Beilinson is a family name. It may refer to the following:


  • Alexander Beilinson, a Russian-American mathematician
  • Moshe Beilinson, a Jewish and Israeli doctor, journalist, and editor


  • The Beilinson Campus of the Rabin Medical Center, named after Moshe Beilinson
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Kavim - Bus Lines - Petah Tikva and Rosh HaAyin
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Alexander Beilinson - Work
... As early as 1978, Beilinson published a paper on coherent sheaves and several problems in linear algebra ... In 1981 Beilinson announced a proof of the Kazhdan–Lusztig conjectures and Jantzen conjectures with Joseph Bernstein ... Independent of Beilinson and Bernstein, Brylinski and Kashiwara obtained a proof of the Kazhdan–Lusztig conjectures ...
Alexander Beilinson
... Beilinson (born 1957) is the David and Mary Winton Green University Professor at the University of Chicago and works on mathematics ... In 1999 Beilinson was awarded the Ostrowski Prize with Helmut Hofer ...
Examples - Kato's Euler System
... These elements—named Beilinson elements after Alexander Beilinson who introduced them in Beilinson (1984)—were used by Kazuya Kato in Kato (2004) to prove one divisibility in Barry Mazur's main conjecture of ...