The following is an academic genealogy of theoretical physicists and is constructed by following the pedigree of thesis advisors. If an advisor did not exist, or if the field of physics is unrelated, an academic genealogical link can be constructed by using the university from which the theoretical physicist graduated. The academic genealogy tree lists the physicists' PhD (or in some cases BA/MA) date and school, if known. Nobel Prize winners are indicated by †. If physicists are advised by mathematicians, their genealogy can be readily traced using the Mathematics Genealogy Project.

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  • The Max Born academic genealogy leads to كارل فريدريش غاوس and then on to Otto Mencke. The Sommerfeld genealogy leads to Felix Klein and then to Otto Mencke (via Gauss) and غوتفريد لايبنتس. The Leibniz heritage, however, is due to the premature death of Klein's advisor, جوليوس بلكر, which forced a second supervisor for the final examination, namely Rudolf Lipschitz. Another advisor line in continental Europe descends from Leibniz via among others, Poisson, Lagrange, the Bernoullis, and Euler. The main American branch's lineage proceeds via von Helmholtz to Burchard de Volder. (ar)
  • The following is an academic genealogy of theoretical physicists and is constructed by following the pedigree of thesis advisors. If an advisor did not exist, or if the field of physics is unrelated, an academic genealogical link can be constructed by using the university from which the theoretical physicist graduated. The academic genealogy tree lists the physicists' PhD (or in some cases BA/MA) date and school, if known. Nobel Prize winners are indicated by †. If physicists are advised by mathematicians, their genealogy can be readily traced using the Mathematics Genealogy Project. (en)
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  • The Max Born academic genealogy leads to كارل فريدريش غاوس and then on to Otto Mencke. The Sommerfeld genealogy leads to Felix Klein and then to Otto Mencke (via Gauss) and غوتفريد لايبنتس. The Leibniz heritage, however, is due to the premature death of Klein's advisor, جوليوس بلكر, which forced a second supervisor for the final examination, namely Rudolf Lipschitz. Another advisor line in continental Europe descends from Leibniz via among others, Poisson, Lagrange, the Bernoullis, and Euler. The main American branch's lineage proceeds via von Helmholtz to Burchard de Volder. (ar)
  • The following is an academic genealogy of theoretical physicists and is constructed by following the pedigree of thesis advisors. If an advisor did not exist, or if the field of physics is unrelated, an academic genealogical link can be constructed by using the university from which the theoretical physicist graduated. The academic genealogy tree lists the physicists' PhD (or in some cases BA/MA) date and school, if known. Nobel Prize winners are indicated by †. If physicists are advised by mathematicians, their genealogy can be readily traced using the Mathematics Genealogy Project. (en)
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  • علماء الفيزياء النظرية (ar)
  • Academic genealogy of theoretical physicists (en)
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