Kurt Otto Friedrichs

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Ph.D. Georg-August-Universität Göttingen 1925 Germany
Dissertation: Die Randwert- und Eigenwertprobleme aus der Theorie der elastischen Platten

Advisor: Richard Courant

Students:
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NameSchoolYearDescendants
Abramowitz, MiltonNew York University1948
Altshuler, BernardNew York University1953
Bergman, HowardNew York University1949
Berkowitz, JeromeNew York University1953
Bernardi, SalvatoreNew York University1951
Bohachefsky, IhorNew York University1961
Brock, PaulNew York University1951
Cardoso, FernandoNew York University196815
Chu, John Chia-KunNew York University19598
Ciolkowski, SolomonNew York University1955
Cooperman, PhilipNew York University1951
Goldner, SiefriedNew York University19498
Hahn-Goldberg, SaulNew York University1974
H√łegh-Krohn, Jan RaphaelNew York University196615
Isaacson, EugeneNew York University194954
Knudsen, JohnNew York University1951
Kurss, HerbertNew York University19577
Lax, PeterNew York University1949592
Levenson, MorrisNew York University1948
Locke, StanleyNew York University1960
Milkman, JosephNew York University1951
Morawetz, CathleenNew York University195124
Newman, JamesNew York University1969
Pincus, JoelNew York University195914
Rejto, PeterNew York University19594
Sarason, LeonardNew York University1961
Seidman, ThomasNew York University19597
Slotnick, DanielNew York University19575
Sormani, MichaelNew York University1971
Stellmacher, KarlGeorg-August-Universität Göttingen19352
Stern, MartinNew York University1954
Thurber, JamesNew York University19617
Turner, RobertNew York University19638
Vaillancourt, RemiNew York University196911
Wasow, WolfgangNew York University194246
Yachter, MorrisNew York University1952

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