| Herman Chernoff|
| Brown University|
R. A. Fisher Lectureship
| Elementary Decision Theory, Sequential Analysis and Optimal Design|Herman Chernoff Wikipedia
Herman Chernoff (born July 1, 1923, New York) is an American applied mathematician, statistician and physicist formerly a professor at MIT and currently working at Harvard University.
In 2012 he became a fellow of the American Mathematical Society.
Herman Chernoff's parents were Pauline and Max Chernoff, Jewish immigrants from Russia. He studied in Townsend Harris High School.Ph.D., Applied Mathematics, 1948. Brown University.
M.S., Applied Mathematics, 1945. Brown University.
B.S., Mathematics, 1943. City College of New York.