Find out more about the greatest 19th Century German Mathematicians, including Carl Friedrich Gauss, Friedrich Engels, David Hilbert, Georg Cantor and Emmy Noether.
Carl F. GaussCarl F. Gauss
30 April 1777
Mathematician
Max BornMax Born
11 December 1882
Physicist

Emmy NoetherEmmy Noether
23 March 1882
Mathematician

David HilbertDavid Hilbert
23 January 1862
Mathematician

Georg CantorGeorg Cantor
03 March 1845
Mathematician

Bernhard RiemannBernhard Riemann
17 September 1826
Mathematician
Carl Gustav Jacob JacobiCarl Gustav Jacob Jacobi
10 December 1804
Mathematician

Hermann MinkowskiHermann Minkowski
22 June 1864
 

Peter Gustav Lejeune DirichletPeter Gustav Lejeune Dirichlet
13 February 1805
Mathematician
Karl WeierstrassKarl Weierstrass
31 October 1815
Mathematician

Hermann Klaus Hugo WeylHermann Klaus Hugo Weyl
09 November 1885
Mathematician and Theoretical Physicist
Felix Christian KleinFelix Christian Klein
25 April 1849
Mathematician

Richard DedekindRichard Dedekind
06 October 1831
Mathematician

Carl Ludwig SiegelCarl Ludwig Siegel
31 December 1896
Mathematician

Carl Friedrich GaussCarl Friedrich Gauss
30 April 1777
Mathematician, Geophysicist, Astronomer, Science

Emanuel LaskerEmanuel Lasker
 
Gottlob FregeGottlob Frege
08 November 1848
Mathematician, Logician, Analytic philosopher,

Charles Proteus SteinmetzCharles Proteus Steinmetz
09 April 1865
Mathematician, Electrical engineer, Engineer,

Karl SchwarzschildKarl Schwarzschild
09 October 1873
Physicist, Astronomer, Astrophysicist, University

Rudolf ClausiusRudolf Clausius
02 January 1822
Physicist, University teacher, Mathematician,
August Ferdinand MöbiusAugust Ferdinand Möbius
 

Leopold KroneckerLeopold Kronecker
07 December 1823
Mathematician, University teacher
Edmund LandauEdmund Landau
14 February 1877
Mathematician, University teacher

Friedrich BesselFriedrich Bessel
22 July 1784
Astronomer

Richard CourantRichard Courant
08 January 1888
Mathematician, University teacher
Felix HausdorffFelix Hausdorff
08 November 1868
Mathematician, Writer, Topologist, University

Hermann GrassmannHermann Grassmann
15 April 1809
Polymath
Ernst ZermeloErnst Zermelo
27 July 1871
Mathematician, Philosopher, University teacher

Ferdinand Georg FrobeniusFerdinand Georg Frobenius
26 October 1849
Mathematician

Ernst KummerErnst Kummer
29 January 1810
Mathematician
Ferdinand von LindemannFerdinand von Lindemann
 

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Gotthold EisensteinGotthold Eisenstein
16 April 1823
Mathematician
Hermann SchwarzHermann Schwarz
25 January 1843
Mathematician

Rudolf LipschitzRudolf Lipschitz
 

Johann Friedrich PfaffJohann Friedrich Pfaff
 

Julius PlückerJulius Plücker
 
Carl NeumannCarl Neumann
 
Carsten NiebuhrCarsten Niebuhr
17 March 1733
Mathematician

Franz Ernst NeumannFranz Ernst Neumann
 

Elwin Bruno ChristoffelElwin Bruno Christoffel
 

Max DehnMax Dehn
 
Moritz CantorMoritz Cantor
23 August 1829
Historian

Peter Andreas HansenPeter Andreas Hansen
08 December 1795
Astronomer

Kurt HeegnerKurt Heegner
16 December 1893
Mathematician

Karl Georg Christian von StaudtKarl Georg Christian von Staudt
24 January 1798
Mathematician

Oskar BolzaOskar Bolza
12 May 1857
Mathematician
August Leopold CrelleAugust Leopold Crelle
17 March 1780
Mathematician

Martin Wilhelm KuttaMartin Kutta
03 November 1867
Mathematician
Peter G. L. DirichletPeter G. L. Dirichlet
13 February 1805