Overview

The 25th Informatica Feminale – the international Summer University for women students and professionals in Computer Science will be organized by University of Bremen in Germany – from 25th July to 5th August online and from 1st to 14th September 2022 on place in Bremen.

We cordially invite women students of all disciplines, levels and different types of institutions of higher education as well as all women interested in computing and women ICT professionals from all over the world! Teaching languages will be English and German.

There will be no participation fees for online courses in 2022.
For courses on place in Bremen there will be a participation fee.

Throughout the summer universities we offer a free daily child care for the participants’ and lecturers’ children.

For human resources managers we are particullarly pointing out that, during the whole summer school there will be plenty of opportunities to sponsor and to get in touch with graduates.

For more information about how to participate, see our Informatica-Feminale-FAQ2022-en.pdf

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Courses and Registration

The University of Bremen offers the 25th Informatica Feminale – the international Summer University for women in computer science – from 25th July to 5th August as online courses and from 1st to 14th September 2022 on place in Bremen.

The program of the Summer Universities 2022 will include more than 60 courses.

The listing below shows the courses. Teaching and study times are different in every course. Participants need to register in advance. Registration is possible at:
> Full course descriptions and registration page

Courses on campus at Bremen University (chronologically):
– Zielsetzung mit ZRM® – Motto-Zielen [Do 01.09. – Sa 03.09.2022]
– Sexismus – ohne mich! Ein Reflexions- und Argumentations-Workshop [Do 01.09. – Sa 03.09.2022]
– Spring im Einsatz [Do 01.09. – Sa 03.09.2022]
– Do it yourself! Feministisches Netzwerken und Empowerment [Do 01.09. – Sa 03.09.2022]
– Datenschutz und Datensicherheit — Aufbaukurs [Do 01.09. – Sa 03.09.2022]
– Hack your CAD models! Foundations of Computer Aided Design (CAD) with FreeCAD and Python / Hack your CAD models! Foundations of Computer Aided Design (CAD) with FreeCAD and Python [Do 01.09. – Sa 03.09.2022]

– Hilfe, ein Konflikt – weglaufen bringt nichts! [Mo 05.09. – Mi 07.09.2022]
– Regenerative Design – co-create the world with intelligent solutions [Mo 05.09. – Mi 07.09.2022]
– QM I – Grundkurs Qualitätsmanagement. QM-Methoden in Entwicklung, Produktion und Beschaffung [Mo 05.09. – Mi 07.09.2022]
– Introduction to Stream Processing Paradigm [Mo 05.09. – Mi 07.09.2022]
– Netzwerk- und Hardwarelabor – Teil 1 [Mo 05.09. – Mi 07.09.2022]
– Get cupcake: Create your own text adventure in python [Mo 05.09. – Mi 07.09.2022]
– Einführung in das Projektmanagement [Mo 05.09. – Sa 10.09.2022]
– Penetration testing and ethical hacking for beginners [Mo 05.09. – Sa 10.09.2022]

– Embodied Communication [Mi 07.09. – Sa 10.09.2022]
– And now what? Design your life and work [Mi 07.09. – Sa 10.09.2022]
– QM II – Aufbaukurs Qualitätsmanagement. Agile Prozessentwicklung [Mi 07.09. – Sa 10.09.2022]
– FIND YOUR INNER STRENGTH – Empowerment für deine berufliche Laufbahn [Mi 07.09. – Sa 10.09.2022]
– Raspberry Pi, heute mal als autonomer mobiler Roboter [Mi 07.09. – Sa 10.09.2022]
– Netzgekoppelte Photovoltaikanlagen in der Praxis [Mi 07.09. – Sa 10.09.2022]
– Netzwerk- und Hardwarelabor – Teil 2 [Mi 07.09. – Sa 10.09.2022]
– Klar hab’ ich was zu verbergen! Digitale Selbstverteidigung und Datensouveränität für mich und andere [Fr 09.09. – Sa 10.09.2022]

