Volker Strassen

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Volker Strassen (born April 29, 1936) is a German mathematician, a professor emeritus in the department of mathematics and statistics at the University of Konstanz.For important contributions to the analysis of algorithms he has received many awards, including the Cantor medal, the Konrad Zuse Medal, the Paris Kanellakis Award for work on randomized primality testing, the Knuth Prize for "seminal and influential contributions to the design and analysis of efficient algorithms.. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Volker Strassen has received more than 59,426 page views. His biography is available in 16 different languages on Wikipedia. Volker Strassen is the 739th most popular mathematician, the 4,045th most popular biography from Germany and the 81st most popular German Mathematician.

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Among mathematicians, Volker Strassen ranks 739 out of 828Before him are Jørgen Pedersen Gram, Alberto Calderón, Douglas McIlroy, Horace Lamb, Roger Apéry, and George Peacock. After him are Georges de Rham, Svetlana Gannushkina, Barry Mazur, Henri Padé, Giuseppe Veronese, and I. J. Good.

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Among people born in 1936, Volker Strassen ranks 381Before him are Lyudmila Pinayeva, Robert A. Parker, Cynthia McLeod, Janusz Zakrzeński, Leon O. Chua, and Shelley Morrison. After him are Larry McMurtry, German Apukhtin, László Fábián, Loren Acton, Roger Miller, and Wolfgang Behrendt.

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Among people born in Germany, Volker Strassen ranks 4,045 out of 5,289Before him are Günther Bechem (1921), Lutz Eigendorf (1956), Martin Hoffmann (1955), Douglas Coupland (1961), Rudolf Haag (1922), and Guido Knopp (1948). After him are Ulla Schmidt (1949), Frank Schätzing (1957), Ludwig Lachmann (1906), Joseph Rosemeyer (1872), Nadja Auermann (1971), and André Hennicke (1958).


Among mathematicians born in Germany, Volker Strassen ranks 81Before him are Grete Hermann (1901), Wendelin Werner (1968), Friedrich Engel (1861), Wilhelm Killing (1847), Hans Rademacher (1892), and Hans Carl Friedrich von Mangoldt (1854). After him are Christoph Gudermann (1798), Richard Rado (1906), Richard Brauer (1901), Hanna Neumann (1914), and Peter Scholze (1987).