# Roman Sikorski

**Roman Sikorski** (July 11, 1920 – September 12, 1983) was a Polish mathematician.

Roman Sikorski | |
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Born | |

Died | September 12, 1983 | (aged 63)

Nationality | Poland |

Alma mater | University of Warsaw |

Known for | Rasiowa–Sikorski lemma |

Scientific career | |

Fields | Mathematics |

Institutions | University of Warsaw |

Doctoral advisor | Andrzej Mostowski |

## BiographyEdit

Sikorski was a professor at the University of Warsaw from 1952 until 1982. Since 1962, he was a member of the Polish Academy of Sciences.

Sikorski's research interests included: Boolean algebras, mathematical logic, functional analysis, the theory of distributions, measure theory, general topology, and descriptive set theory.

## WorksEdit

*Boolean Algebras*(1960)*Funkcje rzeczywiste*(t. 1–2 1958–59)*The Mathematics of Metamathematics*(1963, together with Helena Rasiowa)*Rachunek rózniczkowy i całkowy — funkcje wielu zmiennych*(1967)

## See alsoEdit

## ReferencesEdit

- Roman Sikorski (11 July 1920–12 September 1983),
*Studia Mathematica*,**78**(1984), 105. - M. Maczynski, T. Traczyk: Roman Sikorski (1920–1983),
*Wiadom. Mat.*,**27**(2), 1987, 235–241.

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