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Robert Louis Griess, Jr. (born 1945, Savannah, Georgia) is a mathematician working on finite simple groups and vertex algebras. Currently, Griess is a professor of mathematics at University of Michigan.
- R. L. Griess, Jr, The Friendly Giant, Inventiones Mathematicae 69 (1982), 1–102