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Biographical entry McIntosh, Alan Gaius Ramsay (1942 - 2016)

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Born
17 January 1942
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Died
8 August 2016
Occupation
Mathematician

Summary

Alan McIntosh was Professor of Mathematics at the Australian National University's Centre for Mathematics and its Applications. He was Head of the Centre from 1999 to 2004 and held numerous prestigious posts throughout Australia and overseas. McIntosh's research covered Kato problems, Dirac operators and Hardy space and resulted in over seventy publications and numerous invited lectures and conference presentations.

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1962
Education - Bachelor of Science with Honours (BSc (Hons)) completed at the University of New England in Armadale, New South Wales
1963
Career position - Tutor at the University of New England
1966
Education - Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) completed at the University of California, USA
1966 - 1967
Career position - Member of the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton, USA
1967 -
Career position - Member of the Australian Mathematical Society
1967 - 1999
Career position - Lecturer / Senior Lecturer / Associate Professor / Professor of Mathematics at Macquarie University in Sydney
1971 - 1973
Career position - Council member of the Australian Mathematical Society
1973
Career position - Member of the Institute of Advanced Studies at Princeton, USA
1980
Career position - Professeur Invité, Université Paris VI, France
1983 - 1984
Career position - Visiting Fellow at the Centre for Mathematics and its Applications at Australian National University, Canberra
1985 - 1999
Career position - Leader of the Analysis Group at Macquarie University
1986 -
Award - Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science (FAA)
1988 - 1990
Career position - Member of the National Committee for Mathematics, Australian Academy of Science
1999 -
Career position - Professor of Mathematics at the Centre for Mathematics and its Applications
1999 - 2004
Career position - Head of the Centre for Mathematics and its Applications
2002
Career position - Moyal Medal for Contributions to Mathematics received from Macquarie University

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