In this new entry Women in Technology we are going to talk about Jean Jennings Bartik and her professional career as another example of the gender gap that has existed in the field of technology for decades. To do so, we will go back to the presentation of the ENIAC, considered the first fully electronic […]
At 21st Century Women Technologists, our goal is to give visibility to women who opt for STEAM careers. That is why we are dedicating this post to the promising young women who are finishing their internships at Gradiant and who have contributed their talent during this 2022. Their profiles are very different, their hobbies too; […]
On the Día das Letras Galegas we bring you the story of the Galician technologist María Wonenburger, who had to confront her father and her time to devote herself to mathematics.
According to a study by the National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics, women are less likely to choose careers in computer science and engineering, despite the fact that women now earn half of all undergraduate and doctoral degrees. On the other hand, women scientists and engineers still receive lower salaries than their male […]
In the International Women’s Day on 8 March, we want to explain how ICT will facilitate the achievement of SDG number 5: ‘Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls’.
Xunqueira Ézara is from Redondela (Pontevedra). After some time working hard in several projects, she has proven to be a key player in her team. Her colleagues highlight both, her sense of humour and her work capacity, as well as being really competent in the field. Xunqueira studied Aerospace Engineering at UC3M, in order to […]
New episode of the ‘Women in Technology’ series, this time dedicated to a modern researcher: Fei-Fei Li. She is Professor of Computer Science, Co-Director of Stanford University’s Human-Centered AI Institute and one of the most prolific active technologist at Artificial Intelligence (AI) field.
Successful Hollywood actress and scientist, her biggest contribution to ICT world was in the wireless communications sector. Lamarr’s technology was used to control communications and nowadays it is working in mobile networks, Bluetooth devices and WiFi.
Considered a pioneer in the radioactivity field, this famous Polish-French scientist was the first woman to become a professor at Sorbonne University in Paris. Our colleague Alicia remembered her that way.
We are beginning a new section of Women in Technology introducing Jude Milhon, programmer, writer and one of the first female hackers in history, as well as a strong advocate for cyber-rights.
In her free time, Nora enjoys music -if it is live, that’ s better-, travel and gastronomy. These two hobbies are the ones she likes to combine: every time she visits a country, she doesn’t go without tasting typical local food.
Marta is a native of Gondomar and in addition to statistics – a field in which she holds a PhD in Statistics and Operations Research – she is passionate about cinema, contemporary art, design, travelling and learning by travelling, even more so with a backpack.