This was #wetechtogether Conference 2019
7st of March 2019, Zurich
By bringing all female tech communities together, we want to reach the largest amount of people, women especially, who either are already in the field of technology or have an interest in joining.
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#wetechtogether conference 2019 Speakers
Meet trailblazing women in tech and hear their stories about how they got into tech, what challenges they faced in their careers and listen to their tips and insights supporting you in your career.
#wetechtogether 2019 Experience Sessions
ETH Robotics Labs
Ever wanted to experience how it is to work with robots? Do you want to know how a flying robot is used for? Get up close to the robots from the ETH Robotics Labs and talk to the inspiring women experiencing with them at the lab.
Hack a blockchain app by Deloitte
Are blockchain applications secure by default? Definitely not! Deloitte has developed a blockchain application to show how such systems can be attacked. The application contains two of the most common security vulnerabilities that plague these types of systems. Get some hands-on experience with a blockchain application and see it get attacked right in front of your eyes!
Dive into Virtual Reality by Red or Blue Labs
Whether you prefer to dive into a dream world, fly to the moon, play action games, paint artworks in 3D or meditate on the beach, virtual reality provides you endless opportunities to experience a different world. Get your experiences and talk to experts about what is possible and how to get into this exciting industry.
Immersive touch by Sensoryx
Sensoryx’ glove system VRfree® allows you to use your hands and fingers accurately and realistically in VR giving players an unprecedented level of immersion and allowing intuitive interaction such as playing the piano or painting a room, all without the need for cumbersome and counter-intuitive hand-controllers.
Structured Networking with WE SHAPE TECH
Networking might be hard sometimes, but we all know how important it is for our careers. In fact, one-third of all employees between 16 and 29 in the EU found their jobs through personal contacts. Another study found out that 40% of all open jobs in Germany are filled through personal connections. And needless to say, the higher you get in your career, the more important personal connections become: 70% of managers in Germany found their jobs through networking.
So, join WE SHAPE TECH during the event for a structured networking session, talk about professional and personal subjects such as goals, matters, successes, and experience. Ultimately grow through powerful connections that help you accelerate your professional life.
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In her role as an Analytics Specialist and Knowledge Engineer, she has been working in the area of digitization and process automation with a strong focus on natural language processing (NLP). Prior to that, Susanna worked as a computational linguist for Roche Diagnostics in the domain of technical documentation and semantic search. She holds a specialized master’s degree in multilingual computational linguistics from the University of Zurich.
Patricia is a Senior Consultant in Deloitte’s Cyber Risk Services team where she focuses on data protection and blockchain security. She is also leading Deloitte Switzerland’s Women in Cyber initiative. Originally, she studied math and wrote her thesis in aeronautics and astronautics. It was a course in high school about cryptography that introduced her to the world of cyber security, and she is so glad to be there today.
Jen Jen Chung
Jen Jen Chung is a Senior Researcher in the Autonomous Systems Lab at ETH Zürich. Her current research interests include learning for multi-robot coordination and risk-aware planning for applications such as robot navigation through human crowds. This builds on her past work at Oregon State University and the Australian Centre for Field Robotics, which focused on the development of information-based exploration strategies to characterize the exploration-exploitation trade-off within resource-constrained learning missions. She received her Ph.D. (2014) and B.E. (2010) from the University of Sydney.
A graduate of MIT and a Ph.D. candidate at ETH, Carolyn has 8 years of industry experience as both a product engineer and research engineer. Her job alongside her Ph.D. research is for a company that was a start-up but has made the successful transition to being a Small-Medium Enterprise, which she has been a long-term employee during that transition. By studying and working in both Europe and the United States, she has experienced firsthand how different cultures and industries can affect women in tech.