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Rita Pardini awarded with the Tartufari Prize from Lincei Academy

Rita Pardini, full professor of Geometry at the Department of Mathematics of the University of Pisa, won the international prize "Luigi Tartufari" for Mathematics 2020 edition of the National Academy of Lincei, ex-aequo with Valentino Tosatti of Northwestern University (USA ). "The algebraic taste, rigor and elegance characterize her extremely valuable production" is the judgment that emerges from the jury's motivation that awarded the prize to the professor.

Dr. Malabika Pramanik appointed next director of the Banff International Research Station.

The Banff International Research Station (BIRS) has announced that Professor Malabika Pramanik is the incoming Director of the Station commencing on July 1, 2020. Dr. Pramanik, who is Professor of Mathematics at the University of British Columbia, was confirmed unanimously and enthusiastically by the BIRS Board of Directors for this position. (Official announcement)

Congratulations to Dr. Pramanik.


Women in math and the COVID-19 crisis

Links to texts related to the COVID-19 crisis and its consequences for women in mathematics or more generally in science.and brief contributions written during the second half of April 2020 by CWM members and CWM ambassodors from different countries all over the world on what the COVID-19 crisis has meant for their lives as women in mathematics.


Standing for Gender Equality in Science in times of Covid-19 is a statement from  the Standing Committee for Gender Equality in Science (SCGES) calling for all individuals and institutions engaged in science to join forces in supporting women colleagues whose research careers are jeopardized by the pandemic.

Mathematician Corinna Ulcigrai honored with Brin Prize

Corinna Ulcigrai was awareded the prestigious Brin Prize 2020. The award honors young mathematicians and is considered as the most important award in the field of dynamical systems.

The Brin Prize in dynamical systems is awared for an outstanding impact in the theory of dynamical systems or in related fields. The Prize recognizes mathematicians  who have made substantial impact in the field at an early stage of their careers.

Alessandra Celletti included among Forbes' "100 Italian successful women"

Alessandra Celletti is an Italian mathematician. Her research activity concerns dynamical systems, Kolmogorov–Arnold–Moser (KAM) theory, and celestial mechanics. She is full professor of Mathematical Physics at the University of Rome Tor Vergata.

The full list of celebrated women will appear in the Italian edition of Forbes magazine this April.

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