### Pál (Paul) Turán (1910-1976)

Founder of the Hungarian analytic number theory school. He also obtained
profound results in approximation theory, complex analysis and graph theory.
His main
achievement is the elaboration of the so-called power sum method in analytic number theory that now bears his name, which
has applications to the study of the Riemann Hypothesis. These results are
exposed in his book On a new method in analysis and its applications,
published in German and in English. He had numerous students around the world.

### List of Turán Workshops

- Colloquium on General and Set-Theoretic Topology, 2003
- Groups and Probability, 2003
- Invariants in Low-Dimensional Topology, 2003
- Workshop in Extremal Combinatorics, 2003
- Workshop in Approximation Theory, 2002
- Logic, Algebra and Relativity, 2002
- Workshop on Periodicity and Quasi-periodicity, 2002
- Conference on Information Theory, Cryptography and Statistics, 2001
- Workshop on analysis, 2000
- American--Hungarian Joint Workshop on Discrete Geometry, 1999
- Discrete Geometry, 1999
- Approximation Theory, 1998
- Summer school on Low Dimensional Topology, 1998