Worldwide Events 2014

Every year, people organise their own events to celebrate Ada Lovelace Day, independently of the main event in London. Here you can find details of the grassroots events going on around the world this year. If you’re organising your own event, don’t forget to let us know! We already have events in:

And we’ve a listing of related events that you might be interested in too. Just scroll down to see what’s happening near  you!

United Kingdom

Brighton: Girls Get Digital!

Curiosity Hub will be celebrating Ada Lovelace Day with FREE mini-workshops in Brighton on Saturday 11th October, sponsored by American Express! ‘Girls Get Digital’ will feature a selection of 1-hour creative digital workshops for girls including robotics, animation and creating websites and games. More info.

Tickets: Free. Book now! 
Date: 11 Oct 14
Time: 10am — 5pm
Venue: Lighthouse Arts, 28 Kensington Street, Brighton, BN1 4AJ

Brighton: Codebar Brighton

Join Codebar Brighton in celebrating Ada Lovelace Day, as we move from fortnightly to WEEKLY workshops! Codebar provides FREE computer programming workshops and mentoring to women, LGBTQ and other under-represented communities in the tech industry. Learn how to create your own website and more – all levels welcome from complete beginners to career programmers. Places are limited; please sign up to receive invitations to our upcoming workshops. More info.

Tickets: Free. Book now!
Date: 14 Oct 14
Time: 6.30pm — 9pm
Venue: The FuseBox, Wired Sussex, Level 4 North, New England House, New England Street, Brighton, BN1 4GH

Bristol: Ada Lovelace Day

The University will be celebrating Ada Lovelace Day with two days of activities. On the 14th,  the School of Mathematics will be hosting a lecture by Professor Philip Welch about Ada Lovelace – The First Programmer, whilst a number of schools across STEM will have interactive stalls in the foyers of their buildings to tell staff and students more about Ada and other inspirational women in science.  On the 15th October the University of Bristol Computer Science Society will be holding an afternoon of short talks, a lecture and a round-table discussion about the challenges and successes for women in science. More info. 

Tickets: Free
Date: 14 Oct — 15 Oct
Time: 1 — 5pm
Venue: University of Bristol

Edinburgh: Information Display

A display about Ada Lovelace Day. Information about Ada Lovelace and other inspirational women in science and technology. More info.

Tickets: Free!
Date: 14 Oct 14
Time: 9am — 10pm
Venue: Heriot-Watt University Library, Edinburgh Campus, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, EH14 4AS

Edinburgh: Celebrating Edinburgh Napier University’s Women in STEM

An evening reception celebrating the achievements of Edinburgh Napier University’s female staff and students in science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine on Ada Lovelace Day. The keynote address will be given by Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell, renowned astrophysicist and President of the Royal Society of Edinburgh.

The event is being hosted by Edinburgh Napier’s Athena Swan Self-Assessment Team and Equate Scotland as part of the university’s 50th anniversary celebrations. It also offers an opportunity for females in early STEM careers to meet and learn from role models who have enjoyed success.

Tickets: By invitation only.
Date: 14 Oct 14
Time: 6.30pm — 9.15pm
Venue: Royal Society of Edinburgh, 22-26 George St, Edinburgh, Midlothian, EH2 2PQ

Exeter: Girl Geek Dinners – Ada Lovelace Day

An evening of short talks by Exeter Girl Geek Dinners members, celebrating not-so-famous women in STEM fields on Tuesday 14th October. Lucy Knight will also be speaking about Campaigning for Plain Data: The Cloche Project. A buffet is also included in the ticket price!

Tickets: £9.36. Book now!
Date: 14 Oct 14
Time: 7.30pm – 10pm
Venue: Coaver Club, County Hall, Matford Lane, Exeter, EX2 4PS

Glasgow: PianoPiano

An evening of new music uniquely written for two Grand Pianos performed live by the composers Karen MacIver & Hilary Brooks, as PianoPiano. 9 tracks, each dedicated to an iconic woman – Augusta Ada Byron, Marie Curie, Katharine Hepburn, Amelia Earhart, Cyd Charisse, Valentina Tereshkova, Emily Wilding Davison and EVE. More info. 

Tickets: £10 + booking fee. Book now! 
Date: 3 Nov 14
Time: 8pm – 9pm
Venue: Oran Mor, Byres Road, Glasgow, G12 8QX

Liverpool: Ada Lovelace Day

Talks and discussion on women in science, lunch, and exhibition ‘The World in a Particle’ with Dr Claire Jones and Dr James Bainbridge.

Tickets: £27 Buy now!
Date: 14 Oct 14

Time: 10.30am — 3.15pm
Venue: Victoria Gallery & Museum, Ashton Street, University of Liverpool, L69 3DR

London: #digitalwomen Teacamp

This year the #digitalwomen Teacamp event will focus on practical information and real life experience to help #digitalwomen make their way in the professional world. There will be four talks, two workshops and a panel discussion, all focused on solving the practical issues we face as women in digital or STEM on a daily basis. The event will be sponsored by dxw and will feature the following talks and workshops:


  • Sarah Jennings (@ladyleolion) will be talking about digital as the enabler for innovation and collaboration, and considering why women are doing so well in this space.
  • Sinead Mac Manus (@sineadmacmanus), CEO of Fluency, will be talking about her experiences getting a startup off the ground.
  • Mazz Mosely (@mnowster) will be talking about leadership skills in technical teams, and what it’s like being a manager in a very male industry.


  • 300 seconds (@300_seconds) will be running a workshop on public speaking, and how it can help us develop our visibility and online presence.
  • Gemma Hale and Alex Hazell from The Up Group (@theupgroup) will be running a workshop about CV writing, interviewing skills and salary negotiation.

The workshops will be run in parallel, please select the one you’d like to attend when booking your tickets.

Tickets: Free. Book now! 
Date: 9 Oct 14
Time: 4pm — 7pm
Venue: National Audit Office, 157-197 Buckingham Palace Road, London, SW1W 9SP

London: Restart Party Honouring Women Fixers and Tinkerers

We help people learn to repair their own electronics in community events called Restart Parties. We have been leading women’s skillshare events to increase female volunteer participation, as we do not want to give the impression that only men know how to fix electronics! On 14 October we are aiming for a record turnout of female Restarter volunteers. Restart Project co-founder Janet Gunter will say a few words about the importance of women getting involved in fixing, and we will have a special Ada cake. More info.

