Academic Genealogy

...a general method in which all truths of reason would be reduced to a kind of calculation. At the same time, this would be a sort of universal language or script, but infinitely different from all those imagined previously, because its symbols and words would direct the reason, and errors - except those of fact - would be mere mistakes in calculation...
Wilhelm Leibniz (my academic great14-grandfather), 1685

Erhard Weigel (Universitat Leipzig, 1634) advised:
  Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz (Universitat Altdorf, 1666) who advised:
    Jacob Bernoulli (Universitdt Basel, 1684) who advised:
      Johann Bernoulli (Universitdt Basel, 1694) who advised:
         Leonhard Euler (Universitat Basel, 1726) who advised:
           Joseph Louis Lagrange who advised:
             Simeon Denis Poisson who advised:
              Michel Chasles (Ecole Polytechnique, 1814) who advised:
                H. A. (Hubert Anson) Newton (Yale, 1850) who advised:
                  E. H. Moore (Yale, 1885) who advised:
                    Oswald Veblen (University of Chicago, 1903) who advised:
                      Philip Franklin (Princeton 1921) who advised:
                        Alan Perlis (1922-1990, PhD MIT 1950, Mathematics) who advised:
                          Jerry Feldman (1966) who advised:
                            Jim Horning (Stanford, 1969) who advised:
                              John Guttag (University of Toronto, 1975) who advised:
                                David Evans (MIT PhD 2000) who advised:
                                  Samee Zahur (UVA PhD 2016; now at Google)
                                  Yuchen Zhou (UVA PhD 2015; now at Palo Alto Networks)
                                  Yan Huang (UVA PhD Fall 2012; now at Indiana University)
                                  Karsten Nohl (UVA PhD 2009; now at Security Research Labs)
                                  Nathanael Paul (UVA PhD 2008; Oak Ridge/Univ. of Tennessee)
                                  Jinlin Yang (UVA PhD 2007; Microsoft → Snapchat)

— Leonhard Euler

Life is good for only two things, discovering mathematics and teaching mathematics.
Simeon Denis Poisson

In computing, invariants are ephemeral.
Alan Perlis

Sources:
Tao Xie's Software Engineering Academic Genealogy (Evans — Perlis)
Mathematics Genealogy Project (Perlis — Weigel)