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1911), a student of Wilhelm Blaschke, also reflected Cartan's influence. In April and May of 1931 Cartan made a trip to Romania and Poland. ). In the same year, Cartan was elected an honorary member of the Romanian Academy of Sciences in Bucharest. In 1934 Cartan was made a corresponding member of the Royal Society of Sciences in Liege, Belgium; in 1937 he was elected a foreign member of the Amsterdam Academy of Sciences (Netherlands). A. and a member of the National Academy of Forty in Rome. Cartan was also elected an honoris causa Doctor of Sciences at Harvard University (1936) and the Universities of Liege (1934), Brussel and Louvain (1947), and Bucharest and Pisa (1948).

A. and a member of the National Academy of Forty in Rome. Cartan was also elected an honoris causa Doctor of Sciences at Harvard University (1936) and the Universities of Liege (1934), Brussel and Louvain (1947), and Bucharest and Pisa (1948). Cartan corresponded with many scientists. However, although many of his letters have been preserved, only his correspondences with A. Einstein [210] and the Romanian geometers Gheorghe Titeica (1873-1939), Alexandru Pantazi (1873-1939), and Gheorghe Vranceanu (1900-1979) [211] have been published.

1915) and Charles Ehresmann (1905-1979). Andre Weil (b. 1906) was also greatly influenced by Cartan. He dedicated his book Integration on topological groups and its applications [Wel] to Cartan. In addition to the papers [ChC] and [Wh] on the life and research of Cartan, the articles of Dieudonne [Die], Hodge [Hod], and Saltykov [Sal], and the articles in the memorial collection [ECR] published by Roumanian mathematicians on the occasion of Cartan's 100th birthday, and the research of Hawkins [Hawl ]-[Haw3], are also worthy of note.

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