Thursday, January 26, 2006
Maria Chudnovsky was born in Israel and is now assistant professor in the Department of Mathematics at Princeton and a Clay Research Fellow at The Clay Mathematics Institute. The largest secret photo of her on the web can be found here.
Chudnovsky, 28, yearns to understand the world completely. Why do storm clouds appear before it rains? Why do we catch cold? What was really wrong with her car? Most of the time, she ends up frustrated. So she takes comfort in the abstract realm of mathematics, where all facts derive from provable universal laws. Let's follow her on her never ending quest.
Her research includes graph theory and combinatorics. She received he Ph.D. from Princeton University in 2003. Her mind-blowing thesis was titled "Berge Trigraphs and Their Applications." A wonderful article about her appeared in Popular Science. Here is link to her CV. Here is a list of her publications.
It makes for the most interesting people you will ever meet.
If I wasn't that stupid at the time, I'd ask her out.
She's gorgeous in face, smile, and of course brain.
Solve one of the oldest conjecture in Combinatorics is the become the dreams of all mathematician.
Ms. Chudnovsky solve it :)
I've never met gorgeous mathematician women, except Ms. Chudnovsky.