Informatics' Equality and Diversity Blog

March 7, 2017

Today! Women Who Code Edinburgh

Filed under: Events,Women in STEM — hwalker2 @ 10:54 am

The first meet-up for Women Who Code Edinburgh will take place this evening at FreeAgent, Edinburgh Quay, Fountainbridge, 6:30 -8:30pm.

For more details and to sign up see

March 6, 2017

London Hopper & Karen Spärck Jones Lecture 2017

Filed under: Events,Women in STEM — hwalker2 @ 10:38 am

The 13th London Hopper Colloquium and 7th Karen Spärck Jones Lecture will take place Thurs 25 May 2017 at BCS headquarters in London. This 1-day event will include a spotlight competition open to postgraduate students.

Hopper speakers :

• Dr Lynne Baillie, Heriot-Watt University – Building User Centered Rehabilitation Technologies

• Juliet Grout, IBM – Cybersecurity the billion pound problem

• Dr Anna Muszkiewicz, University of Oxford – Simulations of the human heart shed light on mechanisms underpinning atrial fibrillation

• Dr Larissa Romualdo-Suzuki, Greater London Authority – Data as Infrastructure for Smart Cities

Karen Spärck Jones Lecture

Professor Maja Mataric’, Chan Soon-Shiong Chair of Computer Science, Neuroscience, and Pediatrics at the University of Southern California (USC) will present the 7th Karen Spärck Jones Lecture in the evening. Professor Mataric’ is also the Founding Director of the USC Robotics and Autonomous Systems Center, and a director of the USC Robotics Research Lab.

Both events are free. See

March 1, 2017

Athena SWAN Silver Award celebration

Some representatives of the Informatics E&D Committee at the School's Athena SWAN Silver Award celebration, 24 February 2017Representatives of the Equality and Diversity Committee (pictured), were joined by Stephanie Millar, Equality Challenge Unit, staff and students, Friday 24 February, to celebrate our Athena SWAN Silver Award.

See the related School news story.

Attendees also had the opportunity to preview our forthcoming video, Girls in Tech and the first of our student case study films, due to be launched on International Women’s Day, 8 March 2017.

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