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Harald Hanche-Olsen comments on "How do mathematicians find other mathematicians?" (19327)
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http://mathoverflow.tqft.net/discussion/1387/how-do-mathematicians-find-other-mathematicians/?Focus=19327#Comment_19327Sun, 17 Jun 2012 10:22:27 -0700Harald Hanche-Olsen
I suspect that not all North American mathematicians can be found in the CML. And I know for sure that some people can be found in the CML, even if they are not North American.
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Sergei Akbarov comments on "How do mathematicians find other mathematicians?" (19323)
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http://mathoverflow.tqft.net/discussion/1387/how-do-mathematicians-find-other-mathematicians/?Focus=19323#Comment_19323Sun, 17 Jun 2012 07:33:48 -0700Sergei Akbarovgeraldedgar comments on "How do mathematicians find other mathematicians?" (19322)
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http://mathoverflow.tqft.net/discussion/1387/how-do-mathematicians-find-other-mathematicians/?Focus=19322#Comment_19322Sun, 17 Jun 2012 06:10:52 -0700geraldedgar
If you have a university you suspect is the one: Nowadays there is probably a university web site, and it probably contains a list of faculty (either one list for the university, or lists for separate departments). So even if there is no email for your mathematician, at least you will know you have the right place. Or the wrong place.
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Sergei Akbarov comments on "How do mathematicians find other mathematicians?" (19321)
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http://mathoverflow.tqft.net/discussion/1387/how-do-mathematicians-find-other-mathematicians/?Focus=19321#Comment_19321Sun, 17 Jun 2012 04:04:23 -0700Sergei Akbarov
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deane.yang comments on "How do mathematicians find other mathematicians?" (19318)
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http://mathoverflow.tqft.net/discussion/1387/how-do-mathematicians-find-other-mathematicians/?Focus=19318#Comment_19318Sun, 17 Jun 2012 01:37:06 -0700deane.yang
a) If the mathematician has published recently, check the paper for an address or email. b) If you know where the mathematician's professional position is, send a letter to the address there c) If you know people working in the field, ask them if they know the person d) If the mathematician is North American, you can look here: http://www.ams.org/cml/ e) If not, there might be something analogous elsewhere ]]>
Sergei Akbarov comments on "How do mathematicians find other mathematicians?" (19317)
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http://mathoverflow.tqft.net/discussion/1387/how-do-mathematicians-find-other-mathematicians/?Focus=19317#Comment_19317Sun, 17 Jun 2012 00:34:44 -0700Sergei Akbarov I wonder if there is a way to contact a mathematician (for example, somebody whom I cite in my papers), if there are no mentionings of him in internet. I suppose this is a usual problem for all of us, and perhaps there exist standard procedures for finding people?