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Register now for #ifbw22
Informatica Feminale Baden-Württemberg is the summer university for female students and interested women in the field of computer science and related disciplines. It will take place from Tuesday, 02 - Saturday, 06 August 2022 at the technical faculty of the University of Freiburg.
Registration information and the course outline can be found on our website www.informatica-feminale-bw.de.
The extended registration deadline is July, 03! Courses with too few registrations will then already be removed from the program, so register quickly and secure your course! After that only individual free places will be allocated.
As a reminder, the main topic this time is "IT and Sustainability", but there are also many other exciting topics offered, e.g. on Data Engineering, Python, Docker, IT-Security, R, LaTeX, writing workshop, design thinking, body language and many more.
Individual courses (H06, H26, T44, T54, W2 and CD2) can also be attended online, although we would be happy to welcome you in person to Freiburg to participate in the social program (e.g. pub crawl or game night) and to network (e.g. at the free catering in the event cafeteria).
Submissions are still being accepted for participation in the PhD session on August 04 (approx. 10:45 am to 1:30 pm), where PhD students can present their work in 15 minutes and exchange professional and social ideas (If interested, send an email to email@example.com).
Tel: 07720 307-4375
Hochschule Furtwangen University
Tel: 07720 307-4536 oder -4375
The meccanica feminale and informatica feminale Baden-Württemberg are a project of the Ministry of Science, Research and the Arts Baden-Württemberg and are implemented by the Netzwerk Frauen.Innovation.Technik Baden-Württemberg. The goal is to support women in the fields of mechanical and electrical engineering or computer science and to offer them a platform for communication and professional and personal exchange.
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