What will happen?
Lightning talks: 8 th March, Tuesday 1 pm-2 pm
Lightning talks by community women about how the #progressnotperfection concept helped them to achieve milestones.
Tech workshop: 19 th March, Saturday 1 pm-3 pm
During the 2 hrs workshop we will learn:
Applied skill workshop: 26 th March, Saturday 1pm-2:30pm
During the 90 min #IamRemarkable workshop we will learn:
Who can attain?
Anyone who recognizes them as women or in the underrepresented group
It will be online over Google meet. Join Links and calendar invitations will be sent to the registered participants.
No dear. It's a gift from Google Women Techmakers.
How about gifts and certificates?
Yes, quiz winners will receive a $25 Starbucks/Amazon gift card.
At the end of each event, a Quiz link and details will be sent to each registered participant. For each event, multiple participants will receive gift cards.
All participants will receive a Certificate.
#womeninspiringwomen #womenintechnology #womeninscience #iwd2022 #gdg
University of Ottawa
Chair, uOttawa ACM-Women student chapter
University of Ottawa
Didem is the chair of uOttawa ACM-Women student chapter. She is a PhD student in Digital Transformation and Innovation (DTI) program under Engineering Faculty. She holds a bachelor’s in business management and has +10 years of interdisciplinary and intercultural managerial work experience. She decided to change her career a few years ago and step into the tech world with a master’s degree in DTI program which led me on to the PhD program recently. She is interested in new revenue generation models, data monetization, smart cities and sustainability. Her research interests are mobile and vehicular crowdsensing, incentive mechanisms in crowdsensing, connected & autonomous vehicles and crisis management in smart cities. She is also a researcher in the smart connected vehicles innovation center (SCVIC) of uOttawa.
Sakina is currently pursuing her second year of PhD in the applications of machine learning for automated software verification solutions in Collaboration with Huawei Canada and the University of Ottawa. She finished her Erasmus Mundus master’s in Advanced Systems Dependability from the National University of Ireland, Maynooth, University of Lorraine, France and University of St Andrews, Scotland (2018-2020). Her research interests include software engineering, automated software verification and applications of machine learning. Moreover, Sakina is one of the directors of the Erasmus Mundus Student and Alumni Association (EMA) for 2021-2023. In 2019, Sakina was awarded the National University of Ireland and French Government Medal for her distinction in collaborative degrees.
University of Ottawa
Women Techmaker Ambassador and PhD Student
Women Techmakers Ambassador| Research Assistant, MCRLab| PhD student, University of Ottawa| Mentor, Connected Canadians| Mentor Canadian Biomaterials Society|#IamRemarkable workshop facilitator
Naz graduated in Software Engineering at the University of Saskatchewan. As a tech-enthusiastic woman, Naz has mastered web development skills. She is interested in community work and helps in developing university websites. Naz is a winner of several hackathons and programming contests. She worked as an active volunteer of Women Techmakers Bangladesh to arrange hackathons, sessions, workshops and talks.
Björn is a Customer Engineer at Google Canada with a focus on data management and analytics. He has previously architected, implemented, and tuned many data warehouses and relational transaction systems as a consultant. His passion for sharing with and learning from others has led him to present on data, devops and cloud at over 100 conferences and meetups around the world.
Björn has served as the president of IOUG's RAC special interest group and organized the Developer Community EMEA tour. He is always challenging himself, personally through physical activities including triathlons, and professionally through his ongoing quest to increase his knowledge of leading technologies.
Ayrat is a CNCF Ambassador, GDG, GDE and Hybrid Cloud Specialist at Google Cloud, where he spends time creating and developing cloud-native architectures and help customers run workloads on-prem and in multi-cloud environments. As a CNCF Ambassador he has an opportunity to educate people and share knowledge about benefits of containers, microservices and Cloud Native landscape via CNCF and Kubernetes Meetups, workshops or by helping customers to build modern cloud native applications that can run seamlessly on-prem or any cloud provider. Ayrat is passionate about community, he is frequent speaker and lead organizer at Eastern Canada CNCF and Kubernetes Meetups and GDG Cloud Montreal and Ottawa. He is an organizer of Kubernetes Community Days, Cloud Native Days Canada 2019 and GDG Cloud & AI DevFest 2019 conferences.