Stephen William Hawking

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Ph.D. University of Cambridge 1966 UnitedKingdom
Dissertation:
Mathematics Subject Classification: 83—Relativity and gravitational theory

Advisor: Dennis William Sciama

Students:
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NameSchoolYearDescendants
Bruce AllenUniversity of Cambridge198412
Raphael BoussoUniversity of Cambridge1997
Bernard CarrUniversity of Cambridge19759
Mike CassidyUniversity of Cambridge1997
Andrew ChamblinUniversity of Cambridge1997
Paul DavisUniversity of Cambridge2006
Peter D'EathUniversity of Cambridge19762
Fay DowkerUniversity of Cambridge1990
Friedel EppleUniversity of Cambridge
Mike FawcettUniversity of Cambridge1982
Christophe GalfardUniversity of Cambridge2006
Gary GibbonsUniversity of Cambridge197331
James GrantUniversity of Cambridge1994
Jonathan HalliwellUniversity of Cambridge19863
Justin HaywardUniversity of Cambridge1995
Thomas HertogUniversity of Cambridge2001
Christopher HunterUniversity of Cambridge1999
Raymond LaflammeUniversity of Cambridge19881
Alan LapedesUniversity of Cambridge1975
Daksh LohiyaUniversity of Cambridge1982
Julian LuttrellUniversity of Cambridge1984
Oisin MacConamhnaUniversity of Cambridge2005
Ricardo MonteiroUniversity of Cambridge2010
Ian MossUniversity of Cambridge19822
Don PageCalifornia Institute of Technology19765
Malcolm PerryUniversity of Cambridge197824
Christopher PopeUniversity of Cambridge19801
Tim PrestidgeUniversity of Cambridge1999
Chris PriorUniversity of Cambridge1975
GianPaolo ProcopioUniversity of Cambridge2007
Harvey ReallUniversity of Cambridge20011
Simon RossUniversity of Cambridge1996
Edward ShellardUniversity of Cambridge198613
Stephen SiklosUniversity of Cambridge1976
James SparksUniversity of Cambridge20022
Marika TaylorUniversity of Cambridge1999
Nicholas WarnerUniversity of Cambridge19822
Brian WhittUniversity of Cambridge1988
Zhong WuUniversity of Cambridge1984
Alan YuilleUniversity of Cambridge19813

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