Tilla Weinstein

Weinstein in Berkeley, 1981 Tilla Weinstein (1934–2002, née Savanuck, also published as Tilla Klotz and Tilla K. Milnor) was an American mathematician known for her mentorship of younger women in mathematics. Her research concerned differential geometry, including conformal structures, harmonic maps, and Lorentz surfaces. She taught for many years at Rutgers University, where she headed the mathematics department in the Douglass Residential College. Provided by Wikipedia

by Weinstein, Tilla
Published 1996
De Gruyter