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Petersburg, Ehrenfest settled at Leiden, the Netherlands in 1912 where he stayed for the remainder of his career. He was a close friend of Albert Einstein and Niels Bohr. Einstein would stay at Ehrenfest’s home when he visited Leiden—as he often did. Ehrenfest had many students including Johannes Burgers. Unfortunately, depression overcame Ehrenfest in 1933 and he ﬁrst shot his son who had Down syndrome and then shot himself. Theodore von Kármán Theodore von Kármán (Budapest, Hungary; Göttingen, Aachen, Caltech; 1881– 1963) was a Hungarian applied mathematician who worked in both ﬂuid mechanics and solid mechanics.
Von Kármán). During the 1924 Delft Congress, it was decided that the organization of each subsequent congress was to be entrusted to a National Committee of scientists from the host country. There continued to be problems deciding on the location of future meetings because of strong nationalist feelings. However, over time, and with diplomacy, these feelings were assuaged. After 1924, and prior to the Second World War, International Congresses were held in Zurich, Switzerland (second, 1926), Stockholm, Sweden (third, 1930), Cambridge, UK (fourth, 1934), and Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA (fifth, 1938).
The textbook on mathematics for engineers and physicists, written with his ﬁrst wife Elizabeth (nee Stafford) (Sokolnikoff and Sokolnikoff 1941), was for many years the leading book in the ﬁeld. Sokolnikoff also wrote texts on advanced calculus and tensor analysis. He served as editor of the Quarterly Journal of Applied Mechanics and the John Wiley Series in Applied Mathematics. , 1909–1981) was born on June 22, 1909 in the Yaroslavl region of Russia, roughly 170 miles north of Moscow and 500 miles south of St.