Tickets: Free. Book now!
Date: 10 Oct 14
Time: 7-10pm
Venue: Basil Jellicoe Hall, Drummond Crescent, London, NW1 1LE

London: Conrad Shawcross: The ADA Project

The Vinyl Factory is proud to present The ADA Project by Conrad Shawcross at its exhibition space at Brewer Street Car Park in Soho, London.

For the project, four renowned female musicians created works in response to the movements of an industrial robot that has been hacked and programmed by the artist to create four unique choreographies. In this first-of-its-kind collaborative artwork, Conrad Shawcross takes a new approach to commissioning music, reversing the traditional process, so that the robot’s dance provides the inspiration and parameters for the music. On the evening of 10 October, Dillon & Clervaux, Mira Calix, Tamara Barnett Herrin & Mylo will perform their compositions live.

Each composition will be pressed by The Vinyl Factory as one of four limited edition laser etched 12” vinyl records, each accompanied by one of four artist’s prints, hand signed and numbered by Conrad Shawcross. The singles alone will also be available as a larger edition.

For this piece Shawcross found inspiration from Ada Lovelace (1815-1852) the mathematician (and daughter of Lord Byron). Working alongside Charles Babbage, inventor of the first proto-computer, Lovelace predicted that this complex counting machine “might compose elaborate and scientific pieces of music of any degree of complexity or extent”, pre-empting the birth of programmed music by more than a century.

The musicians, all of whom use electronic programming in their work, worked closely with Shawcross in his studio discussing Babbage and Lovelace’s discoveries, and studying the robot as it played out one of four programmed patterns created by the artist. Each distinctive pattern is based on ratios and drawings for the computer which Babbage never fully realised, a fact that provides added significance to the programming that depicts them and the computer generated music which they inspire.

11-19 October open every day, 11am-5pm,
23-31 October open Thursday – Sunday only, 11am-5pm

Tickets: Free!
Date: 11 – 31 Oct 14
Time: 11am — 5pm
Venue: The Vinyl Factory Space at Brewer Street Car Park (top floor), Brewer Street, London, W1F 0LA

Impact Women: Tech Meet Social Event

Digital Science and Ogunte CIC, the organisation for Women Social Entrepreneurs, are delighted to invite you to a new Impact Women event, and this time we are celebrating Digital Science AND Social Entrepreneurs. The event will be a healthy, fast-paced mix of peer mentoring, coaching, keynote tips, drinks and nibbles!

Together we will:

  • Make women who navigate in this space more visible
  • Share what you need to do to access the £15,000 Catalyst Fund grant (deadline November)
  • Get precious tips to acquire and manage finance for your tech/science/social enterprise
  • See how Digital Science & Social Entrepreneurs can learn from each other and embrace each others’ world!

Your hosts:

  • Servane Mouazan: Founding Partner at Conscious Innovation and Ceo OGUNTE CIC
  • Laura Wheeler:Community Manager and Editor at Digital Science
  • Paulina Sygulska: Co-founder and Ceo at GrantTree

Doors open at 6pm for networking with a 6:45pm start. Bring your demos, products and tablets to showcase what you do! Follow our media journey through #impactwomends, @ogunte and @digitalsci. More info.

Tickets: Free. Book now!
Date: 13 Oct 14

Time: 6pm — 9pm
Venue: The Stables (downstairs, opposite the Glasshouse building), 68 Wharfedale Road, N1 9SR, London

London: Celebrating Women in Technology

This October SCHS is celebrating Ada Lovelace Day with a bang! Ada Lovelace is accredited with being the first computer programmer. Having worked with Charles Babbage between 1842 and 1843, she developed the first algorithm intended to be carried out by a machine. Ada was the daughter of Anne Isabella Millbanke, a gifted mathematician, and Lord Byron.

We are bringing together some of the most prestigious people in technology to celebrate Ada Lovelace Day by speaking about the digital industry and teaching code.

The programme will be:

9.00 am – 40-minute open conference
9.40 am – 10.40 am Session one
10.40 am – 11.00 am Break
11.00 am – 12.00 noon Session two
12.00 noon – 1.00 pm Session three
1.00 pm – 2.00 pm Lunch (provided by us)
2.00 pm – 3.00 pm Session four
3.00 pm – 4.00 pm Close of conference, show and tell, moving forward.

More info.

Tickets: Free!
Date: 14 Oct 14
Time: 9am — 4pm
Venue: Streatham & Clapham High School, 42 Abbotswood Rd, London SW16 1AW, United Kingdom

London: Evelyn Cheesman — A Natural Pioneer

On Ada Lovelace Day, we’re celebrating the remarkable women connected with the Natural History Museum, past and present.  Whether skinning lizards, battling with leeches, or getting trapped in giant spider webs, Evelyn Cheesman had a passion for nature and a sense of adventure to match. Join museum scientist Beulah Garner to learn more about this extraordinary woman.

Tickets: Free. Book now.
Date: 14 Oct 14
Time: 2.30 — 3pm
Venue: Attenborough Studio, Natural History Museum, Cromwell Road, London, SW7 5BD

London: Ada Lovelace Day: Celebrating Women in Science Week

Our Ada Lovelace Day event will feature inspirational talks and poster presentations from the fields of STEM. In addition, our Dean of Faculty will discuss some of the work we are doing to address the under representation of women in our departments and there will be a panel discussion about why initiatives to support women in STEM are important, not just for women but for men too.

This event is open to all staff and students at King’s College London.


14:00-14:20 Professor Michael Luck, Dean of Faculty
14:20-14:50 Dr Amanda Coles, Department of Informatics
14:50-15:00 Break
15:00-15:30 Roma Agrawal, Associate Structural Engineer WSP
15:30-16:00 Panel Discussion: Why do we need a Women in Science Initiative?
16:00-17:00 Networking and Poster Session

Tickets: Free. Book now! 
Date: 15 Oct 14
Time: 2pm – 5pm
Venue: Tutu’s Macadam Building, Strand Campus, King’s College London, London, WC2R2LS

London: Celebrate Ada Lovelace Day – Involving Schools

Join the University of East London for a seminar, open to all those involved in the school of education.

