Notable Mathematicians Associated With Johns Hopkins

Since its inception in 1876, the Department of Mathematics at Johns Hopkins has been a place of active research, innovative education, and even a little intrigue. Below are some notable people who influenced mathematics at Hopkins.

  • Sylvester
    JJ Sylvester
    (1814-1897)
  • Morley
    Frank Morley
    (1860-1937)
  • Zariski
    Oscar Zariski
    (1899-1986)
  • Kodaira
    Kunihiko Kodaira
    (1915-1997)
  • Chow
    Wei-Liang Chow
    (1911-1995)
  • Charles Peirce
    Charles Sanders Peirce
    (1839-1914)
  • Story
    William Edward Story
    (1850-1930)
  • Truesdell
    Clifford Truesdell
    (1919-2000)
  • Miller
    Kelly Miller
    (1863-1939)
  • Fields
    John Charles Fields
    (1863-1932)
  • Cohen
    Teresa Cohen
    (1892-1992)
  • Bacon
    Clara Latimer Bacon
    (1866-1948)
  • Murnaghan
    Francis Dominic Murnaghan
    (1893-1976)
  • Newcomb
    Simon Newcomb
    (1835-1909)
  • Pell
    Alexander Pell
    (1857-1921)
  • Ladd-Franklin
    Christine Ladd-Franklin
    (1847-1930)
  • Egbert Rudolf van Kampen
    Egbert Rudolf van Kampen
    (1908-1942)
  • Nathan Jacobson
    Nathan Jacobson
    (1910-1999)
  • Luther Pfahler Eisenhart
    Luther Pfahler Eisenhart
    (1876-1965)
  • Aurel Friedrich Wintner
    Aurel Friedrich Wintner
    (1903-1958)