For more information, see the
Mathematics Geneology Project.
Some Mathematical Siblings
For readers who are not academics, I should explain that I am not related
to any of these individuals, in the usual sense of blood relations. Rather,
everyone who receives a doctorate normally has an advisor for his or her
research. The list of "mathematical ancestors" simply traces this chain of
research advisors beginning with my advisor, J. Vaaler. So H. Diamond was
his advisor, and P. Cohen his advisor, etc. The second list shows several
of the Ph.D. students of my advisor, so they are my "mathematical siblings."
- Dan Abramson.
Barton, Birmingham-Southern College.
Boerkoel, DigiPen Institute of Technology.
- Edward B.
Burger, Williams College.
Carneiro, Institute for Advanced Study.
- Shey-Jey Chern.
- Kwok-Kwong Stephen
Choi, Simon Fraser University.
- Greg Dresden, Washington
& Lee University.
Fukshansky, Claremont McKenna College.
- John Garza, University of
- Alan Haynes,
University of York.
- Jeff Holt,
University of Virginia.
Kolitsch, University of Tennessee at Martin.
- Miguel Lerma,
- Syrous Marivani, Louisiana State
O'Leary, Seattle Pacific University.
- Alexander Pekker, Sage
- Clay Petsche,
City University of New York Graduate Center.
- Chris Pinner, Kansas
- Chris Sinclair,
University of Oregon.
- Thomas Struppeck, Longhorn Analytics.
- Michael Vose, University
of Tennessee at Knoxville.
Last updated June 14, 2010.