D.W.WEEKS LECTURE SERIES
Organizers: Shan-Yuan Ho, Gigliola Staffilani, Katrin Wehrheim
This lecture series presents:
Wonderful mathematics from all over the
Every scientific area, presented for
Everybody with a basic
Knowledge and interest in mathematics by awesome
Speakers, who often happen to be women.
The lecture series is named in honour of Dorothy W. Weeks, who was the first woman awarded a Ph.D. in Mathematics at MIT in 1930. She had a substantial career as a professor and head of physics at Wilson College (PA), and as a researcher in the spectroscopy lab at MIT. She died in Newton, MA in 1990.
This series is intended for a general audience and in particular advanced undergraduates or beginning graduate students. There will be pizza available after each talk.
Mathematicians of all levels, areas, and genders are welcome!
- For titles and abstracts from past lecture series, visit the archive.