Tickets: Free!
Date: 14 Oct 14
Time: 4.15 — 6pm
Venue: University of East London, Stratford Campus, Water Lane, E14 5LZ; School of Education and Communities

London: Women Who Code London’s “Let’s Have a Lovely Chat About Forms”

If forms are your favourite too, then come along to share your enthusiasm. If you’re not that into forms but have some knotty forms challenges to solve, then you’re also welcome. It will start with a brief introduction to a three-layer model of the form. Then we’ll all work through a form or two, deciding how to tackle some of the issues we find. Expect to join in with a lively discussion on the best practices in ux of forms. More info

The schedule for the evening is as follows:
6:00 – 6:30pm – People start arriving
6:30 – 7:00pm – Food / Drinks / Networking
7:00 – 9:00pm – Delving into forms

Tickets: Free. Book now!
Date: 14 Oct
Time: 6.30 — 9pm
Venue: ThoughtWorks UK Office, 9th Floor, Berkshire House, 168 – 173 High Holborn, London

London: Codebar Workshop

Join Codebar in celebrating Ada Lovelace Day! Codebar provides free computer programming workshops and mentoring to women, LGBTQ and other under-represented communities in the tech industry. Learn how to create your own website and more – all levels welcome from complete beginners to career programmers. Places are limited so sign up to receive an invitation to our workshop.

Tickets: Free. Book now!
Date: 15 Oct 14
Time: 6.30 — 9pm
Venue: Made by Many, Diespeker Wharf, 38 Graham Street, London, N1 8JX

London: Ada Lovelace Special

A PubSci event curated by Melissa Marr will showcase the achievements of women in STEM via our annual Ada Lovelace evening. To celebrate we will be bringing together researchers from a range of fields to share their experiences and research, and talk about what inspired them to enter science. Among them are:

  • Dada Gottelli, Zoologist and Chief Technician at the Institute of Zoology
  • Ashley Hyde, Astrophysicist
  • Eileen Cox, Head of Postgraduate Studies, Natural History Museum

Tickets: Free. Book now!
Date: 15 Oct 14
Time: 7 — 9pm
Venue: The Old King’s Head, 47-49 Borough High St, SE1 1NA

London: National Portrait Gallery Lunchtime Lecture: Ada Lovelace — Victorian Computing Visionary

Ada Lovelace Day founder Suw Charman-Anderson will be talking about Ada Lovelace, her family, her achievements, her legacy and the controversy around her position as ‘first ever computer programmer’ at the National Portrait Gallery, Ondaatje Wing. More info. 

Tickets: Free. First come, first served.
Date: 16 Oct 14
Time: 12.30pm for 1.15pm start
Venue: National Portrait Gallery, Ondaatje Wing,  St Martin’s Place, London, WC2H 0HE

London: Celebrate Ada Lovelace day at University of East London

Celebrate Ada Lovelace day at the University of East London and champion female achievement in STEM subjects. The Cass School of Education and Communities has organised a meeting for interested students, which feature at least three presentations – including from current trainee teachers – all about teaching ICT in schools.

Tickets: Free!
Date: 14 Oct 14
Time: 4.15pm — 5.30pm
Venue: Room 1.05, East Building, University of East London, University Way, London E16 2RD

London: International Inclusivity.

ThoughtWorks invites you to a conversation exploring topics and questions around intentional inclusivity in the tech space. Why aren’t there more women in tech? How can that number grow at a faster rate? Are companies and organisations doing enough to create a safe and welcoming environment for all? And for that matter – are we as technologists intent on creating a community that is representative of the world we live in; a group of individuals diverse in gender, racial-ethnic background, and socio-economic status? Join ThoughtWorks for a panel discussion exploring these questions and more. The event is free and open to all with an RSVP by October 8th. Food and drinks will be provided! More info. 

Tickets: Free. Book now!
Date: 22 Oct 14
Time: 6.30pm — 9pm
Venue: ThoughtWorks London, 9th Floor Berkshire House, 168-173 High Holborn, London, WC1V 7AA

Lowestoft: Celebrating Science in Cefas

Cefas presents marine science with colleagues from our Lowestoft and Weymouth laboratories and also from the University of East Anglia. It will feature a total of 8 presentations from established scientists and those at the beginning of their careers. There will also be a slot for networking and discussions (Q&A).

Tickets: Invite only
Date: 14 Oct
Time: 9.30am — 1pm
Venue: Cefas Laboratory, Pakefield Rd, Lowestoft, Suffolk NR33 0HT

Manchester: 300 Seconds Ada Lovelace Day event

300 Seconds is a series of talks by and for the digital and STEM communities. We believe that digital and STEM are better when we can learn from the brilliance of the many, not just the few.

With our events we hope to give our peers, and in particular women, a means of gaining confidence and experience in speaking in public. We’re looking for speakers and audience members. More info. 

Tickets: Free. Book now!
Date: 14 Oct 14
Time: 6 — 8pm
Venue: SpacePort, 1st Floor, 24/26 Lever Street, M1 1DZ

Manchester: Ada Lovelace Day

The Women in Science Engineering and Technology group is hosting “Ada Lovelace Day” on Weds 15 Oct, Room G107, Alan Turing Building. There will be talks, refreshments and demos from Robogals WiSET Event to celebrate the life of Ada Lovelace. This event is kindly sponsored by the School of Mathematics.

13:30 – Registration
14:00-14:45 – Professor Dame Celia Hoyles, Professor President of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (IMA), Professor of Mathematics Education, University of London
14:45-15:30 – Professor Sophia Ananiadou, Professor of Computer Science, The University of Manchester
15:30-16:00 – Coffee break
16:00-16:20 – Fiona Crowther, Storage System Development Team Lead, IBM Systems & Technology Lab, Manchester
16:20-16:50 – Student presentations
16:50-17:00 – Robogals presentation
17:00-18:00 – Networking reception

More info.

Tickets: Free. Book now!
Date: 15 Oct 14
Time: 1.30pm — 6pm
Venue: Room G107, Alan Turing Building, The University of Manchester, Oxford Road, Manchester M13 9PL

Manchester: The Quest for Gender Equality in Tech

“If not me, who? If not now, when?” Emma Watson, 2014

Last month, Emma Watson delivered a powerful speech at the UN conference to launch the ‘HeForShe’ initiative, calling for men to stand-up and address inequalities and discrimination faced by women and girls. Her speech addresses topics such as feminism, privilege and the role of men in the gender equality movement, drawing on her own personal experiences as a girl and young women in the limelight.

To mark October’s Ada Lovelace celebrations, ThoughtWorks is hosting an event exploring some of the topics that were raised and the quest for gender equality in the technology industry. We’ll watch Emma’s speech, explore some of the reactions and fallout since and share our thoughts and generate ideas as part of group discussions.

