James Johnston Stoker

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Ph.D. ETH Zürich 1936 Switzerland
Dissertation: Ueber die Gestalt der positiv gekrümmten offenen Flächen im dreidimensionalen Raume.

Advisor 1: Heinz Hopf
Advisor 2: George (György) Pólya

Students:
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NameSchoolYearDescendants
Lubkin, SamuelNew York University1939
Eckweiler, HowardNew York University1943
Dressler, RobertNew York University1949
Lowell, ShermanNew York University1949
Nirenberg, LouisNew York University1949438
Van Heijenoort, John [Jean]New York University194916
Bromberg, EleazerNew York University19501
Fifer, StanleyNew York University1950
Kolodner, IgnaceNew York University195012
Evans, GeorgeNew York University1951
Pohle, FrederickNew York University19512
Fleishman, BernardNew York University19522
Hirsch, WarrenNew York University19526
Rubin, HananNew York University1953
Yanowitch, MichaelNew York University19536
Booth, GeorgeNew York University1956
Jordan, MeyerNew York University1956
Rose, NicholasNew York University19569
Spinelli, RobertNew York University1956
Fife, PaulNew York University195923
Kuby, GeorgeNew York University1963
Dickey, R. WayneNew York University19654
Ansjar, MuhammadNew York University1966
Wolkowisky, JayNew York University1966
Puri, KewalNew York University1967
Folguera, HugoNew York University1969
Steinberg, HowardNew York University1969
Turim, JayNew York University1969
Vogel, JohnNew York University1969
Chen, Li-chiehNew York University1970
Turkel, EliNew York University19709
Finizio, NormanNew York University19726
Grube, GeraldNew York University1972
Hoitsma, DavidNew York University1973
Pan, EnlinNew York University1975
Tsuji, MichaelNew York University1975
Anand, KailashNew York University1980

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