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  • Research Software Engineer Conference 2017

    Guest author: Dr Mozhgan Kabiri Chimeh​, University of Sheffield (Department of Computer Science), UK Following the success of the first conference of Research Software Engineers (RSE), the second conference will be held at the Museum of Science and Industry at Manchester on the 7th-8th September 2017. RSE2017 is not a standard academic conference! We welcome […]

  • Gender equality in higher education: a view from a social scientist

    By: Dr. Charikleia Tzanakou, The University of Warwick I am a social sciences researcher, interested in gender and academic careers in different disciplinary, institutional and national contexts. Since my PhD, I have been fascinated asking PhD graduates for their career stories especially in subject areas such as engineering, chemistry, mathematics, physics. Social science researchers can […]

  • Summer Internships in Parallel Computational Sciences (SIParCS)

    By: Negin Sobhani and AJ Lauer, NCAR, USA The Summer Internships in Parallel Computational Sciences (SIParCS) program at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) has a goal of encouraging women and students from other underrepresented groups to pursue careers and academic studies in areas related to high performance and scientific computing. This is Negin […]

  • Women, STEM and the F-Word: Are you a feminist?

    Attending the EQUATE Scotland event about Women in STEM and Feminism on 4th November was the perfect way to end a work week in my notoriously male-dominated STEM field . It was a fun and informative evening full of ideas and concerns about women’s (and men’s) views on feminism and women’s position in STEM. The […]

  • Mentoring for women in technology

    [/section] By Athina Frantzana, Ph.D. Candidate at EPCC, The University of Edinburgh A few days ago, I attended my first mentoring event in the technology industry, organised by Girl Geek Scotland, in Edinburgh. I am not really looking for a mentor myself, because I am lucky enough to already have one. But as I have experienced […]