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Marko Tadic Croatian mathematician delivered a lecture at IHES in Paris in 2018
By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published  06/21/2019 | Science , Education | Unrated
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

Additions from India and from the USA
(many thanks to Professor Marko Tadić for sending us the photos below)


Professor Dipendra Prasad, announcing an invited lecture by Professor Marko Tadić, University of Zagreb, Croatia,
at the "International Colloquium on Automorphic Representations and L-Functions", organized by
the TATA Institute for Fundamental Research (TIFR) in Mumbay, January 2012.
The year 2012 was the 125th birth anniversary year of Srinivasa Ramanujan , a mathematical genius, born on 22nd December,1887.
That year was been designated as National Mathematics Year in the Republic of India.

Academician Marko Tadić, distinguished Croatian mathematician, lecturing at TIFR in Bombay in 2012.
Professor Marko Tadić (in the middle) with Professor Dipendra Prasad on the right
Professor Marko Tadić had also another invited lecture in India at TIFR Mumbay in February 20213.
Professors Dinakar Ramakrishnan (of the California institute of Technology - Caltech, USA)
and Marko Tadić (of the University of Zagreb, Croatia), meeting in Mumbai, India, in 2012.
They first met at the University of Chicago in 1983.

In 2010, Marko Tadić published one of his papers in a journal bearing the name of Srinivasa Ramanujan,
the most famous mathematician of India:
Journal of the Ramanujan Mathematical Society, vol. 25, no. 3, 2010, pages 295-328.
See the list of published papers written by Marko Tadić.

Mathematical excursion in India.
There is another math journal bearing the name of Ramanujan, to which Croatian mathematicians have contributed:
Mirko Primc and Tomislav Šikić, Leading terms of relations for standard modules of affine Lie algebras C_n^(1),
Ramanujan journal, 48 (2019), 3; 509-543
An amazing art of balancing in India is also a source of various traditional dances.
Information by Mr. Joginder Singh Nijjar, president of Croatian-Indian Society in Zagreb.

Professor Marko Tadić (of the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts) on the left, next to him
Mrs Ivana Ježić (wife of academician Mislav Ježić, the leading Croatian indologist), Mr. Joginder Singh Nijjar (president of Croatian-Indian Society),
and Professor Dražen Vikić-Topić (president of Croatian Cultural Society Napredak), during the presentation of
the reprint of the 1924 monograph by Romain Rolland entitled Mahatma Gandhi (translated into Croatian in 1924 as Naš Gandhi, i.e., Our Gandhi),
organized on 2nd October 2021. The date of 2nd October is a national holiday in India, since
Mahatma Gandhi was born on 2nd October 1869. Many thanks to Mr. Joginder Singh Nijjar for sending us this photo.
From left to right: Professor Dražen Vikić-Topić with academician Mislav Ježić,
Darko Žubrinić, H. E. Raj Kumar Srivastava (Ambassador of the Republic of India), academician Marko Tadić

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