# List of things named after Gottfried Leibniz

**Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz** (1646–1716) was a German philosopher and mathematician.

In **mathematics**, several results and concepts are attributed to Leibniz:

- Leibniz algebra, an algebraic structure
- Leibniz formula for π, an inefficient method for calculating π
- Leibniz formula for determinants, an expression for the determinant of a matrix
- Leibniz integral rule, a rule for differentiation under the integral sign
- Leibniz's notation, a notation in calculus
- Leibniz operator, a concept in abstract logic
*Leibniz law*, see product rule of calculus- General Leibniz rule, a generalization of the product rule
- Alternating series test, also known as Leibniz's test or Leibniz's rule

Additionally, the following are named after Leibniz:

- 5149 Leibniz, an asteroid
- Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Scientific Community, a union of German research institutes
- Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Prize, a German research prize
- Leibniz University of Hannover, a German university
- Leibniz-Keks, a German brand of biscuit
- Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Bibliothek, Hanover, in List of libraries in Germany#Specialized libraries