– Sprachverarbeitung – Verfahren und Anwendungen [Mo 12.09. – Mi 14.09.2022]
– Führung und Teamwork in Aktion [Mo 12.09. – Mi 14.09.2022]
– Dream it, think it, make it. A project-based introduction to 3D-printing, Open Source Hardware and the Concept of Fab City [Mo 12.09. – Mi 14.09.2022]
– QM III – Zertifikatskurs Qualitätsmanagement. Agile Projekte im QM. Zertifikatsprüfung „Applied Agile Quality Master“ [Mo 12.09. – Mi 14.09.2022]
– Grundlagen in Python [Mo 12.09. – Mi 14.09.2022]
– Linux Systems Management Schwerpunkt Firewall und Datensicherung [Mo 12.09. – Mi 14.09.2022]
– Datenschutz und Datensicherheit — Datenschutzaudits. Zertifikatskurs zum Datenschutz [online-Kurs Mo 26.09. – Fr 30.09.2022]

Online Courses (already finished):
– Storyboard und Storytelling [Mo 25.07. – Di 26.07.2022]
– Big Data Analytics using Distributed Platforms [Mon 25th Jul – Thu 28th Jul 2022]
– Einführung in Python [Mo 25.07. – Fr 29.07.2022]
– Sketchnoting – Denken mit den Augen und Visualisieren von Hand [Mo 25.07. — 05.08.2022]
– Software-Entwicklung in der Medizin. Einblicke in den Alltag einer Informatikerin / Software development in medicine. Insights into the daily work of a computer scientist [Mo 25.07. – Fr 29.07.2022]
– How (not) to Master your Thesis – Akademische Arbeiten in technischen Fächern meistern [Mo 25.07. – Fr 29.07.2022]
– Scrum I – Agiles Projektmanagement. Rollen im Scrum Team, Theory of Scrum und Artefakte [Mi 27.07. – Sa 30.07.2022]
– Datenschutz und Datensicherheit – Grundkurs [Mi 27.07. – Sa 30.07.2022]
– Blockchains, Crypto & Web3 – eine praktische Einführung [Do 28.07. – Fr 29.07.2022]
– Bio? Das ist doch grün, oder nicht? – Nachhaltigkeit in der Prozessentwicklung [Do 28.07. – Sa 30.07.2022]
– Einstieg in die Kryptografie [Mo 01.08. – Do 04.08.2022]
– Wie wir Maschinen beibringen sexistisch zu sein – Ursachen, Probleme und Folgen von Diskriminierung durch Maschinelles Lernen/KI [Mo 01.08. – Fr 05.08.2022]
– Scrum II – Agiles Projektmanagement. Events, Sprints und Storyboard [Mi 03.08. – Sa 06.08.2022]
– Scrum III – Agiles Projektmanagement. Präsentation des Scrum-Projekts und Zertifikatsprüfung «Applied Scrum Master» [Mi 10.08. – Fr 19.08.2022]

Lecturer Program:
– Antidiskriminierung und Diskriminierungsschutz [Mi 29.06.]
– Antidiskriminierung und Diskriminierungsschutz [Mi 29.06.]
– Antidiskriminierung und Diskriminierungsschutz [Mo 04.07.]
– Antidiskriminierung und Diskriminierungsschutz [Mo 04.07.]
– Basiskurs Datenschutz in der Lehre [Mo 04.07.]
– Interaktive Online-Lehre / Interactive & Engaging Online Facilitation [Mo 11.07.]
– Interaktive Online-Lehre / Interactive & Engaging Online Facilitation [Mo 11.07.]
– Warum Technik nie neutral ist. Einführung und Austausch [Di 12.07.]
– Geschlechtergerechte und diversitätssensible Sprache in der Lehre [Mo 18.07.]
– Interaktive Lehre vor Ort bei den Sommerunis / Interactive Co-Located Sessions [Di 19.07.]
– Interaktive Lehre vor Ort bei den Sommerunis / Interactive Co-Located Sessions [Di 19.07.]
– Why Technology is Never Neutral. Introduction and Exchange [Wed 20th July]

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Register

The registration as participant is possible via a common web-based registration system of the Informatica Feminale and the Ingenieurinnen-Sommeruni.

Registration for courses is open on the website:
https://www.informatica-feminale.de/re/en/registration.php

The attendance of courses requires prior registration. You may attend several courses, but you will have to register for each course bindingly beforehand. In order to register, please select the courses which you’d like to attend from our website.

Places will be assigned according to time of registration. First come, first served!

Your course registration will be confirmed via e-mail from the University of Bremen after completion of your registration process. Further information regarding the program procedure will be e-mailed as well. The lecturers will contact their students beforehand with materials necessary for preliminary course requirements.

