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Rank  Topic  Wikipedia views Oct 21 2010 

1  1921 Albert Einstein (graduate and professor)  42876 
2  John von Neumann, mathematician, computer scientist (student of the ETH) Known for: Everyhting  3431 
3  Wernher von Braun, aerospace engineer (student of the ETH)  3394 
4  Santiago Calatrava, architect (student of the ETH)  1901 
5  Georg Cantor, mathematician (student of the ETH) Known for: Cantor's Theorem (pure mathematics, set theory)  1743 
6  1945 Wolfgang Pauli (professor)  1493 
7  1918 Fritz Haber (graduate)  1061 
8  Hans Albert Einstein, civil engineer (student of the ETH)  831 
9  1938 Richard Kuhn (professor)  677 
10  1968 Har Gobind Khorana (medicine)  606 
11  Paul Feyerabend, philosopher (Professor at the ETH)  561 
12  Jacob Burckhardt, historian (Professor at the ETH)  495 
13  Niklaus Wirth, computer scientist (Professor at the ETH since 1968, received the Turing Award in 1984)  477 
14  1952 Felix Bloch (graduate)  440 
15  Aldo Rossi, architect (Professor at the ETH, received the Pritzker Prize in 1990)  422 
16  1943 Otto Stern (lecturer)  411 
17  1936 Peter Debye (professor)  404 
18  Bernard Tschumi, architect (student of the ETH)  390 
19  Hermann Minkowski, mathematician (Professor at the ETH) Known for: Minkowski Space (Relativity)  381 
20  1991 Richard Ernst (graduate & professor)  338 
21  Richard Dedekind, mathematician (Professor at the ETH)  327 
22  Rudolf Clausius, physicist (student of the ETH)  324 
23  1968 Lars Onsager (chemistry)  314 
24  Hermann Weyl, mathematician (Professor at the ETH) Known for: EinsteinWeyl group (Quantum Field Theory)  309 
25  Max Frisch, architect (student of the ETH)  293 
26  1913 Alfred Werner (professor)  291 
27  1953 Hermann Staudinger (lecturer)  286 
28  1975 Vladimir Prelog (professor)  277 
29  Auguste Piccard, physicist, inventor, explorer (student of the ETH, Professor at the ETH)  257 
30  Gottfried Semper, architect (Professor at the ETH)  232 
31  Fritz Zwicky, astronomer, (student of ETH, received the Gold Medal of the Royal Astronomical Society in 1972)  231 
32  1986 Heinrich Rohrer (graduate)  222 
33  1986 Gerd Binnig (physics)  210 
34  Carlos Kleiber, (orchestral conductor), (studied chemistry at the ETH)  209 
35  Philippe Kahn, mathematician, entrepreneur, inventor (student of the ETH)  203 
36  Lars Ahlfors, mathematician (Professor at the ETH)  174 
37  Ferdinand Georg Frobenius, mathematician (Professor at the ETH) Known for: Frobenius method (Differential equations), Frobenius Group (Group theory, Differential Geometry)  142 
38  Hendrik Petrus Berlage, architect (student of the ETH)  135 
39  Othmar Ammann, civil engineer (student of the ETH)  128 
40  1950 Tadeus Reichstein (graduate)  128 
41  Adolf Hurwitz, mathematician (Professor at the ETH)  93 
42  Heinz Hopf, mathematician (Professor at the ETH)  70 
43  1978 Werner Arber (graduate)  63 
44  Maurice Koechlin, structural engineer (student of the ETH)  62 
45  Marcel Grossmann, mathematician (student of the ETH, Professor at the ETH) Known for teaching Einstein Differential geometry and tensors  56 
46  Christian Menn, structural engineer (student of the ETH, Professor at the ETH)  56 
47  Armand Borel, mathematician, (student of ETH, Professor at the ETH)  49 
48  Kenneth Hsu, geologist (Professor at the ETH)  44 
49  Jan A. Rajchman, electrical engineer (student of the ETH)  32 
50  Eduard Imhof, cartographer (Student of the ETH, Professor at the ETH)  25 
51  Heinrich Guggenheimer, mathematician, (student of the ETH)  24 
52  Beno Eckmann, mathematician (student of ETH, Professor at the ETH)  22 
53  Eduard Stiefel, mathematician (student of ETH, Professor at the ETH)  21 
54  Valentine Telegdi, physicist (student of the ETH, Professor at the ETH, received the Wolf Prize in 1991)  19 
55  Jakob Ackeret, aeronautical engineer (student of the ETH, Professor at the ETH)  18 
56  Herbert Einstein, civil engineer (student of the ETH, Professor at MIT)  5 
57  KÄrlis Ulmanis, politician (student of the ETH)  < 5 
58  Carl Gustav Jung, psychologist, (Professor at the ETH)  < 5 
59  Mileva MariÄ, mathematician, (student of the ETH)  < 5 
60  1901 Wilhelm Conrad RÃ¶ntgen (graduate)  < 5 
61  1987 Karl Alexander MÃ¼ller (graduate)  < 5 
62  FranÃ§ois Diederich, chemist (Professor at the ETH)  < 5 
63  JÃ¼rgen Moser, mathematician (Professor at the ETH)  < 5 
64  1939 Leopold Ruzicka (professor)  < 5 
65  1920 CharlesEdouard Guillaume (graduate)  < 5 
66  Robert Oppenheimer, physicist (worked with Wolfgang Pauli)  < 5 
67  Karl Culmann, structural engineer (Professor at the ETH)  < 5 
68  George PÃ³lya, mathematician (Professor at the ETH)  < 5 
69  1915 Richard Martin WillstÃ¤tter (professor)  < 5 
70  2002 Kurt WÃ¼thrich (professor)  < 5 
71  Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron (Herzog & de Meuron), architects (students of the ETH, professor at the ETH since 1999, received the Pritzker Prize in 2001)  < 5 
72  1987 Georg Bednorz (graduate)  < 5 
73  Rudolf Kalman, electrical engineer, mathematician (Professor at the ETH)  < 5 
74  Hermann Amandus Schwarz, mathematician (Professor at the ETH)  < 5 
