women@CL

Events for Women in Tech

  • Google Code Jam to I/O for Women (12 March 2016)

    Code Jam to I/O for Women is a single online round of algorithmic problem solving where the top 125 participants receive a ticket to Google I/O in Mountain View, CA on May 18 - 20, 2016, and a $500 USD travel stipend. Registration for Code Jam to I/O for Women is now open. The round will begin on Saturday, March 12, 2016 at 5:00 PM UTC.

  • 3rd Oxbridge Conference for Women in Computer Science (10 March 2016, Cambridge)

    The Oxbridge Women in Computer Science Conference is an annual conference that aims to bring together junior and senior female computer scientists at Cambridge and Oxford, encourage collaboration through formal and informal discussion, and give a perfect opportunity for young researchers to present their research and get valuable feedback in a very open, friendly and informal environment.

  • ACM-W UK Inspire 2015 (28 October 2015, 11:00-18.00, Imperial College London)

    The ACM-Women professional chapter in the UK (ACM-W UK) is organising a kick-off event to stimulate discussions and mentoring activities for promoting female numbers in the field of computing and technologies.

  • The Challenge & Future of Big Data (25 February 2015, 16.00-18.00, London)

    A WISE Knowledge Sharing Event hosted by Winton Capital

  • 2nd Oxbridge Conference for Women in Computer Science (16 March 2015, Oxford)

    The Oxbridge Women in Computer Science Conference is an annual conference that aims to bring together junior and senior female computer scientists at Cambridge and Oxford, encourage collaboration through formal and informal discussion, and give a perfect opportunity for young researchers to present their research and get valuable feedback in a very open, friendly and informal environment.

  • BCSWomen Lovelace Colloquium 2015 (9 April 2015, Edinburgh)

    A conference for women students of Computing and related subjects (undergraduate and taught Masters). The deadline for abstract submissions is 28 February 2015; A limited number of travel bursaries are available to students presenting posters.

  • Communications masterclass for women researchers with Maggie Aderin-Pocock (22 September 2015, Cambridge, UK)

    The University of Cambridge Stem Cell Institute and Public Engagement team are looking for women researchers in science, technology, engineering and maths departments who are interested in gaining professional development in communications for media and public presentation. Dr Maggie Aderin-Pocock, presenter of the iconic BBC astronomy series "The Sky at Night", will be training delegates alongside award-winning science TV producers and presentation trainers, Screenhouse, and top international voice coach Victoria Pritchard. Please register your interest at www.tiny.cc/STEMM by 24 August.

  • ACM womENcourage 2015 (24-26 September 2015, Uppsala University, Sweden)

    A limited number of scholarships are available to European graduate and undergraduate students.

  • Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing (14-16 October 2015, Houston, Texas)

    The Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing is a series of conferences designed to bring the research and career interests of women in computing to the forefront.

  • 10th WORKSHOP FOR WOMEN IN MACHINE LEARNING 2015 Co-located with NIPS (December 7 2015, Montreal, Canada )

    This technical workshop gives female faculty, research scientists, and graduate students in the machine learning community an opportunity to meet, network and exchange ideas, participate in career-focused panel discussions with senior women in industry and academia and learn from each other. Underrepresented minorities and undergraduates interested in machine learning research are encouraged to attend.
    Workshop registration is free. Organisers are able to provide TRAVEL SCHOLARSHIPS for those who wish to participate in the workshop. Please see website for more details (http://www.wimlworkshop.org/). Abstract submission deadline: September 15, 2015.