http://m.motherjones.com/mixedmedia/2014/08/maryammirzakhanifirstwomanfieldsmedalmathematics
This is a bright day fpr both mathematicians and women around the world and hopefully an accurate sign of what's to come. 

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octorockandroll wrote: http://m.motherjones.com/mixedmedia/2014/08/maryammirzakhanifirstwomanfieldsmedalmathematics This is a bright day fpr both mathematicians and women around the world and hopefully an accurate sign of what's to come. ...is it terrible of me that my first thought was "I hope she doesn't have to leave the country to accept it because she's probably not getting back in." >.> 



runec wrote: octorockandroll wrote: http://m.motherjones.com/mixedmedia/2014/08/maryammirzakhanifirstwomanfieldsmedalmathematics This is a bright day fpr both mathematicians and women around the world and hopefully an accurate sign of what's to come. ...is it terrible of me that my first thought was "I hope she doesn't have to leave the country to accept it because she's probably not getting back in." >.> Well with Trump's recent gag order more and more scientists have come to Canada or the UK so I doubt it will be any harder for a mathematician at least 

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runec wrote: ...is it terrible of me that my first thought was "I hope she doesn't have to leave the country to accept it because she's probably not getting back in." >.> She won and accepted the award three years ago, so, yeah, it's kind of terrible for you to think that. The math just doesn't add up. 

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This news was from 3 years ago. She is a professor of mathematics at my school, though I never took her class, I didn't need to, I'm studying engineering in grad school, not math. But I did see her in campus a few times. Her research in Teichmüller Theory & Ergodic Theory though mostly theoretical also has implications for physics and quantum field theory.




aeb0717 wrote: runec wrote: ...is it terrible of me that my first thought was "I hope she doesn't have to leave the country to accept it because she's probably not getting back in." >.> She won and accepted the award three years ago, so, yeah, it's kind of terrible for you to think that. The math just doesn't add up. I love you. Marry me. 

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Haru_no_hana wrote: This news was from 3 years ago. She is a professor of mathematics at my school, though I never took her class, I didn't need to, I'm studying engineering in grad school, not math. But I did see her in campus a few times. Her research in Teichmüller Theory & Ergodic Theory though mostly theoretical also has implications for physics and quantum field theory. interesting....so they are posting news from years ago too hard to believe that we would be running out of current news 

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Field Medals in Mathematics are only awarded every 4 years and only for people 40 years or less[ citation granted ] . it's far more competitive, and only the smartest, genius mathematicians with a breakthrough discovery in mathematics can even hope of being awarded the honor. comparing it to the yearly Nobel Prize award is almost like an insult tbh. edited to make sure it's clear i'm talking about Field Medal in Mathematics. i think there's also one for Physics but not sure nevermind, it's a Mathematician's exclusive. 

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namealreadytaken wrote: Field Medals are only awarded every 4 years and only for people 40 years or less[ citation granted ] . it's far more competitive, and only the smartest, genius mathematicians with a breakthrough discovery in mathematics can even hope of being awarded the honor. comparing it to the yearly Nobel Prize award is almost like an insult tbh. I just want to say that I absolitely agree with everything said here and would like to add that the Field Medals are awarded based on actual merit and objective accomplishment. They are not a popularity contest like the nobel prize. 

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namealreadytaken wrote: Field Medals in Mathematics are only awarded every 4 years and only for people 40 years or less[ citation granted ] . it's far more competitive, and only the smartest, genius mathematicians with a breakthrough discovery in mathematics can even hope of being awarded the honor. comparing it to the yearly Nobel Prize award is almost like an insult tbh. edited to make sure it's clear i'm talking about Field Medal in Mathematics. i think there's also one for Physics but not sure. edit: nevermind, it's Mathematician's exclusive. then again, all other subjects are really just applied mathematics, anyway. Spoiler Alert! Click to show or hide Idk if you or anyone finds this interesting but I think I remember Rodney Mullen (Famous Skater) in one of his talks on TED or TEDx (or maybe it was for another organization) say that he met one of the guys who got the fields metal and they became friends. During one of their conversations the guy said that (and I'm paraphrasing) he sometimes walks into collage campus math class that's in session, listens in for the whole talk and has no clue what they're even talking about made me think about what it means to be a "genius" or "smart" regardles if that story is true or not. 

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