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Women in Mathematics Mar 19
Congratulations to Karen Uhlenbeck first woman to win the prestigious Abel Prize.
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European Maths Soc Mar 19
Karen Uhlenbeck wins the “for her pioneering achievements in geometric partial differential equations, gauge theory and integrable systems, and for the fundamental impact of her work on analysis, geometry and mathematical physics.” Citation:
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MAA Nov 10
RIP John Tate, an esteemed mathematician and recipient of the .
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Federico Ardila May 21
A wonderful autobiography by 2019 winner Karen Uhlenbeck: I really appreciate that she does not shy away from her humanity, and she acknowledges the social and political movements that pave the way for women and minorities in math.
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Timothy Revell no longer on a blockchain Mar 19
. has become the first woman to win the (aka the Nobel prize of mathematics) She wins it for her work on gauge theory and geometric analysis, which have far-reaching impacts in both maths and physics.
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Robbert Dijkgraaf Mar 19
Congratulations to my dear friend and long-term visitor Karen Uhlenbeck, 2019 laureate. Fantastic mathematician, role model, and honorary physicist—her work on moduli spaces is crucial for understanding modern gauge theories.
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MAA Mar 29
Karen Uhlenbeck, the most recent winner of the , discusses her path into mathematics and her experience as a woman in the field.
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QuinteScience Mar 19
Replying to @abel_prize
If you are a Spanish speaker and you want to know more about this year's laureate, the great Karen Uhlenbeck, check out this thread by us!
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The Abel Prize Oct 18
John Torrence Tate has passed away. Tate won the of 2010 for his vast and lasting impact on the theory of numbers. Tate was a man dedicated to mathematics, but he also enjoyed being outdoors, hiking and playing basketball. He was 94 years old. May he rest in peace.
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MAKERS Mar 19
Women breaking every ceiling. 👏 👏 👏 Congratulations to Karen Uhlenbeck, winner of the 2019 , often referred to as the Nobel Prize of mathematics. The first woman to ever win this prestigious award. 🙌
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Princeton University Mar 19
Replying to @the_IAS
“I am aware of the fact that I am a role model for young women in mathematics ... It’s hard to be a role model, however, because what you really need to do is show students how imperfect people can be and still succeed." (Photo: Andrea Kane / )
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The Abel Prize Dec 23
Abel Prize laureate of 2009, Mikhail Gromov, was born in Boksitogorsk, Soviet Union (Russia) on this day in 1943. Gromov won the for his "revolutionary contributions to geometry". Read more about his work:
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Robbert Dijkgraaf Mar 19
Behind the scenes with fresh 2019 winner Karen Uhlenbeck with Bob Williams. Holding hands and... blackboard chalk! Always a mathematician.
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Govindini Murty Mar 23
Some good news in the midst of the craziness: brilliant U.S. mathematician Karen Uhlenbeck is the first woman to win the prestigious Abel Prize! She "helped pioneer a field known as geometric analysis" Very cool!
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London Maths Society Mar 19
Caroline Series President and Nigel Hitchin past President join the panel at the Science Gallery, London to discuss the Abel Laureate’s work.
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AMSI Mar 29
In the wake of Karen Uhlenbeck's win, why don't we take a look at some of history's other most influential female mathematicians?
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Hilde C. Bjørnland May 21
Congratulation to Karen K. Uhlenbeck, winner of the Abel prize 2019! Her work has led to some of the most important advances in mathematics the last 40 years. Uhlenbeck is the first woman to win the Abel Prize!
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STEM Fatale Podcast Apr 1
Episode 32! Emma tells Emlyn about the computer, mathematician, and rocket scientist, Annie Easley, and Emlyn tells Emma about the first female winner of the , Dr. Karen Uhlenbeck!
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Dr. Christine Allen 🇨🇦 Mar 19
A great day for ! Karen Uhlenbeck has become the first woman to win the prestigious (aka Nobel prize of mathematics).
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Institute for Advanced Study (IAS) Jun 4
Watch "Glimpses into the Calculus of Variations," the 2019 lecture by prize laureate Karen Uhlenbeck. With related lectures by Women and Mathematics cofounder Chuu-Lian Terng, on "Solitons in Geometry," and others.
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