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Mathematicians

There are sixty-six Mathematicians called George.

  • George Pólya

    George Pólya is a Mathematician... ( from the wikipedia article on George Pólya)

  • George Dantzig

    George Dantzig is a Mathematician... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on George Dantzig)

  • George Boole

    George Boole is a Mathematician... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on George Boole)

  • George Gallup

    George Horace Gallup (November 18, 1901 – July 26, 1984) was an American pioneer of survey sampling techniques and inventor of the Gallup poll, a successful statistical method of survey sampling for measuring public opinion.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on George Gallup)

  • George Biddell Airy

    George Biddell Airy is a Mathematician... (abstract from the wikipedia article on George Biddell Airy)

  • George Peacock

    George Peacock is a Mathematician... (abstract from the wikipedia article on George Peacock)

  • Sir George Stokes, 1st Baronet

    Sir George Stokes, 1st Baronet is a Mathematician... ( from the wikipedia article on Sir George Stokes, 1st Baronet)

  • George Green

    George Green is a Mathematician... (abstract from the wikipedia article on George Green)

  • George Chalmers

    George Chalmers (1742 – May 31, 1825) was a Scottish antiquarian and political writer.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on George Chalmers)

  • George Boolos

    George Boolos is a Mathematician... (extract from the wikipedia article on George Boolos)

  • George Woltman

    George Woltman (born November 10, 1957) is the founder of the Great Internet Mersenne Prime Search (GIMPS), a distributed computing project researching Mersenne prime numbers using his software Prime95 and MPrime. He graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) with degrees in computer science.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on George Woltman)

  • George William Hill

    George William Hill (March 3, 1838 – April 16, 1914), was a U.S.... (extract from the wikipedia article on George William Hill)

  • George Atwood

    George Atwood (October 1745 – 11 July 1807) was an English mathematician who invented a machine for illustrating the effects of Newton's first law of motion. He was also a renowned chess player whose skill for recording many games of his own and of other players, including François-André Danican Philidor, the leading master of his time, left a valuable historical record for future generations.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on George Atwood)

  • John George Kemeny

    John George Kemeny () (May 31, 1926, Budapest – December 26, 1992, New Hampshire), was a Hungarian American mathematician, computer scientist, and educator best known for co-developing the BASIC programming language in 1964 with Thomas E. Kurtz.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John George Kemeny)

  • George Salmon

    George Salmon is a Mathematician... ( from the wikipedia article on George Salmon)

  • George Darwin

    George Darwin is a Mathematician... ( from the wikipedia article on George Darwin)

  • George R. Price

    George R. Price (1922 – January 6, 1975) was an American population geneticist.... ( from the wikipedia article on George R. Price)

  • George David Birkhoff

    George David Birkhoff (21 March 1884, Overisel, Michigan – 12 November 1944, Cambridge, Massachusetts) was an American mathematician, best known for what is now called the ergodic theorem. Birkhoff was one of the most important leaders in American mathematics in his generation, and during his prime he was considered by many to be the preeminent American mathematician.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on George David Birkhoff)

  • George Ellis

    George Ellis is a Mathematician... ( from the wikipedia article on George Ellis)

  • William George Horner

    William George Horner (1786 – 22 September 1837) was a British mathematician who was born in Bristol England and died in Bath England. He invented the zoetrope in 1834.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on William George Horner)

  • George Darley

    George Darley (1795–1846) was an Irish poet, novelist, and critic.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on George Darley)

  • George W. Snedecor

    George Waddel Snedecor (October 20, 1881 – February 15, 1974) was an American mathematician and statistician. He contributed to the foundations of analysis of variance, data analysis, experimental design, and statistical methodology.... (extract from the wikipedia article on George W. Snedecor)

  • George Barker Jeffery

    George Barker Jeffery (9 May 1891 – 27 April 1957) was a leading mathematical physicist in the early twentieth century. He is probably best known to the scientifically literate public as the translator of papers by Einstein, Lorentz, and other fathers of relativity theory (see citations below).... ( from the wikipedia article on George Barker Jeffery)

  • George Batchelor

    George Batchelor is a Mathematician... (extract from the wikipedia article on George Batchelor)

  • George Adomian

    George Adomian (March 21, 1922 – 1996) was the American mathematician who developed the Adomian decomposition method (ADM) for solving nonlinear differential equations, both ordinary and partial. The method is explained, among other places, in his book "Solving Frontier Problems in Physics: The Decomposition Method" (Kluwer, Dordrecht, 2004).... ( from the wikipedia article on George Adomian)

