Member of the Romanian Academy, Professor, PhD in Mathematics, Interdisciplinary Researcher.
Born on March 1st 1925, the son of Sima and Alter Marcus, Solomon Marcus attended the elementary school and high school in Bacău, Romania. He graduated “George Bacovia" High School (currently “Ferdinand I") in 1944. He attended the Faculty of Science, the Mathematics Department, at the University of Bucharest, Romania, between 1945 and 1949. He graduated with a Diploma of Honor in 1949.
He was appointed Assistant Professor in 1950, Lecturer in 1955, Associate Professor in 1964, Professor in 1966, Professor Emeritus of the University of Bucharest in 1991. He earned his PhD in Mathematics in 1956, with a thesis on “Monotonic Functions of Two Variables".
In 1968 he became a State Doctor in Sciences, at the University of Bucharest. He was elected Corresponding Member of the Romanian Academy in April 1993 and Full Member of the Romanian Academy (Academician) in December 2001.
His fields of research and teaching span from mathematical analysis, theoretical computer science, measure theory and general topology to linguistics, history and philosophy of mathematics, poetics, semiotics and applications of mathematics to natural and social sciences.
Ever since the beginning of his career, Solomon Marcus has shown a deep interest concerning the problems of education and a strong will to create the premises of an open, constructive relationship between teacher and student.
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