Workshops and talks in schools and institutes

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Students, former students and teachers of our School are organized to take workshops and talks to schools and institutes

This series of workshops and talks have begun with the participation of the teacher Yania Crespo as part of the activity organized by the Scientific Culture Unit of the UVa on the occasion of 11F, International Day of Women and Girls in Science. In this activity the objective is to introduce children to a woman of reference in science / technology, in a talk given by a woman working in science/technology. In this case it is presented, to children of 5th grade of primary, to Ada Lovelace, in a way adapted to age, What he excelled in, Why it is important and at the end a programming activity is carried out with the kids. This first talk-workshop was held at the CEIP El Prado in Valdestillas.

The 23 February Dilyana Valerieva Ivanova, graduated from the double degree INDat Computer Engineering + Statistician and current student of the Master in Computer Engineering, gave a workshop at the IES Condesa Eylo for all ICT groups of 1st year of Baccalaureate.

Day 8 and 10 of March the current student of the last year of the degree of Computer Engineering Ruixin Chen gave workshops for the different ICT groups of 4th ESO of the Virgen Niña school.

The day 9 March Maria Ruiz Molina, Alumni, graduated in Computer Engineering, Gave 3 workshops for all groups of 1st year of Baccalaureate of Colegio San José.

On Monday 13 March Marta Fernández Poyatos, graduated from the double degree INDat Computer Engineering + Statistician and current student of the Master in Computer Engineering, gives a workshop for girls enrolled in the STEM Talent Girl program who visit the facilities of our School that includes visiting and learning how a Supercomputer built with Raspberry Pi's works by the TRASGO Research group (More information and images of the visit)

All previous workshops have been under the Women and Technology program: Computer workshops with a gender perspective. Under this program that is part of the activities for the 8M in the UVa two types of workshops are taught:

  1. Artificial Intelligence and the impact of bias on data: the case of Amazon's algorithm rejecting job applications from women and other examples.
  2. Web & Privacy

In addition, The teacher Rocío Carratalá participated in a round table at the IES Ribera de Castilla.

To end this cycle of talks and workshops, this Monday 17 April, the current final year student of the double degree INDat Computer Engineering + Statistics Maria Sanchez Villanueva gave three talks for the different groups of 4th of ESO of the school Ntra Señora de la Consolación (Augustinian) Valladolid.