There are many mathematical events held each year organised by and specifically aimed at women mathematicians. Here is a sample, listed with the most recent first. Click on a year to see that year’s events. Please contact us with details of any relevant events, past or future, that you would like to suggest we add.
Bandari College, Mombasa, Kenya
Theme: Women in Mathematics for Social Change & Sustainable Livelihoods!
The conference is supported by CIMPA and is intended for African women mathematicians and women postgraduate students in Mathematical Sciences in Africa. For detailed information, please contact Prof. Marie Françoise Ouedraogo,
President AMUCWMA at omfrancoise(at)yahoo.fr
The Hardy Fellowship is awarded by London Mathematical Society to a distinguished overseas mathematician. Professor Joshi will visit the UK in June/July of next year, and will travel the country over a period of 2 – 3 weeks, ending with the special anniversary Hardy Lecture in London on the 3rd of July, 2015.
Cumhuriyet University, Sivas, Turkey
Castle Rauischholzhausen near Marburg
The aim is to bring together in a casual and friendly atmosphere mathematicians from all research areas for a short and informal scientific exchange, and to enhance communication between female mathematicians.
For more information about EGMO, see here.
Mathematical Institute, Oxford
A greatly expanded version of BWM day, to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the London Mathematical Society, to include events aimed at schoolgirls, female undergraduates, graduate students and early career researchers.
University of Maryland College Park
The Symposium will showcase the research of women in the mathematical professions.
Salt Lake City, Utah
An AWM Workshop to be held in conjunction with the SIAM Conference on Computational Science and Engineering (CSE)
Salt Lake City, Utah
NCUWM provides an opportunity for undergraduate women to present their mathematics research, meet successful women mathematicians, learn about graduate school opportunities and career options, and form friendships with peers.
Universidad de La Frontera, Temuco-Chile
Prof Rubi Rodriguez is a well known female Chilean mathematician. She did her PhD under Lipman Bers in Columbia Universiy, New York in 1981. She has had a very successful career with several Master and PhD students, most of them currently successful (female) mathematicians.
Banff International Research Station
A weekend designed to serve as a career starter retreat for young female mathematicians.
August 12, 2014 (8am to 5pm) at Ewha Womans University, Seoul; August 14, 2014 (1pm to 9pm) at Coex Convention Center, Seoul.
The International Congress of Women Mathematicians 2014 (ICWM 2014) is an associated meeting of the 27th International Congress of Mathematicians 2014 (ICM 2014) was held from August 13-21, 2014 in Seoul, Korea. ICWM 2014 brought together women mathematicians and their supporters from around the world. It showcased the mathematical contributions of women mathematicians, and provide opportunity for them, especially those from developing countries, to meet and exchange experience and ideas.
The ICWM 2014 was sponsored and organized by the Korean Women in Mathematical Sciences (KWMS) with close assistance and guidance from the International Mathematical Union (IMU). In order to support the participation of women mathematicians from around the world, especially from developing countries, the KWMS also provided 100 travel grants (Together Project) to selected attendees.
For more information, please visit http://www.kwms.or.kr/icwm2014
The conference program book is here.
The meeting was opened by the EWM convenor Marie-Francoise Roy and by Dr. Michael Meier, Chief Administrator of HCM Bonn. The EMS lecturer Tamar Ziegler (Hebrew University, Israel) gave a series of lectures on Dynamics and prime solutions to linear equations. Besides many mathematical lectures, the program included a discussion: In what way do women benefit from “excellence schemes” now widly spread in various European countries? An session “Present your neighbor” was both instructive and relaxing, as one could find out about the scientific careers, research interests, families and hobbies of the participants.
Atelier Femmes et Maths Ouaga 2012 (Workshop for Women and Maths, Ouaga 2012)
L’Université de Ouagadougou, Ouagadougou Burkina Faso, 26 - 27 octobre 2012 L’atelier Femmes et Maths Ouaga 2012 est un forum pour la promotion des mathématiques et des femmes mathématiciennes africaines ; il ambitionne de réunir les doctorantes et femmes mathématiciennes pour discuter de la situation des femmes mathématiciennes en Afrique et de créer un cadre permanent de rencontres et d’échanges entre elles.
The first International Conference of Women Mathematicians, ICWM 2010, was held in Hyderabad, India just before the ICM in Hyderabad, India, August 2010.
Lots more wonderful photos of this meeting can be found here.
During EWM2009 we made a new EWM promo film. You will be able to see and hear Ingrid Daubechies, Barbara Lee Keyfitz, Cheryl Praeger, Jelena Kovacevic, Reidun Twarock, Ragni Piene,Tatiana Suslina, Caroline Series, Frances Kirwan, Lisbeth Fajstrup, Sylvie Paycha, and many other brilliant women mathematicians. The 2009 EMS Lecturer, Ingrid Daubechies, delivered her talks at our conference. They are available on the European Mathematical Society website here.
This is just part of the video material filmed during the conference. All the conference talks can be seen on youtube: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3.
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