Contributed to theoretical physics by revolutionizing algebra, ring, and field theories. Norbert Wiener and other mathematicians called her the most important female figure in the history of mathematics.
She studied math at the University of Erlangen and wrote her dissertation in 1907.
She was not permitted to teach math at the University of Gottingen.
Her father was Jewish mathematician Max Noether.
Albert Einstein also called her the most important woman in the history of math.