The first international symposium focusing on Greek Women Scientists is coming!
Four bodies with purely voluntary action (Greek Women in STEM, R.E.A.L. Science, Greek Girls Code, Lean in Greece
Women in Tech) joined their forces in order to implement this first symposium “Women +” (Women positive) which will be held online 1-3 October 2021, with English as the official language!
Our goal is to bring together Greek scientists working in Greece and abroad and to promote their work to the general public. Through interactive sessions and scientific panels with experts in biomedical sciences, physics, chemistry, engineering, technology, and related fields, we aim to promote networking and interdisciplinary collaborations, as well as to communicate scientific achievements to the public. Participants will have the opportunity to learn more about the STEM disciplines and their applications, as well as the different career paths they can choose in each field.
This interactive conference will involve direct audience participation as the speakers will answer live questions about their work and an excellent exchange opportunity through networking sessions. Finally, aiming to support and promote the work of Greek scientists, we launch an award session for early-stage Greek Women Scientists (up to 10 years from the first degree), in the various STEM disciplines. Learn more and submit your application here.
Participation in the symposium is FREE, however registration is required. Make sure you register here.
Looking forward to meeting you all!
Μαθητές: Δέσποινα Σιάγκρη, Υποψήφια Αρχηγός Κατασκηνώσεων Χ.Α.Ν.Θ.; Αθανάσιος Θεοδωρίδης, Υποψήφιος Αρχηγός Κατασκηνώσεων Χ.Α.Ν.Θ.; Παύλος Κιοσέογλου, Υποψήφιος Αρχηγός Κατασκηνώσεων Χ.Α.Ν.Θ.
Επιστήμονες: Δρ. Κέλλη Κούση, PhD; Δρ. Αγγελική Χαντέλη, PhD
Host: Μυρτώ Πατρασκάκη, MSc
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