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IEEE WIE national meeting 2018

WIE German Affinity Group Organized a two days meet up at the Technical University of Munich aside the IEEE International Conference on Automation Science and Engineering in Garching (Munich).

 

 

Invitation to IEEE WIE national meeting 2018

Also this year, the Affinity Group Women in Engineering (WIE) of the IEEE Germany Section is organizing a meeting on national level from 20th-21st August 2018. The event will be co-hosted with IEEE International Conference on Automation Science and Engineering in Garching (Munich).

The following activities will be part of the event (detailed program will follow):

  • Discussion about WIE related-topics
  • Workshop on personal skills
  • Meeting / Coffee-Talk with one of the key note speakers from the...
 

„Women power in power industry“ at ISINA in Chemnitz

Chemnitz. On 13th and 14th March 2017, the 4th interdisciplinary symposium for female engineers and natural scientists (ISINA [1]) took place at the Technical University of Chemnitz under the sponsorship of Prof. Olfa Kanoun (professorship of measurement and sensor technology) and the equal opportunities officer Dipl.-Päd. Karla Kebsch. Innovative ideas, the development of creativity and the challenge of new (research) paths are the focus of the professional exchange at this interdisciplinary...

 

WIE Germany–physical meeting May 2017

Berlin. Although the number of women in engineering is steadily increasing, they are still under represented in the field of electrical engineering. Especially in Germany, the proportion of women pursuing a technical career is far below the average in other European countries.

To strengthen our WIE Germany section a physical meeting on national level was organized in Berlin last May. With a wide range of participants, including students, professors and professionals working in industry, we had...

 

IEEE WIE ILC, San Jose, California, 23-24 May

California. The WIE Germany Section was represented by their Chair, Ana Cigarán Romero. Via the different plenary sessions, workshops, discussions and pitch comnpetitions organized during the conference, attendees had the opportunity of fully immerse themselves in the fields of innovation, empowerment and leadership. The WIE ILC focuses on providing leading-edge professional development for mid-level and senior women: around 50% of the attendees had more than 10 years work experience, whereas...

 

Girls’Day this year at RWTH Aachen saw 37 offers for 369 girls.