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Keti Tenenblat born 27 November in Izmir , Turkey is a Turkish - Brazilian mathematician working on Riemannian geometry , the applications of differential geometry to partial differential equations , and Finsler geometry. Together with Chuu-Lian Terng , she generalized Backlund theorem to higher dimensions. She was born in , in Turkey, where she attended elementary and junior high school at an Italian school. In , her family emigrated to Brazil. From to , she taught mathematics at a secondary school in Rio. She completed her university course in and began her higher education activities at the Institute of Mathematics of UFRJ in She defended her doctoral dissertation entitled "An estimate for the length of closed geodesics in Riemannian varieties" in , under the direction of Manfredo P.