Engendering Technologies 2019 (EGT’19) is organized with the XX International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (Interacción 2019) from June 25th-28th, 2019, San Sebastian, Spain.
Invited Speaker: Sara Alvarellos
Sara is Architect, social innovator by vocation and specialist in strategic project management. She is a Fab Academy graduate from the Fab Foundation and MIT CBA and has a Master’s Degree in Project Management from the EAE Business School. She is the founder of Makespace Madrid, a non-profit organization that opened the first Fablab in Madrid in 2013; and co-founder of Mujeres Tech, an association for the promotion of women in the field of science and technology. With an experience of more than 7 years leading strategic projects designing products and services to improve the lives of people through technology, for the public and private sector; Today she leads innovation consultancy and digital transformation projects in everis. Contact: https://twitter.com/saraalvarellos
Chairs: Rosa Gil Iranzo and Carina S. González
Rosa Gil Iranzo is associated professor at the Computer Science and Engineering Department of the Universitat de Lleida. Her BD is Physics (Universitat de Barcelona) and her PhD Thesis is related to Computer Science (Universitat Pompeu Fabra). Her research interests are related to ethics and human-computer interaction (HCI).
Carina S. González González is associated professor at Computer Engineering School of the University of La Laguna. Her main focus areas in research are related to human-computer interaction (HCI), serious games and gamification in Education and gender in HCI.
Home Page: http://cjgonza.webs.ull.es
TOPICS OF INTEREST
As Engendering Technologies at Interacción 2014, 2015, 2016, 2918 this workshop is focused on all the gender aspects of the technology domain. Main topics of interest include but are not limited to:
- Gender & Human-Computer Interaction (HCI).
• Gender and IT ethics
• Design for women, designing by women
• Gender & software engineering
• Gender issues in technology design
• Women inclusion in technologies
• Gender digital divide
• Gender & video games
• Gender & Information Technology
• Gender & Science and Technology
• Cultural & symbolic dimensions of ICT
• Changing relations between people and ICT
• Gender & user-centered design methodologies
• Gendered innovations in ICT
• Women, technology, and power
• Best practices on Gender and ICT
• Mentoring and experiences for attracting women to ICT studies and professions
• Gender & Digital Security and risks
• Gender & IT inclusion policies and actions
• New methodologies on gender & IT syllabus
• Gender Prototyping development
• New Designing techniques for women
• Gender Tech and new materials
• Maker movement & Gender
- Aruquia Peixoto (CEFET/RJ, Brasil)
- Alicia García Holgado (University of Salamanca)
- Ana María González Ramos (GENTIC, Internet Interdisciplinary Institute, IN3,
Open University of Catalonia)
- Adriana Gil-Juarez (University of Rovira i Virgili)
- Beatriz Eugenia Grass (Universidad de San Buenaventura, Cali).
- Carina González (Department of Informatics and Systems Engineering,
University of La Laguna)
- Cristina Manresa-Yee (Department of Mathematics and Computer Science,
University of Balearic Islands)
- Eva Cerezo (Department of Informatics and Systems Engineering, University of
- Mª Cruz Sánchez Gómez (University of Salamanca)
- Montse Vall-Llovera (Open University of Catalonia)
- Inmaculada Perdomo (Department of History and Philosophy of Science, IUEM,
University of La Laguna)
- Jessica de Armas (University of Pompeu Fabra)
- Laura Briz Ponce (University of Salamanca)
- Lourdes Moreno (Computer Sciences, University Carlos III of Madrid)
- Noura Aknin (Abdelmalek Essaâdi University, Morocoo)
- M. Antonia Huertas Sánchez (Department of IT, Multimedia and
Telecommunication, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya)
- Mireia Ribera (Universitat de Barcelona)
- Natalia Padilla-Zea (International University of La Rioja)
- Núria Vergés Bosch (Copolis, University of Barcelona)
- Patricia Paderewski (Department of Languages and Informatics Systems,
University of Granada)
- Pino Caballero-Gil (Department of Informatics and Systems Engineering,
University of La Laguna)
- Rosa Gil-Iranzo (Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University
- Sandra Baldassarri (Department of Informatics and Systems Engineering,
University of Zaragoza)
- Sara Alvarellos Navarro (Innovation Business Lider, Everis)
All paper submissions will be peer-reviewed by an international panel of experts. All submissions must follow the conference ACM template. Papers not strictly following the templates will be excluded from the conference proceedings. The first version must be submitted in PDF. Authors should submit an original paper written in English or Spanish in any of the following submission categories following the ACM Template:
- Full Papers: Full papers should describe original work that has not previously been published and provide significant results of scientific research. Presentation time for full papers will be 15 minutes plus 5 minutes for questions. Full papers have a maximum of 8 pages.
- Short Papers: Short papers should describe innovative work in progress, without significant results yet, that contribute to well-founded research. Presentation time for short papers will be 10 minutes plus 5 minutes for questions. Short papers have a maximum of 4 pages.
- Experiences / Showcases: Showcase works and projects related to
gender. Presentation time for experiences/showcases will be 10 minutes
plus 5 minutes for questions.
Papers written in Spanish will be published in the conference proceedings under ISBN, on digital support, as long as the camera-ready submission, registration and copyright document have been received.
Accepted full and short papers written in English will be published entirely in the ACM Digital Library.
Conferences Submission System
Papers should be submitted electronically via the Easychair web-based submission system. Inside EasyChair the topic “EnGendering Technologies Workshop” must be selected.
The best paper of EGT’19 will be nominated for the “Maricarmen Marcos” Award of AIPO.