An Interview with Stefania Serafin

Interview by Anna Xambó, Anna Weisling, and Takumi Ogata May 15, 2017 Photo (above): Stefania in her home town Venice. A few words about Stefania: Stefania Serafin is Professor in sound for multimodal environments at Aalborg University in Copenhagen, where she pioneered the media technology program Medialogy. Her research areas include sound modeling, multimodal interfaces, and […]

12th Women in Machine Learning Workshop (WiML 2017) – Call for Participation

Women in Machine Learning presents a workshop for underrepresented minorities and undergraduates interested in machine learning research. The workshop will focus on female presenters, and include opportunities such as mentoring sessions and career advice tables. Registration is open until November. Dates: December 4–7, 2017, co-located with NIPS, Long Beach, California, US Read more here  

‘Electronic Music: Powered by Girls’ TURN IT UP! –

TECHNE, a national arts education organization focused on technology workshops for women, launched the 2017 crowd-sourced fundraiser ‘Electronic Music: Powered by Girls’ to increase their reach. They raised $10,239 USD (%2 more than their goal), which is a total success! Read more here

Sonic Cyberfeminisms: Call for Contributions

Sonic Cyberfeminisms will be held at the University of Lincoln, UK, 5-6th May 2017. Contributions include research papers, standpoint papers, workshop proposals, and performances. Five bursaries are available to help cover travel, accommodation and childcare costs. Deadline for proposals: 12 February 2017 Read more here

Female Composers: AHRC/BBC Workshop (January 25, 2017) – AHRC

A joint workshop between AHRC and BBC will be held in January 25, 2017. The workshop seeks around 8 researchers of arts and humanities interested in female composers. The aim is to commision up to three features that can include working with BBC Orchestras and Choruses, together with radio programs. Deadline: November 30, 2016. Read […]

Implicit Bias Workshops – Institute Diversity (Georgia Tech)

90-minute workshops offered for faculty on implcit bias and perceptions of competence. The workshops are organized by Institute of Diversity in collaboration with Georgia Tech’s ADVANCE program. Find out more at