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Federico Cafiero 24 May — 7 May was an Italian mathematician known for his contributions in real analysismeasure and integration theoryand in the theory of ordinary differential equations.
In particular, generalizing the Vitali convergence theoremthe Fichera convergence theorem and previous results of Vladimir Mikhailovich Dubrovskii, he proved a necessary and sufficient condition for the passage to the limit under the sign of integral: Cafiero was born in Riposto, Province of Cataniaon May 24, He was appointed instructor of the course of “Elementi di matematica”  by the Faculty of Statistical Sciences of the University of Rome, for the — academic year: Being discharged from Military Service on February he was not able to reach Rome and remained in Napoli.
Also in he married Jole Giorgini, his lifelong companion, and soon after they had a daughter, Anna. Due to the scarce possibilities of being hired permanently by the Faculty of Sciences at that time, he accepted a position as adjunct assistant professor to the chair of Financial Mathematics working with Luigi Lordi first at the Istituto Universitario Navale and then to the Faculty of Economics and Business, where he was appointed full assistant professor in June The scientific aspect of the collaboration with the Faculty of Sciences was nonetheless very intense,  leading him to the “libera docenza” in Marchand to a full professorship chair in Ranked first of the three winners of the competition for the chair of mathematical analysis of the University of Catania,  on December he was appointed as extraordinary professor to that chair, and left Napoli for Catania.
Cafiero started his service at the University of Catania on January The papers of Federico Cafiero listed in this section are also included in his ” Opere scelte ” Cafierowhich collect all his published notes and one of his books.
The yearbook of the Accademia Pontanianap.
Elementi di matematica 1: Angelo Alvino, Guido Trombetti: : Books
Letta and Roghi clearly state the academic year, while Miranda states that he won the scholarship ” subito dopo ” i. Roghi gives many other details about the scholarship, including the names of other winners and its amount, which was Italian liras. Roghip. However, the version of Letta has been followed since it is more circumstantial, offering more details.
Letta and Miranda precisely state the month and the year of his appointment. Letta, Maugeri and Miranda precisely state the month and the year of his arrival: Paul Halmos in the U. The Italic type emphasis is due to the Author himself.
Nella Sede dell’Accademia, p. The “Yearbook ” of the Accademia Pontaniana, published by the Academy itself and describing its past and present hierarchies and its activities. Elementk also gives some notes grombetti its history, the full list of its members and other useful information.
The short ” Introduction ” to Cafiero’s selected works by its editors: The chapter on Cafiero in a book collecting brief biographical sketches and matemqtica of scientific tromvetti of the mathematicians who worked at the Parthenope University of Naplesduring their stay at the renowned Neapolitan University.
Accademia Nazionale dei Linceipp. The Author was one of his pupils and, after his death, held his chair of mathematical analysis at the University of Pisabecoming dean of the faculty alivno sciences and then rector: Includes a publication list. Marino, Mario”In Memoria del Prof. It is a brief historical paper on the chairs of mathematical analysis at the University of Catania: Miranda, Carlovi storia e prospettive future dell’istituto di matematica della facolta di scienze dell’universita di Napoli” [ Short history and future perspectives of the mathematical institute of the faculty of sciences of the University of Neaples ]Rendiconto dell’Accademia delle Scienze Fisiche e Matematiche, NapoliSerie IV, in Italian44 Palladino, Franco; Palladino, Nicla”I modelli matematici costruiti per l’insegnamento delle matematiche superiori pure e applicate” [ Mathematical models built for the teaching of pure and applied higher mathematics ] PDFHrombetti Mathematica in Italian It includes a brief remark on the ” Bourbakist ” style of teaching of Federico Cafiero by the first author.
Presidenza della Repubblica Italiana June 9,Medaglia d’oro ai benemeriti della scuola della cultura e dell’arte: Federico Cafieroretrieved February 11, This is a monographic fascicle published on the “Bollettino della Unione Matematica Italiana”, describing the history of the “Istituto Nazionale di Alta Matematica Francesco Severi” from its foundation in to It is almost exclusively based on sources from the institute archives: It also reports some notes on its history, the full list of its members and other useful information.
References describing his scientific contributions de Lucia, Paolo”Analisi reale e teoria della misura ellementi Napoli: Francesco Giannini e Figli, pp.
Renato Caccioppoli”, in Alvino, A. This paper, ” Measure theory in Naples: Renato Caccioppoli “, appeared in the proceedings of the symposium, details Cacioppoli’s and Cafiero’s contributions to the development of Measure Theory. Fichera, Gaetano”Il calcolo infinitesimale alle soglie del Duemila” [ Infinitesimal calculus at the threshold of the Millennium ]Atti della Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei.
Classe di Scienze Fisiche, Matematiche e Naturali. SupplementoSerie IX, 4 1: Unione Matematica Italianapp.
Measure and Integration theory Ordinary differential equations Real analysis.