Ulysseus European University is organising a roundtable titled ”Science: Where magic happens” on 11 February 2022 at 12 pm CET to celebrate the International Day of Women and Girls in Science. At this event, upper secondary students from six countries will have the opportunity to ask questions to young female researchers from the six partner universities about their interest in working in science and the challenges faced during their careers.
This activity is part of the calendar of activities of ”COMPASS: Leading Ulysseus to become a European University excellence model through Research and Innovation”, a Horizon 2020 project of Ulysseus and the flagship for its R&I agenda and strategy.
Science: where magic happens
- Marta Cintas Peña, MSCA Postdoctoral Researcher at University of Seville (Spain)
- Nuttanun Siriaporn, PhD candidate at Université Côte d’Azur (France)
- Michela Iebole, Ph.D. candidate in Physics at Universita’ di Genova (Italy)
- Jana Marx, Ph.D. candidate at MCI | The Entrepreneurial School ® (Austria)
- Michala Weissová, Ph.D. candidate at the Faculty of Civil Engineering of the Technical University of Košice (Slovakia)
- Hanna Timonen, Ph.D. candidate in Aalto University (Finland)
6 students from upper secondary school and universities in Spain, Italy, France, Austria, Slovakia and Finland
Roberto Spotorno, Professor of Metallurgy and Researcher in Materials for Energy at the Department of Chemistry and Industrial Chemistry at University of Genoa and active in dissemination initiatives promoting the awareness on climate change and diversity and inclusion.
Day | Friday, 11 February 2022
Time | 12 – 14.00 CET time
Host university | University of Genoa
Language | The webinar will be in English
Certificate of attendance | Upon request. At the end of the webinar a survey will be published for those interested in receiving a certificate of attendance.
COMPASS: Leading Ulysseus to become a European University excellence model through Research and Innovation” is a Horizon 2020 project of Ulysseus and the flagship for its R&I agenda and strategy.
COMPASS has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the grant agreement No 101035809. The views and opinions expressed in this communication are the sole responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the European Commission.