# Isabelle Gallagher

Isabelle Gallagher | |
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Born | |

Nationality | French |

Awards | Prix Paul Doistau–Émile Blutet |

Academic background | |

Alma mater | Pierre and Marie Curie University |

Doctoral advisor | Jean-Yves Chemin |

Academic work | |

Discipline | Mathematics |

Sub-discipline | Partial differential equations |

Institutions | Paris Diderot University French National Centre for Scientific Research |

**Isabelle Gallagher** (born 27 October 1973) is a French mathematician. Her research concerns partial differential equations such as the Navier–Stokes equations, wave equation, and Schrödinger equation, as well as harmonic analysis of the Heisenberg group.^{[1]}^{[2]}

## Education and career[]

Gallagher was born on 27 October 1973, in Cagnes-sur-Mer.^{[3]} She earned her Ph.D. from Pierre and Marie Curie University in 1998. Her dissertation, supervised by Jean-Yves Chemin, concerned fluid dynamics.^{[4]}

She worked at the French Centre national de la recherche scientifique and then, in 2004, became a professor at Paris Diderot University.^{[1]}

## Recognition[]

In 2008, the French Academy of Sciences awarded her the Prix Paul Doistau–Émile Blutet.^{[2]} She was an invited speaker at the International Congress of Mathematicians in 2014.^{[5]} She won the CNRS Silver Medal in 2016.^{[6]}

## References[]

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^{a}^{b}Ferrand, Emmanuel (5 April 2009), "Rencontre avec Isabelle Gallagher" [Meeting with Isabelle Galagher],*Images des mathématiques: La recherche mathématique en mots et en images*(in French), CNRS. - ^ Jump up to:
^{a}^{b}*Isabelle Gallagher rewarded by the Academy of Sciences*, Fondation Sciences Mathématiques de Paris, retrieved 3 October 2015. **^***Curriculum vitae: Isabelle Gallagher*(PDF), retrieved 3 October 2015.**^**Isabelle Gallagher at the Mathematics Genealogy Project**^***ICM Plenary and Invited Speakers since 1897*, International Mathematical Union, retrieved 3 October 2015.**^***Médailles d'argent, de bronze et de cristal*, CNRS, Inst. nat. des sciences mathématiques et de leurs interactions, 26 February 2016, retrieved 27 February 2016.

- Living people
- French mathematicians
- Women mathematicians
- Pierre and Marie Curie University alumni
- People from Cagnes-sur-Mer
- 1973 births
- Prix Paul Doistau–Émile Blutet laureates