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Women and Mathematics 2016

Published 2016

Since 1994 with the support of the National Science Foundation, the Institute, together with Princeton University, has hosted an intensive 11-day mentoring program for undergraduate and graduate women in mathematics.

The program brings together research mathematicians with undergraduate and graduate students on the campus of the Institute for Advanced Study and is designed to address issues of gender imbalance in mathematics. Activities include lectures and seminars on a focused mathematical topic, mentoring, discussions on peer relations, an introduction to career opportunities and a women in sciences seminar.


Computer Driven Questions and Theorems in Geometry Part 1 by Moira Chas

Computer Driven Questions and Theorems in Geometry Part 2 by Moira Chas

Computer Driven Questions and Theorems in Geometry Part 3 by Moira Chas

Counting and Growth Part 1 by Moon Duchin

Counting and Growth Part 2 by Moon Duchin

Counting and Growth Part 3 by Moon Duchin

Closed Geodesics on Surfaces Part 1 by Nancy Hingston

Closed Geodesics on Surfaces Part 2 by Nancy Hingston

Closed Geodesics on Surfaces Part 3 by Nancy Hingston

Structures on the Free Loop Space Part 1 by Nathalie Wahl

Structures on the Free Loop Space Part 2 by Nathalie Wahl

Structures on the Free Loop Space Part 3 by Nathalie Wahl

Some Elementary Remarks about Close Complex Manifolds by Dennis Sullivan

Working with the Square Model of Random Groups by Yen Duong