Monday, 4 July 2011

Mathematics Genealogy Project.

Although, legitimately, I can only trace mine back to 1885 to Roland Weitzenbock, a polish mathematician, who worked on invariant theory and corresponded with Albert Einstein over the unified field theory. Roland did teach Otakar Boruvka, who can be traced right back to such great names as Gauss, Euler and Bernoulli.

Below is my mathematical genealogy. For an actual readable version, click on on the picture to go to the high resolution version on Picasa.

If you're interested in discovering your own mathematical genealogy. Go to for a fully searchable interface.

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