# women of mathematics

We talk to Julia Gog, one of the women featured in the Women of Mathematics photo exhibition.

We continue our series featuring some of Cambridge's Women of Mathematics, with this 2017 interview with Nilanjana Datta.

Revisit this podcast from 2017, when we spoke to Natalia Berloff, one of the women featured in the Women of Mathematics photo exhibition.

From the mathematics of shuffling to tackling the COVID-19 pandemic, we've really enjoyed speaking to all of these female mathematicians about their work over the last year.

We talk to Carola-Bibiane Schönlieb, one of the women featured in the Women of Mathematics photo exhibition.

We talk to Holly Krieger, one of the women featured in the Women of Mathematics photo exhibition.

*Women of Mathematics*photo exhibition.

Holly Krieger works in dynamical systems theory, in particular on chaotic systems. Some of her greatest mathematical moments have come from teaching students.

Julia Gog is a mathematical biologist, helping to understand how infectious diseases spread. One of her favourite eureka moments came while she was playing a computer game.

Nilanjana Datta works in quantum information theory. She loves how mathematics can describe nature simply and elegantly.

Anne-Christine Davis is a professor of theoretical physics whose long career has seen attitudes towards women change for the better. She had to put up with quite a lot at the start.