Women in Tech – come and celebrate Ada Lovelace Day 2018 – University of Copenhagen

Women in Tech – come and celebrate Ada Lovelace Day 2018

Tech talks with women from Oticon, NETS, University of Copenhagen and 3Shape

3Shape and Department of Computer Science DIKUUniversity of Copenhagen join forces to celebrate the Ada Lovelace Day 2018 in Denmark! You are kindly invited to join us for a cheerful afternoon with talks, networking and refreshments, all focusing on women having chosen a technological or scientific path of career and who want to share their story with a greater community – to the benefit of the society and in honor of Ada Lovelace.


16:00 Doors open

16:15 Welcome by Mette Båstrup-Larsen, M.Sc. Computer Science and People and Project Manager, Scanner Development, 3Shape

16:30 “The role of uncertainty when data points are estimated from data” by Aasa Feragen, Associate Professor, The Image Section, Department of Computer Science University of Copenhagen

16:45 topic to be defined by Dina Friis, Nordic Senior Agile Coach at NETS

17:00 Food, drinks and hands-on experience with 3Shape software and scanners

17:45 Cognitive control of a hearing aid by Carina Graversen, scientist at Eriksholm Research Centre/Oticon

18:00 “Staying part of the development process after becoming a manager” by Kristine Slot, Project Manager & Software Development, 3Shape

18:15 Q&A

18.30 Drinks, network, mingle and hands-on experience with 3Shape software and scanners

See detailed program with bios on Findingada.com

All over the world the achievements of woman in STEM educations are celebrated on the second Tuesday of October personified in Ada Lovelace, an English mathematician also known as the first to recognize the full potential of a "computing machine" and the first computer programmer. She was the first to discover that the machine had applications beyond pure calculation and published the first algorithm intended to be carried out by such a machine.

Ada Lovelace Day marks an international celebration of the achievements of women in STEM. It was started in 2009 by Suw Charman-Anderson as a day of blogging about women in tech and rapidly developed into a broader celebration of women in STEM, the definition of which people interpret in their own way.

This year, 3Shape and DIKU join the community of countries hosting local ALD events.

More info on world-wide Ada Lovelace Memorial Days: https://findingada.com