Participants may select additional courses. As soon as a course is fully booked it will appear as blocked in the online registration system.

Throughout the summer universities we offer a free daily child care for the participants’ and lecturers’ children.

Liability Disclaimer
The organizers assume no liability for any damage to persons or to property, which is caused by participants or their children.

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Review of the Online Summer Courses 2020

Glaeser

Dear Participants, Lecturers, and Friends of the Summer Universities 2020,

we look back on exciting months full of new intensive experiences: The 23rd Informatica Feminale went online! From July to Oktober 2020 some 50 courses got lots of applaus from student participants nearby and far away.

The International Summer University for Women in Computer Science at Bremen University switched to flexible online teaching in 2020 and the echos of participants were enormous. More than 230 students took part in courses, and were happy about online exchange, talks and discussions.

Our thanks…
As organizing team we thank our fantastic lecturers – the new as well as the familiar – for the exciting, personal and compact teaching.

Many thanks also to all the participants for active participation, discussions, comments and criticism, networking and collegiality. A big ‘Thanks’ goes to those, who for different reasons, would never have been able to travel to Bremen; but they sent us their joy about this online opportunities. We will now think about future ways to combine online and physical teaching in Bremen.

We are MUCH aware that online teaching is not at all comparable to the common, wonderful contacts between lecturers and students we all wish for every summer university. Not to be able to see you in person, to join you during lunch break, to go to excursions or to party together was a great pity and we were missing all of this and more.

Last but not least we warmly thank our student assistants team. It was good to have you as the only students in place at the University during the summer.

Our Review
Our focus 2020 brought some unexpected topicality:

“Boundaries of the Body” 
(Women’s) Bodies are sites of technological developments. Boundaries and limits become increasingly blurred: either through the optimization of health parameters, or the digital and technical enhancement of the body, up to unregulated collection of body-related data, and the bodies suffering the consequences of technology-based warfare. The Summer University 2020 wanted to give space and time for critical reflections and welcomed experimental debates on the relations of technological knowledge and developments in societies. We saw that several online courses integrated these topics.

Our motivation is to present the topics about gender diversity and feminist perspectives on teaching and society as cross-cutting issues, to integrate these into teaching and prevent these from “staying aside” of courses in separate courses.

Our Outlook…
We are curious to read your evaluations and to receive you suggestions. These will be taken into the planning of the next summer university year 2021.

The next upcoming online period will be a good moment to improve teaching methods. But we hope that at least a short version of summer university offers at Bremen will be possible.

We invite you all to partcipate and look forward to welcoming you next summer!

Greetings from Bremen,
Henrike Illig and Veronika Oechtering

See below the entire course program. Teaching and study times were different in every course – ongoing until October. We also prepared a social program with talks and discussions. There were no participation fees in 2020.

Short information about the published courses:

