Peter Michael Neumann

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D.Phil. University of Oxford 1966 UnitedKingdom
Dissertation: A Study of Some Finite Permutation Groups
Mathematics Subject Classification: 20—Group theory and generalizations

Advisor: Graham Higman

Students:
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NameSchoolYearDescendants
Daniela AmatoUniversity of Oxford2006
J. Graham AtkinsonUniversity of Oxford1970
Michael AtkinsonUniversity of Oxford19705
Muhammed AuduUniversity of Oxford19835
Jane BamblettUniversity of Oxford1994
Gerhard BehrendtUniversity of Oxford1981
Meenaxi BhattacharjeeUniversity of Oxford19921
Prabir BhattacharyaUniversity of Oxford197914
Simon BlackburnUniversity of Oxford19928
John BritnellUniversity of Oxford2003
Peter BruynsUniversity of Oxford1986
Duncan BrydonUniversity of Oxford2001
Peter CameronUniversity of Oxford197177
John CookUniversity of Oxford1970
David CooperUniversity of Oxford1976
David EvansUniversity of Oxford19856
Catherine GreenhillUniversity of Oxford19961
Jia Lun HuangUniversity of Oxford2008
Gareth JonesUniversity of Oxford1971
Alan LangworthyUniversity of Oxford2001
Martin LiebeckUniversity of Oxford197921
Anthony McIsaacUniversity of Oxford1976
Annabelle McIverUniversity of Oxford19882
Susan McKayUniversity of Oxford197048
Colin McNabUniversity of Oxford1987
Rögnvaldur MöllerUniversity of Oxford1991
Ioannis PantelidakisUniversity of Oxford2004
Cheryl PraegerUniversity of Oxford197339
Denise RamsayUniversity of Oxford1990
Christian RonseUniversity of Oxford19799
Jan SaxlUniversity of Oxford197310
Graham SharpUniversity of Oxford1998
Simon SmithUniversity of Oxford2005
Andrew SpencerUniversity of Oxford2000
Julia TompsonUniversity of Oxford1993
J. Mary Tyrer-JonesUniversity of Oxford1971
Michael Vaughan-LeeUniversity of Oxford196812
Geetha VenkataramanUniversity of Oxford1993

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