» Home
» Science » Marko Tadic Croatian mathematician delivered a lecture at IHES in Paris in 2018
» Home
» Education » Marko Tadic Croatian mathematician delivered a lecture at IHES in Paris in 2018

Marko Tadic Croatian mathematician delivered a lecture at IHES in Paris in 2018

Distinguished Croatian mathematician, international expert in Representation theory of groups

Marko Tadić, distinguished Croatian mathematician,

fellow of Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts and of Academia Europaea

Marko Tadic, University of Zagreb, Croatia: Unitarizability in generalised rank three case for classical p-adic groups; lecture delivered at IHES, Paris, 2018

Marko Tadić

Marko Tadic, professor of Mathematics at the University of Zagreb and a member of Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts, delivered a lecture in 2018 at the prestigious IHES (Institut des Hautes Etudes Scientifiques) in Paris. The title of his talk was "Unitarizability in generalised rank three case for classical p-adic groups". Although the lecture is on a highly specialized topic in Mathematics, we invite the reader to listen to at least a part of it. France is one of the strongest mathematical nations in the world.

Marko was born in 1953 in Bosnia and Herzegovina, in the town of Tomislavgrad. He is a member of Academia Europaea.

Academician Marko Tadić, one of former editors in chief of Glasnik matematički (Mathematical Herald),

the first Croatian professional mathematical journal