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University of Erlangen

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION

Friedrich-Alexander-Universitšt, founded 1742 by margrave Friedrich of Brandenburg-Bayreuth.

Location:
Erlangen, Germany

Founding Date:
1742

Enrollment:
24,000

Official Website:
http://www.uni-erlangen.org/

STUDENTS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Louis Agassiz
Paleontologist
28-May-1807 14-Dec-1873 Ichthyologist at Harvard
Benjamin Constant
Politician
25-Oct-1767 8-Dec-1830 French political thinker
Dietrich Eckart
Playwright
23-Mar-1868 25-Dec-1923 Nazi intellectual, Hitler's best friend
Ludwig Feuerbach
Philosopher
28-Jul-1804 13-Sep-1872 Das Weses des Christentums
Fritz Fischer
Historian
5-Mar-1908 1-Dec-1999 Blamed Germany for World War I
Hans Geiger
Physicist
30-Sep-1882 24-Sep-1945 Co-Inventor of the Geiger Counter
Samuel Hahnemann
Doctor
10-Apr-1755 2-Jul-1843 Founder of homeopathy
Arthur Harden
Chemist
12-Oct-1865 17-Jun-1940 Enzymes of sugar fermentation
Justus Liebig
Chemist
12-May-1803 18-Apr-1873 Reformed pedagogy of chemistry
Max Stirner
Philosopher
25-Oct-1806 26-Jun-1856 Existential German nihilo-anarchist
Ludwig Tieck
Novelist
31-May-1773 28-Apr-1853 Franz Sternbalds Wanderungen
August von Wassermann
Biologist
21-Feb-1866 16-Mar-1925 Syphilis test
Frank G. Wobst
Business
c. 1934   CEO of Huntington Bancshares, 1981-2001

TEACHERS AND PROFESSORS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Emil Fischer
Chemist
9-Oct-1852 15-Jul-1919 Peptide bond


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