Tickets: Free. Book now! 
Date: 23 Oct 14
Time: 6pm — 9pm
Venue: ThoughtWorks, 26th Floor, City Tower, Piccadilly Plaza, Manchester, M1 4BT

Oxford: Women in Science Wikipedia Edit-a-thon

The University of Oxford’s IT Services and Bodleian Libraries are organising an edit-a-thon focused on women in science to celebrate Ada Lovelace Day on 14 October 2014. The edit-a-thon will take place at IT Services on Banbury Road, Oxford, and will include some basic training by Wikipedia trainers as well as a welcome by computer scientist Ursula Martin.

A Wikipedia edit-a-thon celebrates the spirit of Ada Lovelace Day by helping people learn about the contribution of individual women to the world of science, and the aim of our edit-a-thon is to add to and improve the coverage of individuals, events and resources related to women in science.

Come along to learn about how Wikipedia works and contribute a greater understanding of the role of women in science! More info. 

Tickets: Free. Book now!
Date: 14 Oct 14
Time: 2 — 5pm
Venue: IT Services, University of Oxford, 13 Banbury Road, Oxford, OX2 6NN

Oxford: Ada Lovelace Night

Join us for an evening celebrating the vital role that women have played in scientific discovery over the past two hundred years. The evening will feature talks by six inspirational female scientists and is hosted by particle physicist and science comedian Fran Day. Ada Lovelace Night is an event organised in collaboration with Science Oxford, British Science Association Oxfordshire Branch and Oxford Skeptics in the Pub to highlight the importance of women such as Ada in science, technology, engineering and maths.

Our inspirational speakers:

  • Professor Sunetra Gupta, Professor of Theoretical Epidemiology at Oxford University.
  • Dr. Alison Woollard is a lecturer in genetics at Oxford University.
  • Professor Suzanne Aigrain is an astrophysicist at Oxford University.
  • Sally Le Page researches sexual selection, kin selection and other cool bits of evolutionary theory.
  • Laura Kimpton works at the Mathematical Institute researching mathematical mechanical modelling especially for biological applications.

Join us at 6.30pm for a 7pm start and prepare for a night of scientific intrigue and plenty of laughs with Oxford’s top female scientists. More info. 

Tickets: Free, due to popularity of the event please email to guarantee your seat
Date: 14 Oct 14
Time: 6.30pm — 9pm
Venue: St Aldates Tavern, 108 St Aldate’s, Oxford, OX1 1BU

Porlock: Cream Tea with Inspirational Women

As Porlock is 2 miles from Ashley Combe House, where Ada Lovelace lived, we feel it is appropriate to celebrate the achievements of women.

Our event is a group of women from various walks of life who have made significant achievements. They are Dame Margaret Drabble, Mayo Plas (marine biologist seen on BBC Autumn Watch) Mary Bromley (internationally famous animal physiotherapist) Victoria Henshaw (tutor at Birmingham University who overcame dyslexia) & Janie Hampton (who has achieved extraordinary things in Africa). More info.

Tickets: £7, buy from the Porlock Visitor Centre
Date: 11 Oct 14
Time: 3 — 5pm
Venue: Porlock Village Hall, Toll Rd, Porlock, TA24 8QD

Ramsgate: The World’s First Computer Programmer

The Micro Museum is a museum of vintage home computers and related items from the owners’ collection.

October has been designated Ada Lovelace month at the Museum. Visitors will find a display of information about Ada Lovelace and other notable women in the history of computing and gaming alongside the collection.

Coding is now part of the Schools National Curriculum and the owners believe that girls as well as boys should know that there have been a number of remarkable women – largely ignored throughout history – to inspire them in computing and technology.

Museum open every Saturday until end-October plus daily during half-term week (27-31 Oct) 1-4pm

Tickets: Museum entry £2 adult, £1.50 child or concession, £5 family
Date: Museum open every Saturday until end-October plus daily during half-term week (27 — 31 Oct).
Time: 1 — 4pm
Venue: The Micro Museum, 11 Church Hill, Ramsgate, Kent CT11 8RA

Sheffield: Science Is for Everyone – Sheffield ScienceGrrl public lecture

As a celebration of Ada Lovelace day, and part of a series of ScienceGrrl lectures around the country, with this event we aim to show that ‘science is for everyone’, along with engineering, maths, technology and other fields which suffer from the under-representation of women and other minority groups.

We are extremely proud to be hosting Professor Elena Rodriguez-Falcon, Professor of Enterprise and Engineering Education and long time champion for women working in STEM fields. Professor Rodriguez-Falcon will be discussing some of her research and experiences working in engineering, and will be joined by a panel of female science and engineering students for a Q&A session with the audience.

The event, funded by the University of Sheffield Widening Participation Scheme, is open to all and will be a great opportunity to hear about some of the research being carried out by women in STEM at Sheffield. It’s also a perfect chance for secondary school age children to get a flavour of the work they can expect to get involved in by taking science GCSE, A-level and degree options.

Tickets: Free. Booking for individuals and small groups. School and youth groups should book by emailing
Date: 8 Oct 14
Time: 5.15 — 6.30pm
Venue: The University of Sheffield, Arts Tower, Lecture Theatre 4, Western Bank, South Yorkshire, S10 2TN

Sheffield: Yes We Can free kids book event

Have you got children under 7? Come and meet Kay the plumber, Mandy the electrician & Tracy the bricklayer. Have a go at colouring, dot-to-dot and spot the difference and other activities! Hear the story of Ruby the Roofer and her trusted helper Harry – and how they help poor Ms Hawkins fix her leak! Collect your free book and stickers. Kids must be accompanied by an adult. From WEST (Women in Engineering, Science and Technology). More info. 

Tickets: Free.
Date: 18 Oct 14
Time: 10am — 12pm
Venue: Sheffield Winter Garden, Sheffield City Centre, Surrey Street, S1 2LH

Sidmouth: Ada Lovelace Day with Sidmouth Science Festival and the University of Exeter

The University of Exeter and Sidmouth Science Festival are jointly celebrating Ada Lovelace Day with two events, both on 14th October. At 3pm Ada Lovelace Day takes over Sidmouth Café Scientifique. Join us to hear Dr Rachel Freathy, Sir Henry Dale, Fellow Dr Helen Ryland and Natalie Whitehead, a Physics Masters student, talking about their subjects, research and passion for all things scientific. At 7.30pm Dr Claire Belcher, a Senior Lecturer in Earth System Science and self-confessed fire starter looks at the role that wildfires play on our planet.

