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Vincenzo Brunacci
(see here),
born 1768.
Laurea, University of Pisa, 1788.
He supervised:
Antonio Bordoni, born 1788.
Laurea, University of Pavia, 1807.
He supervised:
Francesco Brioschi
(see here), born 1824.
PhD, University of Pavia, 1845.
He supervised:
Luigi Cremona
(see here), born 1830.
PhD, University of Pavia, 1853.
See the Cremona group
and Cremona diagrams.
He
supervised:
Giuseppe Veronese
(see here), born 1854.
PhD, University of Rome, 1877.
He supervised:
Guido Castelnuovo
(see here), born 1865.
PhD, University of Padua, 1886.
Major figure of the
Italian school of algebraic geometry.
See the CastelnuovoSeveri inequality
and the KroneckerCastelnuovo theorem.
He supervised:
Oscar Zariski
(see here), born 1899.
PhD, University of Rome, 1925.
Major figure in
Algebraic geometry
(and here).
See
the Zariski topology,
Zariski surfaces,
the Zariski Riemann surface,
Zariski spaces
and
the Zariski tangent space.
See
Zariski's main theorem.
He
supervised:
Irvin Cohen
(see here), born 1917.
PhD, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, 1942.
See CohenMacaulay rings.
He supervised:
R. Duncan Luce
(see here), born 1925.
PhD, MIT, 1950.
Major figure in mathematical psychology.
See Luce's choice axiom.
He supervised:
John Daugman
(see here).
PhD, Harvard, 1983.
Major figure in
Iris recognition.
He supervised:
Mark Humphrys.
PhD, Cambridge, 1997.
He supervised:
Francesco Brioschi.
From MacTutor History of Mathematics.
Luigi Cremona.
From Italian site.
Giuseppe Veronese.
From MacTutor History of Mathematics.
Guido Castelnuovo.
From Italian site.
Oscar Zariski.
From MacTutor History of Mathematics.