Philip Hall

Biography MathSciNet


M.A. University of Cambridge 1926 UnitedKingdom
Dissertation: The Isomorphisms of Abelian Groups (Hall never actually met Burnside but was greatly influenced by Burnside's Writings, see McTutuor, hbc)

Advisor: Karl Pearson

Students:
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NameSchoolYearDescendants
Anson, J.University of Cambridge
Armstrong, R.University of Cambridge1959
Birkhoff, GarrettHarvard University19321032
Blackburn, NormanUniversity of Cambridge195726
Cohn, PaulUniversity of Cambridge195265
Coppel, WilliamUniversity of Cambridge9
Duguid, A.University of Cambridge1958
Easterfield, ThomasUniversity of Cambridge1940
Evans, TrevorUniversity of Oxford196041
Findlay, G.University of Cambridge1958
Goldie, AlfredUniversity of Cambridge1946271
Green, JamesUniversity of Cambridge195185
Gruenberg, KarlUniversity of Cambridge195435
Hale, V.University of Cambridge1952
Harris, D.University of Cambridge
Hartley, BrianUniversity of Cambridge1964106
Higgins, PhilipUniversity of Cambridge195419
Hirsch, KurtUniversity of Cambridge1937140
Hughes, N.University of Cambridge1952
Kulatilaka, C.University of Cambridge
Learner, ArnoldUniversity of Cambridge1961
McLain, D.University of Cambridge1956
Neumann, BernhardUniversity of Cambridge1935332
Rae, A.University of Cambridge
Rees, DavidUniversity of Cambridge87
Rhemtulla, AkbarUniversity of Cambridge6
Rigby, J.University of Cambridge1958
Robinson, DerekUniversity of Cambridge196316
Roseblade, JamesUniversity of Cambridge196345
Stonehewer, StewartUniversity of Cambridge196476
Stroud, P.University of Cambridge
Taunt, DerekUniversity of Cambridge168
Thurston, H.University of Cambridge
Weir, A.University of Cambridge1954

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