Kurt O. Friedrichs

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Ph.D. Georg-August-Universität Göttingen 1925 Germany
Dissertation: Die Randwert- und Eigenwertprobleme aus der Theorie der elastischen Platten

Advisor: Richard Courant

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NameSchoolYearDescendants
Bernard AltshulerNew York University1953
Howard BergmanNew York University1949
Jerome BerkowitzNew York University1953
Salvatore BernardiNew York University1951
Ihor BohachefskyNew York University1961
Paul BrockNew York University1951
Fernando CardosoNew York University196812
John Chia-Kun ChuNew York University19595
Solomon CiolkowskiNew York University1955
Philip CoopermanNew York University1951
Siefried GoldnerNew York University19498
Saul Hahn-GoldbergNew York University1974
Jan Raphael H√łegh-KrohnNew York University196610
Eugene IsaacsonNew York University194949
John KnudsenNew York University1951
Herbert KurssNew York University19577
Peter LaxNew York University1949513
Morris LevensonNew York University1948
Stanley LockeNew York University1960
Joseph MilkmanNew York University1951
Cathleen MorawetzNew York University195116
James NewmanNew York University1969
Milton PereraNew York University1948
Joel PincusNew York University195912
Peter RejtoNew York University19594
Leonard SarasonNew York University1961
Thomas SeidmanNew York University19596
Daniel SlotnickNew York University19574
Michael SormaniNew York University1971
Karl StellmacherGeorg-August-Universität Göttingen19352
Martin SternNew York University1954
James ThurberNew York University19617
Robert TurnerNew York University19637
Remi VaillancourtNew York University196911
Wolfgang WasowNew York University194245
Morris YachterNew York University1952

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