Women & Work Sommer Academy, 2. September 2017

Ein Webinar für immatrikulierte Studentinnen und Absolventinnen.

Das Programm:

  • 12-13 Uhr: Das Kompetenz-Rad - Vier Schlüsselkompetenzen der Zukunft
  • 13-14 Uhr: Frauen führen anders - Mit werteorientierter Führung überzeugen
  • 14-15 Uhr: Erfolgreiche Positionierung für Frauen
  • 15-16 Uhr: Wertschöpfung "Ich": Persönliche Stärken kennen und richtig kommunizieren

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Im Rahmen der Konferenz "EnviroInfo 2017 From Science to Society: The Bridge provided by Environmental Informatics"
(Promovierende können an der Rahmenkonferenz ggf. mit reduziertem Beitrag teilnehmen)

Location: Neimënster Abbey, 28 Rue Münster, 2160 Luxembourg
Date: (September 13/14/15, 2017)

• Eva Kern, Leuphana University Lüneburg & Environmental Campus Birkenfeld
• Dominik Schöner, University of Applied Sciences Hanover
• Martina Willenbacher, HTW Berlin – University of Applied Sciences

Workshop Objectives
Nowadays, our daily life is hardly imaginable without using information and communication technologies (ICT) – both on the professional and the private side. However, such technologies consume a huge amount of energy and, thus, have a significant impact on the environmental footprint. Therefore, solutions to counteract the increasing energy consumption caused by ICT are required. On the other hand, the technologies can be used to support a more sustainable way of life.
We invite new researchers and PhD students, to share their current research or research proposals in the context of environmental and sustainability informatics with a community that always thrived on new ideas, concepts and research questions. The PhD workshop will focus on bringing PhD students from together and provide them with a platform where they can network, discuss approaches and challenges as well as present the current state of their work. In addition, there will be opportunities to obtain feedback from an established research community.
The PhD Workshop is an opportunity for PhD students to
• share and discuss approaches, challenges and open questions of their individual projects,
• receive feedback, new ideas and fresh perspectives for their own work,
• learn from and exchange with other researchers, working in the same research field,
• obtain an overview of other research activities belonging to environmental informatics,
• promote the development of a supportive community of PhD students and a spirit of collaborative research,
• contribute to the conference goals through interaction with other researchers and conference events. (From Science to Society: The Bridge provided by Environmental Informatics Luxembourg)

Workshop Topics
Topics related to the workshop are:
• ICT for environmental protection, climate change and scarce resources,
• ICT for ecological system modelling and simulation,
• ICT for power grids / smart grids,
• Environmental impacts of ICT,
• Energy aware software development,
• Energy informatics,
• Green IT and Green by IT,
• Green software engineering,
• Resource and energy efficiency,
• Sustainability dimensions and indicators,
• Sustainability reporting,
• Sustainable mobility,
• Carbon footprinting tools and applications,
• Environmental modelling, visualization, simulation and optimization,
• Information modelling and interoperability for sustainability applications.

The participants of the workshops should be PhD candidates or those who are about to start their PhD studies. Depending on your aims considering the publication of your work, we invite you to send us your abstracts, full papers or posters according to the table below:

TypeSubmission/ ReviewingPresentationSubmission deadline
Full papercomplete text for peer review, double-blindTraditional session>17/04/2017< extended 28/04/2017
Work in progressExtended abstract (1000 words) for peer reviewConverStations OR Sessions03/07/2017
Short contributionAbstract (500 words) for peer reviewConverStations OR Sessions OR Discussions03/07/2017


Final version for peer reviewPoster session



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Dr. Elisabeth Fillmann

Leiterin der Promotionsberatungsstelle

+49 6782 17-1827 


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Montag bis Donnerstag:
9.00 Uhr - 13.00 Uhr

Die nächste Sprechstunde in Trier findet am 12.09.2017 von 14-17 Uhr in Raum J 207 am Campus Schneidershof statt.