Opportunities for Young Women Researchers - Panel discussion on the occasion of International Women's Day 2023
During the panel discussion, various student and university representatives will discuss the career opportunities and possibilities for young female scientists from the STEM field in research. Afterwards, there will be the opportunity to network and exchange ideas at a reception and snack in the Faculty of Computer Science and Mathematics foyer. The event officially ends at 5 pm.
Professor Dr. Bettina Noltenius, Chair of Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Criminology and Philosophy of Law at the Faculty of Law; Vice President for Studies, Teaching and Ethics.
Professor Dr. Michael Grimm, Chair of Development Economics, School of Business, Economics and Information Systems
Professor Dr. Karoline Reinhardt, Chair of Applied Ethics (Tenure Track Professorship)
Shekoufeh Neisarian, Deputy Women's Representative of the Faculty of Computer Science and Mathematics
Dr. Dominik Schrey, lecturer at the Chair of Media Cultural Studies with a focus on Digital Cultures, Faculty of Arts and Humanities, and Deputy Women's Representative of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities
Dr. Jelena Mitrovic, CAROLL Natural Language Processing Research Group (Assistant Professor) and graduate teaching and research assistant at the Chair of Data Science, Faculty of Computer Science and Mathematics
Juri Biswas, student representative and member of the Diversity Audit project team
Patricia Bachmann, computer science student and holder of the scholarship for female students in STEM subjects
Moderator: Isabella Graßl, doctoral candidate at the Chair of Software Engineering II; Women's Representative of the Faculty of Computer Science and Mathematics
Participation in the panel discussion is only possible after prior registration until 02 March 2023 via the e-mail address email@example.com.
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