Thomas Gordon Kurtz

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Ph.D. Stanford University 1967 UnitedStates
Dissertation: Convergence of Operator Semigroups with Applications to Markov Processes

Advisor: James L. McGregor

Students:
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NameSchoolYearDescendants
Blount, DouglasUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison1987
Buhr, KevinUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison2002
Cho, NhansookUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison1994
Costantini, CristinaUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison19871
Dougherty, AnneUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison19941
Ethier, StewartUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison19753
Feng, JinUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison1996
Franklin, BradburyUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison2000
Ganguly, ArnabUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison2010
Garcia, JorgeUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison2002
Garcia, NancyUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison19934
Goggin, EimearUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison19881
Guettes, SabrinaUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison2010
Gupta, AnkitUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison2010
Ingenoso, MarcUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison1993
Johnson, DanielUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison1983
Kang, Hye WonUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison2008
Katzenberger, GaryUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison1990
Lee, YoonjungUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison2005
Li, Shun-HwaUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison1999
Pierson, HarryUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison1976
Qi, XinUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison2007
Solomon, WiremuUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison19851
Stockbridge, RichardUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison19876
Temple, KathrynUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison2005
Wang, FrankUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison1973
Watkins, III, JosephUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison19826
Wu, ZhengxiaoUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison20071
Zeng, YongUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison19991

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