Tickets: Free. Book now! 
Date: 14 Oct 14
Time: 3-9pm
Venue: Kennaway House, Sidmouth, Devon, EX10 8NG and Norman Lockyer Observatory, Salcombe Hill, Sidmouth, Devon, EX10 0NY

Southampton: Ada Lovelace Event

We will be hearing from Honora Smith, who is related to Ada Lovelace, about how Ada inspired her career. We will also hear about the department’s Athena Swan agenda as well as from some women at various stages in their careers. We will also tell you about your unconscious bias and discuss the women who have inspired you.

Tickets: Free. Book now!
Date: 15 Oct 14
Time: 1 — 4pm
Venue: Room 2207 B85 Life Sciences, Centre for Biological Sciences, University of Southampton, University Road, Southampton, SO17 1BJ

Stockton on Tees: Phenomenal People

Think of a woman who inspires you. Got it? We want to know who she is and why…

Phenomenal People is a new project created by Fuel to celebrate inspirational women, and their contribution to society, in a playful and interactive way. The world is full of inspiring women who are brave, beautiful and strong; who have made a difference and whose stories have never been told.

As part of Fuel’s 10th birthday season we are presenting live performances by brilliant artists about phenomenal people who have inspired them in a special indoor garden on tour around the UK. In each location the garden will be created by local and international artists including renowned Artistic Director of Graeae and the opening ceremony of the Paralympics, Jenny Sealey, artist and designer Sophia Clist, and stand-up performer Rachel Mars. Alongside this we have launched an online space, a digital garden, where you can tell us who you think deserves recognition, find out about other extraordinary women, and join a conversation with King’s academics, artists and many others.

We hope you’ll join us in person or online to hear and share your own stories of inspirational women. @fueltheatre • #phenomenalpeople

More info.

Tickets: £2. Book now!
Date: 17 Oct 14
Time: 2pm — 8pm
Venue: ARC, Stockton Arts Centre, Dovecot Street, Stockton on Tees, TS18 1LL

York: ScienceGrrls in The Yorkshire Museum

Get inspired by female scientists of the past and present! Meet and greet female scientists in The Yorkshire Museum, who will showcase their research with hands-on demos and gadgets. This event is suitable for all ages.

Tickets: Free with a museum ticket. Book now!
Date: 18 Oct 14
Time: 10am – 3pm
Venue: Yorkshire Museum, Museum Gardens, York, YO1 7FR


Brisbane: Ada Lovelace Day Afternoon Tea

WARDY IT Solutions and Tech Girls Movement are hosting a complimentary afternoon tea to celebrate Ada Lovelace Day.

The afternoon tea to recognise women’s achievements in STEM will feature guest speaker, Dr Jenine Beekhuyzen, founder of Tech Girls Movement and author of Tech Girls are Superheroes.

Tickets: Free. Book now!
Date: 14 Oct 14
Time: 2.30 — 5pm
Venue: Microsoft, North Stradbroke Island Room, Level 28, 400 George St, Brisbane


Recife: Ada Lovelace Day 2014

An exhibition of historical photographs of women in computing, technology and science, with talks by teachers and guests from universities and companies in technology, science and innovation. More info

Tickets: Free. Book now!
Date: 25 Oct 14
Time: 9am — 4pm
Venue: ThoughtWorks Brazil,  Av. Governador Agamenon Magalhães, 4779 – Santo Amaro – Recife/PE


Burnaby, BC: Ada Lovelace Day Wikipedia Edit-a-thon

Join our interdisciplinary crew of amateur editors as we create, expand, and improve Wikipedia entries for some of SFU’s female researchers. More info

Tickets: Free. Book now! 
Date: 14 Oct 14
Time: 9am — 1.30pm
Venue: Research Commons, Bennett Library, Simon Fraser University, 8888 University Drive, Burnaby, B.C. Canada V5A 1S6

Burnaby, BC: Leaky Pipelines and Push-up Bras: Women in STEM and Science Media

This event will feature a talk by Dr. Jennifer Gardy – “Name five well-known scientists. Now name five famous TV scientists. And now, count how of many of those are women… As a scientist and a science communicator, I’ve explored the role of women in STEM from multiple perspectives and, while things are certainly improving, there’s still far to go. In this talk, I’ll cover some of my own observations about women in science and science media, and we’ll examine some practical and easy actions we can all take to help promote the visibility of women in STEM.” More info. 

Tickets: Free. Book now! 
Date: 14 Oct 14
Time: 2pm — 3pm
Venue: IRMACS Theatre, Room 10905, Applied Sciences Building, Simon Fraser University

Czech Republic

Prague: Assembling AdaBot Live!

We’re celebrating Ada Lovelace Day by building AdaBot; a mind-reading number-crunching robot with a Raspberry Pi for a brain. Come and join us online via a Google Hangout on the day.

Tickets: Free. Book now! 
Date: 14 Oct 14
Time: 4pm — 5pm
Venue: Riverside School, Roztocka 43/9, Prague 6, Czech Republic


Paris: Finding Ada

Full description TBC, but event will include an introduction from a known French scientific woman, and a Wikipedia edit-a-thon to improve the articles on scientific women.

Tickets: Free. Details TBC.
Date: 14 Oct 14
Time: 6 — 10pm
Venue: Numa, 39, rue du Caire, 75002 Paris


Pune: Ada Lovelace Day

We are inviting 3-4 female technology experts and undergraduates. There will be an introduction session by one of our guests and a few videos explaining Ada Lovelace day and its importance, including interviews from Ada Lovelace Day founder Suw Charman-Anderson.

Then the ladies will be split into small teams and will be given Arduino based wearable kits and a computer each. The kits will have most of the things needed to come up with a wearable project. There will be female devs from Zevenseas to guide them through the projects if needed. The guest tech experts will help motivate/inspire the young impressionable minds with stories, experiences and guidance throughout the day.

More info.

Tickets: Free!
Date: 18 Oct 14
Time: 10am — 5pm
Venue: Zevenseas, Office No. 602, 6th Floor, S.R.Iriz, Baner-Pashan Link Road, Pune.


Limerick: Design Thinking

A Design Thinking Session for 22 Transition Year girl students from Laurel Hill Coláiste FCJ Secondary School.

Design Thinking is a methodology that helps in the development of ideas and creativity.
We brought Laurel Hill Colaiste students through a session to help them develop ideas for Junior Achievement Ireland. Junior Achievement Ireland encourages young people to remain in education and helps them develop the skills they need to succeed in a changing world.

