The Mathematics Genealogy Project
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Thank you for submitting data to the Mathematics Genealogy Project. Before submitting data, please search the database to determine if we have any data on the person you are providing information on. If the mathematician is in our database, please use the link on the bottom of his/her page to correct or add to the data. This form will already be filled in with the data that we have at this point. If you wish to submit new data, please use the new data form.


We receive new data every day so please understand if what you have sent to us does not appear online right away. The actual on-line database is only updated periodically. Moreover, it takes a few days to process your data. Thus, if you submitted your data later than two days before the date shown for the update, PLEASE, be patient. Do not resubmit the information. If you have a correction, please send e-mail to the address below. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

To send data to the Mathematics Genealogy Project in paper form, please use the following address:

      Harry B. Coonce
      The Mathematics Genealogy Project
      P. O. Box 457
      Vernon Center, MN 56090

If you have any additional information that may be helpful to us please send it to

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The Mathematics Genealogy Project is a service of the Department of Mathematics, North Dakota State University.

Supported in part by a grant from The Clay Mathematics Institute.

The genealogy project is in need of funds to help pay for student help and such. If you would like to contribute to this cause please send your tax-deductible contribution to:

Mathematics Genealogy Project
300 Minard Hall
P. O. Box 5075
Fargo, North Dakota 58105-5075

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