Academic genealogy of Hajo LESCHKE

The subsequent list of names provides the year when and the location of the university/school from which the corresponding man received, possibly "in absentia", his (first) doctoral degree; followed by the title of the underlying thesis. The (principal) thesis supervisor of each man was the next one on the list.

Hajo LESCHKE (born 1945)
1975: Dortmund, West Germany (now: Germany)
Exakte Aussagen zum Peierls-Übergang in reduzierten Fröhlich-Modellen

Uwe BRANDT (1944 - 1997)
1969: Hamburg, West Germany (now: Germany)
Theorie der Supraleiter zweiter Art im hohen Magnetfeld

Ludwig TEWORDT (born 1926)
1953: Münster/Westfalen, West Germany (now: Germany)
Theorie der Stoßionisation und strahlungslosen Rekombination in isolierenden Kristallen

Walter FRANZ (1911 - 1992)
1934: München, Germany
Comptoneffekt am gebundenen Elektron

Arnold J. W. SOMMERFELD (1868 - 1951)
1891: Königsberg/Ostpreußen, Germany (now: Kaliningrad, Russia)
Die willkürlichen Functionen in der mathematischen Physik

C. L. Ferdinand (von) LINDEMANN (1852 - 1939)
1873: Erlangen, Germany
Über unendlich kleine Bewegungen und über Kraftsysteme bei allgemeiner projectivischer Maassbestimmung

Ch. Felix KLEIN (1849 - 1925)
1868: Bonn, Preußen (now: Germany)
Über die Transformation der allgemeinen Gleichung des zweiten Grades zwischen Linien-Coordinaten auf eine kanonische Form

Julius PLÜCKER (1801 - 1868)
1823: Marburg, Kurhessen (now: Germany); "in absentia"
Generalem analyseos applicationem ad ea quae geometriae altiores et mechanicae basis et fundamenta sunt e serie Tayloria deducit

The geometer and physicist PLÜCKER clearly was KLEIN's teacher, but he died a few months before KLEIN's final examination on 12. Dec. 1868. Since the analyst Rudolph O. S. LIPSCHITZ (1832 - 1903) was in charge of that examination, some sources consider him as KLEIN's (second) supervisor.

Christian L. GERLING jun. (1788 - 1864)
1812: Göttingen, Westphalen (during the Napoleonic occupation; now: Germany)
Methodi proiectionis orthographicae usum ad calculos parallacticos facilitandos explicavit simulque eclipsin solarem die 7. Sept. 1820 apparituram

J. Carl Friedrich GAUSS (1777 - 1855)
1799: Helmstedt, Braunschweig (now: Germany); "in absentia"
Demonstratio nova theorematis, omnem functionem algebraicam rationalem integram unius variabilis in factores reales primi vel secundi gradus resolvi posse

J. Friedrich PFAFF (1765 - 1825)
1786: Göttingen, Hannover (now: Germany)
Commentatio de ortibus et occasibus siderum apud auctores classicos commemoratis

Abraham Gotthelf KÄSTNER (1719 - 1800)
1739: Leipzig, Sachsen (now: Germany)
De theoria radicum in aequationibus (1736)

Christian August HAUSEN jun. (1693 - 1743)
1713: Wittenberg, Sachsen (now: Germany)
De corpore scissuris figurisque non cruetando ductu

Johann Ch. WICHMANNSHAUSEN (1663 - 1727)
1685: Leipzig, Sachsen (now: Germany)
Disputationem moralem de divortiis secundum ius naturae

Otto MENCKE (1644 - 1707)
1666: Leipzig, Sachsen (now: Germany)
Ex theologia naturali - De absoluta dei simplicitate, micropolitiam, id est rempublicam in microcosmo conspicuam

Jakob(us) THOMAS(IUS) (1622 - 1684)
1643: Leipzig, Sachsen (now: Germany)
[receiving the academic degree "Magister der Philosophie", without a doctoral thesis]

Friedrich LEIBNÜTZ (1597 - 1652)
1622: Leipzig, Sachsen (now: Germany)
[receiving the academic degree "Magister der Philosophie", without a doctoral thesis]

Gottfried Wilhelm LEIBNIZ (1646 - 1716), the famous son of Friedrich LEIBNÜTZ, changed the spelling LEIBNÜTZ to LEIBNIZ in 1671.

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(May 2013, to be corrected and continued)