EWM-NL

Newsletter september 2017

Newsletter may 2017

 

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EWM-NL is a platform for all female professional mathematicians working in The Netherlands and forms the Dutch branch of the EWM. EWM-NL organises activities for women in mathematics. These activities are aimed at supporting women in their careers, raising the visibility of women in mathematics, and providing a platform for discussion. We distribute news about relevant events and vacancies through the EWM-NL mailing list. 

Organisation
The organising committee of EWM-NL currently consists of three coordinators and an advisory board. The coordinators are responsible for the activities of EWM-NL and for sending regular reports, including statistics on women in mathematics in the Netherlands, to the European network.

EWM-NL is financially supported by NWO via Platform Wiskunde Nederland, the Dutch platform for mathematics in the Netherlands.

Coordinators (2017)

Anna Kruseman: Meetings Coordinator (PhD candidate at Utrecht University)
Brigit Sollie: Treasurer (PhD candidate at VU Amsterdam)
Francesca Arici: Media Coordinator (Postdoc at Radboud University Nijmegen)
Maria Vlasiou: President (Associate professor at Eindhoven University of Technology)
Sanne Willems: Webmaster (PhD candidate at Leiden University)

from left to right: Maria, Anna, Francesca, Sanne, Birgit

Previous Coordinators (2015-2017)
Stéphanie van der Pas
(president, PhD student at Leiden University)
Sarah Gaaf (coordinator, PhD student at TU Eindhoven)
Lisanne Rens (coordinator, PhD student at CWI and Leiden University

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Previous coordinators (2013-2015)
Valentijn Karemaker
, PhD student at Utrecht University
KaYin Leung
, PhD student at Utrecht University and the UMCU

Advisory board
Mathisca de Gunst
, professor in mathematics at VU Amsterdam
Vivi Rottschäfer
, associate professor in mathematics at Leiden University

Contact

info “at” ewmnetherlands.nl
for getting involved, questions, suggestions and news.

 

 

 

 

 

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