World Meeting for Women in Mathematics on July 1 will be entirely online. After plenary speakers and lectures there is a panel discussion “Girls and Mathematics: reflections and initiatives”, dedicated to the memory of Yulia Zdanovska will follow. Yulia Zdanovska (2000-2022) was a brilliant young mathematician, silver medalist at the European Girls' Mathematical Olympiads in 2017. Working as a volunteer, she died on March 7 2022 in a fire caused by a Russian missile that hit her residential area in the eastern city of Kharkiv, in Ukraine.
To introduce the discussion, panelists will describe the various initiatives they are part of to encourage young women who love mathematics to follow their dreams.
The July 2 session celebrates Olga Alexandrovna Ladyzhenskaya. It is jointly organized with the Probability and Mathematical Physics conference and opened by professor Antti Kupiainen from the University of Helsinki and Marie-Francoise Roy, chair of the IMU Committee for Women in Mathematics.
It will take place in the morning at the University of Helsinki and be broadcasted for (WM)² attendees. Olga Alexandrovna Ladyzhenskaya (1922-2004) occupies a very special place in the history of mathematics and mathematical physics worldwide. Her theorems shaped the modern theory of Partial Differential Equations and inspired extraordinary advances in several branches of mathematical physics. The year 2022 marks her 100th birthday.
The session program includes the premiere screening of the film “Olga Alexandrovna Ladyzhenskaya” by Ekatrina Eremenko, and the announcement of the inaugural recipient of the Ladyzhenskaya Prize in Mathematical Physics.
Website of (WM)² https://2022.worldwomeninmaths.org/
Contact with (WM)² organizers: firstname.lastname@example.org
International Congress of Mathematicians 2022 (ICM 2022)
The opening ceremony for the ICM 2022 congress will be held in Helsinki on 5th July 2022, and at the ceremony, distinguished mathematicians will be awarded the Fields medals, the Carl Friedrich Gauss prize, the Chern medal, the Leelavati prize, and the Abacus prize for mathematical computing, which is sponsored by the University of Helsinki. Read more: Major international event in mathematics approaching in Helsinki.