Zahedi is being recognized for her efforts to improve computer simulations of the behavior of fluids that don’t mix together. Zahedi, 34, is the only woman to win one of this year’s prizes, which were announced during the 7th European congress of Mathematics held in Berlin on July 18-22. Working as a professor at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, she’s one of only nine female recipients of the honorable prize since it began in 1992 and will receive a check for 5,000 euros. Born in Tehran, Zahedi grew up without a father. When she was 10, her mother sent her to Sweden, on her own. Zahedi pointed to her experiences in the country saying “I didn’t have any friends and I didn’t know any Swedish but math was a language I understood.” “In math class, I was able to communicate with my peers and I was able to make friends by solving problems with them,” she added. Zahedi is an expert in numerical analysis, a study of how to make computer simulations more efficient and accurate. She creates simulations of fluids that do not mix well, such as water, oil and gas. Zahedi is one of 1,300 participants, and among the stars of European congress of Mathematics in Berlin.
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