Sriganesh's Academic Genealogy
nani gigantum humeris insidentes (If I have seen further, it is by standing on the shoulders of giants)  Sir Isaac Newton
It is amazing how much you can accomplish when it doesn't matter who gets the credit.  Unknown
Fun facts:
My 13 hops to Euler (Source: The Mathematics Genealogy Project)  My Erdős No = 3
 With my teachers at NUS (with Profs Limsoon Wong, Hon Wai Leong and Anthony Tung)
 With Mark Ragan
My 13 hops to Euler:
 Leonhard Euler (PhD 1726, Universität Basel)

"Oiler". Swiss mathematician and physicist. Significant contributions in calculus and graph theory. Euler's theorem. Also renowned for work in astronomy, mechanics, fluid dynamics and optics.
 Joseph Louis Lagrange (BA 1754, Università di Torino)

Significant contrubutions in calculus, group theory, number theory and mechanics. EulerLagrange equations and Lagrangian mechanics.
 Simeon Denis Poisson (PhD 1800, École Polytechnique)  JeanBaptiste Joseph Fourier (PhD 1795, École Normale Supérieure)
 Poisson. French mathematician and physicist. Significant contributions in calculus, probability theory and mechanics.
 Fourier. French mathematician and physicist. Fourier series and Fourier transform.
 Gustav Peter Lejeune Dirichlet (PhD 1827, Universität Bonn)

German mathematician. Significant contributions in number theory. Dirichlet's theorems and Dirichlet's principle.
 Rudolf Otto Sigismund Lipschitz (PhD 1853, Universität Berlin)
 German mathematician. Significant contributions in number theory, algebra, differential geometry and classical mechanics. DiniLipschitz criterion.
 C. Felix (Christian) Klein (PhD 1868, Universität Bonn)

German mathematician. Significant contributions in group theory and geometry.
 C. L. Ferdinand (Carl Louis) Lindemann (PhD 1873, Universität Erlangen)

German mathematician. Known for his proof that pi is a transcendental number.
 David Hilbert (PhD 1885, Universität Königsberg)
 German mathematician. One of the most influential mathematicians of the 19th and early 20th centuries. Hilbert Spaces. 1900 presentation of Hilbert's 23 unsolved problems.
 Erhard Schmidt (PhD 1905, Universität Göttingen)
 German mathematician, known for contributions to functional analysis. GramSchmidt process.
 Michael Golomb (PhD 1933, Universität Berlin)

American mathematician. Known for normed vector spaces and numerical analysis.
 Dean Norman Arden (PhD 1957, Purdue University)

American mathematician. Known for his book on theory of finite machines.
 C. L. (Chung Laung) Liu (PhD 1962, Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

TaiwaneseAmerican mathematician and computer scientist. Known for books on discrete mathematics and combinatorial optimization. 2011 Phil Kaufman Award.
 Hon Wai Leong (PhD 1986, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign)
 Sriganesh Srihari (PhD 2012, National University of Singapore)
With:
Mark Ragan (at IMB, UQ)
 My Teachers (at SoC Staff Club, NUS)
 Prof Hiroaki Kitano (at NUS)
 Prof Pandu Rangan (at NUS)
 Prof Shaojie Zhang (at UCF Florida)
 Prof Chew Lim Tan (at ICPR Florida)
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