Tickets: Free! Invitation only.
Date: 15 Oct 14
Time: 1pm — 3pm
Venue: Dell Limerick, Raheen Industrial Estate, Raheen, Limerick, Ireland


Milan: Girl Geek Dinners Milano #31

Girl Geek Dinners Milano wants to celebrate Ada Lovelace Day 2014 with old and new friends! The invitation is open to anyone who is interested in all those topics you may have noticed in the news lately (eg wearables, cloud and privacy, online reputation). More info. 

Tickets: Free!
Date: 17 Oct 14
Time: 7.30pm — 11pm
Venue: Fiori Oscuri – Via Fiori Oscuri, 3 – Milan

Rome: Ada Byron Lovelace, La Fata Matematica

Dal 14 al 19 ottobre 2014, al Teatro Arcobaleno in via Francesco Redi 1/a, Roma, sarà messo in scena lo spettacolo teatrale Ada Byron Lovelace, la fata matematica — Storia della donna che sognò il computer, scritto e diretto da Valeria Patera, interpretato da Galatea Ranzi e Gianluigi Fogacci, con musiche di Francesco Rampichini.

(The Teatro Acrobaleno theatre in Rome is hosting a play about the life of Ada Lovelace)

Tickets: Book now! 
Date: 14-19 Oct 14
Time: 9.00pm
Venue: Teatro Arcobaleno, via Francesco Redi 1/a – Roma 00161

Turin: Ada Day


  • Gioia Gottini: We’re Not Gossiping. We’re Networking
  • Emma Gallino: Math — Singular feminine
  • Ilaria Ruggeri: Arts and technologies
  • Enrica Tesio: How to write a blog
  • Fabiana Vernero: Human-computer interaction
  • Agnese Vellar: Treatabit — How to grow up your start up

More info (website launches 23 Sept).

Tickets: Free. Book now!
Date: 14 Oct 14
Time: 10am — 1pm
Venue: Circolo dei Lettori, Via giambattista Bogino 9, Torino

Turin: Ada Day – Letture per bambini “Numeri e poesia”

A reading for children from “Numeri e poesia” by Simona Poidomani. More info. 

Tickets: Free
Date: 14 Oct 14
Time: 5pm – 6pm
Venue: Libreria dei Ragazzi, Via Stampatori 21, Torino

Turin: MuPIn celebrate Ada Lovelace Day

Museo Piemontese dell’Informatica, MuPIn, will for the third time celebrate women’s role in technology on 16 October in Turin. Programme:

6.00pm – Welcome and introduction
6.20pm – The first epistle of Ada Lovelace
6.25pm – Eleonora Pantò (Learning, Inclusion and Social Innovation Program Developer from CSP of Turin
6.45pm – Mariella Berra (from Department of Culture, Politics and Society of University of Turin)
7.05pm – Marianna Ferringo (CISCO Communication Leader South Europe)
7.25pm – The second epistle of Ada Lovelace
7.30pm – Fiorella Operto (President of the School of Robotics in Genoa)
7.50pm – Enrica Crivello (Social Media Marketing Manager)
8.10pm – Barbara Demo (Professor, Department of Computer Science, University of Torino)
8.30pm – Third epistle of Ada Lovelace
8.35pm – A presentation about Babbage, Lovelace, Menabrea and Plana by Prof. Angelo Raffaele Meo of Polytechnic of Turin
8.55pm – Fourth epistle of Ada Lovelace
9.00pm – Greetings and refreshments
10.00pm – End

More info.

Museo Piemontese dell’Informatica – MuPIn is a cultural, non-profit association with the goal of popularizing the computer history and science. Email us for more info.

Tickets: Free
Date: 16 Oct 14
Time: 6.30pm
Venue: Town Hall, Piazza Palazzo di Città, Turin



Ljubljana: Feministične in lezbične računalniške igre

LFU vas vabi na dogodek v sklopu praznovanja “Dneva Ade Lovelace 2014”, ki je posvečen dosežkom žensk v znanosti, tehnologiji, inženirstvu in matematiki.

Vabimo vas na začetniško delavnico programiranja v sklopu spletne igrice “Tampon Run” in pogovor o feminističnih ter lezbičnih računalniških spletnih igricah ter seveda na igranje igric.

Več informacij in kontakt za prijave na delavnico lahko najdete na naši spletni strani!


Prijave na delavnico zbiramo na e-naslovu, kjer lahko dobite tudi dodatne informacije. Lezbično-feministična univerza omogoča varen prostor, zato je delavnica odprta le za lezbijke, ženske in trans osebe.
Dogodek podpira Mestna občina Ljubljana in ŠKUC-Kulturni center Q (klub Tiffany).

(A beginners’ workshop in computer programming, looking particularly at feminist and LGBT games)

Tickets: Free. Book now!
Date: 12 Oct 14
Time: 2.30pm — 5.30pm
Venue: Kulturni center Q, Klub Tiffany, Masarykova c. 24 (AKC Metelkova mesto), 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenija


Barcelona: First International WIT-UOC Award

Release and call for the first time of the International WIT-UOC Award to the Wit of Women in IT.

The Open University of Catalonia (UOC) in Barcelona announces the WIT-UOC (Women in IT) award, with the aim of visualizing, creating and spreading positive models of women in the context of ICT, in order to promote academic and professional careers among women.

It rewards exemplary academic and professionals careers, emphasizing the personal commitment and the giving back to society, especially through research, development and application of ICT to the improvement of the live quality.

Tickets: Free!
Date: 14 Oct 14
Time: 12am — 11.59pm
Venue: The Open University of Catalonia (UOC)


Istanbul: Women in Tech

With Ada Lovelace Day and The Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing fast approaching, The Woman Developer Group and Istanbul HackerSpace organize an event on the 18th of October 2014 to honor Women in STEM.
At the Event:

–  We  will have the chance to get to know Ada Lovelace (the first computer programmer), Grace Hopper (the inventor of  the compiler for a computer programming language) and one of the developers of COBOL and the other inspiring women in tech.

–  We’re going to inform you about the events and programs which encourage women in developing, informatics and technology areas, and  the foundations offering funding for women on these areas.

–  We will share the story of how the  Woman  Developer Group was founded, what we are trying to achieve, our projects, our plans and goals.

We believe that women don’t feel that alienated from tech, science and computer communities. At the event we are planning to prove this point by sharing striking examples of women in STEM.

Anyone can join by registering with Eventbrite.

