I borrowed these two from the library. I read Redd Barna in one evening. Good sign, but I struggle to remember the message when I think back to it. Moreover I mix it a bit with Din Alltid that I am reading now. 📚🔖happy weekend everybody
15 years ago I was interviewed by Anne Lise Aakervik https://lnkd.in/dUkH4yFH for a magazine that was produced by TTO. That interview gave me the possibility to spread my ideas and to receive feedback from other people than computer scientists. Of course each time you share about yourself, somebody will think you are silly, or exhibitionist or especially if you have a formal role as a professor that you are not serious. It is part of our path in life to learn to accept what people think and say about us.
15 years later I still think that this interview was an amazing experience.
.ps I am so lucky that I do not care about becoming old, yes I was younger and now I am uglier now, but again I do not care.
.pps I still want to work with #tech#work#people#art and #innovation – Mara DiaconuAnders Aune
Dear all mentees in the IDUN project
This morning I felt I wanted to send you a hope message.
For the time being I am working a lot with the COST action EUGAIN and trying to supervise PhD and master students in the https://sbs.idi.ntnu.no/ Software For A Better Society group.
We work with the bid to bring ACM Celebration of Women in Computing: womENcourage https://womencourage.acm.org/2021/ to Trondheim in 2023.
Otherwise I try to do all the other duties in a decent way and find time to read and exercise and I listen to the podcast https://janegoodall.ca/the-hopecast-jane-goodalls-podcast/ which in fact gives me hope that it is possible to combine science with empathy and hope.
Have an happy week and we will meet soon! Letizia
.ps if you do not want to receive these messages just let me know, it will be ok. If you want to give me feedback/advice about the IDUN or other issues, you can book a coffee meeting with me, you see my calendar, I will find time to listen to smart people 😊
While preparing my first presentation in 2022, I count that in 2021 I gave the following presentations (13)
March PhD Day NTNU
March DION – TEKNA (video)
March for COST Action g2net (action chair Elena Cuoco)
March Politecnico di Torino (see slides below)
June Nordic Edge
September WASP DIG Workshop
December 1) ICSOB; 2) Universita’ di Pisa 3) Nepal (see below) 4) India (iSES 2021)
Some material below:
After starting again and again as I was loosing the overview when a new story was starting, I decided to give up. The reviews that are anticipating some theological reflections did not inspire me either. I have started a new book, stay tuned. I will read this one in paper form later, may be.
å spørre deg
hva vil du
til hva du vil
i stedet for
å spørre deg
hva har du gjort
eller enda verre
du må gjøre dette
|Ho imparato |
cosa hai fatto
o ancora peggio
devi fare cosi’
|I learned to|
what do you want
to what you want
what have you done
or even worse
you have to do this
link to ICSE 2022 Workshop https://geworkshop.github.io/
link to eugain.eu
link to ACM WomENCourage
Speaker: Prof. Letizia Jaccheri NTNU Trondheim
Title: Gender Issues in Computer Science Research, Education, and Society.
When? Thursday 16/12/2021 at 15.00
For Whom? Researchers, PHD Students, Bachelor and Master Students, External actors
Where? Aula Gerace Dipartimento di Informatica and Virtual
Join Zoom Meeting
Abstract: This lecture addresses gender issues in Computer science from Research, Education,
Society perspectives. Jaccheri will start from UN Goal 5, Achieve gender equality and empower
all women and girls to contextualize the topic in an open and meaningful context. She presents research
issues, some from her own projects, others from examples of biased technology, like smartphone voice
assistants and data sets for job recruiting based on male population.
Then, she presents statistics about female presence in education, research and industry.
Further, the presentation goes in depth and presents specific projects for increasing gender balance
among students and among professors. The presentation concludes with a list of International projects
and resources. The goal is to start a dialogue with the local community and exchange best practice.
The seminar will be as interactive as possible and will be offered as hybrid event.
Letizia Jaccheri (Master in CS from University of Pisa, PhD from Politecnico di Torino, Italy) is a Professor
at the Department of Computer Science of the Norwegian University of Science and Technology and
adjunct professor at UiT The Arctic University of Norway. Jaccheri’s research is on software engineering,
at the intersection with art, gender, and social innovation. Letizia has published more than 200 papers in
international conferences and journals, has supervised PhD students and Post-doctoral students, and has
acted as opponent for national and international defenses.
Prof. Jaccheri has been teaching courses in software engineering at various levels since 1994,
with a passion for the course Customer Driven Project (link https://sbs.idi.ntnu.no/tdt4290into).
From 2015 to April 2018 she acted as one of the independent directors of Reply S.p.A., the largest Italian
IT company with 9059 employees. From 2013 to 2017 she was department head for the Computer Science department
at NTNU. She is ACM Distinguished speaker (link https://speakers.acm.org/speakers/jaccheri_10303) . In 2021
she got two prizes: the ODA Award Woman women prize and the NTNU prize for gender equality and diversity for
her work in gender and computer science with the projects IDUN (link https://www.ntnu.edu/idun),
EUGAIN (link https://eugain.eu/) and Kodeløypa (link https://www.ntnu.no/skolelab/kodeloypa).
Prof. Jaccheri has plans to contribute to address the issue of diversity in computer science at local and
Forfatteren Lars Saabye Christensen brukte 20 år for å skrive dette mesterverket. Det tok meg nesten 20 år, først så jeg serie på NRK , deretter leste jeg boken og nå har jeg hørt lydboken i 35 timer.
Halvbroren er nå inntil videre på første plass i min liste av favorittbøker, foran Ferrante, Knausgård, Fallaci.
Hvorfor kom du tilbake? Spør Barnum. “For å fortelle deg alt dette” svarer Fred i bokens siste setning. Genialt!
dear friend I write to you sings Italian Lucio Dalla in his lovely song from 1979.
caro amico ti scrivo
the old year is not yet finished but somehow finishes here since I will leave Trondheim, my students and friends. I will not climb anymore my beloved Høyskoleparken nor walk around Ilaparken with my dog Nino in 2021.
2021 has been a year with COVID-19, with less travels, less social life. For me it has been a year of great joys, my youngest son starting university, two gender equality prizes, and even if I never thought in my life I should get prizes, the prizes warm my heart and motivate me for the years to come.
It has been the year I get 7 rejections to 7 research applications. You can blame me for having written too many, for sure I have done mistakes, I promise I will study the feedback carefully. I did not manage to swim from Munkholmen either, I had to give up 300 meters before arriving. And I experienced a fracture that kept me invalid for 6 weeks. I observe my friends aging, somebody with grace, other with pain, something else fighting aging. On my side, I keep doing my things and I enjoy reading more than ever, now listening to the wonderful The Half Brother (Norwegian: Halvbroren) a 2001 novel by the Norwegian writer Lars Saabye Christensen. We cannot do anything else than keeping good mood, to be able to laugh and keep hoping.
Per poter riderci sopra Per continuare a sperare
Dalla in his song announces a transformation, or better he sings that TV has announced a transformation. It has been the year that my university has decided to invest in sustainability, my students and I follow and invest in software for better equality, better health, better education.
Ma la televisione ha detto che il nuovo anno Porterà una trasformazione
This is what we all wish, a transformation that will improve life on our planet and will bring more love and each one will love in the way each one wishes.
E si farà l’amore ognuno come gli va
The year that comes is coming and will finish. I want to continue to live, learn, and laugh. I am preparing my self. This is the news.
L’anno che sta arrivando tra un anno passerà Io mi sto preparando È questa la novità