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For a discussion of its early years, as well as information about Bettazzi’s life and work, see Giacardi and Roero 1996. The ROYAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF TURIN was founded in 1757 as the Societas Privata Taurinensis† by chemist Giuseppe Saluzzo, mathematician Joseph Louis Lagrange, and physician Gianfrancesco Cigna, to cultivate studies of mathematics and science. It began publishing scientific papers, including some by Lagrange and Leonhard Euler. Its early members included eminent scholars from France as well as Piedmont.
With this I have nothing more than to send you many good wishes. If you should give me any news and impressions from Catania I would be pleased. With a handshake, believe me Your most devoted F. S. When I had the incarico for higher geometry I gave lectures from 11 to 12 on Monday and Thursday: thus I had a one-hour lecture every day. Also, please give my greetings to Prof. Filadelfo Fichera, who teaches Ornamental and Architectural Design. I gave oral lectures at the School of Design. If you do that also, you will have occasion to meet often with Fichera.
If you do that also, you will have occasion to meet often with Fichera. 59 See pages 16 and 41 for data on university enrollments and information about Sicily. Pieri began teaching in Catania in Spring 1900, at age thirty-nine. His new position brought the same salary as his previous professorship at the military academy. But that had been augmented substantially by his assistantship at the University of Turin. To make ends meet, Pieri assumed responsibility for instruction in higher geometry in addition to projective and descriptive, just as Chizzoni had.
Introduction To Coding Theory And Algebraic Geometry by Jacobus Van Lint
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