BCSWomen Lovelace Colloquium

The BCSWomen Lovelace Colloquium is an annual one-day conference for women undergraduates, which moves around the country.

The aims of this event are to support and encourage women and non-binary students, and:

  • To provide a forum for undergraduate and masters students to share their ideas and network
  • To provide a stimulating series of talks from women in computing, both from academia and industry
  • To provide both formal (talks) and informal (networking) advice to undergraduates and masters students about careers in computing from women and non-binary people’s perspectives

Each year we have a great series of talks, and an opportunity for students to discuss their own work in the form of a poster contest, with cash prizes provided by industry sponsors.

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London Hopper Colloquium

The London Hopper Colloquium is also held annually and is organised by the BCS Academy, with support from BCSWomen committee members and general members.