Charles William Misner

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Ph.D. Princeton University 1957 UnitedStates
Dissertation: Outline of Feynman Quantization of General Relativity; Derivation of Field Equations; Vanishing of The Hamiltonian
Mathematics Subject Classification: 83—Relativity and gravitational theory

Advisor 1: John Archibald Wheeler
Advisor 2: Arnold Ephraim Ross

Students:
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NameSchoolYearDescendants
Baierlein, RalphPrinceton University1962
Berger, BeverlyUniversity of Maryland College Park1972
Brans, CarlPrinceton University19611
Breuer, ReinhardBayerische Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg1973
Chitre, D.University of Maryland College Park1972
Chrzanowski, PaulUniversity of Maryland College Park1973
Fishbone, LeslieUniversity of Maryland College Park1972
Fiske, DavidUniversity of Maryland College Park2004
Hernandez, Jr., WalterUniversity of Maryland College Park1966
Hiscock, WilliamUniversity of Maryland College Park1979
Honan, TerrenceUniversity of Maryland College Park1986
Isaacson, RichardUniversity of Maryland College Park1967
Isenberg, JamesUniversity of Maryland College Park19798
Maitra, SamareshUniversity of Maryland College Park1968
Matzner, RichardUniversity of Maryland College Park19678
Moncrief, VincentUniversity of Maryland College Park19727
Nester, JamesUniversity of Maryland College Park19773
Oakes, MichaelUniversity of Cambridge1969
Ryan, Jr., MichaelUniversity of Maryland College Park1970
Schiff, ConradUniversity of Maryland College Park2005
Shepley, LawrencePrinceton University19652
Somers, MarkUniversity of Maryland College Park1986
Stephens, ChristopherUniversity of Maryland College Park1986
Vishveshwara, C.University of Maryland College Park1968

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