ACM MobiCom 2023 N2Women Event
The N2Women event aims to foster connections among the under-represented women in computer networking and related research fields. This year the events will be held in the form of a 60-min panel discussion and a 60-min dinner meeting.
N2Women is supported by ACM SIGMOBILE, ACM SIGCOMM, IEEE Communications Society, IEEE Computer Society (CS) Technical Committee on Computer Communications (TCCC), NSF Division of Computer and Network Systems, CRA-W, Facebook, Microsoft Research, HP Labs, and Google Research.
EVERYONE is welcome to attend the panel and networking event!
N2Women Panel Discussion and Dinner Meeting
Date: Tuesday, October 3, 2023, 19:00 – 21:30 (CET, Central European Time)
Location: Main Conference Hall with dinner at La Huerta Funky Castizo
La Huerta Funky Castizo
C. de las Conchas, 8, 28013 Madrid
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Topic: Career Mobility in Research
Delighted to announce our excellent panelists:
- Prof. Yingying Chen, Professor, Rutgers University
- Dr. Andra Lutu, Senior Researcher, Telefonica Research
- Dr. Xi Li, Senior Researcher, NEC Laboratories Europe
- Prof. Qun Song, Assistant Professor, Delft University of Technology
Our panelists will share their experiences about how they adapt to a new research environment quickly and establish connections with researchers from different institutions.
Please sign up for the events via this link:Sign-up
N2Women Travel Grants
Funding for the N2Women travel grants has been graciously provided by Meta and Google. As detailed below, two different types of grants are available. The grants are handled together with the other available student travel grants. Please see the Travel Grant page for instructions on how to apply; each application will be automatically considered for all available travel grants provided that the eligibility criteria are met.
N2Women/Meta GeoDiversity Young Scholar program
This program offers multiple travel grants (up to $2000) to students from under-represented countries/regions to attend MobiCom 2023. N2Women/Meta GeoDiversity Young Scholar program aims to foster networking and leadership opportunities to geo-diverse young researchers. The program is supported by the Meta Networking team. The goal is to promote participation in conferences of young researchers/students in countries historically underrepresented in our research community, and help them create networking events in their home country. Eligibility criteria for N2Women/Meta GeoDiversity Young Scholar program travel grants: non-US female students from under-represented countries.
N2Women Regular Travel Grants
N2Women is pleased to offer six additional travel grants for MobiCom 2023 to broaden participation of female students from universities traditionally underrepresented at MobiCom. The grants are funded by Google. The travel grant (up to $1500) is available to all full-time students; priority will be given to women and other underrepresented communities.