David Eisenbud

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Ph.D. The University of Chicago 1970 UnitedStates
Dissertation: Torsion Modules over Dedekind Prime Rings
Mathematics Subject Classification: 14—Algebraic geometry

Advisor 1: Saunders Mac Lane
Advisor 2: James Christopher Robson

Students:
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NameSchoolYearDescendants
Al-Aidroos, JameelUniversity of California, Berkeley2008
Ascenzi, Maria-GrazieBrandeis University1985
Boocher, AdamUniversity of California, Berkeley2013
Brown, MorganUniversity of California, Berkeley2012
Bruno, AndreaBrandeis University1999
Erman, DanielUniversity of California, Berkeley2010
Fong, Lung-YingBrandeis University1991
Gallego Rodrigo, FranciscoBrandeis University19961
Giaimo, DanielUniversity of California, Berkeley2004
Gokhale, JyotsnaBrandeis University1986
Huneke, CraigYale University197843
Johnson, MichaelBrandeis University1994
Kirkup, GeorgeUniversity of California, Berkeley2004
Knight, KarlBrandeis University1983
Lam, NgauBrandeis University1991
Lyubeznik, GennadyColumbia University19849
Mehta, VikramUniversity of California, Berkeley1976
Mustata, MirceaUniversity of California, Berkeley20017
Pardue, KeithBrandeis University1994
Park, Sung-WonBrandeis University1990
Peeva, IrenaBrandeis University19954
Purnaprajna, BangereBrandeis University1996
Raicu, ClaudiuUniversity of California, Berkeley2011
Schreyer, Frank-OlafBrandeis University198316
Schwartau, PhillipBrandeis University1982
Serrano-GarcĂ­a, FernandoBrandeis University19854
Sheets, RonaldBrandeis University1974
Shukla, PradeepBrandeis University1986
Smith, GregoryUniversity of California, Berkeley20011
Tsai, HarrisonUniversity of California, Berkeley2000
Vu, ThanhUniversity of California, Berkeley2014

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