This event is organized as part of the Anita Borg Alumni Community Birthday Celebration (http://www.google.de/anitaborg/), which is supported by Google and it is taking place at the Technical University of Munich (TUM). The purpose of this event is to help and motivate women in the areas of computer science and engineering to build a TUM community.
All female Master/PhD/PostDoc members of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at TUM are cordially invited to this event. Tell us about your experiences of pursuing a Master/PhD/PostDoc for an academic career or to work in industry and network, ask questions and get in touch with our speakers:
- Prof. Dongheui Lee, Head of the chair of Dynamic Human-Robot-Interaction for Automation Systems
- Dr. Sara E. Adams (DPhil. Oxon.), Google software engineer
- Dr. Christina Lichtenthäler, Software Team Lead, Autoliv Active Safety
We are looking forward to meeting you at this get-together on the afternoon of Friday 19th February, 2016 at 5 p.m. (this event will take place in English).
Date: Friday, 19th February 2016, 17:00h
Location: Karlstrasse 45, 2nd floor at Institute for Cognitive Systems, room 2026.
Here is the preliminary schedule, for more information about our speakers, please visit here:
|5:00-5:10||Dr.Ing. Karinne Ramirez-Amaro, Postdoc at TUM. Presentation available here.|
Prof. Dongheui Lee, Head of the chair of Dynamic Human-Robot-Interaction for Automation Systems
|5:25-5:35||Dr. Sara E. Adams (DPhil. Oxon.), Google software engineer|
|5:40-5:50||Dr. Christina Lichtenthäler, Software Team Lead, Autoliv Active Safety|
|5:50-6:00||Dr. Eva Sandmann (TUM diversity office) & Prof. Anne Brüggemann-Klein (Informatik Forum Frauen)|
|6:00-7:00||Food & Drinks during networking|