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LINQ 2013, 16 - 17 May 2013, Rome, Italy
This year LINQ 2013 and its motto ''Innovations and Quality: The Future of Digital Resources'' addresses and invites experts active in the field of Innovations and Quality in Lifelong Learning (LLL). Potential points of access to this field include new learning methods and design, Technology-Enhanced Learning (TEL), quality standards and certification, human resources development, competences and skills, digital resources, learning materials, and online collaboration and communities. A call for papers is open until 4 March.
Posted on 25 Feb 2013
The 1st International Conference on Internet Science, 10 - 11 April 2013, Brussels, Belgium
This is a multidisciplinary conference combining Computer Science, Sociology, Art, Mathematics, Physics, Complex systems analysis, Psychology, Economics, Law, Political Science, Epistemology and other relevant disciplines. The conference aims to foster a dialogue among scholars and practitioners belonging to these disciplines.
Posted on 25 Feb 2013
Senior executives from leading companies and universities seek to increase number of women in technology and computing
NCWIT Pacesetters is a fast-track program in which senior executives from universities and corporations commit to increasing their numbers of technical women. Pacesetters organizations work to recruit previously untapped talent pools of technical women and retain women who are at risk of leaving, resulting in "net new" women for their organizations.
Posted on 25 Feb 2013
Awards recognize women scientists in developing countries
Five researchers received the 2013 Elsevier Foundation Awards for Early Career Women Scientists in the Developing World for pioneering work that could contribute to life-saving research in Africa, the Middle East, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean. The prizes were presented by the Elsevier Foundation, the Organization for Women in Science for the Developing World (OWSD) and TWAS, the academy of sciences for the developing world to build research capacity and advance scientific knowledge throughout the developing world. The award included $5,000 and an all-expenses paid attendance at the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) annual meeting in Boston, where the winners received their prizes during a ceremony on February 16. During their stay, they also visited the labs of scientists who will be their mentors.
Posted on 25 Feb 2013
5th Women in Mathematics Summer School on Mathematical Theories towards Environmental Models, 27 May -1 June 2013, Trieste - Italy
Our planet is the setting for dynamical systems of all sorts, including geophysical, atmospheric, biological and the human processes. It is an excellent example of a forced, dissipative non-equilibrium system dominated by highly nonlinear processes and featuring multi-scale interactions, so that its understanding can be approached using the tools of dynamical systems and partial differential equations theories. The school aims at approaching different core problems of pure and applied mathematics in a multidisciplinary perspective. It will consist of short courses focusing on four topics of the current research: Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations, Dynamical Systems and Bifurcation Theory with Applications to the Dynamics of Planet Earth, Isogeometric Analysis and Numerical Analysis of Environmental Flows.
Posted on 09 Feb 2013
International Women’s Hackathon 2013, February 22-24, 2013, Worldwide on university campuses
The International Women’s Hackathon is a crowdsourcing event to empower young women leaders in computer science. By providing a fun and safe environment in which to explore computing, the hackathon is intended to encourage and support young university women around the world to become producers of future innovations in technology and help solve challenges in the world today.
Posted on 09 Feb 2013
AWIS Participating in the International Year of Statistics 2013
The Association for Women in Science (AWIS) has partnered with the American Statistical Association, one of the pioneering societies of the AWARDS project, to participate in the International Year of Statistics 2013 (IYSTAT or Statistics2013), a worldwide celebration of the contributions of statistical science to the advancement of our global society. As the largest multi-disciplinary organization for women in science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and medicine (STEMM) dedicated to achieving equity and full participation of women in all disciplines and across all employment sectors, AWIS will use the IYSTAT to: highlight the accomplishments of AWIS members, provide information on career opportunities and increase awareness of issues that impede progress in STEMM careers.
Posted on 09 Feb 2013
Submissions are now open for the 2013 Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing, to be held October 2-5, 2013 in Minneapolis
Submissions are encouraged from college students and professionals at all levels - from undergraduate students to entry-level industry employees to senior women in industry, government, and academia. Technical women and those who work with them (including technical men, corporate recruiters, nonprofit advocates, etc.) are all welcome to submit session proposals. This is a great opportunity to gain professional visibility as a subject matter expert, expand your network and advance your career. This year's conference will focus on key areas where emerging technologies are having dramatic impact. They are: Software Engineering, Mobile Experiences, Media & Entertainment, Medical Technology and Education Technology.
Posted on 22 Jan 2013
Trinity Professor Receives Federal Grant To Expand Computer Science In High Schools
The National Science Foundation has awarded a Trinity College professor a $902,732 grant, to be paid over the next three years, to train Connecticut high school educators how to teach computer science to teenagers, starting in Hartford. The goal for the science foundation, a federal agency that supports education and research, is to eventually expand the male-dominated computer science field to include women and underrepresented minorities, such as Latinos and African Americans, said Ralph Morelli, the Trinity professor.
Posted on 22 Jan 2013
Conference Hidden forms of discrimination of Women in Science, 7 march 2013, Maribor, Slovenija
The Comission for Women in Science, operating at Ministry for Education, Science Culture and Sport is organising the third conference about society conditions of science, especially from the gender view point. The main theme of the conference are the hidden forms of discriminnation of women in science. According to the mission of the Comission on the national level, it will recconect intellectual reflection and practical efforts to improve working conditions and a more visible, more equal role of women in decision-making about content and aspects of financial science. Special attention will be given to consideration how the current financial and economic crisis, and in particular the disproportionate austerity measures in the field of higher education and research activities threaten women who are in the academic and research sector in disproportionately large share of workers in precarious occupations. For more information please contact dr. Frederick Klampfer, coordinator of the organizing committee of the conference: friderik.klampfer @ um.si.
Posted on 22 Jan 2013

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