Academic ancestry in chronological order. If A is directly below B, then A was a student of B. There is a merge-point in the genealogy because Poisson had 2 advisors. (See also: why genealogy matters)

Jean Le Rond d'Alembert

Joseph-Louis Lagrange, Turin 1754

Pierre-Simon Laplace

Siméon Poisson, École Polytechnique, 1800

Michel Chasles, École Polytechnique, 1814

H. A. Newton, Yale 1850

E. H. Moore, Yale 1885

Oswald Veblen, Chicago 1903

Alonzo Church, Princeton 1927.

Stephen Cole Kleene, Princeton, 1934

Yiannis Moschovakis, Wisconsin-Madison, 1963

Alexander Kechris, UCLA 1972

Jack Lutz, Caltech 1987

Satyadev Nandakumar, Iowa State, 2009.