After three months of “Online Summer Courses” we are preparing the certificates and evaluate our experiences. We look forward to the next summer and fixed the following dates:
The 24th Informatica Feminale will take place from 13.-25. September 2021 at the University of Bremen.
We plan an event on campus – hopefully, this will be possible.
Our Call for Contributions to propose course offers will be published in January 2021 on this website.
All, who want to receive information about the Summer University 2021, are invited to subscribe to our mailing list. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Online Summer Courses 2020
The 23rd Informatica Feminale goes online! The International Summer University for Women in Computing at Bremen University switches to flexibel online teaching in 2020 . Courses from the broad field of Computer Science, ICT, and Informatics will be offered to women students in Computing studies as well as to practitioners in the field. Students from other subjects will find basic ICT and interdisciplinary course topics. Course offerings in German and in English are planned!
–> go to Course list and registration
The women´s network Informatica Feminale is a place to exchange about technical and social developments, which we meet in our every-day life and which are designed by ourselves as technical experts. Additionally, a special focus program will be arranged.
Focus 2020 – 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 wants to give space and time for critical reflections and highly welcomes experimental debates on the relations of technological knowledge and developments in societies. We especially invited teaching offers, which deal with applications of technical know-how in spaces for work and life (for example within care, education, health, food, household, mobility, social networking, publicity, sports, militarization, etc.) from feminist perspectives.
Companies with gender sensible organizational concepts and successful personal management strategies to promote women engineers to a broad spectrum of leading positions are invited to present their best practices to the participants of Informatica Feminale. There will be plenty of other opportunities to sponsor.