Edward Norton Lorenz

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Sc.D. Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1948 UnitedStates
Dissertation: A Method of Applying the Hydrodynamic and Thermodynamic Equations to Atmospheric Models
Mathematics Subject Classification: 80—Classical thermodynamics, heat transfer

Advisor: James Murdoch Austin

Students:
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NameSchoolYearDescendants
Bryan, Jr., KirkMassachusetts Institute of Technology1957
Cooley, DuaneMassachusetts Institute of Technology1959
Derrickson, Jr., RobertMassachusetts Institute of Technology1964
DeVorkin, DonaldMassachusetts Institute of Technology1963
Errico, RonaldMassachusetts Institute of Technology1980
Gammill, RobertMassachusetts Institute of Technology1969
Ho, LinMassachusetts Institute of Technology1982
Hoffman, RossMassachusetts Institute of Technology1980
Krishnamurthy, VenkataramanaiahMassachusetts Institute of Technology1985
Mount, WayneMassachusetts Institute of Technology1958
Peng, LiMassachusetts Institute of Technology1965
Perrie, WilliamMassachusetts Institute of Technology1980
Roads, JohnMassachusetts Institute of Technology1977
Robock, AlanMassachusetts Institute of Technology1977
Salstein, DavidMassachusetts Institute of Technology1976
Schulman, LloydMassachusetts Institute of Technology1974
Sellers, WilliamMassachusetts Institute of Technology1957
Stackpole, JohnMassachusetts Institute of Technology1964
Trenberth, KevinMassachusetts Institute of Technology1972
Ward, Jr., FrederickMassachusetts Institute of Technology1957
Williamson, DavidMassachusetts Institute of Technology1969
Young, JohnMassachusetts Institute of Technology1966

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