Arne Beurling archive

This website is an adjunct to the Arne Beurling Archive at the Uppsala University Library, which was donated by his family. The mathematical manuscripts are in 10 boxes with several items of large format separately. Another 6 boxes contain correspondence and related material.

The website is intended to serve as a resource for members of the mathematical community interested in Beurling's work. Beurling published only part of his results. He was known for keeping quite a few of his discoveries private. Some of his unpublished results were included in his Collected Works but some were not.

The website's primary aim is to make easily available a number of Beurling's working papers and lectures available as a kind of on-line supplement to his two-volume Collected Papers (published in 1989).

Like most websites, this one is a work-in-progress. At least initially, emphasis will be placed on getting the material out there without any lengthy accompanying commentary. Please check back from time-to-time for new downloads and other updates.

Michael Benedicks and Mikhail Sodin (coordinators)

Last modified: 2022-04-12