John Charles Burkill FRS (1 February 1900, Holt, Norfolk, England – 6 April 1993, Sheffield, England) was an English mathematician who worked on analysis and introduced the Burkill integral. He was elected a fellow of the Royal Society in 1953. In 1948, Burkill won the Adams Prize. He was Master of Peterhouse until 1973. His doctoral students include Frederick Gehring.

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  • John Charles Burkill FRS (1 February 1900, Holt, Norfolk, England – 6 April 1993, Sheffield, England) was an English mathematician who worked on analysis and introduced the Burkill integral. He was elected a fellow of the Royal Society in 1953. In 1948, Burkill won the Adams Prize. He was Master of Peterhouse until 1973. His doctoral students include Frederick Gehring. (en)
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  • John Charles Burkill FRS (1 February 1900, Holt, Norfolk, England – 6 April 1993, Sheffield, England) was an English mathematician who worked on analysis and introduced the Burkill integral. He was elected a fellow of the Royal Society in 1953. In 1948, Burkill won the Adams Prize. He was Master of Peterhouse until 1973. His doctoral students include Frederick Gehring. (en)
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