Parts of the exhibition will be shown at
Weierstrass Institute for Applied Analysis and Stochastics
March 18th, 2024 at 3 pm
Women in Math Introduction of the Iris Runge Program March 18th, 2024 Under the umbrella of the Iris Runge Program, various gender equality measures at WIAS are bundled to promote the career development of female scientists and to enable them to remain in science. The Iris Runge Postdoc Program aims to promote women in math after their doctorate by serving as a stepping stone in fostering their scientific career. Its goal is to support female scientists in their early postdoc phase in developing their individual research profile on their career path towards renowned scientists. It is intended for postdocs in the early stage up to three years after completing their doctorate. WIAS offers a two plus one year postdoctoral position in one of its research groups. The program started in September, 2023 with its first call for applications. In January 2024, the first two postdocs in the program, Anieza Maltsi (Research Group Partial Differential Equations) and Jin Yan (Research Group Laser Dynamics), started their work at WIAS. On March 18th, 2024 we celebrate women in math: Along with the introduction of our first two program participants Anieza Maltsi and Jin Yan, the program features a talk by Renate Tobies on Iris Runge and the opening of the touring exhibition Women of Mathematics from around the world - a gallery of portraits . The exhibition, proudly hosted by WIAS in its library, offers a glimpse into the world of mathematics through photographs of female mathematicians by Noel Tovia Matoff and excerpts of interviews by Sylvie Paycha and Sara Azzali.The event takes place at the Erhard Schmidt Lecture Room, Mohrenstr. 39, 10117 Berlin. For the reception and opening of the exhibition we will move to the Library, Hausvogteiplatz 5-7, next door.
Renate Tobies: Iris Runge. A life at the Crossroads of Mathematics, Science, and Industry. Vita
Jin Yan: From deterministic to random dynamical systems Abstract
Anieza Maltsi: Introduction to photoacoustic imaging Abstract
Reception and opening of the exhibition
Women of Mathematics from around the World - A gallery of portraits
The event is free of charge. However, we kindly ask all participants to register here until March 13th, 2024.
Dr. Johanna Wiehe
More information as well as a registration form can be found here.