1999 AMS-IMS-SIAM Summer Research Conference on
HOMOTOPY METHODS IN ALGEBRAIC TOPOLOGY


Mathematical ancestry of J. Peter May

  • Karl Jacobi, 1825, Berlin
  • Wilhelm Scheibner, 1848, Halle
  • William Story, 1875, Leipzig
  • Solomon Lefschetz, 1911, Clark U.
  • Norman Steenrod, 1936, Princeton
  • George W. Whitehead, 1941, Chicago
  • John Moore, 1952, Brown
  • Peter May, 1964, Princeton

  • Students of J. Peter May

  • Neal Glassman, 1968
  • Albert F. Lawrence, 1969
  • Claude Schochet, 1969
  • Stanley Kochman, 1970
  • Ib Madsen, 1970
  • Marta Herrero, 1972
  • Frederick Cohen, 1972
  • Zbigniew Fiedorowicz, 1975
  • Hans Ligaard, 1976
  • Robert Bruner, 1977
  • Mark Steinberger, 1977
  • Robert Wellington, 1977
  • L. Gaunce Lewis, 1978
  • James E. McClure, 1978
  • Stefan Waner, 1978
  • Anthony Elmendorf, 1979
  • Jeffrey Caruso, 1979
  • Nicholas Kuhn, 1980
  • Unni Namboodiri, 1982
  • Jean Pierre Haeberly, 1983
  • Steven Costenoble, 1985
  • John Harris, 1985
  • John Wicks, 1990
  • Yimin Yang, 1992
  • Michael Cole, 1996
  • Jerome Wolbert, 1996
  • Michael Mandell, 1997
  • Maria Basterra, 1998
  • Laura Scull, 1999
  • Dan Isaksen, 1999
  • Current students working with May (1999)

  • Adam Przezdziecki
  • Christopher French
  • Benjamin Blander
  • Halvard Fausk

  • Corrections and additions welcome. The Mathematics Genealogy Project list of Peter May's students contains (incomplete) links up and down the genealogical tree.

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