CRA-W/CDC is proud to be a sponsor of the following Discipline Specific Workshop. The Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) 2017 Computational Science and Engineering (CSE17) conference Broader Engagement (BE) program will provide a rich scientific program, mentoring, and career and professional development to students, faculty, and professionals who aspire to broaden their experience in research-based professional activities.
CRA Women DSWs
Discipline Specific Workshop
CRA-W/CDC is proud to sponsor the 2017 AAAI Diversity Workshop via the Discipline Specific Workshop program. The goal of the workshop is to discuss issues facing members of underrepresented groups in AI, with emphasis on cases studies and best practices to change the situation at all levels, from K-12 to college level and in the workforce.
The Pipeline Workshop aims to expand the high-performance computing (HPC) and computational sciences workforce with researchers and engineers from traditionally underrepresented groups. This is a CRA-W Discipline Specific Workshop.
Networking Networking Women (N2 Women) is a discipline-specific community for researchers in the communications and networking research fields. This discipline specific workshop will Connect newer generations of networking women researchers with the community and create mentorship relationships.
The world-wide female participation in AI and CS in general is dwindling instead of increasing. The decrease of the number of women in AI is specially worrisome. This discipline specific set of activities is aimed at creating a network of women and members of other under-represented groups at the IJCAI 2016 conference.
CRA-W/ CDC is proud to sponsor this workshop. The goal is to introduce students to the exciting research area of robotics and to provide students currently doing research in robotics with valuable career-building information. It will be held at this year's 2016 Robotics: Science and Systems Conference.
The 2016 CRA-W/CDC CADENS Broadening Participation in Visualization (BPViz’16) Workshop will be held August 3-4, 2016. The goal of the workshop is to cross boundaries between STEM and non-STEM domains of scientists with data visualization needs, to facilitate collaborations and broaden participation in visualization on all levels: academic, research and industry.