# List of Cambridge mathematicians | Wikipedia audio article

A list of mathematicians, past and present,

with associations with the University of Cambridge.==A – F==

Frank Adams, fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, Lowndean Professor of Astronomy and Geometry

1970-1989 John Couch Adams, fellow of St. John’s College,

Cambridge 1843-1852; fellow of Pembroke College, Cambridge 1853-1892; Lowndean Professor of

Astronomy and Geometry 1859-1891 Michael Atiyah, fellow of Trinity College,

Cambridge 1954-1957; fellow of Pembroke College, Cambridge 1958-1961; Master of Trinity College,

Cambridge 1990-1997 Charles Babbage, Lucasian Professor of Mathematics

1828-1839 Christopher Budd, Gresham Professor of Geometry,

student at St John’s College 1979-1983 Alan Baker, fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge

1964- H. F. Baker, fellow of St. John’s College,

Cambridge Dennis Barden, fellow of Pembroke College,

Cambridge Isaac Barrow, fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge

1649-1655, Lucasian Professor of Mathematics Bryan John Birch, undergraduate and research

student at Trinity College, Cambridge, fellow of Churchill College, Cambridge

Béla Bollobás, fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge

Richard Ewen Borcherds Henry Briggs, Fellow of St. John’s College,

Cambridge Dame Mary Cartwright, fellow and Mistress

of Girton College, Cambridge J. W. S. Cassels, fellow of Trinity College,

Cambridge 1949-1984; Sadleirian Professor of Pure Mathematics 1967-1986

Arthur Cayley, student at Trinity College, Cambridge

D. G. Champernowne Sydney Chapman, student at and later lecturer

and fellow (1914-1919) of Trinity College, Cambridge

William Kingdon Clifford John Coates, fellow of Emmanuel College, Cambridge

1975-1977; Sadleirian Professor of Pure Mathematics 1986-

John Horton Conway, fellow of Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge 1964-1970; fellow of Gonville

and Caius College, Cambridge 1970-1986 Roger Cotes

Percy John Daniell Philip Dawid

Harold Davenport James Davenport, undergraduate and research

student at Trinity College, Cambridge Rollo Davidson, undergraduate and research

fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge 1962-1970, fellow-elect of Churchill College, Cambridge

Augustus de Morgan Paul Dirac, fellow of St. John’s College,

Cambridge 1927-1969; Lucasian Professor of Mathematics 1932-1969

Simon Donaldson, undergraduate at Pembroke College, Cambridge 1976-1979

Arthur Stanley Eddington Andrew Forsyth, fellow of Trinity College,

Cambridge; Sadleirian Professor of Pure Mathematics==G – M==

Anil Kumar Gain, Fellow of the Royal Statistical Society

James Glaisher Peter Goddard, Master of St John’s College,

Cambridge 1994-2004 William Timothy Gowers, fellow of Trinity

College, Cambridge ?- ; Rouse Ball Professor of Mathematics 1998-

Geoffrey Grimmett, fellow of Churchill College, Cambridge, Professor of Mathematical Statistics

1992- Ian Grojnowski, faculty member of DPMMS, 1999-

G. H. Hardy, fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge 1900-1919, 1931–1942; Sadleirian Professor

of Pure Mathematics 1931-1942 Stephen Hawking, fellow of Gonville and Caius

College, Cambridge 1966-2018; Lucasian Professor of Mathematics 1979-2009

Nigel Hitchin, fellow of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, Rouse Ball Professor of

Mathematics 1994-1997 E. W. Hobson

James Jeans Harold Jeffreys, fellow of St John’s College,

Cambridge 1914-1989; Plumian Professor of Astronomy 1946-1958

Vinod Johri, Commonwealth fellow for post-doctorate work at Department of Applied Mathematics

and Theoretical Physics, Cambridge University, 1967-1968

Thomas Jones, mathematician, fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge

Richard Jozsa, holder of the Leigh Trapnell Chair in Quantum Physics

Frank Kelly, fellow 1976-2006 and Master 2006- of Christ’s College, Professor of the Mathematics

of Systems David George Kendall, fellow of Churchill

College, Cambridge, Professor of Mathematical Statistics 1962-1985

John Maynard Keynes, B.A. in mathematics Joshua King, Lucasian Professor of Mathematics,

