Richard Melvin Schoen

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Ph.D. Stanford University 1977 UnitedStates
Dissertation: Existence and Regularity Theorems for some Geometric Variational Problems

Advisor 1: Leon M. Simon
Advisor 2: Shing-Tung Yau

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Hubert BrayStanford University19977
Adrian ButscherStanford University2000
Alessandro CarlottoStanford University2014
Jingyi ChenStanford University19922
Jaigyoung ChoeUniversity of California, Berkeley19867
Zachary CohnStanford University2009
Justin CorvinoStanford University2000
Michael EichmairStanford University20081
Jose EscobarUniversity of California, Berkeley198613
Frederick FongStanford University2012
Ailana FraserStanford University19981
Chad GroftStanford University2007
Michel GruenebergStanford University2004
Lan-Hsuan HuangStanford University2009
William JagyUniversity of California, Berkeley1988
Nikolaos KapouleasUniversity of California, Berkeley19882
Robert KusnerUniversity of California, Berkeley19888
Dan LeeStanford University2005
Yng-Ing LeeStanford University19922
Martin LiStanford University2011
Guojun LiaoUniversity of California, Berkeley19857
Chikako MeseStanford University19963
Pengzi MiaoStanford University20031
Mario MicallefNew York University198317
William Minicozzi, IIStanford University199414
Andre NevesStanford University20051
Daniel PollackStanford University19913
Weiyang QiuStanford University2002
Fernando SchwartzCornell University2005
Ying ShenStanford University1992
Nathan SmaleUniversity of California, Berkeley1987
Xiaofeng SunStanford University20011
Tom WanStanford University1991
Xiaodong WangStanford University2001
Sumio YamadaStanford University19961
Yu YanStanford University2004
Dong ZhangStanford University1990
Xin ZhouStanford University2013

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