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Michael D. Fried

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Nationality  American
Alma mater  University of Michigan
Doctoral advisor  Donald John Lewis
Fields  Mathematics
Field  Mathematics
Doctoral students  Chidambaram Alimoolam Ronald Biggers Castillo Del Paul Bailey Darren Semmen
Known for  inverse Galois problem modular tower program monodromy method branch cycle lemma Nielsen class Galois stratification proofs of Schur's conjecture and Davenport's problem
People also search for  Moshe Jarden, Yasutaka Ihara
Notable students  Darren Semmen, Ronald Biggers, Chidambaram Alimoolam, Castillo Del
Institutions  University of California, Irvine, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, University of Florida, Stony Brook University

Michael David Fried is an American mathematician working in the geometry and arithmetic of families of nonsingular projective curve covers. He uses group representation theory to avoid solving equations (the monodromy method).

Fried's mathematical articles can be roughly divided into four groups: Arithmetic of Covers and Regular Inverse Galois Problem, Hilbert's Irreducibility Theorem, Finite fields and Diophantine problems, and Modular Towers and Strong Torsion Conjecture .

Career

Fried got his PhD from University of Michigan in Mathematics (1964–1967); from 1959–1961 he got his undergraduate degree from Michigan State University in electrical engineering. Between those degrees he worked for three years as an aerospace electrical engineer. This included work on the Lunar Excursion Module and the Nautilus submarine . He chose the two years of postdoctoral at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton (1967–1969). Before living in Montana in 2004, he was a Professor at Stony Brook University (8 years), University of California at Irvine (26 years), University of Florida (3 years) and Hebrew University (2 years). He has been a visiting professor at MIT, MSRI, University of Michigan, University of Florida, Hebrew University and Tel Aviv University. He has been an editor on several mathematics journals including the Research Announcements of the Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society, and the Journal of Finite Fields and its Applications. He was included in the inaugural (2013) class of Fellows of the AMS. Frieds fellowships include Alfred P. Sloan Foundation (1972–1974), Lady Davis Fellow at Hebrew University (1987–1988), Fulbright spent at Helsinki University (1982–1983), Alexander von Humboldt Research Fellowship (1994–1996), and the two periods at the Institute for Advanced Study (Fall, 1967 to Spring 1969 and Spring 1974).

References

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