Meeting at SenSys 2018

Hilton Shenzhen Shekou Nanhai

You are cordially invited to attend the N2Women meeting at ACM SenSys 2018! We are honored to have a panel discussion and networking event with the topic Bring Your Whole Self to Academia? It is an interactive panel discussion and the attendees are encouraged to engage with the panelists and ask questions. This year, we have the following panelists: Dr. Polly Huang, Professor, National Taiwan University Dr. Qin Lv, Associate Professor, University of Colorado Boulder Dr. Olga Saukh, Assistant Professor, TU…

Meeting at PerCom 2019

Kyoto International Center Room 509A, Kyoto

You are cordially invited to attend the N2Women Meeting at IEEE PerCom 2019 in Kyoto, Japan! Topic: “Transitioning well: How to transition from a PhD to a postdoc/industry? Or from postdoc to a tenured position as a female academic?” Date: March 11th, 2019, Time: 16:00 - 17:00 Venue: Kyoto International Center, Room 509A Organized by: Hannaneh Barahouei Pasandi, Virginia Commonwealth University Mentors: Dr. Flora Salim (RMIT University) Contact: barahoueipash@vcu.edu Please find the flyer of the event here 

WICE/N2Women/ComSoc Young Professionals Event at WCNC 2019

Room Mogadorium Marrakech

EMPOWERING YOUNG PROFESSIONALS AND WOMEN IN COMMUNICATIONS AND NETWORKING WICE, N2Women and YP are co-organizing this panel to bring together interesting perspectives on how to encourage and support women and young professionals in Communications and Networking Engineering, both in industry and academia.  Speakers will discuss various aspects of professional life in communications and networking research and share their own experiences, as well as present their views on how to empower women in engineering and how young professionals can access careers…

Meeting at CPS-IoT Week 2019

Fairmont the Queen Elizabeth Hotel 900 René Levesque Blvd W, Montreal

You are cordially invited to the N2Women Meeting at CPS-IoT Week 2019 in Montreal, Canada! Register here: https://forms.gle/cEVGqxVmVCeJWy7s7 Topic: “Design Fiction Workshop: Wearables for Work-Life Balance” Invited Speaker: You! This is a storytelling workshop where *you* get to tell the story of any weird and wonderful wearable tech you can imagine. The theme is “work-life balance” so we encourage you to think of a wearable that could make that easier, but if you have another idea we’d love to hear it. And if…

Meeting at UbiComp 2019

Queen Elizabeth II Centre London

You are cordially invited to attend the N2Women meeting at UbiComp 2019 in London, United Kingdom!  Panel Discussion Topic: “Work-Life Balance for Women in Computing" Opening Remarks: Akane Sano (Assistant Professor at Rice University) Venue: Queen Elizabeth II Centre (Room - Victoria) Organized by: Mridula Gupta (Graduate student at UC Davis) Contact: mrigupta@ucdavis.edu Funding for this meeting has been generously provided by ACM SIGBED. Please find the flyer of the event here

Meeting at ICNP 2019

University of Illinois at Chicago Student Center East,, Chicago, IL

You are cordially invited to attend the N2Women meeting at ICNP 2019! We are honored to have a panel discussion and networking event with three distinguished panelists from academia and industry. Panelists will deliver a short presentation on a specific topic and then have an interactive panel discussion with the attendees. The event will also include a networking session to allow attendees to interact and share knowledge and experience. Our distinguished panelists are: Prof. Sonia Fahmy, Professor, Purdue University (Topic: Critical Skills Needed to…

Meeting at LCN 2019

Steigenberger Hotel Remarque, room "Westfälischer Friede III" Osnabrück

You are cordially invited to the N^2 Women Meeting at IEEE LCN 2019 in Osnabrück, Germany. Panel: Bridging the Gap Between Research and Engineering Invited Speakers are: Prof. Soumaya Cherkaoui (Université de Sherbrooke) Prof. Anna Förster (University of Bremen) Dr. Katrin Reitsma (Motorola Solutions, Inc.) Location: Steigenberger Hotel Remarque, room "Westfälischer Friede III" Organized by: Martine Sophie Lenders, Freie Universität Berlin <m.lenders@fu-berlin.de> Mentor: Prof. Karl Andersson, Luleå University of Technology Please find the flyer for the event N2WomenFlyer_LCN2019.

Meeting at IMC 2019

You are cordially invited to the N^2 Women Meeting at IMC 2019 in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Networking and Mentoring lunch: Come join us in a relaxed atmosphere and network with other researchers. We will seat one mentor (experienced researcher) at each table. Location: Mauritszaal Organized by: Ariana Mirian, University of California, San Diego Mentor: Prof. Paola Grosso, University of Amsterdam    

Meeting at CoNEXT 2019

University of Central Florida FL

Please join us at the N2Women Panel & Networking Luncheon at CoNEXT 2019 which will be held at the University of Central Florida, FL, USA. The goal is to enable students to interact with senior researchers and take full advantage of the conference. Have you ever had doubts about overcoming challenges in your career? If so, please join us in our panel "There is always a light at the end of the tunnel!" where four outstanding scientists will be sharing their stories and experience towards…

Meeting at NSDI 2020

Hyatt Regency Santa Clara, Camino Real room CA

You are cordially invited to attend the N2 Women meeting at NSDI 2020! We are honored to have an enlightening panel discussion with distinguished panelists from academia and industry who will share their knowledge and valuable experiences with us. Our distinguished panelists include: Dr. Dina Papagiannaki, Partner Engineering Manager, Microsoft Dr. Ying Zhang, Engineering Manager, Facebook Prof. Sonia Fahmy, Professor, Purdue University Dr. Deb Agrawal, Senior Scientist, Lawrence Berkley Labs The panel features interactive discussions and Q&A sessions. Please find the flyer for this…

Meeting at PerCom 2020

Virtual event

We are happy to invite all the interested PerCom 2020 participants to join us in the N2Women Meeting and Dinner on Monday 23 March at 5pm in the AT&T Center (the Monday workshops’ location). The event will feature panel discussion on the topic “Overcommitting as a female professional”, featuring the Percom2020 keynote speaker, professor Diane Cook from School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Washington State University; Dr Wendy Nilsen, the Acting Deputy Division Director of NSF; and Dr…

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