Bei-Lok Hu

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Ph.D. Princeton University 1972 UnitedStates
Dissertation: Scalar waves and Tensor Perturbations in the Mixmaster Universe
Mathematics Subject Classification: 83—Relativity and gravitational theory

Advisor 1: John Archibald Wheeler
Advisor 2: Tullio Regge

Students:
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NameSchoolYearDescendants
Behunin, RyanUniversity of Maryland College Park2010
Camporesi, RobertoUniversity of Maryland College Park1991
Cumming, NickUniversity of Maryland College Park2008
Eftekharzadeh, ArdeshirUniversity of Maryland College Park2007
Fleming, ChrisUniversity of Maryland College Park2008
Galley, ChadUniversity of Maryland College Park2007
Habib, SalmanUniversity of Maryland College Park19882
Ho, Kwan-YuetUniversity of Maryland College Park2012
Hu, AnziUniversity of Maryland College Park2008
Johnson, PhillipUniversity of Maryland College Park1999
Matacz, AndrewUniversity of Adelaide19941
O'Connor, DenjoeUniversity of Maryland College Park19851
Phillips, NicholasUniversity of Maryland College Park1999
Pupillo, GuidoUniversity of Maryland College Park2005
Ramsey, StephenUniversity of Maryland College Park1997
Raval, AlpanUniversity of Maryland College Park19962
Rey, Ana MariaUniversity of Maryland College Park2004
Shen, Tsung-ChenUniversity of Maryland College Park1985
Shiokawa, KazutomuUniversity of Maryland College Park1998
Shresta, SanjivUniversity of Maryland College Park2003
Sinha, KanupriyaUniversity of Maryland College Park2015
Sinha, SukanyaUniversity of Maryland College Park1991
Skinner, AndrewUniversity of Maryland College Park2006
Sprouse, ChadUniversity of Maryland College Park2010
Stephens, ChristopherUniversity of Maryland College Park1986
Stephens, GregoryUniversity of Maryland College Park2000
Stylianapoulos, ArisUniversity of Maryland College Park1990
Subasi, YigitUniversity of Maryland College Park2013
Zhang, YuhongUniversity of Maryland College Park1990

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