Polish Women in Mathematics  and the Faculty of Applied Mathematics of the AGH University of Science and Technology

are pleased to invite to a conference

 On the Trail of Women in Mathematics - in Honor of Sofia Kowalewska

that will be held on  August 31 - September 2, 2019.

Venue of the conference - the Faculty of Applied Mathematics, Building B7, AGH University of Science and Technology, al. A. Mickiewicza 30, Kraków

This is the second conference in the series “On the Trail of Women in Mathematics”. Our aim is to promote acheviements of women, whose research, activity and publications put a significant contribution to science, mainly mathematics and related sciences.

The conference is organized in honor of “Princess of mathematics” - Professor Kowalewska and her noteworthy contributions to analysis, partial differential equations and mechanics together with her pioneering role as a female mathematician.

The conference is also intended to be one of the elements of the celebration of the 100th Jubilee of AGH, the Year of Mathematics and the 100th Anniversary of the Polish Mathematical Society.

Within the conference, latest achievements of researchers working in the field of mathematical and related sciences will be presented. The conference topics will cover large range of issues, mainly related to differential equations and their applications, but not limiting to these problems; various branches of mathematics shall be represented, as Sofia Kowalewska influenced wide range of these branches. The conference program will include plenary lectures, thematic and a poster sessions. An important element of the conference will be a discussion panel “Mobbing at universities”.

We are very happy to invite you to participate to our conference by giving a talk on your specialized area as participant.

Thematic sessions are invited for submission. A minimum of four speakers centering on a specific topic will be accepted. Send your proposal to the organizers This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. until May 30, 2019.