Michel Raynaud (French: [ʁɛno]; 16 June 1938 – 10 March 2018) was a French mathematician. He worked in algebraic geometry. He was a professor at Paris-Sud 11 University. In 1987 he received the Prize Ampère from the Académie des Sciences. In 1995 he received the Cole Prize, together with David Harbater, for his solution of the Abhyankar conjecture.
|Died||10 March 2018 (aged 79)|
|Alma mater||Paris-Sud 11 University|
|Known for||Proving the Abhyankar's conjecture, Manin-Mumford conjecture|
|Awards||Cole Prize (1995)|
Prize Ampère (1987)
|Institutions||Paris-Sud 11 University|
|Doctoral advisor||Alexander Grothendieck|
- Raynaud, Michel (1983). "Sous-variétés d'une variété abélienne et points de torsion". In Artin, Michael; Tate, John (eds.). Arithmetic and geometry. Papers dedicated to I. R. Shafarevich on the occasion of his sixtieth birthday. Vol. I: Arithmetic. Progress in Mathematics (in French). 35. Birkhauser-Boston. pp. 327–352. Zbl 0581.14031.
- Gassiat, Elisabeth (March 2018). "Décès de Michel Raynaud". Société Mathématique de France (in French). Retrieved 2018-03-14.