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Schedule

· Sessions
Interactive Game
Let's start with an interactive game called "50 ways to fight bias" to recap on the topics discussed yesterday.
· Sessions
Good Morning Message
The organizers will present the schedule for the day.
· Stage
Family and academic life. Is it possible to have it all?
Family and academia
Taniesha Burke
· Stage
Sciencefamily - you can't be what you can't see
Family and academia
Conny Kopp-Scheinpflug
· Sessions
Parallel Q&A
Family in Academia
Conny Kopp-Scheinpflug Taniesha Burke
· Stage
No Recovery Without Equity: Addressing the Gendered Impacts of COVID-19 in Canada
COVID-19's impact on gender equality
Carmina Ravanera
· Stage
Gender inequality in childcare and mental well-being during the COVID-19 pandemic: Empirical evidence from the UK
COVID-19's impact on gender equality
Jing Shen
· Sessions
Panel Discussion
COVID-19's impact on gender equality
Jing Shen Carmina Ravanera
· Networking
Networking Time
· Sessions
Open Space Preparation
· Expo
Career Fair
SFB 1372, CSBD, Forschungszentrum Jülich and the Dragon Fly mental health consortium
· Sessions
Wrap Up
The organizers will summarize the day
· Networking
Networking Time
· Sessions
Good morning message
The organizers will present the schedule of the day
· Stage
Svenja Christen
Innovative working conditions / Value system
Svenja   Christen
· Stage
How 2*50 is much more than 100
Innovative working conditions / Value system
Alke Fink
· Stage
Dragonfly Mental Health. What we have achieved in one year?
Innovative working conditions / Value system
Olga Vvedenskaya
· Stage
Why Hearts Matter More Than Hz in Agile Software Development
Innovative working conditions / Value system
Irene Gerau
· Sessions
Parallel Q&A
Innovative working conditions / Value system
Irene Gerau Olga Vvedenskaya Alke Fink
· Sessions
Open Space Kick-Off
Kick off for the open space
· Sessions
Open Space
· Stage
Career Service Uni Konstanz - Typical Questions in Job Interviews outside academia
Welcome to typical questions in job interviews outside acadmia - Tutorial and Q+A by the Career Service of the University of Konstanz
· Sessions
Open Space
· Sessions
Open Space
· Stage
Diversity is Capital: How to raise it?
Innovative working conditions
Laura Lazar
· Stage
Sense of Certainty in the Future of Work
Innovative working conditions
Tamilla Mahkamova
· Stage
Science communication: books, journalism, speaking & podcasts
Gemma Milne
· Stage
Ready to invent - Patent insights
Innovative working conditions
Renate Weisse
· Sessions
Panel Discussion
Innovative working conditions / company talks
Renate Weisse Laura Lazar Gemma Milne Tamilla Mahkamova
· Sessions
Wrap Up
The organizers will summarize the day.
· Expo
Career Fair
· Sessions
Career Networking
Career Networking
· Sessions
Good Morning Message
The organizers will present the schedule of the day.
· Stage
Creation of inclusive spaces in science & technology: a quantum computer scientist perspective
LGTBQIA+ in academia
Juani Bermejo-Vega
· Stage
"Do leaves shake the wind?" (Gliske 2019, Transgender Health Research, and Inclusion in the Academy)
LGTBQIA+ in academia
Mae  Guthman (she/her/hers)
· Sessions
Panel Discussion
LGTBQIA+ in academia
Juani Bermejo-Vega Mae  Guthman (she/her/hers)
· Expo
Career fair
· Networking
Networking time
· Stage
The Legacy of Scientific Racism
Race in Academia
Angela Saini
· Stage
I, Society - AI and Society: New Decade, More Challenges
Race in Academia
Mona Sloane
· Stage
Race, Optics, and the Visual Culture of Academia
Race in Academia
Sade Abiodun
· Sessions
Panel Discussion
Race in Academia
Angela Saini Mona Sloane Sade Abiodun
· Stage
Breaking the Wall of LGBTQ+ invisibility in STEM
How to be a good ally
Jovan Dragelj (he/him)
· Stage
Eric Jensen
How to be a good ally
Eric Jensen
· Stage
Access For All: It Starts With You
How to be a good ally
Linda Corcoran (she/they)
· Sessions
Panel Discussion
How to be a good ally
Linda Corcoran (she/they) Eric Jensen Jovan Dragelj (he/him)
· Sessions
Closing speech
Closing speech
Angela Saini

Speakers

Renate Weisse

Patent Lawyer

Linda Corcoran (she/they)

Disabled in Higher Ed seeks to highlight&empower those in higher education with disabilities, while creating awareness.

