Leopold Vietoris was an Austrian mathematician and a World War I veteran. He was died in Innsbruck, he was known for his contributions to topology—notably the Mayer–Vietoris sequence—and other fields of mathematics, his interest in mathematical history and for being a keen alpinist. Vietoris studied mathematics and geometry at the Technical University in Vienna, he was wounded in September that same year. On 4 November 1918, one week before the Armistice of Villa Giusti, he became an Italian prisoner of war, he attended the University of Vienna, where he earned his PhD in 1920, with a thesis written under the supervision of Gustav von Escherich and Wilhelm Wirtinger. In autumn 1928 he married his first wife Klara Riccabona, who died while giving birth to their sixth daughter. In 1936 he married Maria Riccabona. Vietoris was survived by his six daughters, 17 grandchildren, 30 great-grandchildren, he lends his name to a few mathematical concepts: Vietoris topology Vietoris homology Mayer–Vietoris sequence Vietoris–Begle mapping theorem Vietoris–Rips complexVietoris remained scientifically active in his years writing one paper on trigonometric sums at the age of 103.
Vietoris lived to be 110 years and 309 days old, became the oldest verified Austrian man ever. Austrian Decoration for Science and Art Grand Gold Decoration for Services to the Republic of Austria Honorary member of the German Mathematical Society List of the verified oldest people Weibel, Peter, ed.. Beyond Art: A Third Culture: A Comparative Study in Cultures and Science in 20th Century Austria and Hungary. Springer Science & Business Media. P. 260. ISBN 978-3-211-24562-0
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