The Newsletter n. 30 of European Women in Mathematics is online

By on 11/09/2018
European Women in Mathematics is an international association of women working in the field of mathematics in Europe. Founded in 1986, EWM has several hundred members and coordinators in 33 European countries. Here we host a presentation of the Newsletter n. 30 of  EWM by the Newsletter coordinator Anna Maria Cherubini.

Newsletter No 30 (2018/1)

I’m very excited to introduce this new issue, which is the first one completely online. This issue is still a bit ‘beta’: we have been tinkering with the website for quite a while now and we will optimise things with time.
We think it is a big leap, which will improve also the diffusion of our activities, and we hope you will enjoy the read.


We talked with Claire Anantharaman-Delaroche (Orléans), Ingrid Daubechies (Duke), Gabriella Pinzari (Padova) and Charlotte Wahl (Leibniz Bibliothek in Hannover). We found inspirational hearing stories and discussing careers so diverse.

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This year marks the 30th birthday of EWM so we continue to pay attention to the past, republishing an article from 1988  on the different attitudes towards some gender issues in Europe and Latin America by Caroline Series and Maria Losada. We also interviewed Marie-Francoise Roy (Rennes) on the evolution of the Global Gender Gap Project she is leading. And Francesca Arici wrote an article on the nonlinear algebra group at Max Planck Institut in Leipzig, highlighting its inspiring atmosphere and attention to diversity.

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Event Reports

We collected reports from activities which have taken place in various countries, among them: the EWM Chapter in Germany, the General Assembly of “femmes et mathématiques’ in Paris, the meeting Women at the Intersection of Mathematics and High Energy Physics in Hamburg, the  Colombian Meeting on Combinatorics and the Ergodic Theory and Fractal days in the Netherlands.

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Anna Maria Cherubini



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