References for Martin Bartels


    Books:

  1. H-J Heerde, Das Publikum der Physik - Lichtenbergs Hörer (Göttingen 2006).
  2. B I Kochelaev and Y V Yablokov, The beginning of paramagnetic resonance (World Scientific, 1995).

    Articles:

  3. E T Bell, The prince of mathematicians, in Men of Mathematics (New York, London, 1937, 1953).
  4. K-R Biermann, Übersiedlung eines deutschen Mathematikers von Braunschweig nach Kazan im Jahre 1807/08. Zur Biographie von M Bartels, des Lehrers von Gauss und Lobachevskii, Historia Math. 1 (1) (1974), 65-77.
  5. K-R Biermann, Die Briefe von Martin Bartels an C F Gauss, NTM Schr. Geschichte Naturwiss. Tech. Medizin 10 (1) (1973), 5-22.
  6. K Birman, The first scientific works of M F Bartels (Russian), Voprosy Istor. Estestvoznan. i Tehn. (2-3) (47-48) (1974), 119-122; 222.
  7. I Ya Depman, M F Bartels, a teacher of N I Lobachevskii (Russian), Trudy Sem. MGU Istor. Mat. Istor.-Mat. Issledov. (3) 1950, (1950), 475-485.
  8. W R Dick, Martin Bartels als Lehrer von Carl Friedrich Gauss, Gauss-Ges. Göttingen Mitt. No. 30 (1993), 59-62.
  9. B L Laptev, Bartels and the shaping of the geometric ideas of Lobachevskii (Russian), in Dedicated to the memory of Lobachevskii No 1 (Russian) (Kazan. Gos. Univ., Kazan, 1992), 35-40.
  10. U Lumiste, Martin Bartels as researcher: his contribution to analytical methods in geometry, Historia Math. 24 (1) (1997), 46-65.
  11. U Lumiste, Differential geometry in Estonia: history and recent developments (Finnish), Arkhimedes (4) 1996 (1996), 31-34.
  12. Yu G Lumiste, Bartels - the investigator, and his achievements in the analytic methods of geometry (Russian), in Dedicated to the memory of Lobachevskii No 1 (Russian) (Kazan. Gos. Univ., Kazan, 1992), 41-60.
  13. W Odyniec, Johann M C Bartels was not only a teacher of Gauss and Lobachevskii (Polish), in Mathematics in the Gauss era (Polish), Zielona Góra, 2000 (WSP, Zielona Góra, 2001), 99-111.
  14. G Ryago, From the life and activity of four remarkable mathematicians of the University of Tartu (Russian), Tartu. Gos. Univ. Trudy Estest.-Mat. Fak. 37 (1955), 74-105.
  15. E B Vinberg, Nikolaj Lobachevskii : On the occasion of his 200th anniversary, European Mathematical Society Newsletter 6 (1992), 8-9.