Shaloo Garg

Shaloo Garg is Managing Director, Microsoft for Startups

Eric Jensen

Social scientist with a global reputation in impact evaluation and public engagement with science

Jessica Wade

Physicist at Imperial College London and Wikipedia editor promoting female role models in STEM

Laura Lazar

Founder of BE COSMOPOLITE, business coach and trainer

Juani Bermejo-Vega

Physicist, computer scientist, and quantum computing researcher. Trans queer activist

Conny Kopp-Scheinpflug

Tenured neuroscientist and electrophysiologist at the LMU Munich

Virginia Valian

Distinguished Professor of Psychology at Hunter College and director of Hunter's Gender Equity Project

Svenja Christen

Co-managing director of the Jobsharing hub

Tamilla Mahkamova

Senior HR leader and Organizational Development professional. Founder of NowWhat

Jovan Dragelj (he/him)

Postdoctoral researcher at Technische Universität Berlin

Alke Fink

Chemist & leader of the BioNanomaterials Group at Adolphe Merkle Institute (AMI)

Mae Guthman (she/her/hers)

Postdoctoral researcher at the Princeton Neuroscience Institute

Gemma Milne

Science and Technology writer and co-host of the Science Disrupt podcast

Carmina Ravanera

Research Associate at the Institute for Gender and the Economy at Rotman School of Management

Ursula Keller

Physics professor at ETH Zurich and inventor. Founder of the ETH Women Professors Forum

Tomas Brage

Physics professor at Lund University

Helena Dodd

PhD student in chemical biology and president of Women in STEM at Imperial College London

Taniesha Burke

Parent educator and family coach

Sade Abiodun

PhD student at Princeton Neuroscience Institute. Aspiring filmmaker

Olga Vvedenskaya

Postdoc in mass spectroscopy and translational medicine at MPI. Member of Dragonfly Mental Health

Jing Shen

Postdoc at Mannheim Center for European Social Research

Joysy John

Director of Education at Nesta UK

Mona Sloane

Sociologist working on Inequality in the context of AI design and policy

Irene Gerau

Head of Software Development at Seitenbau GmbH

Angela Saini

Award-winning science journalist and author

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SFB 1372

Collaborative Research Centre - Magnetoreception and Navigation in Vertebrates

Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH

Shape the Change with Us!

Dragonfly Mental Health, A Global Consortium for Academic Mental Health

Cultivating Excellent Mental Health in Academics Worldwide

Center for Systems Biology Dresden (CSBD)

"Where Computer Science and Physics meet Biology". Joint centre between the Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics (MPI-CBG), the Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems (MPI-PKS), and the TU Dresden.

Hybrid Optomechanical Technologies (HOT)

HOT is a FET-Proactive H2020 project which will lay the foundation for a new generation of devices that connect or contain several nanoscale platforms in a single ‘hybrid’ system.

Optomechanical Technologies (OMT)

OMT is a Marie Curie European Training Network H2020 project : The project focuses on the training of PhD students on optomechanical technologies (OMT) – new technologies based on cavity optomechanical interactions that allow reading out and controlling mechanical oscillators at the quantum level using optical fields

The Science Talk

Enabling scientists in establishing their digital presence.

Intro - Let's go virtual with Hopin!

I, Scientist 2020

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Gender in Academia

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Social Entrepreneurship

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LGTBQIA+ in Academia

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Family in Academia

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COVID-19 Impact on Gender Equality

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Innovative working conditions / Value System

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Innovative working conditions / Company talks

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Race in Academia

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How to be an good Ally