4-5 November 2019
Other Institutes
Europe/Helsinki timezone

NORNDiP2019, Nordic Network for Diversity in Physics   norndip.com

While Nordic countries traditionally top World Economic Forum equality index,  job segregation exists there and it is actually quite strong. This parameter is not taken into account in the Gender Gap Index. Implicit bias is one of the factors preventing women and men alike from pursuing non-traditional carriers. The second annual NorNDIP conference is devoted to implicit bias in addition to a review of interesting physics highlights. For more info about the Conference and the Network visit our website www.norndip.com

Other Institutes
Helsinki, Paasitorni
Paasivuorenkatu 5 A, FIN-00530 Helsinki

The conference starts on Tuesday 4. 11. 2019 at  12 o'clock noon (Eastern European time) with a lunch (registration open from 11am), and Finishes on Wednesday at 3pm

The conference fee  of 60€ covering lunches,  coffees and conference dinner on Monday.

We have  a  block reservation for Hotel Scandic Paasi next to the conference venue.  If you want to  utilise this  book your room here  http://www.scandichotels.fi/?bookingcode=FIARB (through this link you get 10% the price of the day,   reservations are cancellable until  6 pm  on the  arrival day and you do not need to pay  in advance).

Travel info:https://www.helsinki.fi/en/university/coming-to-the-university-of-helsinki

Keynote speakers:

  • Fabiola Gianotti, CERN / topic: "Scientific research (and much more ...) at CERN" tbc
  • Jadranka Gvozdanovic,  University of Heidelberg, Germany / topic: implicit bias


Confirmed invited speakers (to be expanded):

  • Leena Järvi, University of Helsinki, Finland / topic: urban meteorology



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