The keynotes will be focused on “What is STEM and why is it important for digitalisation and future work?”. Different speakers will share their own experience in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) areas.
Researcher in Education and Innovative Pedagogy with a double affiliation between Abdelmalek Essaâdi University & University of Cadiz. Her PhD is focused in promoting Computational Thinking applied to mathematics, with a focus on young girls.
Currently an Irish Research Council Scholar under the Enterprise Partnership Scheme Co-funded by Intel Ireland. Her PhD project is in STEM Education, focusing on gender differences in spatial visualization skills.
Alicia García-Holgado – aliciagh[at]usal.es
She is Computer Engineer and has a PhD from the University of Salamanca in the Education in the Knowledge Society Programme.
She works at the University of Salamanca as a partial time professor in the Degree of Computer Science. She is also researcher in the GRIAL Group. Her work is focused on knowledge management through technological ecosystems, and the gender gap in STEM.
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What is STEM and why is it important for digitalisation and future work?