Viviane Baladi (born 23 May 1963) is a mathematician who works as a director of research at the Centre national de la recherche scientifique (CNRS) in France. Originally Swiss, she has become a naturalized citizen of France.[1] Her research concerns dynamical systems. Education and career Baladi earned master’s degrees in…


Helene Stähelin
Helene Stähelin (18 July 1891 Wintersingen – 30 December 1970 Basel) was a Swiss mathematician, teacher, and peace activist.[1] Between 1948 and 1967, she was president of the Swiss section of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom and its representative in the Swiss Peace Council.[2][3] Early life and…

Catherine Bandle
Catherine Bandle (born 22 March 1943)[1] is a Swiss mathematician known for her research on differential equations, including semilinear elliptic equations and reactiondiffusion equations, and for her book on isoperimetric inequalities. She is a professor emerita of mathematics at the University of Basel.[2] Education and career Bandle completed her doctorate…

Ana M. L. G. Cannas da Silva
Ana M. L. G. Cannas da Silva (born 1968) is a Portuguese mathematician specializing in symplectic geometry and geometric topology. She works in Switzerland as an adjunct professor in mathematics at ETH Zurich.[1] Early life and education Cannas was born in Lisbon. After studying at St. John de Britto College,[2]…

Chloé Frammery
Chloé Frammery, also known as Chloé F., is a FrenchSwiss mathematician, activist, vlogger, and lecturer. Her media coverage and popularity[1][2] are due in particular for her contribution to the information about the COVID19 pandemic as part of the protests against responses to the COVID19 pandemic.[3][4][5][6][7][8][9] Biography Chloé Frammery is a…

Sophie Piccard
Sophie Piccard (1904–1990) was a RussianSwiss mathematician who became the first female full professor (professor ordinarius) in Switzerland.[1][2] Her research concerned set theory, group theory, linear algebra, and the history of mathematics.[1] Early life and education Piccard was born on September 27, 1904, in Saint Petersburg, with a French Huguenot…

Alessandra Iozzi
Alessandra Iozzi (born 25 January 1959) is an Italianborn mathematician known for her research in geometric group theory. Originally from Rome, she holds Italian, Swiss, and American citizenships,[1] and works as an adjunct professor of mathematics at ETH Zurich.[2] Education and careerIozzi obtained a laurea at the Sapienza University of…

Eva BayerFluckiger
Eva BayerFluckiger (born 25 June 1951) is a Hungarian and Swiss mathematician. She is an Emmy Noether Professor Emeritus at École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne. She has worked on several topics in topology, algebra and number theory, e.g. on the theory of knots, on lattices, on quadratic forms and on…

Meike Maria Elisabeth Akveld
Meike Maria Elisabeth Akveld is a Swiss mathematician and textbook author, whose professional interests include knot theory, symplectic geometry, and mathematics education. She is a tenured senior scientist and lecturer in the mathematics and teacher education group in the Department of Mathematics at ETH Zurich.[1][2][3] She is also the organizer of the Mathematical Kangaroo competitions in Switzerland,[4] and president…