Per Erik Manne is an Associate Professor of Mathematics at NHH. Manne received his dr. scient. degree in mathematics from the University of Oslo in 1994. His research interests have been primarily in approximation theory and complex analysis, but also include mathematical economics and the history of mathematics.
Currently, Manne is Dean of the bachelor’s programme at NHH. He has twice received the students’ award Bronsesvampen for excellent teaching in the bachelor programme.
|Manne, Per Erik; Wold, Erlend Fornæss; Øvrelid, Nils||Holomorphic convexity and Carleman approximation by entire functions on Stein manifolds||Mathematische Annalen Volume 351 (3); page 571 - 585; 2011|
|Manne, Per E.; Finch, Steven R.||A Solution to the Bent Wire Problem||The American Mathematical Monthly Volume 109 (8); page 750 - 752; 2002|
|Manne, Per Erik||Carleman Approximation by Entire Functions on the Union of Two Totally Real Subspaces of C^n||Canadian Mathematical Bulletin (CMB) Volume 37 (4); page 522 - 526; 1994|
|Manne, Per Erik||Carleman Approximation on Totally Real Subsets of Class C^k||Mathematica Scandinavica Volume 74; page 313 - 319; 1994|
|Manne, Per Erik||Carleman Approximation on Totally Real Submanifolds of a Complex Manifold||Several Complex Variables: Proceedings of the Mittag-Leffler Institute, 1987-1988; page 519 - 528; 1993|
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