AIP History Center Newsletter
Volume XXXIII , No. 1, Spring 2001

 
Baron, Polya, Pauli, Hecke
Circa late 1930s, possibly Zürich. L-R: Julius G. Baron, physician and radiologist, a boyhood friend and schoolmate of Pólya, with whom he maintained a lifelong friendship; George Pólya, Hungarian-born mathematician well known for his contributions in analysis, number theory, probability and other fields, who taught at the E. T. H. in Zürich and since World War II at Stanford University; Wolfgang Pauli; and Erich Hecke, a German-born mathematician. Information provided by Andrew Lenard, Indiana University. Photo courtesy of AIP Emilio Segrè Visual Archives. Donated by Andrew Lenard, 1999, from the estate of Julius G. Baron.


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