Today 7 March 2019, Google Doodle designed images to celebrate the 97th anniversary of Olga Ladyzhenskaya's birth. So who is Olga Ladyzhenskaya?
Olga Ladyzhenskaya full name is Olga Aleksandrovna Ladyzhenskaya, is a Russian mathematician. She is known to be the one who surpasses the fate and difficulties of life to become one of the most influential contemporary scientists in the world.
Olga Ladyzhenskaya is famous for her work on partial differential equations (especially the 19th mathematician David Hilbert1) and fluid dynamics in the Navier-Stokes2 equation .
Thanks to the dedication and love of the National Mathematics School, in 2002 (two years before her death on January 12, 2004) the Russian Academy of Sciences awarded the Lomonosov Gold Medal to Olga Ladyzhenskaya.
Image of Mathematician Olga Ladyzhenskaya on the Google homepage today 7 March.(Source: Google Doodle).
Born in the rural town of Kologriv in western Russia on March 7, 1922, Olga Ladyzhenskaya was soon born to a mathematician, inspired by the nobility of the Russian nobility of Russia.
The family incident happened when 15-year-old Olga Ladyzhenskaya, then the Soviet government arrested and executed her beloved father when he was accused of being an enemy of the state. Life became harsh and difficult when Olga Ladyzhenskaya and her mother and sisters struggled to earn a living without fatherhood.
Exceeding the fate of Olga Ladyzhenskaya's fatherless son, efforts to study and love mathematics instead of his father, but, despite graduating from high school with excellent grades, Olga Ladyzhenskaya is still excluded from the list. Student book of Leningrad State University because of the death of the father's surname.
After years of teaching Math for an orphanage and at a secondary school, Olga Ladyzhenskaya finally had the opportunity to study at Moscow National University, with the opportunity to study with the prominent Soviet mathematician. Ivan Petrovsky. Here, she obtained her doctorate and became the Head of the Laboratory of Physics-Mathematics at the Steklov Mathematical Institute.
Mathematician Olga Ladyzhenskaya when she was young.
In 1959, Olga Ladyzhenskaya was a member of the St. Mathematical Society. Petersburg. By 1990, she became president of the St. Mathematical Society. Petersburg.
Later, she chose to stay in Russia and work here despite the collapse of the Soviet Union and the economic pressures that ensued.
Olga Ladyzhenskaya had over 250 articles and works related to mathematics throughout her life. Her merits were recognized by many international scientific and mathematical organizations.
In the field of fluid dynamics alone, her research is still highly applicable today, specifically in oceanography, cardiovascular science, aerodynamics and weather forecasting.
In Russia alone, in 2002, the Russian Academy of Sciences awarded the Lomonosov Gold Medal for her constant dedication to her mathematical world.
From a fatherless father, who has been shunned by many people, Olga Ladyzhenskaya has overcome her pain of losing her father, continuing to love her math so that she can become one of the great scientists with country - The life of Olga Ladyzhenskaya has become a good example for many young science lovers in the Soviet Union and Russia.