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Boris Shapiro (mathematician)

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Name  Boris Shapiro

Role  Mathematician
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Boris Shapiro (born 1957, Moscow, Soviet Union) is a Russian-Swedish mathematician, whose research concerns differential equations, commutative algebra and Schubert calculus. The Shapiro–Shapiro conjecture (or simply Shapiro conjecture) was named after Michael Shapiro and him (it is now the well-known Mukhin–Tarasov–Varchenko theorem).


Shapiro enrolled on Ph.D. studies at Moscow State University, Soviet Union in 1985 as a student of Vladimir Arnold, but his thesis defense was rejected by the examining committee. He then defended the same thesis at Stockholm University, Sweden in 1990, and was awarded his Ph.D. He is a professor at Stockholm University since 1993.

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Selected papers

  • A. Postnikov, B. Shapiro, "Trees, parking functions, syzygies, and deformations of monomial ideals", Transactions of the American Mathematical Society 356 (8), pp. 3109–3142.
  • B. Shapiro, M. Shapiro, A. Vainshtein, "Ramified Coverings of S² With One Degenerate Branching Point And Enumeration of Edge-Ordered Graphs", Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Formal Power Series and Algebraic Combinatorics, 1996, pp. 421–426.
  • References

    Boris Shapiro (mathematician) Wikipedia

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