Athena Swan

Athena Swan promotes and supports the diversity of all staff in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM), and aims to address gender, race and sexual orientation inequalities and imbalance in these disciplines and, in particular, the under-representation of certain groups in senior roles.

Saturday, 26 August 2017

Taking Control of your Career as a Female Physicist

Taking Control of your Career as a Female Physicist
Wednesday 15 November, 15.00 – 18.00
Hallam Conference Centre, London W1

Book now to reserve your place!

The IOP and SEPnet are holding a networking careers event for physics undergraduate and PGR students.

Our half-day panel and networking event will give you a chance to find out what career options are available to physicists.  You will hear from a range of female physicists who will talk about their roles and how they got to where they are.  They will provide practical advice and information about the skills and experience you need to progress in your career.

Jenni Dyer, Head of Diversity, IOP, will give the keynote speech.  Speakers include:

Sarah Medley
Tritium Plant Engineer
UK Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA)
Rikki Douglas
Sales and Marketing Director
Ultra Electronics Nuclear Control Systems
Gwenaelle Lefeuvre
New Technology Development Manager
Micron Semiconductor Ltd
Amy Hearst
Process Engineer
Laura Benn
Magnetic Shields
Caterina Minelli
Senior Research Scientist
National Physical Laboratory
Kathy Romer
Professor of Astrophysics
University of Sussex
Tracey Berry
Senior Lecturer in Physics
Royal Holloway University of London
Ilana Wisby
Product Developer
Snapout Ltd
Helen White
Senior Technical Lead
HMG Contractor

Refreshments will be provided.

Places are limited.  Please register here:    
Members – Free   Non-members - £30      Apply to become a member with the IOP and attend for free: 
SEPnet students can claim support for travel expenses on a first come, first served basis by contacting their SEPnet Employer Engagement Officer.

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