Gerald Enoch Sacks

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Ph.D. Cornell University 1961 UnitedStates
Dissertation: On Suborderings of Degrees of Recursive Insolvability

Advisor: John Barkley Rosser

Students:
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NameSchoolYearDescendants
Nathanael AckermanMassachusetts Institute of Technology2006
Colin BaileyHarvard University1984
Lenore BlumMassachusetts Institute of Technology1968
Alice ChanMassachusetts Institute of Technology2006
David DorerMassachusetts Institute of Technology1979
Graham Driscoll, Jr.Cornell University1965
Cameron FreerHarvard University2008
Harvey FriedmanMassachusetts Institute of Technology196713
Sy FriedmanMassachusetts Institute of Technology197616
Christina GoddardMassachusetts Institute of Technology2006
Edward GrifforMassachusetts Institute of Technology19802
Joseph HalpernHarvard University198136
Leo HarringtonMassachusetts Institute of Technology197374
Steven HomerMassachusetts Institute of Technology197829
Greg KirmayerMassachusetts Institute of Technology1979
Francis LowenthalMassachusetts Institute of Technology1974
Michael MachteyMassachusetts Institute of Technology1969
John MacIntyreMassachusetts Institute of Technology1968
David MacQueenMassachusetts Institute of Technology19721
Sherry MarcusMassachusetts Institute of Technology1993
James Owings, Jr.Cornell University196664
Robert RobinsonCornell University196649
John RosenthalMassachusetts Institute of Technology1968
Nevin ScrimshawMassachusetts Institute of Technology1985
Richard ShoreMassachusetts Institute of Technology197224
Stephen SimpsonMassachusetts Institute of Technology197141
Theodore SlamanHarvard University198114
Josef SukonickMassachusetts Institute of Technology1969
Steven ThomasonCornell University1966118
Jessica YoungMassachusetts Institute of Technology2001

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