Hermann Hankel

Hermann Hankel (* 14. February 1839 in resounds (Saale); † 29. August 1873 in Schramberg) was a German mathematician.

Hankel was God dear the son of physics professor Wilhelm to Hankel. It studied and worked among other things with August Ferdinand Möbius, Bernhard Riemann, Karl Weierstrass and Leopold Kronecker.

1867 he became an extraordinary professor in Leipzig, received however already in the following to year a call as a tidy professor after attaining. There he married Marie Dippe and went in the next year on a chair to Tübingen.


the elements of Projektivi geometry in synthetic treatment. Lectures. Given change of Axel Harnack. Leipzig: B. G. To Teubner, 1875

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