Skip to main content

CWM

URL prefix
/cwm

CWM Call 2019

CWM invites proposals for funding of up to €3000 for activities or initiatives taking place in 2019, aimed at either (a) establishing or supporting networks for women in mathematics, preferably at the continental or regional level, and with priority given to networks in developing or emerging countries or (b) organizing a mathematical school open to all with all women speakers and mainly women organizers. The applications should be sent to applications-for-cwm@mathunion.org before December 15 2018. For more details see here.

Organisation

CWM Call 2019

CWM invites proposals for funding of up to €3000 for activities or initiatives taking place in 2019, aimed at either (a) establishing or supporting networks for women in mathematics, preferably at the continental or regional level, and with priority given to networks in developing or emerging countries or (b) organizing a mathematical school open to all with all women speakers and mainly women organisers or (c) other ideas for researching and/or addressing issues encountered by women in mathematics.

Nalini Joshi AO wins University of Technology Sydney Eureka Prize for Outstanding Mentor of Young Researchers

Nalini Joshi AO, Chair of Applied Mathematics at the University of Sydney, was awarded the University of Technology Sydney Eureka Prize for Outstanding Mentor of Young Researchers. She has mentored over thirty researchers throughout her life and was an initiator of the Science in Australia Gender Equity (SAGE) Program.

Chelsea Walton and Brent Prym win 2018 André Lichnerowicz Prize in Poisson Geometry

Brent Pym (McGill University) and Chelsea Walton (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) were awarded the 2018 André Lichnerowicz Prize for Poisson Geometry on July 16, 2018, at the Fields Institute in Toronto.

Established in 2008 and awarded every two years, this prize recognizes significant contributions to Poisson geometry by researchers who obtained their PhD at most 8 years prior.

Chelsea Walton is the first woman to win the André Lichnerowicz Award.

Journeys of Women in Mathematics

Event sub title
First part

Shown as a World Premiere at (WM)^2, the World Meeting for Women in Mathematics on July 31 2018. A 13mn  film with Neela Nataraj (India), Aminatou Pecha (Cameroon) and Carolina Araujo (Brazil). Created by the IMU Committee for Women in Mathematics, filmed and edited by Micro-Documentaries, made possible by a grant from the Simons Foundation.

Organisation
Subscribe to CWM