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Gender in Physics Day
Wednesday, 10 May 2017 from to (Europe/Rome)
at CNR ( Aula Convegni )
at CNR ( Aula Convegni )
Piazzale Aldo Moro, 7 Roma
Go to day
09:30 - 11:00
Convener: Sveva Avveduto (CNR)
Speakers: Massimo Inguscio (CNR President), Fernando Ferroni (INFN President)
Welcome by the Minister of Education University and Research
Speaker: Valeria Fedeli (tbc)
Equal opportunities. A point of view from PM Cousellor
Speaker: Monica Parrella (tbc)
Objectives of the GENERA project
Speaker: Thomas Berghoefer (GENERA)
CNR and INFN gender data and issues
Speakers: Sveva Avveduto (CNR), Roberta Antolini (INFN)
- 09:30 Welcome 10'
- 10:30 - 11:00 Coffee Break
11:00 - 11:45
Setting the scene-Challenges and perspective for Gender Equality in the European research system
Convener: Lucio Pisacane (CNR)
Physics - Narrowing the Gender Divide
Speaker: Wendy Hansen
20 Years of Dutch Initiatives to Promote Gender Equality in Physics
Speaker: Win Van Saarloos
Promoting Sustainable Excellence Through Diversity in European Science Careers
Speaker: Claartje J. Vinkenburg
- 11:00 Physics - Narrowing the Gender Divide 15'
11:45 - 13:00
Best practices and "GEPs in practice" session
Convener: Sandra Leone (INFN)
Monitoring Gender Equality in Academia: the GenderTime Experience
Speaker: Silvana Badaloni (Padua University)
Experience from Genovate
Speaker: Antonella Liccardo
Experience from Genislab: Towards a INFN Competency Model?
Speaker: Oretta Di Carlo (INFN)
The INFN Plan of Positive Actions
Speaker: Maria Rosaria Masullo (INFN)
CNR-CUG Best Practices: from Project to Implementation
Speaker: Gabriella Liberati (CNR)
- 11:45 Monitoring Gender Equality in Academia: the GenderTime Experience 15'
13:00 - 13:30
Conclusion: where we stand, what we have learnt and actions to be taken
Convener: Marco Ferrazzoli (CNR)
Speaker: Speranza Falciano (INFN Executive Committee)
Speaker: Corrado Spinella (Director of CNR Department of Physical Sciences and Matter Technologies)
- 13:00 INFN 15'
- 13:30 - 14:30 Lunch
14:30 - 16:30
ERC Starting Grant: a successful proposal
A young physicist's experience
Speaker: Manuela Cavallaro (INFN)
School Competition: "Women in Physics: stereotypes and gender bias"
Presentation of students' best products Award Ceremony: Gold, silver and bronze prizes
Speaker: Silvia Bencivelli (Journalist)
- 14:30 ERC Starting Grant: a successful proposal 30'
- 09:00 - 09:30 Registration 30'