysis.

In 2012 he became a fellow of the American Mathematical Society.


  • Differentiation of real functions (American Mathematical Society, 1994)
  • Real analysis (1997). With Judith B. Bruckner and Brian S. Thomson.
  • Elementary real analysis (2001). With B. Thomson and J. Bruckner.
  • References

    Andrew M. Bruckner Wikipedia

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