President of Queens’ College, Cambridge Frances Kirwan

Thomas William Körner, fellow of Trinity Hall, Cambridge

Peter Landrock, senior member of the Wolfson College, Cambridge, 1997-

Joseph Larmor, Lucasian Professor of Mathematics Imre Leader, fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge

John Edensor Littlewood, fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge 1908-1977; Rouse Ball Professor

of Mathematics 1928-1950 Sir Donald MacAlister, fellow of St John’s

College, Cambridge Ian G. Macdonald, graduate of Trinity College,

Cambridge James Clerk Maxwell, Cavendish Professor of

Physics 1871-1879 Isaac Milner, Lucasian Professor of Mathematics,

President of Queens’ College, Cambridge==N – S==

Crispin St. J. A. Nash-Williams Max Newman, fellow of St John’s College, Cambridge

Isaac Newton, fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge 1667-1701; Lucasian Professor of Mathematics

1669-1702 James R. Norris, fellow of Churchill College,

Cambridge Simon P. Norton, undergraduate and research

student at Trinity College, Cambridge William McFadden Orr, fellow of St John’s

College, Cambridge Roger Penrose, graduate student at St John’s

College, Cambridge ?-1958; Research Fellow at St John’s College, Cambridge 1958-1961

Srinivasa Ramanujan, fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge 1918-1920

Frank P. Ramsey, student of Trinity College, Cambridge and fellow of King’s College, Cambridge

CR Rao, statistician and former PhD student under Ronald Fisher

Chris Rogers Bertrand Russell, fellow of Trinity College,

Cambridge Richard Samworth, fellow of St John’s College,

Cambridge, Professor of Statistics Graeme Segal, fellow of St Johns College,

Cambridge, Lowndean Professor of Astronomy and Geometry, 1990–1999

Nicholas Shepherd-Barron, fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge

David Spiegelhalter, fellow of Churchill College, Cambridge, Winton Professor of the Public

Understanding of Risk 2007- Sir George Gabriel Stokes, fellow then Master

of Pembroke College, Cambridge, Lucasian Professor of Mathematics

Peter Swinnerton-Dyer, fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, master of St Catharine’s College,

Cambridge James Joseph Sylvester, undergraduate at St

John’s College, Cambridge 1831-1837==T – Z==

G. I. Taylor, fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge Martin J. Taylor, fellow of Trinity College,

Cambridge Richard Taylor, fellow of Clare College, Cambridge

John G. Thompson, fellow of Churchill College, Cambridge; Rouse Ball Professor of Mathematics

1971-1993 Alan Turing, fellow of King’s College, Cambridge

1935-1945 W. T. Tutte, undergraduate and research student

at Trinity College, Cambridge 1935-1941 John Venn, fellow of Gonville and Caius College,

Cambridge C. T. C. Wall, graduate of Trinity College,

Cambridge John Wallis, fellow of Queens’ College, Cambridge

1644-1645 Richard Weber, fellow of Queens’ College,

Cambridge, Churchill Professor of Mathematics for Operational Research 1994-

Alfred North Whitehead Peter Whittle, fellow of Churchill College,

Cambridge, Churchill Professor of Mathematics for Operational Research 1967-1994

Andrew Wiles, research student and then Junior Research fellow at Clare College, Cambridge

1975-1980 David Williams, Professor of Mathematical

Statistics 1985-1992 Shaun Wylie, fellow of Trinity Hall, Cambridge

Erik Christopher Zeeman, fellow of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, honorary fellow

of Christ’s College, Cambridge==See also==

List of mathematicians Faculty of Mathematics, University of Cambridge

Lucasian Chair Sadleirian Chair

Rouse Ball Professor of Mathematics Lowndean Professor of Astronomy and Geometry

Churchill Professorship of Mathematics for Operational Research

Professorship of Mathematical Statistics, University of Cambridge

List of Wranglers of the University of Cambridge