The Scientists Dating Forum (SciDF) would like to invite you to join a very special SciDF@Bars event to to commemorate the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, which is on 11 February: “Women and science: past, present, future” or “Mujeres en la ciencia: pásado, presente, futuro”.
The role of women in science is becoming increasingly evident, but there still exists some difficult barriers to cross. Scientists women will highlight these facts and discuss possible causes and solutions.
The speakers are:
- Marta Casanellas Rius: Professor and Researcher at the Mathematics Department at UPC and President of the “Comisión de Mujeres y Matemáticas de la Real Sociedad Matemática Española”
- Olga López Serrano: Researcher at Instituto de Química Avanzada de Cataluña, IQAC and Scientific director of Bicosome
- Tània Verge: Associate Professor and Researcher at Department of Social and Political Science, UPF)
We will discuss together various aspects such as:
- The role of women in science over the last decades.
- Have women equal opportunities in the public and private sectors?
- Opportunities for women to increase their professional status compared to men: are differences accentuated by increasing the range?
- Which areas of science have more differences? Or, in which levels (student, PhD, postdoc, research professor…)
The roundtable will be moderated by Maria Vicioso Casañal and Isabel Marín Beltrán, scientist at Institut de Ciències del Mar de Barcelona and members of the SciDF.
See you there!
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