Emmy Noether

Amalie Emmy Noether (Erlangen, Bavaria, 23 de martio 1882Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, 14 de april 1935) era un mathematico german qui faceva contributiones multo importante a algebra abstracte e physica theoretic.[1]

Emmy Noether
Sexo feminin
Nascentia 1882-03-23 (Erlangen)
Decesso 1935-04-14 (Bryn Mawr)
Causa de decesso ovarian cyst[*]
Loco de reposo Old Library[*]
Ethnicitate Judeo
Citatania Germania, German Reich[*]
Educate in University of Erlangen-Nuremberg[*], University of Göttingen[*], Heidelberg University[*]
Occupation mathematico, physico, professor universitari[*]
Obras notabile Noether's theorem[*]
Partito politic Social Democratic Party of Germany[*], Independent Social Democratic Party of Germany[*]
Parentes patre Max Noether[*]
Fratres/sorores Fritz Noether[*], Alfred Noether[*]
Premios Ackermann–Teubner Memorial Award[*]
Lingua anglese, francese, germano
ISNI 0000 0001 2281 8450
VIAF 73918294
Commons Emmy Noether


  1. Emily Conover (12 June 2018). Emmy Noether changed the face of physics; Noether linked two important concepts in physics: conservation laws and symmetries.