- She was the first major Russian female mathematician
|Real name:||Sofia Vasilyevna Kovalevskaya|
|Born:||15 January 1850 Comment |
|When did Sofia Kovalevskaya die? / Died||10 February 1891|
|How many years did Sofia Kovalevskaya live? / Lived||41 years|
|Where was Sofia Kovalevskaya born?||Moscow, Russia|
|Where did Sofia Kovalevskaya die? / Deathplace ||Stockholm, Sweden|
Sofia Kovalevskaya Net worth 2022 (estimated)
|How much is Sofia Kovalevskaya worth?||Not disclosed yet. Comment|
Who was Sofia Kovalevskaya? / Facts
- She was responsible for some important original contributions to analysis, partial differential equations and mechanics
- She was the first woman appointed to a full professorship in Northern Europe and was also one of the first women to work for a scientific journal as an editor
- Her sister was the socialist and feminist Anne Jaclard
- There are several alternative transliterations of her name
- She herself used Sophie Kowalevski (or occasionally Kowalevsky), for her academic publications
- After moving to Sweden, she called herself Sonya
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- University of Göttingen (1874)
- Heidelberg University
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