Call for Contributions 2024: Courses from all fields of computing are welcome

The University of Bremen in Germany starts the 27th Informatica Feminale – the International Summer University for Women in Computing. It will be on place in Bremen from August 14 to 29, 2024. Computer scientists from academia or industry are cordially invited to develop courses offers for the summer university 2024.
Course offers can be submitted until February 15, 2024.
[Dates, dates… for all those who need a little extra time to submit their course offers, the registration form will remain open for a few more days 😉 ]

> Call for Contributions 2024 to Informatica Feminale

International Summer Courses for Women in Computing

For the Summer University Informatica Feminale 2024 we cordially invite women students from all types of universities and colleges as well as women professionals interested in further training from all over the world! You will experience two weeks of professional studies and establish a network with women having manifold backgrounds in a friendly and stimulating environment at the University of Bremen.

Every year the Informatica Feminale offers compact teachings in computing and ICT.

Entering higher education, developing a student career, transition into labour market and lifelong academic learning are equally in the field of vision. Inter/national lecturers and students meet at the Informatica Feminale in Bremen, Germany to exchange.

Since 1998 the Summer University Informatica Feminale is part of the regular course program of Bremen University and organized by the Fachbereich Mathematik und Informatik (Department of Mathematics and Computer Science) and the Kompetenzzentrum Frauen in Naturwissenschaft und Technik der Universität Bremen (Center of Excellence Women in Science and Technology at Bremen University).

Funding comes predominately from the Professorinnenprogramm (joint initiatives of the German federal state and the Länder), the University of Bremen and from the Faculty.


A place for experimentation in teaching

In 1998 the University of Bremen started the first summer university for women in computing: Informatica Feminale is a place for experimentation and professional exchange, with the intention to develop and imply new impulses in Computer Science and Informatics.

The concept of Informatica Feminale was developed at Bremen University and has been transfered several times to national and international places. Informatica Feminale is organized at Bremen on a yearly basis. Every summer 200-250 students participate in some 50 courses.