Women in Science : 150th Marie Curie Birthday

07/11/2017
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Women in Science : 150th Marie Curie Birthday GSI 2017 Valérie Archambault Amélie Dessens Loïc Devilliers Natacha Henry Alice Le Brigant Nina Miolane Maxime Ruszniewski Olivier Schwander Alice Barbara Tumpach Women in Science : 150th Marie Curie Birthday Contributors : I Natacha Henry I Amélie Dessens Women in Science : an equality issue? Contributors : I Valérie Archambault, Deputy Research Director for Corporate Relations at MINES Paris Tech- Ecole des mines de Paris. I Maxime Ruszniewski : Feminist men, what for? I Nina Miolane, INRIA and Department of Statistics, Stanford University, USA, L’Oreal-Unesco Prize for women in Science. Women in Science : What are the barriers? Contributors : I Loïc Devilliers, INRIA and Ecole Polytechnique, France. I Alice Le Brigant, ENAC - National school of Civil Aviation, Toulouse. I Nina Miolane, INRIA and Department of Statistics, Stanford University, USA, L’Oreal-Unesco Prize for women in Science. I Olivier Schwander, SUPELEC- Advanced school in Electrical engineering, Energy and Information sciences, France. I Alice Barbara Tumpach, Department of Geometry and Topology, Lille University, France. Why should there be more women in science? Figure: Yvette Kosmann-Schwarzbach and the participants of the workshop about Integrability and Quantization 2013 in Dijon (left) and the garbage collectors in Avignon (right, ledauphine.com) Why should there be more women in science? I The brain of a man and the brain of a women use the same logical rules to do research in science. I When knowledge meets needs, innovation can be created. Figure: Marie Curie in one of the mobile X-ray vehicles she created during World War I known as "Petites Curies" A scientist : A high-level athlete of the brain? What make an athlete run? I the need of expertise I the need of independance I the sense of belonging What is the role of a coach? I reassuring feed-backs aiming a dynamizing effect I facilitate personal connections with people and groups in the domain I open possibilities What differences in education have impacts in the choice of career? I Stop reproducing, Think! I Promote gender-neutral education I before buing a toy, think about the image it spreads! Is the mobility asked in a scientific career an issue? F1 = {w ∈ W , w stopped working and followed m ∈ M} 6= ∅ H1 = {m ∈ M, m stopped working and followed w ∈ W } = ∅? Matching Family and Work : are we really equal? Figure: Credits : Fabien Roussel F2 = {w ∈ W , w take charge of 2/3 of the housework } 6= ∅ H2 = {m ∈ M, m take charge of 2/3 of the housework } = ∅? What could help increase the number of female scientists? Schooling I if every male scientist take at least 1 woman as a PhD student... I spread your enthousism for science in schools and treat the subject of women in science Increase the sense of belonging I maintain the social connection with colleges who cross difficulties I be inclusive : do not judge a person by the number of publications I make workshops more family friendly Fight prejudice I educate people to take into account maternity and parental leaves in applications (1.5 years/ child in ERC grants, 3 years/child in Austria) I A women in a list of authors of a publiction is not a secretary! What could help increase the number of female scientists? What can the institutions do? I research in pairs/groups AND in single I To the CNRS Institution : allow Fellowships to be postponed for one year for parental or health reasons I To the CIRM conference center : open the conference center to families I To the universities : create childcare centers near the labs I Women in committees : no quota anymore!