Attributes  Values 

rdf:type
 
foaf:homepage
 
foaf:isPrimaryTopicOf
 
rdfs:comment
  Anders MartinLöf (born 16 March 1940) is a Swedish physicist and mathematician. He has been a professor in insurance mathematics and mathematical statistics since 1987 at the Department of Mathematics of Stockholm University. MartinLöf was a fellow student at KTH with Olav Kallenberg.

rdfs:label
 
has abstract
  Anders MartinLöf (born 16 March 1940) is a Swedish physicist and mathematician. He has been a professor in insurance mathematics and mathematical statistics since 1987 at the Department of Mathematics of Stockholm University. MartinLöf did his undergraduate studies at the KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm and got his exam in engineering physics in 1963. He continued with graduate studies in optimization at KTH and at MIT in the United States from 1967/1968, later on followed by a position as Research Associate at the Rockefeller University in New York City 1970/1971, working with probability theory and applications to statistical mechanics. Back at KTH in Stockholm he received his Ph.D. degree in 1973. During the following 10 years he continued working with similar issues as "docent" in Uppsala and Stockholm. In the 1980s he changed to insurance mathematics with the Folksam company including development of theories for controlling movements of insurances. From 1987 he has been working with theoretical and applied aspects of his assignment as professor with the Stockholm University. MartinLöf has two children from his first marriage and a daughter from his second. Anders is the brother of Per MartinLöf, who was responsible for a pioneering definition of randomness, as well as a foundation for constructive mathematics based on intuitionistic type theory. Per is also a professor at Stockholm University, with joint appointments in the departments of Mathematics and Philosophy. They share an interest in statistics, and in statistical mechanics, though Per has been more interested in the foundations of statistics, while Anders has been more interested in financial mathematics. Their elder brother Johan is also an engineering physicist but more inclined to space technology. MartinLöf was a fellow student at KTH with Olav Kallenberg.
 Anders MartinLöf (born 16 March 1940) is a Swedish physicist and mathematician. He has been a professor in insurance mathematics and mathematical statistics since 1987 at the Department of Mathematics of Stockholm University. MartinLöf did his undergraduate studies at the KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm and got his exam in engineering physics in 1963. He continued with graduate studies in optimization at KTH and at MIT in the United States from 1967–1968, later on followed by a position as Research Associate at the Rockefeller University in New York City 1970–1971, working with probability theory and applications to statistical mechanics. Back at KTH in Stockholm he received his Ph.D. degree in 1973. During the following 10 years he continued working with similar issues as "docent" in Uppsala and Stockholm. In the 1980s he changed to insurance mathematics with the Folksam company including development of theories for controlling movements of insurances. From 1987 he has been working with theoretical and applied aspects of his assignment as professor with the Stockholm University. MartinLöf has two children from his first marriage and a daughter from his second. Anders is the brother of Per MartinLöf, who was responsible for a pioneering definition of randomness, as well as a foundation for constructive mathematics based on intuitionistic type theory. Per is also a professor at Stockholm University, with joint appointments in the departments of mathematics and philosophy. They share an interest in statistics, and in statistical mechanics, though Per has been more interested in the foundations of statistics, while Anders has been more interested in financial mathematics. Their elder brother Johan is also an engineering physicist, but more inclined to space technology. MartinLöf was a fellow student at KTH with Olav Kallenberg.

Link to the Wikipage edit URL
 
Link from a Wikipage to an external page
 
extraction datetime
 
Link to the Wikipage history URL
 
Wikipage page ID
 
page length (characters) of wiki page
 
Wikipage modification datetime
 
Wiki page out degree
 
Wikipage revision ID
 
Link to the Wikipage revision URL
 
dbp:wikiPageUsesTemplate
 
dct:subject
 
is foaf:primaryTopic
of  