  • George Marsaglia

    George Marsaglia is a mathematician and computer scientist. He is perhaps best known for establishing the lattice structureG.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on George Marsaglia)

  • George Szekeres

    George Szekeres is a Mathematician... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on George Szekeres)

  • George Frederick James Temple

    Dom George Frederick James Temple OSB (born 2 December 1901, London; died 30 January 1992, Isle of Wight) was an English mathematician, recipient of the Sylvester Medal in 1969. He was President of the London Mathematical Society in the years 1951-1953.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on George Frederick James Temple)

  • George Fix

    George J. Fix (1939 - 2002) was an American mathematician who published (with Gilbert Strang) An Analysis of The Finite Element Method in 1973.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on George Fix)

  • George E. P. Box

    George Edward Pelham Box (born 18 October, 1919) is a statistician, who has made important contributions to the areas of quality control, time series analysis, design of experiments and Bayesian inference.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on George E. P. Box)

  • George Lusztig

    George (Gheorghe) Lusztig (born 1946) is a Romanian-born American mathematician. He is the Abdun Nur Professor at MIT; from 1999-2009 he was a Norbert Wiener Professor at the Department of Mathematics there.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on George Lusztig)

  • George Alfred Barnard

    George Alfred Barnard (September 23, 1915 – August 9, 2002) was a British statistician known particularly for his work on the foundations of statistics and on quality control.... ( from the wikipedia article on George Alfred Barnard)

  • George Andrews (mathematician)

    George Eyre Andrews (born December 4, 1938 in Salem, Oregon) is an American mathematician working in analysis and combinatorics. He is currently an Evan Pugh Professor of Mathematics at Pennsylvania State University.... (extract from the wikipedia article on George Andrews (mathematician))

  • George F. Carrier

    George Francis Carrier (1918 – March 8, 2002) was a mathematician and the T. Jefferson Coolidge Professor of Applied Mathematics Emeritus of Harvard University.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on George F. Carrier)

  • George G. Hall

    George Garfield Hall (born March 5, 1925), is an applied mathematician and scientist of distinction, known for original work and contributions to the field of Quantum chemistry.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on George G. Hall)

  • David George Kendall

    David George Kendall is a Mathematician... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on David George Kendall)

  • George Wollaston

    George Wollaston (1738-1828) was English. He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1763.... ( from the wikipedia article on George Wollaston)

  • George Lane

    George Lane (born 1964 ) is a British "mental calculator" and author. He is a three-times world champion and one of only three Grandmasters of Mental Calculation, as recognised by the Mind Sports Organisation.... (extract from the wikipedia article on George Lane)

  • George Handley Knibbs

    Sir George Handley "The Knibb" Knibbs CMG (13 June 1858 – 30 March 1929)Bambrick, S. 'Knibbs, Sir George Handley (1858 - 1929)'.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on George Handley Knibbs)

  • George Paine (civil servant)

    George Paine (civil servant) is a Mathematician... (extract from the wikipedia article on George Paine (civil servant))

  • George H. Bryan

    George Hartley Bryan (1864 – 1928), generally referred to in technical literature as G. H.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on George H. Bryan)

  • Sir George Shuckburgh-Evelyn, 6th Baronet

    Sir George Augustus William Shuckburgh-Evelyn, 6th Baronet (23 August 1751 – 11 August 1804) was an English politician, mathematician and astronomer.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Sir George Shuckburgh-Evelyn, 6th Baronet)

  • George B. Thomas

    George Brinton Thomas (January 11, 1914 – October 31, 2006) was a professor of mathematics at MIT. He is best known for being the author of a widely-used calculus textbook.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on George B. Thomas)

  • George Butler (headmaster)

    George Butler (1774–1853) was an English schoolmaster and divine, headmaster of Harrow School from 1805 to 1829.... ( from the wikipedia article on George Butler (headmaster))

  • George Jerrard

    George Birch Jerrard (1804 – 1863) was a British mathematician.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on George Jerrard)

  • George W. Hart

    George W. Hart is a Mathematician... (extract from the wikipedia article on George W. Hart)

  • George Parker Bidder

    George Parker Bidder is a Mathematician... (extract from the wikipedia article on George Parker Bidder)