Tickets: Free. Book now!
Date: 18 Oct 14
Time: 2pm — 6pm
Venue: Istanbul Hackerspace, Eğitim Mah. Ömerbey (Çıkmaz) Sokak. No:19/B Kadıköy/İSTANBUL (1.Açıkgöz caddesindeki, Kadıköy Adliyesi D Blok yanındaki çıkmaz sokak), Istanbul, 34722


Akron, OH: Ada Lovelace Day Poster Session

18 graduate women from STEM fields at The University of Akron will present their research in a poster session. Although the research is highly technical the goal of this session is to show off their work to the general public.

Tickets: Free!
Date: 14 Oct 14
Time: 10am — 12pm
Venue: Goodyear Polymer Center, 2nd floor atrium, The University of Akron

Ashland, OR: International Lovelace Day

A brief presentation on the life of Ada Lovelace and her role as the “first computer programmer” by historian Victoria Law, followed by a panel discussion with leaders in the technology world of Southern Oregon led by software and network designer, Priscilla Oppenheimer.

Tickets: Free
Date: 14 Oct 14
Time: 7pm – 9pm
Venue: Meece Auditorium, Hannon Library, Southern Oregon University, 1250 Siskiyou Boulevard, Ashland, Oregon

Austin, TX: Images of Women in Science Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon

In conjunction with “Go Ahead and Do It,” an art exhibit featuring portraits of women in the STEM disciplines, Art.Science.Gallery. in Austin, Texas is hosting an Ada Lovelace Day-themed edit-a-thon on October 13, 2014. The primary goals of the event are to teach participants how to add images to Wikimedia Commons (where Wikipedia images live) and to to actually add images of women in science to the pages of Wikipedia and Wikimedia Commons. These images may be artworks such as painted portraits, or they may be photographs. We will go over the process of finding images with the appropriate licensing and adding images to Wiki pages so that it becomes second nature for all participants. More info. 

Tickets: Free. Book now! 
Date: 13 Oct 14

Time: 6pm — 9pm
Venue: Art.Science.Gallery., 916 Springdale Rd, Building 2 #102, Austin, TX, 78702

Austin, TX: Go Ahead and Do It: Portraits of Women in Science Ada Lovelace Day Party

Art.Science.Gallery. is hosting an Ada Lovelace Day party to close their monthlong art exhibit, Go Ahead & Do It: Portraits of Women in Science, featuring more than 30 female STEM pioneers. The evening will include a brief talk by guest curator and science journalist Maia Weinstock beginning at 6.30pm. More info.

Tickets: Free. Book now!.
Date: 14 Oct 14

Time: 6pm — 9pm
Venue: Art.Science.Gallery., 916 Springdale Rd, Building 2 #102, Austin, TX, 78702

Bryn Mawr, PA: Bryn Mawr College Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon

Join a group of students, staff, faculty, and members of the public for an opportunity to learn Wikipedia editing skills and contribute to accessible information about women in STEM fields. Mary Mark Ockerbloom, Wikipedian in Residence at the Chemical Heritage Foundation, will open the session with an hour-long instructional lecture covering the basics of setting up an account, beginning to edit, and positioning your articles for success on the site. The talk will be followed by an editing session from 5–7.30pm in which participants can work on projects individually or collaboratively. No experience necessary, and attendees may feel free to come and go as needed. Please bring a laptop and charger for editing. RSVP on the Wikipedia project page or to More info. 

Tickets: Free. Book now! 
Date: 22 Oct 14

Time: 4pm — 7.30pm
Venue: Canaday Library, Bryn Mawr College, 101 N. Merion Avenue, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, 19104

Chicago, IL: Celebrate Ada Lovelace Day with Us!

We are celebrating Ada Lovelace, inspiring women, and future innovators! Tell us who the three most inspiring women are to you. Bring an image of them and why/how they inspire you, in 140 or less. We would like to see:

1. One image of a woman in Chicago that inspires you!
2. One image of a woman globally that inspires you!
3. The third is any woman you choose!

We will take photos of all the images and make a collage of the photos to share in honor of Ada Lovelace!

Tickets: Free. Book now!
Date: 15 Oct 14

Time: 12pm — 1pm
Venue: Grind 2 N LaSalle St, Chicago, IL 60602

Dallas, TX: Ada Lovelace Celebration

Here at ThoughtWorks, we’re grateful to the women that have blazed the trail before us in computing. It’s only fitting to celebrate such a leader together, supporting Dallas’ community of women in tech. Join us for an evening of knowledge-sharing, debate, and idea exchange with local Dallas technologists in honor of Ada Lovelace Day. We’ll get together over food and drinks, then open up the floor to local Meetup Groups for lightning talks on steps that have or should be taken towards advancing inclusiveness in tech. This free event is inclusive of all who support women in tech, so feel free to invite fellow Dallas technologists to come along. More info. 

Tickets: Free. Book now!
Date: 14 Oct 14
Time: 6pm — 9pm
Venue: ThoughtWorks, 15540 Spectrum Drive, Addison, TX, 75001, USA

Florence, SC: Ada Lovelace Day Celebration

In celebration of Ada Lovelace Day and the contribution of women in STEM fields, we will be having a free showing of the National Geographic series Cosmos episode “Sisters of the Sun”. This will be followed by a meet and greet reception with female STEM professors, sponsored by the FMU Gender Studies Program. Starting October 1 there will be individual flyers around campus highlighting contributions of 40+ women in STEM fields, and a scavenger hunt form to fill out related to these posters. Completed scavenger hunt forms can be turned in at the event to be entered into a drawing for great STEM-related prizes!

Tickets: Free
Date: 15 Oct 14
Time: 4.30pm – 6pm
Venue: Lowrimore Auditorium, Francis Marion University, Florence, South Carolina

Hempstead, NY: Ada Lovelace Day at Hofstra University

For our first celebration of Ada Lovelace Day at Hofstra University, the Computer Science Department of the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences and  University Cultural Center will present Dr Rebecca Wright, Director of the Center for Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science at Rutgers University and a professor in the Rutgers Computer Science Department speaking on internet information safety.

Dr Wright’s first presentation, to visiting high school students on internet information security, will be followed by  related activities for the high school students, led by women students from Hofstra’s biology, chemistry, engineering and computer science departments.

Dr Wright will also be speaking on internet information security as a part of a public lecture at Hofstra University at 3pm.

An evening event bringing together Hofstra women faculty and women students in the sciences, technology and engineering will complete our Ada Lovelace Day activities for 2014. More info. 

