We kindly invite you to visit the exhibition " Women of Mathematics throughout Europe - A Gallery of portaits", which is hosted at the University of Primorska as part of the 8th European Congress of Mathematis from 15 May to 30 June 2021 in the lobby of the Armerija Palace on Tito Square 4 in Koper. The admission is free.
Due to the exceptional circumstances regarding the Covid-19 virus, and in accordance with government guidelines, University of Primorska has implemented specific measures to provide the safest possible visitor experience.
1. Entrance is possible for individuals and families only.
2. Enter the lobby only if you are feeling well. If you do not feel well, have a fever, sneeze, cough or have difficulty breathing, please visit us when your health improves.
3. Follow the rules of hand and cough hygiene. When you enter the lobby, please disinfect your hands.
4. The use of your own protective mask is mandatory.
5. Respect the safe distancing measures (minimum 2 m).
About the exhibition
The organizer of the exhibition »Women of Mathematics throught Europe - A Gallery of portaits« is the Committee for Women at the Society of Mathematicians, Physicists and Astronomers of Slovenia. The Committee is committed to promoting the study of mathematics, physics and astronomy among girls and women, and is working to preserve the historical memory of the achievements of women scientists. That is why the exhibition, where you will be able to get a closer look at the thoughts of 20 selected mathematicians from Europe, is related to May 12, which was set in 2018 in Rio De Janeiro to celebrate women in mathematics. On this day, Maryam Mirzakhani, an Iranian mathematician and professor of mathematics at Stanford University, was born in 1977. Despite her early death due to illness, Professor Mirzakhani was one of the world’s leading experts in geometry and dynamical systems, for her work she received the highest award in mathematical science in 2014 - the Fields Medal.