  • Python für Anfängerinnen (Mo 20.7.- Do 23.7.)
  • Wie wir Maschinen beibringen sexistisch zu sein – Ursachen, Probleme und Folgen von Bias in Maschinellem Lernen/KI (Mo 20.07.- Fr 24.07.)
  • Diskriminierung und Antidiskriminierung im Arbeitsleben – Probleme und mögliche Handlungsstrategien, (Di 21.- Do 23.7.)
  • How (not) to Master your Thesis – Akademische Arbeiten meistern (Mo 27.07.- Fr 31.07.)
  • Apps selbst entwickeln (Mo 03.08.- Fr 07.08.)
  • Diskriminierung durch Algorithmen? – Technikethische Reflexionen zu aktuellen Herausforderungen, (Di 04.-06.08.)
  • Qualitätsmanagement in Entwicklung, Produktion und Beschaffung (Mi 05.08.- Fr 19.08.)
  • Mikrocontrollerplatine programmieren: Calliope mini /Programming microcontroller board Calliope mini (Mo 10.08.- Di 11.08.)
  • Einführung in das Projektmanagement (Mo 10.08.- Sa 15.08.)
  • Grafisch programmieren mit Calliope mini (Teil 2) (Do 13.08.- Fr 14.08.) Sprachverarbeitung – Verfahren und Anwendungen (Fr 14.08.- Mo 17.08.)
  • Einführung in maschinelles Lernen /Introduction to Machine Learning (Fr 14.08.- Sa 22.08.)
  • Hands on Deep Learning (Fr 14.08.- So 30.08.)
  • Kreativitätstechniken und Ideenmanagement (Mo 17.08.- Di 18.08.)
  • Netzwerk- und Hardwarelabor, Teil 1 (Mo 17.08.- Mi 19.08.)
  • Einführung in die Strömungssimulation mit OpenFOAM / Introduction into Computational Fluid Dynamics using OpenFOAM (Mo 17.08.- Do 20.08.)
  • Software-Entwicklung in der Medizin. Einblicke in den Alltag einer Informatikerin (Mo 17.08.- Fr 21.08.)
  • Datenschutz und Datensicherheit (Mo 17.08.- Mo 24.08.)
  • Gender & Diversity als Schlüsselkompetenzen in Studium und Beruf (Mi 19.08.-Do 20.08.)
  • Netzwerklabor Teil 2 mit Wireshark (Mi 19.08.- Fr 21.08.)
  • Sexismus – ohne mich! Ein Reflexions- und Argumentations-Workshop (Fr 21.8.)
  • Prozessentwicklung im Qualitätsmanagement (Fr 21.08.- Mi 26.08.)
  • Erfolgreich Verhandeln (Mo 24.08- Di 25.08.2020)
  • Regenerative Design – mit intelligenten Konzepten die Welt verändern / Regnerative Design – co-create the world with intelligent solutions (Mo 24.08.- Mi 26.08.)
  • Einführung in Java (Mo 24.08.- Fr 28.08.)
  • Einführung in die Welt der Datenbanken und der Datenbankmanagementsysteme (Mo 24.08.- Sa 29.08.)
  • Dem Werkstoffversagen auf der Spur (Praxisorientierte Schadensanalyse) (Mi 26.08.- Fr 28.08.)
  • Und was jetzt? – Gestalte dein Leben selbstbestimmt (inclusive deiner Arbeit) / And now what? – Design your life and work (Do 27.08.- Sa 29.08.)
  • Alle gleich? Diversität und Ungleichheiten im Studium (Fr 28.08.)
  • Scrum Project: Agile Storyboard – Applied Scrum Master Certification (Fr 28.08.- Sa 05.09.)
  • Hilfe, ein Konflikt – weglaufen bringt nichts! (Mi 02.09.- Do 03.09.)
  • Einführung in die Programmierung mit Python (Mi 02.09.- Do 10.09.)
  • Bildanalyse mit Neuronalen Netzwerken / Image analysis with neural networks (Mo 07.09.- 10.09.)
  • Embodied Communication (Mo 14.09.- Di 15.09.)
  • Einstieg in Python (Mo 14.09.- Do 17.09.)
  • Programming for Data Analysis and Statistics with R (Mon 14.09.- Thu 17.09.)
  • Gendersensible Sprache. Wie es geht und warum sie wichtig ist (Fr 18.9.)
  • OpenSCAD (Sa 19.09.- So 20.09.)
  • Data Feminism – Erkundungen zwischen Cyber-, Xeno- und Technofeminismen (Mo 21.09.- Do 24.09.)
  • Grundlagen des Computer-Aided Design mit FreeCAD und Python / Hack your CAD models! Foundations of Computer Aided Design (CAD) with FreeCAD and Python (Mo 21.09.- Fr 25.09.)
  • Engineering for social transformation: climate change, technology and gender (Tue 22.09.- Wed 23.09.)
  • Let’s Play! Zoom-Theater, Telefon-Games und andere digitale Kulturformate (Mo 28.09.-Fr 02.10.)
  • Think Global, Act Local: the impact of the ‚New Urban Agenda‘ on our everyday life. (Tue 29.09.-Thu 01.10.)

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1 Sept (Thu) – Welcome

Welcome Event of the 25th Summer University Informatica Feminale and the 14th Ingenieurinnen-Sommeruni

Thursday, September 1st, 2022 at 12:30 a.m.
Room: Cafeteria of the summer universities (MZH 1090)
Language: The languages will be German and English.
Lecturers and Participants are welcome!

We would like to start the 25th Informatica Feminale and the 14th Engineering Summer University together with all lecturers and participants. You will get a first insight into the upcoming two weeks.

