Join us for a talk and discussion with Rima Alaifari and Apero afterwards. 25.05.22 13:00-14:00 HG D 7.2
Join us for some input, discussion and an apero on 13th of April from 12:00 to 13:00!
To call attention to how we can speak and write to include people of all genders, we have written and delivered a letter to all lecturers at D-Math and D-Phys. You can read the letter on our blog.
At the second coffee lecture of the semester, we heard Prof. Dr. Yiwen Chu talk about her experience with moving to the U.S. as a child and her studies and first research positions there. She talked about challenging situations as a woman in science and gave us an insight into her research at ETH. Afterwards, there was a discussion with lots of input from students on culture in academia and honesty in conversations.
Thanks to everyone for the lively discussion and see you soon at our next coffee lecture!
As part of the Respect month, Dr. Meike Akveld told us about her work as a contact person at D-Math and how we can all do our part in promoting Respect at ETH by standing up for others.
To learn more about the speakupeth project mentioned at the event visit https://vseth.ethz.ch/speakupeth/
On the 17th of May 2021, Prof. Renner joined us for an online coffee lecture. He talked to us about the motivation behind and the success of the Open Search Initiative at D-Phys to hire more excellent female professors.
It’s time for the second coffee lecture of the semester! On 28.11. at 12:45 at HCI J7, we will get an input by Prof. Dr. Rupp. She’s a new assistant professor here at ETH, and part of the Nanostructures and Ultrafast X-Ray Science group in the physics department. Her input will be on the book “Why Science is Sexist”, written by Nicola Gaston.
As always, there will be an apero and a discussion.We hope to see you there soon!
Join us for our first coffee lecture of the semester! Join us for our apero next Wednesday, 6.11. at 12:00 at HG D1.2, and stay for the input by Prof. Dr. Teichmann. He’s a professor here at ETH researching in the field of mathematical finance. He will give an interesting input on how gender equality affected him, and why it is important to strive for a balanced gender ratio in maths. Afterwards, there will be a discussion.
We hope to see you there soon!
It’s that time of the year again – hurray, another Coffee Lecture at the Zentrum! On the 8.5.2019 at 12:05 at HG D 7.1, we will treat you to some hearty coffee, homemade cakes, lunch, and last but not least a very interesting input by Prof. Dr. Corinna Ulcigrai! She’s a professor at the University of Zurich researching in the fields of Ergodic Theory and Dynamics, and will give an interesting input on confidence, followed by a plenary discussion.
We hope to see you there soon!
Phimale is very pleased to announce its next coffee lecture!
This time on ETH Hönggerberg in collaboration with the Physics Departement. Next Tuesday, on 9. April, we will have Prof. Dr. Rachel Grange with us. She will talk about the experiences she made on her path in academia.
It will take place at 12:45 in the HCI building, room G3. As usual, there will be a splendid Apéro after the presentation & discussion. We are looking forward to your questions and seeing all of you there!