List of People From Königsberg - Scientists

Scientists

  • Christian Goldbach (1690–1764), mathematician
  • Johann Bartsch (1709–1738), physician, botanist, and collaborator with Carl Linnaeus
  • Karl Gottfried Hagen (1749–1829), (father of Ernst August Hagen) chemist, opened first German chemistry lab at Königsberg's Albertina University
  • Gotthilf Heinrich Ludwig Hagen (1797–1884), physicist
  • Ludwig Otto Hesse (1811–1874), mathematician
  • Adolph Eduard Grube (1812–1880), zoologist
  • Gustav Robert Kirchhoff (1824–1887), physicist
  • Karl Rudolf König (1832–1901), physicist
  • Carl Neumann, (1832–1925), mathematician
  • Rudolf Lipschitz (1832–1903), mathematician
  • Alfred Clebsch, (1833–1972), mathematician
  • Franz Ernst Christian Neumann (1834–1918), pathologist
  • Otto Wallach (1847–1931), chemist
  • David Hilbert (1862–1943), mathematician
  • Hermann Minkowski(1864–1909), mathematician
  • Arnold Sommerfeld (1868–1951), physicist
  • Friedrich Adolf Paneth (1887–1958), chemist
  • Hermann Eichhorst (1849–1921), physician
  • Max Wien (1866–1938), physicist
  • Fritz Albert Lipmann (1899–1986), biochemist

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