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On this page you will find a selection of exhibitions with galleries of portraits of women mathematicians created by institutes, organizations or private persons. Please let us know if you are aware of other good sources which might be included.

Indian woman in mathematics Neena Gupta receives the 2021 Ramanujan Prize

Professor Neena Gupta received the Prize for her outstanding work in affine algebraic geometry and commutative algebra, in particular for her solution of the Zariski cancellation problem for affine spaces. She is the third woman to receive the Ramanujan Prize, which was first awarded in 2005 and is administered by ICTP jointly with the Department of Science and Technology (DST, Government of India), and the International Mathematical Union (IMU).

ICM 2022 Emmy Noether Lecturer: Marie-France Vignéras

ICM Emmy Noether Lecture honors women who have made fundamental and sustained contributions to the mathematical sciences, it was presented for the first time in 1994. The 2022 ICM Emmy Noether Lecture will be delivered by Marie-France Vignéras, Professor Emeritus of the Institut de Mathématiques de Jussieu, Paris, France.
More information on the announcement of the Emmy Noether Lecture here.

Prix Jeune Chercheur de l'Académie Tunisienne des sciences, des lettres et des arts “Beit al-Hikma”to Selma Negzaoui

Selma Negzaoui, TWMA chair, AXMA member and CWM ambassador in Tunisia, receives the young researcher prize from the Tunisian Academy of Sciences, Humanities and Arts "Beit Elhikma" for the year 2021 for her work in harmonic analysis. See here.

Liliana Forzani first woman President of the Mathematical Union of Latin America and Caribbean (UMALCA)

CWM Ambassador for Argentina Liliana Forzani was elected as UMALCA President for the period 2021-2024.

Liliana graduated with her first degree in Applied Mathematics in 1988 from the Universidad Nacional del Litoral, and completed a PhD in Mathematics in 1993 at the Universidad Nacional de San Luis, in Argentina. Then in 2007 she finished a second PhD, in Statistics, at the University of Minnesota.

CWM Call 2022

The CWM 2022 call for Networks, Workshops and other initiatives is opened till 15 December, 2021.

Because the COVID crisis is far from being over, (totally or partially) virtual on-line events are welcome and non -virtual projects should explain their plans in case they have to turn virtual.

There will be no other CWM call for applications regarding activities in 2022.

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