Please find below my academic or intellectual legacy which can be represented as a genealogy tree. Note that it starts in the field of physics with Professor Barrett and then with Professor Sommerfeld moves to mathematics. The entire genealogy can be found through the Mathematics Genealogy Project, an excellent resource.
are part of this legacy.
My advisor was Professor Harrison H. Barrett, Ph.D. Harvard University.
Barrett’s advisor was Professor R. Victor Jones, Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley.
Jones’ advisor was Professor Carson D. Jeffries, Ph.D. Stanford University.
Jeffries’ advisor was Professor Felix Bloch, Nobel Laureate, Ph.D. University of Leipzig.
Bloch’s advisor was Professor Werner Karl Heisenberg, Nobel Laureate, Ph.D. University of Munich.
Heisenberg’s advisor was Professor Arnold Johannes Wilhelm Sommerfeld, Ph.D. University of Königsberg.
advisor was Professor
L. Ferdinand Lindemann, Ph.D.
Lindemann’s advisor was Professor Felix C. Klein, Ph.D. Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn.
When dissertation students had two advisors, both are listed.
Plücker’s advisor was Professor Christian Ludwig Gerling, Ph.D. Georg-August-Universität Göttingen.
Gerling’s advisor was Professor Carl Friedrich Gauß, Ph.D. Universität Helmstedt.
Lipschitz's advisors were Professor Gustav Peter Lejeune Dirichlet, honorary Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn, and Professor Martin Ohm, Dr. phil. Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg.
Poisson's and Fourier's advisor was Professor
This line continues with Euler, both Bernoulli's, and
For more information please see the Mathematics Genealogy Project.