The Mathematics Genealogy Project

Linked with Harry B. Coonce – USA, and with Family Tree for Mathematic Scholars.
The goal of the Mathematics Genealogy Project is to compile information about all of the mathematicians in the world and make the information available online. Nearly 97,000 mathematicians’ names are currently included in a searchable database … Also included for each entry are the mathematician’s dissertation title and advisor (”parent”), doctorate-granting institution, and the names of the mathematician’s own graduate students (”descendants”). (full text).

Extrema (top 50 advisors);
Links (math websites);
FAQs;
Posters;
Address: Mathematics Genealogy Project, North Dakota State University, P. O. Box 5075, Fargo, North Dakota 58105-5075;
Data Submission by our website;
To send data to the Mathematics Genealogy Project in paper form, please use the following address: Harry B. Coonce, The Mathematics Genealogy Project, P. O. Box 457, Vernon Center, MN 56090;
Contact.

About/Mission: The intent of this project is to compile information about ALL the mathematicians of the world. We earnestly solicit information from all schools who participate in the development of research level mathematics and from all individuals who may know desired information.

Please notice: Throughout this project when we use the word “mathematics” or “mathematician” we mean that word in a very inclusive sense. Thus, all relevant data from statistics, or computer science or operations research is welcome … (full text).

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