Gender Effects Lecture Series

“Gender Effects: How Women Are Engineering the Technology of Tomorrow” is a lecture series that ran through July 2016 held by the Cluster of Excellence Cognitive Interaction Technology in cooperation with the Competence Center Technology-Diversity-Equal Chances. These lectures were open to the public and invited participants to exchange ideas about how women and men differ in the ways they design and use future technologies, along with how gender-equal technologies might function. 



Speakers in this lecture series:

09 July 2015: Prof. Dr. Susanne Ihsen (Technical University Munich)
05 November 2015: Prof. Dr. Heike Wiesner (Berlin School for Economics and Law)
10 December 2015: Prof. Dr. Susanne Maaß (Bremen University)
14 January 2016: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Corinna Bath (Technical University Braunschweig)
28 January 2016: Prof. Dr. Nicola Marsden (University of Applied Science Heilbronn)
14 April 2016: Prof. Barbara Schwarze (University of Applied Science Osnabrück)
28 April 2016: Prof. Dr. Jeff Hearn (Hanken School of Econmics, Finland)
23 June 2016: Prof. Dr. Tanja Paulitz (Aachen University)

All lectures are now published  and can be dowloaded:

PDF icon Vortragsreihe_Gender Effekte.pdf2.75 MB