Emil Weyr

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Emil Weyr
Jan Vilímek - Emil Weyr HL.jpg
Born (1848-07-01)July 1, 1848
Prague, Bohemia
Died January 25, 1894(1894-01-25) (aged 45)
Vienna, Austria-Hungary
Nationality Austrian
Fields Mathematics
Institutions University of Vienna
Alma mater University of Prague
Doctoral advisor Otto Wilhelm Fiedler
Doctoral students Karl Carda
Robert Daublewsky von Sterneck
Gustav Kohn
Alfred Tauber
Wilhelm Wirtinger

Emil Weyr (July 1, 1848 – January 25, 1894) was an Austrian mathematician, known for his numerous publications on geometry.[1]

Born in Prague, Weyr attended the Czech Technical University in Prague, where he was taught by Heinrich Durège and Otto Wilhelm Fiedler.[1]

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