Volume 34-35


1. On the Half Line: K Ramachandra.

Sinha, Nilotpal Kanti.
This is a short biographical note on the life and works of K. Ramachandra, one of the leading mathematicians in the field of analytic number theory in the second half of the twentieth century.

2. The work of K. Ramachandra in algebraic number theory

Murty, M. Ram.
We give a brief survey of three papers of K. Ramachandra in algebraic number theory. The first paper is based on his thesis and appeared in the Annals of Mathematics and titled, ``Some Applications of Kronecker's Limit Formula.'' The second paper determines a system of fundamental units for the […]

3. On Ramachandra's Contributions to Transcendental Number Theory

Waldschmidt, Michel.
The first part of this paper is a survey on Ramachandra's contribution to transcendental number theory included in his 1968 paper in Acta Arithmetica. It includes a discussion of pseudo-algebraic points of algebraically additive functions. The second part deals with applications to density […]

4. Mathematical Reminiscences: How to Keep the Pot Boiling

Ramachandra, K.
Analytic number theory deals with the application of analysis, both real and complex, to the study of numbers. It includes primes, transcendental numbers, diophantine equations and other questions. The study of the Riemann zeta-function $\zeta(s)$ is intimately connected with that of primes. \par In […]

5. K. Ramachandra : Reminiscences of his Students.

Sankaranarayanan, A ; Narlikar, Mangala J ; Srinivas, K ; Bhat, K G.
This article contains obituary notes written by friends of K. Ramachandra who was one of the founding editors of the Hardy Ramanujan Journal.

6. K. Ramachandra: Reminiscences of his Friends.

Murthy, M. P ; Waldschmidt, Michel ; Soundararajan, K ; Vaidya, Prabhakar ; Jutila, Matti.
This article contains obituary notes written by students of K. Ramachandra who was one of the founding editors of the Hardy Ramanujan Journal.