Women in Engineering Workshop
This Workshop is sponsored by the
Women in IES Technical Committee
13.30-13.40 Welcome and Introduction to the Women in IES initiative
Prof. Lucia Lo Bello, University of Catania, Italy, IES representative for Women in Engineering
PART I: Diversity, Talent and Excellence in Academia and Industry
Session Chair: Prof. An Braeken – Vrije Universiteit Brussel
13.40-14.05: Invited Speech
Anneke Hunninck, Academic Business Manager VUB.
Title: “From Academic Research to Societal Benefit”
14.05-14.30: Invited Speech
Kathleen Dupont, HR Director Agidens.
Title:“ Talent Development & Boosting Intrinsic Motivation“
14.30-14.55: Invited Speech
Laurence Jacobs, Business Relationship Officer AGORIA and Women in Tech Ambassador.
Title:“ The Future of digital is female - a case for more women in Tech“
14.55-15.20: Invited Speech
Prof. dr. Johan Stiens – Head of Electronics and Informatics Department and director of the Biomedical Engineering program
Title:“ STEM initiatives for Low Income Countries: Creating a sustainable collaboration bridge for knowledge transfer between Academia and the South”
15.30-16.00: Mingle and Coffee Break
Part II: Research and Demo Presentations
Session Chair: Larissa Dunai
16.00-16.25: Invited Speech
Prof. Dr. Mª Cristina Rodríguez-Sánchez, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Spain
SmartE2–Improving the Quality of Life in an Accessible and Simple Way.
16.25-16.50: Invited Speech
New trends in materials for high performance electrical machines
Prof. Claudia Martis Universitatea Tehnica Cluj-Napoca, Romania
16:50-17:30 Demo paper presentations
17.30-17.40: Closing Speech
Prof. Lucia Lo Bello, University of Catania, Italy
Prof. Lucia Lo Bello, IES WiE representative. Email: email@example.com
Event registration: Attending the Women in IES Workshop is free but registration is mandatory, please register using the registration page of the conference (https://iecon2022.org/register/). In case of questions on the registration, please contact Prof. Lucia Lo Bello (Email: firstname.lastname@example.org)