Charles Tweedie

1868 - 1925


Charles Tweedie studied at Edinburgh, Göttingen and Berlin. He returned to Edinburgh as assistant to Chrystal. He served as a Schools Inspector and published works on the History of Mathematics. He became President of the EMS in 1903 and an honorary member in 1915.
Full MacTutor biography [Version for printing]

List of References (2 books/articles)

Mathematicians born in the same country

Additional Material in MacTutor

  1. Papers in the Proceedings and Notes of the EMS
  2. Charles Tweedie on James Stirling
  3. Charles Tweedie's subscribers
  4. Obituary: Edinburgh Mathematical Society
  5. Obituary: Mathematical Gazette

Honours awarded to Charles Tweedie
(Click below for those honoured in this way)
EMS Treasurer1895-1898
EMS President1903
EMS Honorary Fellow1915


 Previous  (Chronologically)  Next  Main Index
 Previous  (Alphabetically)  Next  Biographies index

JOC/EFR August 2007

The URL of this page is:
http://www-history.mcs.st-andrews.ac.uk/Mathematicians/Tweedie.html