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Professor V. Lakshmikantham
Professor V. Lakshmikantham was born as a great mathematician on 16th March 1924 in an Indian village; he had not been educated due to the reason that there was no school. His first study was at the age of 13 learning English and then earning a place to higher school to college. He had experienced working in a bank. Lakshmikantham always went to places like USA, Canada and India spending many years at universities like UCLA, University of Wisconsin at Madison, RIAS and Baltimore, and earned his Bachelor's and Master's Degrees. He then went to Marathawada University to be the Head of Mathematics. What made him a brilliant mathematician was his photographic memory and intellectual skills which enabled him to grasp and manage many problems very quickly, from his talents he had achieved unbelievably well on whatever he studied.
His main interest was differential equations, which he picked out from a series of papers by Wintner, Bellman, Hartman, Levinson and Coddington. He published a book "Theory of Fuzzy Differential Equations and Inclusions" as an author. This was when he was a Professor and the Head of Applied Mathematics at the Florida Institute of
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