The BCSWomen Lovelace Colloquium is a national one-day conference for women students of computing and related disciplines. The aim of the event is to bring women students from around the UK together for networking, talks, and career development advice from successful women in computing. We have speakers from both industry and academia, and a poster contest for the students to show off and talk about their own work.
The BCSWomen Lovelace Colloquium founder and chair is Hannah Dee. The lead organiser at the hosting venue this year was Deborah Adshead.
The event is generously supported by sponsors so BCS Lovelace are able to keep the event free for all who want to attend, and also pay the transport for all women who get into the poster contest.
10.20 Keynote: Sarah Winmill, director of IT services, UCL
11.20 Coffee break, with posters going up
11.40 Open Source Intelligence: A double edged sword, Shahrzad Zargari and Sue Beckingham, Sheffield Hallam
12.10 Lunch starts
Poster judging happens over lunch
14.15 Lunch and posters finish
14.15 Technology for Social Good, Carolyn Johnson, J.P. Morgan
14.45 Brain Computer Interfaces. Mahnaz Arvaneh, University of Sheffield
15.15 Coffee break, posters coming down
15.45 Panel session on computing careers
16.30 Close & prizes
17.15 Social - in the Phoenix Bar, the Hub, Sheffield Hallam Students Union