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Du 31 août au 1 septembre 2017

Deans' Forum 2017

Women in science and engineering

After the success of the first Deans' Forum, in 2015 "Creating talents for a new world", MINES ParisTech organizes a second forum "Women in science and engineering", on August 31st and September 1st.

Deans' Forum 2017 Deans' Forum 2015 "Creating talents for a new world"

We intend to gather world-renowned researchers and academics in order to discuss this challenging subject for the future of our institutions.
 
During these two days we will offer speeches, roundtables, debates and testimonials by women.
Discussions will focus on the following items:
- History of women in science and within the academic world
- Organization of worlwide universities and innovation policies to promote women's access to scientific careers
- Testimonials of women in scientific careers
- Future prospects
 
 

Program

 

Confirmed speakers:

- Valérie Archambault, Deputy Research Director for corporate relations, MINES ParisTech (France)

- Aude Bernheim, PhD student, Pasteur Institute & co-founder, WAX-Association (France)

- Marie-Agathe Charpagne, Post-doctoral researcher, University of California (USA)

- Martine Collart, Professor, University of Geneva (Swiss)

- Maria Elmquist, Head of Department technology, management & economics, Chalmers University of Technology (Sweden)

- Christine Fontanini, Professor in Education Sciences, PhD, University of Lorraine (France)

- Pamela Habibovic, Professor, Maastricht University (Netherlands)

- Valentina Krachmalnicoff, CNRS Researcher, ESPCI (France)

- Katrine Krogh Andersen, Dean of Research, Technical University of Denmark (Denmark)

- Nadia Maïzi, Director of Applied Maths Researcg Center, MINES ParisTech (France)

- Christopher McMahon, Associate professor of Department of Mechanical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark (Denmark)

- Sylvaine Neveu, R & I Process Manager, Solvay (France)

- Margareta Norell Bergendahl, Professor, KTH Royal Institute of Technology (Sweden)

- Elisabeth Pate-Cornell, Professor and Founding Chair, Department of Management Science and Engineering, Stanford University (USA)

- Claude Riveline, Honorary professor, MINES ParisTech (France)

- Gulsun Saglamer, President, European Women Rectors Association (Belgium)

- François Taddei, Director, Centre de recherche interdisciplinaire (France)

- Christine Valle, Assistant Dean & Director, Women in Engineering Program, Georgia Institute of Technology (USA)

- Claire Voisin, Mathematician, Collège de France (France)


 
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