ABOUT IWM ANNUAL CONFERENCE 2016

This conference is in continuation of a successful series of events, beginning in 2012, organized by the Indian Women and Mathematics. Information on previous IWM Annual Conferences can be found in the IWM archives.

This conference at the University of Hyderabad aims to bring together women students, college and university teachers and early-career researchers with mathematicians, especially women mathematicians, working at the frontiers of Mathematics, to exchange mathematical ideas and share their views.

A major goal of this event is to enable junior women mathematicians to interact with their senior colleagues, both individually and in small groups, as well as to present their work. To this end, in addition to the invited talks, there will be a poster session. Advanced Ph.D. students and early-career researchers are encouraged to apply for the poster session (when registering for this conference).

The organizing responsibilities are handled by the following persons:

Organizing Committee:

     Archana Morye
     University of Hyderabad
     B.Sri Padmavati (Chair)
     University of Hyderabad
     Neela Nataraj
     Indian Institute of Technology Bombay
     R. Radha
     University of Hyderabad
     T. Amaranath
     University of Hyderabad
     Riddhi Shah (Convener, IWM)
     Jawaharlal Nehru University,
     New Delhi


    Scientific Committee:

     B. Sri Padmavati
     University of Hyderabad
     Neela Nataraj (Chair)
     Indian Institute of Technology Bombay
     Riddhi Shah
     Jawaharlal Nehru University,
     New Delhi
     

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    Updates

    MAY 2:
    The list of selected participants is now up.
    MAY 28:
    The list of speakers presenting a contributed talk, and the list of poster presenters, is now up.
    MAY 28:
    Those participants who have not yet confirmed their participation should confirm, or let us know if they cannot attend, as soon as possible.
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    Funding Agencies

    National Board for Higher Mathematics

    Committee for Women in Mathematics