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Employment History

Professor

University of Southampton


Mathematician

University of Southampton


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www.soton.ac.uk [cached]

Professor Martin Dunwoody
Professor Martin Dunwoody Emeritus Professor


The Seattle Times: Nation & World: Russian scientist may have solved famous math problem

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Two years ago, the mathematician Martin Dunwoody of Southampton University in Britain caused a stir when he published a proposed proof.But Dunwoody, like all his predecessors, was later proved wrong.


Staff in Pure Mathematics :: School of Mathematics

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Professor Martin Dunwoody (Emeritus)


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Martin Dunwoody
Martin Dunwoody Martin John Dunwoody (born November 3, 1938) is an Emeritus Professor of mathematics at the University of Southampton, England. http://wn.com/Martin_Dunwoody


Taipei Times - archives

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Two years ago, Martin Dunwoody of Southampton University in England caused a sensation when he posted his six-page proposed solution on a university Web site.Within months, Dunwoody's proposal was shot down. This story has been viewed 337 times.


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