Tickets: 3pm lecture is free to the public. To book, call Hofstra Cultural Center, (516) 463 5669.
Date: 14 Oct 14
Time: 10am — 4pm
Venue: Hofstra University, 1000 Fulton Avenue, Hempstead, NY

Los Alamos, NM: Ada Lovelace Day Pub Trivia

Come out for a night of geeky pub trivia, full of questions about women in STEM. Prizes will be awarded to the top three teams! More info.

Tickets: Free. Book now!
Date: 13 Oct 14
Time: 8.00-10.30pm
Venue: Pajarito Brewpub and Grill, 614 Trinity Drive, Los Alamos, New Mexico

New York, NY: An Evening with Ada

As part of world wide Finding Ada Day, we are delighted to present an ‘Evening with Ada’, at the 52nd St Project, New York City!

Composer Kim Sherman, Librettist (and Senior Lecturer in English at Barnard College) Margaret Vandenburg and Princeton University Professor  Naomi Ehrich Leonard (Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering) will explore the close relationship between science and art, facilitated by Director Lisa Rothe. The evening will feature selections from a new opera, “Ada”, sung by Sarah Chalfy and accompanied by Jocelyn Dueck. More info. 

Tickets: $20. Book now!
Date: 14 Oct 14
Time: 7.30 — 10pm
Venue: 52nd St Project, 789 10th Ave, New York, NY 10019

Philadelphia, PA: GLAM Cafe

GLAM Cafe invites you to take part in a Wikipedia edit-a-thon. Come along and celebrate Ada Lovelace Day by helping to edit articles about female scientists! More info.

Tickets: Free!
Date: 14 Oct 14
Time: 5-8pm
Venue: GLAM Café, Chemical Heritage Foundation, 315 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA

San Francisco, CA: Celebrate Ada Lovelace Day at ThoughtWorks SF!

Ada Lovelace Day is about sharing stories of women, by women, in any field in STEM. Join us for a fun, informal evening at ThoughtWorks to network and learn from insightful and inspiring talks by women in the San Francisco tech scene. Everyone is welcome! Snacks and drinks will be provided.

Tickets: Free. Book now!
Date: 15 Oct 14
Time: 6pm — 9pm
Venue: ThoughtWorks, San Francisco, 315 Montgomery St, 16th Floor, San Francisco, CA 941014

Virtual events

Online: Incontro su Ada Radio Show

During the ‘Pixel’ programme, a special ‘Meeting on Ada’ talk will be broadcast. This will be a radio special about the Finding Ada event in Turin, organized by Museo Piemontese dell’Informatica – MuPIn. It will be hosted by Radio Banda Larga and will feature the following guests:
– Elia Bellussi, president of MuPIn
– Eleonora Pantò (Learning, Inclusion and Social Innovation Program Developer presso il CSP of Turin)

More info

Date: 7 Oct 14
Time: 7pm — 9pm
Organisation: Museo Piemontese dell’Informatica

Online: CNN Twitter Chat

This week on International, we’ll be kicking off a special month focusing on women in STEM within Leading Women, pinned to International Day of the Girl (October 11) and Ada Lovelace Day (October 14).

We’ll be celebrating science, technology, engineering and mathematics with a special Twitter chat asking, ‘How can we get girls into STEM?’ It will feature:
Milka Duno (Venezuelan racing driver and qualified naval engineer)
Regina Agyare (Ghanaian software developer and founder of Soronko Solutions in Ghana)
Rebecca Garcia (Co-founder of CoderDojo NYC, a non-profit that teaches youth to code)
Suw Charman-Anderson (Ada Lovelace Day founder)

Participate with @CNNIwomen with the hashtags ‪#CNNWomen ‪#IDG14‬‬

We also want to hear about women in STEM among our audience via this iReport assignment: 

Date: 9 Oct 14
Time: 5pm
Organisation: CNN International

Online: Ada Lovelace Poster

Distribution of A3 poster using artwork reproduced with kind permission of the artist, Lisa Congdon. Feel free to download and use as you wish, for educational purposes.

Date: 14 Oct 14

Time: 12am — 12pm
Organisation: Victorian Life Sciences Computation Initiative, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Online: Ada Lovelace Day on Adafruit! 2014 – 24 hours of amazing women in tech

Celebrating the achievements of women in science, technology, engineering and maths.

Each year, Adafruit highlights a number of women who are pioneering their fields and inspiring women of all ages to make their voices heard. On 10/14 we will be sharing the stories of women that we think are modern day “Adas”. We will also be referencing women from history that have made impacts in science and math. Please promote and share #ALD14 with your friends and family so we can promote and share with all of the world wide web!

Date: 14 Oct 14
Time: 12am — 11.59pm
Organisation: Adafruit

Online: Ada’s Algorithm Launch

On Ada Lovelace Day, independent publisher Melville House is proud to publish Ada’s Algorithm by James Essinger. A biography of Lovelace that finally gives her her due as one of the world’s first computer programmers, Ada’s Algorithm is based on ten years of research and filled with fascinating characters and observations of the period, not to mention numerous illustrations. Essinger tells Ada’s fascinating story in unprecedented detail to absorbing and inspiring effect. More info. 

Date: 14 Oct 14
Time: 12am – 11.59pm
Organisation: Melville House

Online: Collaborative Mathematics

Collaborative Mathematics Challenge 12 is inspired by Ada Lovelace Day! Watch the video, solve the challenge, and record a video explaining your solution! More info. 

Date: 14 Oct 14
Time: 8am — 8pm
Orgnisation: Collaborative Mathematics

Online: Incontro su Ada Radio Show

During the ‘Pixel’ programme, a special ‘Meeting on Ada’ talk will be broadcast. This will be a radio special about the Finding Ada event in Turin, organized by Museo Piemontese dell’Informatica – MuPIn. It will be hosted by Radio Banda Larga and will feature the following guests:
– Elia Bellussi, president of MuPIn
– Angela De Meo (ITWIIN Association).

More info

Date: 14 Oct 14
Time: 7pm — 9pm
Organisation: Museo Piemontese dell’Informatica

Related Events

United Kingdom

London: Feminism in London 2014

A celebration of feminism with a focus on positive change for women and girls. Among the many panels and workshops available will be a panel on women in STEM subjects featuring Ellie Cosgrave of ScienceGrrl, Clare Thomson of the IOP, Shelley Galvin from WISE and Brenna Hassett from TrowelBlazers.

Tickets: £10 — £20. Book now!
Date: 25 Oct 14
Time: 9am — 6pm
Venue: Institute of Education, Bedford Way, London, WC1H 0AL