– no registration required –

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2 Sept (Fri) – Lunch Talk: Advisory and Information Centre against Discrimination & Violence – Expertise and Conflict Counseling (ADE)

Lunch Talk: Advisory and Information Centre against Discrimination & Violence – Expertise and Conflict Counseling (ADE)

Friday, September 2nd, 2022
Time: 1.25-1.55p.m.
Room: Will be available at the conference office.
Language: The talk will be in German.

Sewita Mebrahtu
ADE Universität Bremen

– no registration required –

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2 Sept (Fri) – Guided City Tour Bremen

Guided City Tour Bremen I

Friday, September 2nd
Time: 4.45 p.m.
Location: Will be available at the conference office.
Language: If participants who are English-speaking, but not German-speaking, are present, the guided tour will be in German.

We offer a guided city tour in Bremen´s historic center with a special focus on the history of women and technology in the history in the hanseatic town.

Length approx. 1 ¾ hours

>Registration necessary

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3 Sept (Sat) – Excursion to the Bremer Haecksen

Excursion to the Bremer Haecksen – Haecksen meets Informatica Feminale

Saturday, September 3rd, 2022
Time: 4.45 pm
Meeting point: Will be available at the conference office.
Language: If participants who are English-speaking (but not German-speaking) are present, the language will be English.

MoniKa and mapc are part of [Haecksen]; a feminist Hackergroup out of the circle of the Chaos Computer Club (CCC). Both Haecksen are inviting you to vistit the Hackspace of CCC Bremen, get to know the Haecksen there and have a casual conversation with them. 

Both, MoniKa and mapc, will tell you the story how they have become Haecksen, why it is normal to have fibre and power at tents at Chaos Communication Camps and of course about the meaning behind “Lagerfeuer”/”campfire” and “Hüte”/”hats” at Haecksen events. Also you will get to know what’s special on organizing events with Haecksen and how you can be part of it, as well. Generally you and your questions, your interests are going to be the centre of attention – therefore at the meeting we’ll spend most of the time with these.
So drop by and meet Haecksen! 

After our get-together you can come with us to the networking-event of the informatica feminale at MädchenKulturHaus at “Viertel”. Feel free to join!

https://www.haecksen.org
https://wiki.ccchb.de/wiki/Zweigstra%C3%9Fe

>Registration necessary

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3 Sept (Sat) – Networking-Party of the Summer Universities

Networking Party of the Summer Universities

Saturday, September 3rd, 2022
Time: from 7 p.m.
Meeting point: Mädchenkulturhaus, Heinrichstraße 21, 28203 Bremen

We want to celebrate with you! Therefore we cordially invite all new and old participants and their friends to the networking party!
This year we want to explore the location the Mädchenkulturhaus in the hip quarter „Das Viertel“ in Bremen. The MKH is a meeting point for everyone who understands herself as a girl or woman, who grew up as one or want to be one. We think: The perfect place for our summer universities networking party!
https://bdp-mkh.de/

How do you get there?
Take Tram 6 direction Flughafen from university. Exit at the central station and take Tram 10 direction Sebaldsbrück. Stop: Humboldtstraße. Then a short walk and you’re there!

– no registration required –

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5 Sept (Mon) – Lunch Talk: neuland Büro

Lunch Talk: neuland Büro
Unser Frauennetzwerk unter Kolleginnen – Die Frauen in der Informatik Gilde bei neuland – Büro für Informatik GmbH

Monday, September 5th, 2022
Time: 1.25-1.55 p.m.
Location: Will be announced in the conference office.
Language: The talk will be in German.

We are an online shop agency working close with our customers always using agile methods. We work self organised in small developer teams. We decided in a group of female colleagues that we want to empower each other and start projects together.

https://www.neuland-bfi.de/

– no registration required –

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5 Sept (Mon) – Focke Windkanal

Focke Windkanal

Focke Windkanal

Montag, 5. September 2022
Zeit: 16.40h
Treffpunkt: Wird im Tagungsbüro ausgehängt.
Sprache: Die Führung wird auf Deutsch angeboten. / The language will be German.

Der Focke-Windkanal ist das Forschungslabor des Bremer Luftfahrtpioniers Henrich Focke, dem Erbauer des ersten stabil und sicher fliegenden Hubschraubers der Welt und Begründer der gesamten Bremer Luft- und Raumfahrtindustrie.

