Simon Kirwan Donaldson

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D.Phil. University of Oxford 1983 UnitedKingdom
Dissertation: The Yang-Mills Equations on Kähler Manifolds

Advisor 1: Michael Francis Atiyah
Advisor 2: Nigel James Hitchin

Students:
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NameSchoolYearDescendants
Darren BanfieldUniversity of Oxford1996
Michael ButtlerUniversity of Oxford1999
S.-H. ChoyUniversity of Oxford2000
Vin de SilvaUniversity of Oxford1999
Joel FineUniversity of London2003
Kim FrøyshovUniversity of Oxford1995
Christian GantzUniversity of Oxford1996
Oscar Garcia-PradaUniversity of Oxford19917
Partha GuhaUniversity of Oxford1994
G.-Y. GuoUniversity of Oxford1994
Stuart HallUniversity of London2011
Thomas HodgeUniversity of London2005
Ying-Ji HongUniversity of Oxford1996
Marcos JardimUniversity of Oxford19992
Stuart JarvisUniversity of Oxford1994
Dominic JoyceUniversity of Oxford19928
Alastair KingUniversity of Oxford19893
Dieter KotschickUniversity of Oxford19898
Alexei KovalevUniversity of Oxford19951
Raymond LeungUniversity of Oxford1995
Antony MaciociaUniversity of Oxford19915
Shaun MartinUniversity of Oxford1997
Kai-Cheung MongUniversity of Oxford1988
Vicente MuñozUniversity of Oxford19973
Emile NasatyrUniversity of Oxford1991
Graham NelsonUniversity of Oxford1994
Timothy PerutzUniversity of London2005
Daniel PonsUniversity of London2002
Aleksis RazaUniversity of London2004
Julius RossUniversity of London2004
Henrique Sá EarpImperial College London2009
Pavle SaksidaUniversity of Oxford19941
Paul SeidelUniversity of Oxford19978
Matthew SelbyUniversity of Oxford1997
Alan SheppardUniversity of Oxford1994
Ivan SmithUniversity of Oxford19994
Cristiano SpottiImperial College London2012
Gabor SzekelyhidiUniversity of London2006
Michael ThaddeusUniversity of Oxford19926
Richard ThomasUniversity of Oxford19976
Thomas WalpuskiImperial College London2013
Shuguang WangUniversity of Oxford19911
Dominic WrightUniversity of London2009

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