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Friday, March 08, 2019

Google Doodle celebrates the mathematician Olga Ledzhenkaya: 'One of the most influential thinkers of his generation

Russian mathematician Olga Ledzenskaya crossed the personal and political barriers and had permanent effect in many scientific areas ranging from weather forecasts to cardiology and oceanography.
Olga Ladyzhenskaya
celebrated Russian Google mathematician Olga Ladyzhenskaya on Thursday March 7, 2019 with a Google Doodle. It would have been her 97th birthday
On Thursday, Google celebrated his life and achievements with Google doodle, which was his 97th birthday.

Ladieszenskaya was known for its study on partial differential equations. Marshal Slimrod, a mathematician at the University of Wisconsin, told the New York Times: "If you think your weather is predictable, then you have to solve the exact equations that he had studied."

"said. One of Google's most influential thinkers of its generation.

Born in the rural town of Kologriva, more than 400 miles from Moscow, Ladyzenskaya received love for her father from a mathematician who came from Russian nobility. When he was 15, then there was a personal tragedy as his father, who was executed by the Soviet authorities, who called him "the kingdom". Her mother and sister sold clothes, shoes and soaps to cook food on the table.

Despite earning a position in Leningrad State University with its influential school grade, Ladyzenskaya was banned from participating due to her father's "enemy" status.

After years of teaching mathematics in orphanages and high schools, he was eventually placed in Moscow State University in 1943, where he taught his Ph.D. Ledzenskaya later moved to the laboratory of mathematical physics at Steklov Mathematical Institute, and published more than 250 letters as an author. After being a member for 39 years, in 1990, he became the head of the St. Petersburg Mathematical Society.

In recognition of his influential contribution to mathematics, Ladyzankaya was awarded the Lomonosov Gold Medal in 2002 by the Russian Academy of Sciences.

Like his disgruntled father, he does not back down criticizing the publicly repressive Soviet regime, often putting his security in danger. love With her literature, Ledzenskaya made friendship with vocal political critics Alexander Søljentzin and Anna Aktmatova.

Even after the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991 and after its financial crisis, Ledzenskaya chose to live in her homeland. At the age of 81, he died on 12 January 2004 in St. Petersburg.

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