Mathieu may refer to:

In places:

  • Mathieu, Calvados, a commune of the Calvados département in France

In mathematics:

  • Claude-Louis Mathieu (1783–1875), French mathematician and astronomer
  • Émile Léonard Mathieu (1835–1890), French mathematician
    • Mathieu function, special function useful for treating a variety of interesting problems in applied mathematics
    • Mathieu transformation, subgroup of canonical transformations in classical mechanics.
    • Mathieu groups, a family of five sporadic simple groups

In sports:

  • Mathieu Biron (born 1980), Canadian hockey defenceman
  • Mathieu Bois (born 1988), Canadian breaststroke swimmer
  • Mathieu Flamini (born 1984), French football player currently playing for A.C. Milan in Italy
  • Jérémy Mathieu (born 1983), French football player currently playing for Valencia CF in Spain
  • Maurice Mathieu, French badminton player
  • Paul-Henri Mathieu (born 1982), French tennis player
  • Simone Mathieu (1908–1980), French tennis player
  • Tyrann Mathieu (born 1992), American football player formerly played for the LSU Tigers.
  • Mathieu Montcourt (1985-2009), French tennis player
  • Mathieu Schneider (born 1969), American hockey defenseman
  • Mathieu Valbuena (born 1984), French football player currently playing for Marseille in France

In other fields:

  • Mathieu Kérékou (born 1933), President of Benin from 1972 to 1991 and again from 1996 to 2006
  • André Mathieu (1929–1968), Canadian pianist and composer
  • David-Maurice-Joseph Mathieu de La Redorte (1768–1833), French general of the Napoleonic era
  • Gail D. Mathieu, former United States ambassador to Namibia
  • Georges Mathieu (1921–2012), French painter
  • Marc-Antoine Mathieu, comic book author and winner of the Prix de la critique
  • Michel Mathieu (Canadian politician) (1838-1916), Canadian politician
  • Mireille Mathieu (born 1946), French singer
  • W. A. Mathieu (born 1937), composer, musician, and educator
  • Mathieu Orfila (1787–1853), Spanish-born French toxicologist and chemist

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