In 2017 The American Mathematical Society (A.M.S)
founded in 1888, appoints prof. Rosanna Iembo an AMS lifetime member .
This nomination comes after many years of membership of the Mathematical Association of America (M.A.A)
A NEW DAWN By ‘narrative voice’ of Leonardo da Vinci
by Rosanna Iembo, mathematician
Irene Iaccarino, violinist, professor of Music High School
Maria Rosaria Iaccarino, violinist, violist, headmaster
Blue Bear, Denver, Colorado, USA, JMM 2020 2020
POETRY READING, Denver, Colorado, USA - 2020 "A NEW DAWN by ‘narrative voice’ of Leonardo da Vinci".
Rosanna Iembo, mathematician
Irene Iaccarino, violinist, professor of Music High School
Maria Rosaria Iaccarino, violinist, violist, Headmaster
Pitagora, Escher and United States of America
by Rosanna Iembo, M. Rosaria Iaccarino, Irene Iaccarino on MAA SIGMAA-ARTS Magazine, Issue 4, USA
Pitagora, Escher and United States of America.
Rosanna Iembo, M. Rosaria Iaccarino, Irene Iaccarino at the exhibit on Escher.
ISSUE 3 OF SIGMAA - ARTS NEWSLETTER (USA) - 2018
2018 May 5 , Rotary Club, Piazza Castello-Crotone
The poem of numbers
Music, poetry, mathematics, art and food: a path of interdisciplinary knowledge in the world
VII edition “Giovanni Carcea” Prize to
Rosanna Iembo, lifetime AMS mathematician
Mathematician Rosanna Iembo in Municipality for the Pi Greek day
In the Pi Greek Day, Saturday, March 17 at 10.30 in the council chamber, the meeting “The ancient heart of interdisciplinary research: an intersection of music, poetry, art and mathematics”, was held with the world class professor Rosanna Iembo, mathematician. Professor Rosanna Iembo, a Lifetime member of American Mathematicians (AMS), presented her very personal work and a poem that she performed live, letting us navigate through the Pythagorean, Vincentian and Dante’s knowledge up to day.
Rosanna Iembo, mathematician, with Irene and Miriam Iaccarino, violinists, in SIGMAA - ARTS Newsletter, Special Interest Group of the MAA on Mathematics and the Arts (USA) - June 2017
A Marriage of Music and Mathematics
Italian mathematician and musician Rosanna Iembo is an interdisciplinary star that I have had the pleasure of meeting and hearing at poetry readings held at mathematics conferences. Iembo combines mathematical storytelling with live music; here is a link to a musical video of “The Marriage of Myia and Milo” narrated by Iembo, with musical accompaniment by her daughters and, below, I offer an abbreviated sample of a math-related portion of the poetic text.
An Evening of Poetry & Art
organized by SIGMAA – ARTS & Journal of Humanistic Mathematics, Joint Mathematics Meetings 2017
Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Rosanna Iembo from Crotone like Theanò, ambassador of the Pythagorean School in the world.
Special mention to Professor Iembo, Mathematics of America - March 7, 2017
Rosanna Iembo, a Pythagorean vision
On the need to retrieve Pythagorean teachings, Rosanna Iembo, mathematician, theologian and poet, is convinced. Also this year her work based on Pythagorean philosophy and interdisciplinarity has been very successful in the United States of America.
Pythagoras Museum, Crotone (Italy)
This morning at the “Pythagoras” Museum there was not just the feast of math, science and technology but above all the feast of the students from different schools in Crotone.
Culture: Crotone and STEM; Iembo, Calabria: back to its roots.
(AGI) – Crotone, 2017 March 29 – “”Calabria must go back to its roots, starting from the culture in terms of interdisciplinarity.”
Thus Rosanna Iembo, mathematician from Crotone, recently appointed lifetime member of the Mathematicians of the United States, comments to AGI.
This is her thought about the Stem (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics), a day of knowledge of the scientific disciplines promoted by the Ministry of Education, University and Research held for the first time in Calabria, in the city of Pythagoras thanks to the commitment of the Calabrian researcher. At the event, held in the Pythagoras park of the city, at least 200 people attended, mostly students of middle and high schools and one elementary school. “We can talk about everything,” explains Iembo, “at any age,” and we turned to young people aged 7 to 18. No wonder the initiative was appreciated by both adults and teenagers.” Professor Iembo showed at the auditorium her work recently presented at the Joint Mathematics Meetings in Seattle (USA) and it was very appreciated. The work combines science, mathematics and music. “An interdisciplinarity,” says the researcher, “dating back to the Pythagorean School and I would really like Calabria to re-appropriate of its past to plan its future.” Crotone is among the few Italian cities to host the STEM event. Miriam Iaccarino, musician and teacher, who worked for the full involvement of the town schools, explains the meaning: “The Stem promote scientific disciplines especially among girls who, by convention, often chose humanistic studies. The STEM started in the United States in the 2000s.
In Crotone this is the first time. (AGI) Adv.
From Crotone (Italy) to the USA, Calabrian Mathematician Appointed AMS Lifetime Member: "Pythagoras is still alive"
Crotone (Italy), special mention to Professor Rosanna Iembo
The deputy mayor and councillor for culture Antonella Cosentino met with Professor Rosanna Iembo, who recently received great awards at the World Meeting of American Mathematicians.
In giving thanks on behalf of the Mayor Pugliese and the city community for the positive light that, through her work, was given to the City of Crotone at an international level, the deputy mayor communicated to prof. Iembo that the City Government will give her the high degree of the Honorable Mention. This special mention is a way by which the City Government wants to point out to the public estimation the meritorious work of those fellow-citizens who are distinguished in the cultural, productive and social sphere, and that through their activities make important contributions to the development of the territory and to the image of the city of Crotone. Professor Iembo, recently attending the World Meeting of Mathematicians in the United States, received remarkable appreciation for her scientific work on mathematics, art, music, science, philosophy, history, nutrition, health and sports.
WOMEN'S DAY WITH ROSANNA IEMBO
A different way to celebrate the women’s day chosen by the “Pitagora” High School in Crotone, that is, students met Rosanna Iembo mathematician, who has become a lifetime member of American Mathematical Society (AMS) thanks to her tireless commitment in the field of research founded on the philosophical and scientific thinking of the Pythagorean School.
The Principal Nicola Armignacca introduced the meeting, recalling how still today full equality between men and women needs to be achieved and how the figure of Rosanna Iembo represents an example of “excellent” woman not only in our territory but internationally. The meeting, carried out within the activities planned for the “ClassicaMente KR-eativi” project, has been particularly intense and has brought Iembo to the places where everything started.
The researcher was a student of the “Pitagora” High School and emotionally has talked about and remembered her training. She told the students and their teachers how important it was for her to study Latin, Greek, Philosophy and all the disciplines that are part of the classical high school that “opened” her mind and helped her in her course of study. Certainly to all this, must be added the great dedication and commitment that characterizes the work of Prof. Iembo, who recently participated in the World Meeting of Mathematicians in the United States and received a remarkable appreciation for her scientific work embracing Mathematics, Art, Music, Science, Philosophy, History, Nutrition, Health and Sports. Spurred by the questions of the students, the researcher gave voice to one of her greatest aspirations, namely to realize something important here in Crotone with the schools because, (Iembo says) “It needs to achieve a cultural revolution starting from the bottom to the highest levels of our community. “It needs a shot of pride,” and this can happen only through the new generations.