# Hans Carl Friedrich von Mangoldt

**Hans Carl Friedrich von Mangoldt** (1854–1925) was a German mathematician who contributed to the solution of the prime number theorem.

Hans Carl Friedrich von Mangoldt | |
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Born | |

Died | 27 October 1925 Danzig-Langfuhr | (aged 71)

Alma mater | University of Berlin |

Scientific career | |

Fields | Mathematics |

Doctoral advisor | Karl Weierstrass Ernst Kummer |

## BiographyEdit

Mangoldt completed his Doctorate of Philosophy (Ph.D) in 1878 at the University of Berlin, where his supervisors were Ernst Kummer and Karl Weierstrass.^{[1]} He contributed to the solution of the prime number theorem by providing rigorous proofs of two statements in Bernhard Riemann's seminal paper "On the Number of Primes Less Than a Given Magnitude". Riemann himself had only given partial proofs of these statements. Mangoldt worked as professor at the RWTH Aachen and was succeeded by Otto Blumenthal.

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