In der ehemaligen Tischlerei wurden 1923 die ersten Windkanalmodelle für Focke-Wulf gebaut, Anfang der 60er Jahre kaufte Prof. Focke die Immobilie und richtete sich ein privates Fluglabor mit Windkanal ein.

Die Führung dauert mit Diskussion etwa 2 Stunden.

Um Spenden wird gebeten.

http://www.focke-windkanal.de/

>Anmeldung erforderlich

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6 Sept (Tue) – #Women’sHealth. Are new digitalized healthcare processes and products gender equitable?

Discussion meeting:
#Women’sHealth. Are new digitalized healthcare processes and products gender equitable?

Tuesday, September 6th, 2022
Time: 11.00-12.45a.m.
Room: Will be available at the conference office.
Language: Der Vortrag wird auf Deutsch angeboten. / The language will be German.

Dr.in Mo Urban
Bremische Zentralstelle für die Verwirklichung der Gleichberechtigung der Frau (ZGF)

Frauen sind anders krank und anders gesund als Männer. Das ist mittlerweile anerkanntes Fachwissen. Eine gute Gesundheitsversorgung berücksichtigt daher geschlechtsspezifische Aspekte – in alle Bereichen: von der Prävention, zur Beratung, Diagnose & Therapie und Rehabilitation. Nicht in allen Bereichen hat sich eine entsprechende Sensibilisierung jedoch etablieren können und beispielsweise wird bei Frauen im Vergleich zu Männern, weiterhin ein Herzinfarkt weniger schnell und zuverlässig diagnostiziert. Die Digitalisierung des Gesundheitswesen stellt nun die Geschlechtergerechtigkeit ein weiteres Mal vor eine große Hürde: Digitale Infrastrukturmaßnahmen und digitale Intervention verändern das Gesundheitssystem auf der Makro-, Meso- und Mikroebene. Hierdurch modifiziert sich die Arbeit im Gesundheitswesen – gerade im Bereich der Pflege betrifft dies vor allem Frauen – sowie die Versorgung, Diagnostik, Therapie und Rehabilitation. Obwohl die Kategorie Geschlecht für eine gute Gesundheitsversorgung eine zentrale Bedeutung hat, fehlen oftmals gendersensible Perspektiven bei der Entwicklung, Implementation sowie der Evaluierung digitaler Infrastrukturmaßnahmen und der Technologiegestaltung.

Eine Auseinandersetzung mit geschlechtersensibler Gestaltung der Digitalisierung im Gesundheitswesen ist extrem spannend und dringend notwendig. Denn mit dem Einzug digitaler Entwicklungen in bspw. die Medizin, Beratung und Pflege tun sich gerade für die Informatik – aber auch für uns als potentielle Klientinnen und Patientinnen – neue Handlungsspielräume und Herausforderungen auf. Die Bremische Zentralstelle für die Verwirklichung der Gleichberechtigung der Frau (ZGF) befasst sich mit dem Einfluss der Digitalisierung auf die Geschlechtergerechtigkeit. Mo Urban, dortige Fachreferentin für Gesundheit & Wissenschaft und gelernte Sozial- und Gesundheitswissenschaftlerin, wird in ihrem Input einen Einblick geben, wie und in welchen Bereichen der digitalisierten Gesundheitsversorgung eine Geschlechtersensibilität von Nöten ist. Sie wird in ihrem Aufschlag drei Blitzlichter werfen: auf die geschlechtersensible Prävention und Gesundheitsvorsorge, auf die digital evozierten Veränderungen bei einem klassischen Arbeitsplatz wie jener einer Pflegekraft in einer stationären Einrichtung sowie auf die Veränderungen der Versorgung von Frauen in Bremen während der Corona Pandemie, durch die Knall auf Fall viele Angebote auf digitale Formate umgestellt werden mussten. In der anschließenden Diskussion sollen Informatik und Gesundheitswissenschaften zusammenkommen und Fragen debattieren, bspw. wie Prozesse und Produkte gendergerecht entwickelt werden können und wie diese dann auch umzusetzen sind.

Dr. Monika Urban, promovierte Sozial- und Gesundheitswissenschaftlerin, arbeitet aktuell seit 1,5 Jahren als Referentin für Gesundheit und Wissenschaft bei der Landesfrauenbeauftragten Bremen. Zuvor war sie als Projektleitung im Institut für Public Health und Pflegeforschung an der Bremer Universität im Feld Digitalisierung im Gesundheitswesen tätig.

