Reference numberEC/1914/03
Previous numbersCert XIII, 64; A00542
TitleBennett, Geoffrey Thomas: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionDate stamp on reverse
CitationFellow and Lecturer of Emmanuel College, Cambridge. Distinguished for his knowledge of, and contributions to, several distinct branches of mathematics. Author of the following memoirs: - 'The Residues of Powers of Numbers for any Composite Modulus, Real or Complex' (Phil Trans Roy Soc, 1893); 'Orthogonal Conics' (Quart Journ, 1893); 'A New Mechanism' (Engineering, Dec 4, 1903); 'Deviations of the Compass' (Journ Roy Unit Serv Inst, 1905, vol xlix); 'The Parallel Motion of sarrut' (Phil Mag, 1905); 'The Eight Queens' Problem' (Messenger of Math, 1909); 'The Composition of Displacements' (Proc Lond Math Soc, vol ix, 1910); 'The Double Six' (ibid); 'Deformable Octahedra' (ibid, vol x, 1911); 'The Lines of a Cubic Surface' (ibid); 'Mutally Inscribed Tetrahedra' (quart Journ Math, 1911); 'The Balancing of the Four Crank Engine' (Internat Congress Math, Cambridge, 1912). Also contributor to the following : - Dalby, 'Valve-gear Mechanisms,' 1905; W N Shaw and Lempfert 'Surface Trajectories of Moving Air' (Meteorol Office, No 174, 1906); Dalby, 'Balancing of Engines,' 1906; C G Lamb, 'Alternating Currents,' 1906; N C Bennett, 'Movements of the Mandible' (Proc Roy Soc Med, 1908, vol i); G F C Searle, 'Motion of an Electrified Sphere' (Phil Mag, Jan 1909). See also 'The Spirit Level as a Seismoscope' (Nature, 1905); 'The Hydrometer as a Seismometer' (ibid).
ProposersH F Baker; P A MacMahon; W Burnside; H W Richmond; J H Grace; E W Hobson; [Robert S Ball]; A E H Love; E B Elliott; A L Dixon; J E Campbell; T J I'a Bromwich; G H Hardy; E W Barnes
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Bennett, Geoffrey Thomas: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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