Women* in Computing (1-day workshop)

Tuesday, 25. Oct 2022 Stuttgart

In this one-day workshop, we highlight the research opportunities and career paths for excellent female researchers in the field of visual computing and human-computer interaction. Our aim is to empower early-career female researchers through networking with successful examples from industry and academia. This is considered a mentorship event to train younger researchers.

Tentative Agenda

13:00–13:40Opening and Flash Introductions
13:40–15:00Opportunities in Academia
15:00–15:30Coffee Break
15:30–17:00Opportunities in Industry
17:00–18:00Group Activities
18:00–19:30Social Event & Dinner

Participation

The workshop is aimed at young researchers in the TRR 161 network and beyond. Information on the registration will follow soon.

Organising Team

Passant Elagroudy: She is a post-doctoral researcher at LMU Munich. Her research focuses on personal informatics and human augmentation.

Fiona Draxler: She is a PhD student at LMU Munich. Her research focuses on mobile learning with Augmented Reality and contextual content generation.

Katrin Angerbauer: She is a PhD student at the University of Stuttgart. Her research focuses on accessibility and assistive technology.

Kathrin Lichius: She is a PhD student at the University of Stuttgart and Wilhelm Büchner Hoschschule. Her research focuses on innovation and entrepreneurship.

Tiare Feuchtner: She is an Assistant Professor in Human-Computer Interaction at the University of Konstanz. Her research focuses on virtual user representations and embodied interactions in mixed reality.

Albrecht Schmidt: He is a professor at LMU Munich. His research focuses on human-computer interaction, media technology, and ubiquitous computing.

Daniel Weiskopf: He is a professor at the University of Stuttgart. His research focuses on visualization and visual analytics.

Alexander Brem: He is a professor at the University of Stuttgart. His research focuses on innovation and entrepreneurship.