Ruth I. Michler Memorial Prize

Summary

The Ruth I. Michler Memorial Prize is an annual prize in mathematics, awarded by the Association for Women in Mathematics to honor outstanding research by a female mathematician who has recently earned tenure. The prize funds the winner to spend a semester as a visiting faculty member at Cornell University, working with the faculty there and presenting a distinguished lecture on their research.[1][2] It is named after Ruth I. Michler (1967–2000), a German-American mathematician born at Cornell, who died young in a construction accident.[3]

The award was first offered in 2007. Its winners and their lectures have included:[1][2][4]

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b Ruth I. Michler Memorial Prizes, Association for Women in Mathematics, retrieved 2019-10-26
  2. ^ a b The Ruth I Michler Memorial Prize of the AWM, MacTutor History of Mathematics Archive, retrieved 2019-10-26
  3. ^ O'Connor, John J.; Robertson, Edmund F., "Ruth Ingrid Michler", MacTutor History of Mathematics archive, University of St Andrews
  4. ^ Michler Lecture Series, Cornell University, retrieved 2019-10-26. See also Department of Mathematics Michler Lecture Series - Julie Bergner, The University of Virginia. Talk Title: 2-Segal structures and the Waldhausen S-construction, Cornell University, retrieved 2019-10-26