Hans Reissner

1874 - 1967

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Hans Jacob Reissner, also known as Jacob Johannes Reissner (18 January 1874, Berlin – 2 October 1967, Mt. Angel, Oregon), was a German aeronautical engineer whose avocation was mathematical physics. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Hans Reissner has received more than 63,233 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Hans Reissner is the 659th most popular physicist, the 4,634th most popular biography from Germany and the 89th most popular German Physicist.

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Among physicists, Hans Reissner ranks 659 out of 851Before him are Michael Berry, Lee Smolin, Franz Josef Gerstner, Maurice Goldhaber, Orest Khvolson, and Adriaan Fokker. After him are Mordehai Milgrom, Paul Peter Ewald, Christian Møller, Charles H. Bennett, Friedrich Carl Alwin Pockels, and Shoichi Sakata.

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Among people born in 1874, Hans Reissner ranks 185Before him are Arthur Meighen, Josep Irla, María Martínez Sierra, George Sheldon, Madeleine Pelletier, and Josef Lhévinne. After him are Jan Černý, Johannes Baumann, Adolf Brand, Princess Marie of Hesse and by Rhine, Vasily Yan, and James Juvenal. Among people deceased in 1967, Hans Reissner ranks 201Before him are Paul Whiteman, Friedrich Gogarten, Walter Krueger, Väinö Kokkinen, William Christian Bullitt Jr., and Gerald Patterson. After him are Anatoly Maltsev, Óscar Diego Gestido, Eugénie Cotton, Clifton Williams, Enrico Porro, and Rexhep Mitrovica.

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In Germany

Among people born in Germany, Hans Reissner ranks 4,634 out of 7,253Before him are Heinrich Christian Boie (1744), Adolph Frank (1834), Christoph Metzelder (1980), Erich Beer (1946), Edgar Barth (1917), and John Adolphus, Duke of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Plön (1634). After him are Gisela Uhlen (1919), Heinrich XIX, Prince Reuss of Greiz (1790), Julius Wilbrand (1839), Jeri Ryan (1968), Julius Hirsch (1892), and Johann Centurius Hoffmannsegg (1766).

Among PHYSICISTS In Germany

Among physicists born in Germany, Hans Reissner ranks 89Before him are Burkhard Heim (1925), Gustav Mie (1868), Walther Müller (1905), Walter Kaufmann (1871), Alfred Landé (1888), and Ralph Kronig (1904). After him are Paul Peter Ewald (1888), Ursula Franklin (1921), Ludwig Wilhelm Gilbert (1769), Gregor Wentzel (1898), Pief Panofsky (1919), and Rudolf Haag (1922).