  • George Glauberman

    George Glauberman (b. 1941, New York City) is a mathematician at the University of Chicago who works on finite simple groups.... (extract from the wikipedia article on George Glauberman)

  • Alfred George Greenhill

    Sir (Alfred) George Greenhill, F.R.... ( from the wikipedia article on Alfred George Greenhill)

  • George Pretyman Tomline

    George Pretyman Tomline is a Mathematician... (abstract from the wikipedia article on George Pretyman Tomline)

  • George W. Whitehead

    George William Whitehead, Jr. (August 2, 1918 – April 12, 2004) was a professor of mathematics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, a member of the United States National Academy of Sciences, and a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on George W. Whitehead)

  • George Chrystal

    George Chrystal is a Mathematician... ( from the wikipedia article on George Chrystal)

  • George Piranian

    George Piranian (May 2, 1914 - August 31, 2009), born in Thalwil outside Zürich, Switzerland, was a Swiss-American mathematician. Piranian was internationally known for his research in complex analysis, his association with Paul Erdős, and his editing of the Michigan Mathematical Journal.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on George Piranian)

  • George Henry Wood (statistician)

    George Henry Wood (1874-1945) was a labour statistician who was a student of and worked with Arthur Bowley. From 1907 he was the Secretary for the Huddersfield and District Woollen Manufacturers and Spinners Association.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on George Henry Wood (statistician))

  • George Henry Law

    George Henry Law (12 September 1761 – 22 September 1845) was the Bishop of Chester (1812) and then, from 1824, Bishop of Bath and Wells. He was the son of Edmund Law, Bishop of Carlisle.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on George Henry Law)

  • George Ballard Mathews

    George Ballard Mathews (February 23, 1861 — March 19, 1922) was an English mathematician who specialized in number theory. After receiving his degree (as Senior Wrangler) from St John's College, Cambridge in 1883, he was elected a Fellow of St John's College.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on George Ballard Mathews)

  • George Mostow

    George Mostow (full name: George Daniel Mostow) is an American mathematician, a member of the National Academy of Sciences, professor emeritus of Yale University, the 49th President of the American Mathematical Society (1987–1988), and long-time member of the Board of Directors of the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, NJ, who is renowned for his contributions to Lie theory. In 1993 he was awarded the AMS Leroy P.... ( from the wikipedia article on George Mostow)

  • George Abram Miller

    George Abram Miller (31 July 1863 – 10 February 1951) was an early group theorist whose many papers and texts were considered important by his contemporaries, but are now mostly considered only of historical importance.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on George Abram Miller)

  • George A. Bekey

    George A. Bekey is a renown American roboticist and the Professor Emeritus of Computer Science, Electrical Engineering and Biomedical Engineering at the University of Southern California.... ( from the wikipedia article on George A. Bekey)

  • George Adolphus Schott

    George Adolphus Schott (also referenced as George Augustus Schott) (1868 – 15 July 1937) was a British mathematician. He is best known for developing the full theory of radiation from electrons travelling at close to the speed of light.... ( from the wikipedia article on George Adolphus Schott)

  • George Skerry

    George Edward Skerry was a mathematician and publisher of commercial arithmetic texts. In 1878 Skerry's College, Edinburgh, was founded.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on George Skerry)

  • George Sinclair (professor)

    George Sinclair (Sinclar) (d. 1696) was a Scottish mathematician, engineer and demonologist.... (extract from the wikipedia article on George Sinclair (professor))

  • George Brown (inventor)

    George Brown (1650–1730) was a Scottish arithmetician, and inventor of two incomplete mechanical calculating machines now kept at the National Museum of Scotland. In 1698 he was granted a patent for his mechanical calculating device.... (extract from the wikipedia article on George Brown (inventor))

  • George C. Papanicolaou

    George C. Papanicolaou (born January 23, 1943) is an American mathematician who specializes in applied and computational mathematics, partial differential equations, and stochastic processes.... (extract from the wikipedia article on George C. Papanicolaou)

  • George James Lidstone

    George James Lidstone (11 December 1870, London, England – 12 May 1952, Edinburgh, Scotland) was a British actuary who made several contributions to the field of statistics. He is known for Lidstone smoothing and Lidstone series.... (extract from the wikipedia article on George James Lidstone)

  • George Walker (Presbyterian)

    George Walker (1734?–1807) was a versatile English dissenter, known as a mathematician, theologian, Fellow of the Royal Society, and activist.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on George Walker (Presbyterian))

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