Johann Friedrich Hennert
|Johann Friedrich Hennert|
|Born||19 October 1733|
|Died||30 March 1813 (aged 79)|
|Institutions||University of Utrecht|
|Doctoral advisor||Leonhard Euler|
Johann Friedrich Hennert (19 October 1733 – 30 March 1813) was German-born and lectured in mathematics and physics at the University of Utrecht. He was a significant student of Leonhard Euler. He was known for his inclination towards the British school of philosophy.
Hennert held the chair of mathematics at the University of Utrecht until 1805.
Jan van Swinden was one of his most important students.
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