The Intellectual Journey of Hua Loo-keng from China to the Institute for Advanced Study: His Correspondence with Hermann Weyl
German mathematician Hermann Weyl (1885-1955) and the gifted mathematician Hua Loo-keng. Their correspondence offers a profound understanding of a solidarity-building effort that can exist in the scientific community. Hermann Weyl had a profound influence on Hua Loo-keng and facilitated his coming to the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton. Hua Loo-keng who left school at the age of fifteen was able to produce considerable work in number theory, algebra, geometry, and complex analysis. Hermann Weyl had interests that covered wide subfields of mathematics and was also involved in the development of general theory of relativity alongside Albert Einstein.
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