MATHEMATICIAN

Shigefumi Mori

1951 - Today

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Shigefumi Mori (森 重文, Mori Shigefumi, born February 23, 1951) is a Japanese mathematician, known for his work in algebraic geometry, particularly in relation to the classification of three-folds. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Shigefumi Mori has received more than 108,393 page views. His biography is available in 30 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 26 in 2019). Shigefumi Mori is the 634th most popular mathematician (down from 599th in 2019), the 1,035th most popular biography from Japan (down from 848th in 2019) and the 9th most popular Japanese Mathematician.

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Among MATHEMATICIANS

Among mathematicians, Shigefumi Mori ranks 634 out of 828Before him are Spiru Haret, Alexander Gelfond, Jean Bourgain, Paul Gordan, Douglas Hartree, and Kātyāyana. After him are Pál Turán, Nicolas Fuss, Saharon Shelah, Federigo Enriques, Lev Schnirelmann, and Saunders Mac Lane.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1951, Shigefumi Mori ranks 250Before him are Slavica Đukić Dejanović, Seasick Steve, Kazuo Saito, Jamey Sheridan, Viktor Sukhorukov, and Steve Prefontaine. After him are Tatyana Kazankina, Tom Wopat, John Mellencamp, Oleg Gazmanov, Jimi Jamison, and David Almond.

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In Japan

Among people born in Japan, Shigefumi Mori ranks 1,035 out of 5,560Before him are Katsuko Saruhashi (1920), Kinue Hitomi (1907), Kōichi Yamadera (1961), Masashi Tashiro (1956), Ikuo Matsumoto (1941), and Megumi Hayashibara (1967). After him are Tadanobu Asano (1973), Aguri Suzuki (1960), Akira Terao (1947), Momoe Yamaguchi (1959), Susumu Hirasawa (1954), and Tetsuo Sugamata (1957).

Among MATHEMATICIANS In Japan

Among mathematicians born in Japan, Shigefumi Mori ranks 9Before him are Kunihiko Kodaira (1915), Goro Shimura (1930), Yutaka Taniyama (1927), Heisuke Hironaka (1931), Satoshi Nakamoto (1975), and Mikio Sato (1928). After him are Shinichi Mochizuki (1969).