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12:00 3 April 2014

'Inspiring Excellence – Lessons from Successful Women'

Location

Darwin Lecture Theatre | Darwin Building (link Map)
accessed via Malet Place | Gower St | London | WC1E 6BT | United Kingdom

Open to: Academic | Student

The Athena Swan Committee and UCL Cancer Institute invite you to attend the last session of our exciting seminar series

'Inspiring Excellence – Lessons from Successful Women'

The last speaker will be:

Prof Dame Wendy Hall, Dean of the faculty of Physical and Applied Sciences, Southampton University

Wendy Hall is one of the world’s leading computer scientists. After completing her studies in maths and computer science at Southampton, she joined its new Computer Science Group in 1984. Her team invented a hypermedia system known as Microcosm, which predates the World Wide Web. She became the University’s first female Professor of Engineering in 1994. She went on to work with Sir Tim Berners-Lee to found the Web Science Research Initiative in 2006, which aims to foster Web Science as an academic discipline. She is a Fellow of Royal Academy of Engineering.


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Dr. Suzana Hadjur
s.hadjur@ucl.ac.uk


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Professor Wendy Hall