– no registration required –

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6 Sept (Tue) – Center of Applied Space Technology and Microgravity (ZARM)

The drop tower Bremen. How does it work and what happens within?

Tuesday, September 6th, 2022
Time: 4.40p.m.
Location: Will be available at the conference office.
Language: If participants who are English-speaking (but not German-speaking) are present, the language will be English.

Let us clarify these questions by means of an easy to understand presentation where you can also test your understanding with small hand experiments.

Following this we will make a tour through the integration hall where real microgravity experiments are prepared, take a look at the drop tower deceleration chamber

(availability depending on date and time according to operational schedule) and close with a peek at our prototype of a moon/mars station.

Total duration of the tours is 75 – 90 minutes.

Unfortunately a tour to the top of the tower is not part of the tour.

> Registration necessary.

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6 Sept (Tue) – Bremen hydro-electric power station

Visit the Bremen hydro-electric power station

Tuesday, September 6th 2022
Time: 4.45 pm
Location: Will be announced in the conference office.
Language: If participants who are English-speaking (but not German-speaking) are present, the language will be English in the beginning.
Please think of: proof of identity (ID Card), sturdy shoes and sturdy clothes

The oldest power station in Bremen Hastedt, directly in front of the (river) Weser weir, consists of two blocks, which are fueled with natural gas and coal. In highly efficient combined heat and power, electricity and district heating are produced for a large part of Bremen. Since 1989, this location houses the central control center for various heating plants and other decentralized systems. In addition, various plants in the customer order are monitored and monitored from there, 365 days a year, around the clock.

>Registration necessary

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6 Sept (Tue) – Summer university meets the Afrika Netzwerk Bremen (ANB)

Summer university meets the Afrika Netzwerk Bremen (ANB)

Tuesday, September 6th, 2022
Time: 7 p.m.
Location: Will be announced in the conference office.

Virginie Kamche is a computer scientist and has been the voice of Bremen’s African community and multi-ethnic networks for over 20 years. During our evening of networking, she will present the Verein Afrika Netzwerk Bremen (ANB) and talk about her personal career experience and history.

The Afrika Netzwerk Bremen (ANB) is a cooperation of multiple organizations, initiatives and people, who focus on different activities concerning Africa and other continents. The goal is to support and represent the political, economic, cultural and social interests of African migrants living in and around the Bremen state area.

With delicious food, Virginie Kamche will welcome us in the space of the ANB. We will have time to time and opportunity for exchange and discussions.

https://anb-bremen.de/

https://diversity-preis-bremen.de/diversity-persoenlichkeit-virginie-kamche/

>Registration necessary

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7 Sept (Wed) – Lunch Talk: Ableton

Lunch Talk: Ableton.
New tales from the instrument makers

Wednesday, September 7th, 2022
Time: 1.25-1.55p.m.
Room: Will be available at the conference office.
Language: If participants who are English-speaking (but not German-speaking) are present, the language will be English.

Micha Bürgle, Head of Focus Area Connect, Ableton

Five years ago, Micha represented Ableton for the first time at Informatica. Back then, she shared some stories about how the company and the work were organized. For this lunch talk, she’ll compare her 2017 thoughts to Ableton 5 years later and highlight some developments.

– no registration required –

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7 Sept (Wed) – How to be more mindful & intentional in job searching – a workshop by Ableton

How to be more mindful & intentional in job searching – a workshop by Ableton

Wednesday, September 7th, 2022
Time: 4.45-6.40p.m.
Location: Will be announced in the conference office.
Language: The teaching language will be English. / Die Sprache wird Englisch sein.

Dori Czapari
Software Engineer at Ableton
Micha Bürgle
Head of Focus Area Connect at Ableton

For people with or without experience interviewing for jobs, this interactive session aims to help you become a more reflective and focused job-seeker. We’ll share the employer’s perspective on job interviews, based on our hiring experience at Ableton. Then we’ll explore together what you find important to know about your potential future employer and collect ideas how to learn more about it during the interview process.

Our goal is for you to leave inspired and a step closer to a workplace you can thrive in.

About Ableton

Ableton offers software and hardware, content, education and inspiration for a diverse community of music makers worldwide. The company was founded in 1999, is based in Berlin and is led by one of its founders.

>Registration necessary

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