Emmy Noether

Scientists look around the universe and see amazing structure. There are objects and processes of fantastic complexity. Every action in our universe follows exact laws of nature that are perfectly expressed in a mathematical language. These laws of nature appear fine-tuned to bring about life,...
Hermann Weyl , Professor in the School of Mathematics (1933–51, Emeritus 1951–55), delivered a eulogy for Emmy Noether , one of the first Visitors to the Institute from 1933–35, at Bryn Mawr just two weeks after her passing. In his address, Weyl mourned...
On Friday, May 6 , the Institute for Advanced Study will host a public event, “Celebrating Emmy Noether , which will take place at 5:30 p.m. in Wolfensohn Hall on the Institute campus. The event will feature talks on the work and life of Emmy Noether, one of the first Visitors at the Institute from 1933–35.