Here you can find my academic genealogy tree (graph, actually). The data is taken from the Mathematics Genealogy Project. To reduce the size of the graph, I have trimmed the nodes that appear previously. Therefore, all the leaves end up in a node named unknown or a name of someone already in the list. For completeness, I have included my M.Sc. thesis supervisor's, my Ph.D. thesis supervisors and the group leaders whose group I joined.
You can click on a name to expand/collapse that node. You can also hover on a name for more information.
A few curiosities I had learned during this process:
Here you can find a general view of the genealogy.