Cadambathur Tiruvenkatacharlu Rajagopal
Cadambathur Tiruvenkatacharlu Rajagopal ( born September 8, 1903 in Madras, † April 25, 1978 ) was an Indian mathematician.
Rajagopal was a student of K. Ananda Rau at the Presidency College in Madras with the conclusion of 1925. He dealt as his teacher Ananda Rau especially with Analysis of the direction of the Hardy - school ( as Summierbarkeitsfragen of rows, Tauber- sets ) and function theory. He taught at the Annamalai University, from 1931 on Madras Christian College and from 1951 at the Ramanujan Institute, whose director he was in 1955 as the successor of T. Vijayaraghavan. There he was, among other head of the library of the Indian Mathematical Society, which has long been at the Ramanujan Institute. In 1969, he went into retirement. Around this time, the Institute became part of the University of Madras.
He was in his last years, especially in mathematics history of the Kerala school of Indian mathematicians, such as Madhava ( influenced by K. Balagangadharan ).