is a Norwegian mathematician at the University of Bergen, and UiT The Arctic University of Norway working in the area of computational mathematics in the borderland between pure and applied mathematics and computer science.
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Hans MuntheKaas Wiki, Biography
Date of Birth 
28 March 1961 
Birth Day 
28 March 
Birth Years 
1961 
Age 
61 years old 
Birth Place 
Northallerton, England

Birth City 
Northallerton 
Birth Country 
Norway 
Nationality 
Norwegian 
Famous As 
Mathematician 
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Mathematician 
Zodiac Sign 
Capricorn 
Occupation 
Mathematician 
Also Known by the Full name , is a Good Mathematician. He was born on 28 March 1961, in Northallerton, England
.Northallerton is a beautiful and populous city located in Northallerton, England
Norway.
Net Worth
has a net worth of $1.5 million (Estimated) which he earned from his occupation as Mathematician. Famously known as the Mathematician of Norway. He is seen as one of the most successful Mathematician of all times. Wealth & Primary Source of earning is being a successful Norwegian Mathematician.
Hans entered the career as Mathematician In his early life after completing his formal education..
Net Worth
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$0.5 Million to $1.5 Million Approx 
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Personal Life, Relationships and Dating
MuntheKaas married Antonella Zanna, an Italian numerical analyst, in 1997; they have four children and a dog.
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Life Story & Timeline
The work of MuntheKaas is centred on applications of differential geometry and Lie group techniques in geometric integration and structure preserving algorithms for numerical integration of differential equations. A central aspect is the analysis of structure preservation by algebraic and combinatorial techniques (Bseries and Lie–Butcher series).
Algebraically, Bseries are based on preLie algebras, whereas the generalised Lie–Butcher series are based on the concept of postLie algebras. Applications in numerical integration on manifolds has led to fundamental research in the structure of postLie algebras and their relations to differential geometry, with ramifications in many different areas of applications.
MuntheKaas married Antonella Zanna, an Italian numerical analyst, in 1997; they have four children.
In the mid1990s MuntheKaas developed what are now known as Runge–Kutta–MuntheKaas methods, a generalisation of Runge–Kutta methods to integration of differential equations evolving on Lie groups. The analysis of numerical Lie group integrators leads to the study of new types of formal power series for flows on manifolds (Lie–Butcher series). Lie–Butcher theory combines classical Bseries with Lieseries.
He took his PhD at the Norwegian Institute of Technology in 1989, called to full Professor 1997 and has since 2005 been Professor of Mathematics.
MuntheKaas received Exxon Mobil Award for best PhD at NTNU, 1989, and the CarlErik Frōberg Prize in Numerical Mathematics 1996 for the paper “Lie–Butcher theory for Runge–Kutta Methods”. MuntheKaas is elected member of the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters, the Royal Norwegian Society of Sciences and Letters and the Norwegian Academy of Technological Sciences. MuntheKaas is the chair of the international Abel prize committee (20182022), he is President of the Scientific Council of Centre International de Mathématiques Pures et Appliquées (CIMPA) (2017–present) and he is EditorinChief of Journal Foundations of Computational Mathematics (2017–present). MuntheKaas was secretary of Foundations of Computational Mathematics (2005–2011) and member of the Board of the Abel Prize in Mathematics (2010–2018).
Hans Zanna MuntheKaas (born 28 March 1961) is a Norwegian mathematician at the University of Bergen, working in the area of computational mathematics in the borderland between pure and applied mathematics and computer science.