The initiative "Creating a MINT future" is looking for OUTSTANDING BACHELOR AND MASTER'S THESES on various topics together with cooperation partners.
The theses (BA/MA) may originate from 2021 or 2022 and may be written in German or English. The main prize is endowed with 3,000 euros, the runner-up gets 2,000 euros and the author of the third-best work can look forward to 1,000 euros.
» Security of virtualized IT infrastructures through virtual security components
» Automated security analysis of server log files using artificial intelligence
» Confidentiality jeopardized by exploiting compromising emissions
You can work until August 15th. be submitted. The main target group are students of computer science and related departments, students and graduates of all MINT subjects are eligible to participate.
Please send your theses together with your CV and final grade (if you already have one) to email@example.com.
All information can be found here:
The initiative "Creating a MINT future" is looking for OUTSTANDING BACHELOR AND MASTER'S THESES
on various topics together with cooperation partners.
The theses (BA/MA) may date back one and a half years and may be written in German or English.
The main prize is €3,000, 2nd place €2,000 and 3rd place €1,000.
Digital leadership - ideas are needed on how managers can translate their employee organization into the digital world in order to control processes in real time using KPIs. The question is: How can "digital leaders" and their employees digitally optimize everyday work processes?
People and IT security - How can technologies be used to minimize sources of error due to the human factor or to react quickly to IT risks?
Helpdesk Monitoring – So-called "low-level" IT incidents are time-consuming: solutions are needed to reduce the number of inquiries that reach the helpdesk team.
Data science in HR, IT, procurement etc. - Data is the key! We are looking for creative minds who enjoy solving cross-departmental use cases in relation to data science.
Digital Upskilling - How can employees be encouraged to take part in IT training courses? How must the training be designed so that the prior knowledge of the employees can be individually linked?
Theses or Exposés can be submitted together with the CV until August 29th, 2022. All students and university graduates of MINT subjects (mathematics, computer science, natural sciences and technology) worldwide are eligible to participate.
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The main aim is to bring the international families together for an evening every month to build a community.
After a two-year break we are announcing the dates for the year 2022. We look forward to meeting you and your family!
Please register online: bit.ly/3lgTB3t
N2Women'22 Call for Posters
The 12th N2Women workshop (N2Women'22) will be co-located with
SIGCOMM'22 in Amsterdam, Netherlands, in the week of August 22, 2022.
N2Women aims to foster professional networking among women in computer networking and related research fields in which women are traditionally underrepresented. The workshop welcomes women, but also men who share the same research interests and face the same career hurdles. The program of the workshop will include keynotes and discussions on careers in networking, but also technical sessions where, in particular, junior researchers are welcome to present their research as poster presentations.
Posters will not be published and can therefore be under submission to other conferences or workshops. Authors of accepted posters will be required to present their work as part of a lightning presentation
The best poster will be awarded a Best Poster Award and runners-up will receive an honorable mention.
Participation and Travel Grants
N2Women is pleased to provide travel grants to its annual workshop and encourages participants to apply. Information about the application process will be provided on the workshop website.
May 25, 2022: Poster abstract submission deadline
June 6, 2022: Notification of acceptance
N2Women'22 workshop website:
Submit your poster abstract at n2women22.hotcrp.com.
The Gender Data Gap -- And its Implications for Data-Driven Decision Making
Abstract: Most of recorded human history is one big data gap.
Speaker: Meike Zehlike (Senior Scientist)
In this talk it will be cover different examples on how the gender data gap creates a world that disadvantages women in ways ranging from inconveniences to outright life-threatening dangers. And how data-driven decision making has the potential to amplify the problem.
The event is open to everyone who is interested.
Organized for BIPoC doctoral students exclusively, the empowerment workshop is led by Dr. Lana Sirri and Loubna Messaoudi.
The workshop aims to provide a safe space and opportunity for discussion about potential career paths for BIPoC after graduation in NGO and start-up work in Germany.
The participants will examine the existing structural and systematic hurdles and learn how to navigate them to center their career in diversity and intersectional justice.
Loubna Messaoudi (CEO, BIWOC* Rising, Berlin)
Dr. Lana Sirri (Project Manager, BIWOC* Rising, Berlin)
More about BIWOC* Rising and their mission: biwoc-rising.org/about/
The working languages will be English and German. To provide a safe space for discussion, the workshop is exclusively offered to BIPoC (Black Indigenous People of Color) PhD students. Please register by Tuesday, 22.03.2022 by sending an email to Yoana Vergilova at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The mentoring program helps female migrants achieve their goals with the help of experienced mentors who are in the middle of life and come from all professional fields and social classes. The mentors help female migrants tap their potential for the labor market and find their place in society. MiNET offers female migrants a network of qualified integration and labor market experts, trainers and consultants who accompany them for a year. The program enables intercultural encounters at eye level and access to new (professional or private) networks.
The "Open Meeting" offers the opportunity to learn about the program and to meet mentees and mentors.
Women who are interested in becoming a mentor or mentee are cordially invited. Participation is free of charge. The meetings are held regularly. For dates and more information visit the Website.