Hyman Levy

1889 - 1975


Hyman Levy graduated from Edinburgh and went on to study in Göttingen. He was forced to leave Germany on the outbreak of World War II and returned to work at Oxford and at the National Physical Laboratory. He held various posts in Imperial College London, finishing as Head of the Mathematics department. His main work was in the numerical solution of differential equations.
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  1. Obituary: The Times

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Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh1916


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