Throughout history, there have been many women mathematicians who have made significant contribution to the field. The list includes many familiar and great female mathematicians such as Ada Lovelace, Shakuntala Devi, Emmy Noether, Sophie Germain, Maria Gaetana Agnesi.The women mathematicians featured in this list are from United States, United Kingdom, Canada & Australia and many more countries.
Katherine JohnsonKatherine Johnson
26 August 1918, American
Ada LovelaceAda Lovelace
10 December 1815, British
Countess of Lovelace

Shakuntala DeviShakuntala Devi
04 November 1929, Indian
Human Computer

0370 AD, Ancient Roman
Mathematician, Philosopher, Astronomer, Writer

Emmy NoetherEmmy Noether
23 March 1882, German

Sophie GermainSophie Germain
01 April 1776, French
Maria Gaetana AgnesiMaria Gaetana Agnesi
16 May 1718, Italian
Mathematician, Philosopher, Theologian

Mary SomervilleMary Somerville
26 December 1780, British, Scottish
Mathematician, Linguist, Translator, Astronomer,

Dorothy VaughanDorothy Vaughan
20 September 1910, American

Maryam MirzakhaniMaryam Mirzakhani
03 May 1977, Iranian
mathematician, topologist, university teacher
Juana Inés de la CruzJuana Inés de la Cruz
12 November 1651, Mexican
Poet, Nun, Writer, Mathematician, Philosopher,

Sofia KovalevskayaSofia Kovalevskaya
15 January 1850, Russian
Ruth LawrenceRuth Lawrence
02 August 1971, British
Mathematician, Topologist, University teacher

Hertha AyrtonHertha Ayrton
28 April 1854, British

Ingrid DaubechiesIngrid Daubechies
17 August 1954, Belgian, American
Mathematician, Physicist, University teacher
Jean BartikJean Bartik
27 December 1924, American
Computer software pioneer

Julia RobinsonJulia Robinson
08 December 1919, American
Mathematician, Philosopher, University teacher,
Dina KatabiDina Katabi

Maria ReicheMaria Reiche
15 May 1903, German, Peruvian

Mary Everest BooleMary Everest Boole
1832 AD, British
mathematician, philosopher
Agnes Meyer DriscollAgnes Meyer Driscoll
24 July 1889, American

Christine Ladd-FranklinChristine Ladd-Franklin
Evelyn Boyd GranvilleEvelyn Boyd Granville
01 May 1924, American
American mathematician

Kathleen OllerenshawKathleen Ollerenshaw
01 October 1912, British
Mathematician, Astronomer, Politician, Author,

Sofya Vasilyevna KovalevskayaSofya Vasilyevna Kovalevskaya
15 January 1850, Russian

Émilie du ChâteletÉmilie du Châtelet