Paying Tribute to James Eells and Joseph H. Sampson: In Commemoration of the Fiftieth Anniversary of Their Pioneering Work on Harmonic Maps
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As a prominent professor and an inventive mathematician, Eells’s mathematical influence in the field of harmonic maps became internationally recognized and widespread. According to the Mathematics Genealogy Project, he advised thirty-eight PhDs, who, in turn, produced 198 descendants.
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Chiang, Yuan-Jen, and Andrea Ratto. “Paying Tribute to James Eells and Joseph H. Sampson: In Commemoration of the Fiftieth Anniversary of Their Pioneering Work on Harmonic Maps.” Notices of the AMS 62, no. 4 (2015): 388–93.