Celebrating Women in Engineering
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Gisele Azimi

“Engineers think critically; they have true visions; they are at the forefront of science and technology.”

Gisele Azimi
Associate Editor: The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering

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Sheila Bailey

“It is exciting to see your work being used on a spacecraft going to Mars.”

Sheila Bailey
Editorial Board, Progress in Photovoltaics

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Catherine Berdanier

“I loved engineering but wished to understand how to make the system of graduate engineering education more fruitful for graduate students. My work is important and I love every moment I spend thinking about it.”

Catherine Berdanier
Author, Journal of Engineering Education

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Manjula R Bharamagoudra

“Engineering is everything as it involves research and innovation which makes human life comfortable. ”

Manjula R Bharamagoudra
Author, International Journal of Communication Systems

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Daria Boffito

“What inspires me most is the fact that with engineering we can actually make things happen not just once and in a limited amount, but several times and at different orders of magnitude scales. ”

Daria Boffito
Author, The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering

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Wenquan Che

“Please follow your mind, try to do what you want and be whom you want to be. No intelligence difference is observed for women and men in field of engineering. The only difference is how far you want to go.”

Wenquan Che
Editor-in-Chief, Microwave & Optical Technology Letters

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Kendra M. L. Cooper

“Engineering requires people with a wide variety of interests, skills, & perspectives... there’s room for everyone. ”

Kendra M. L. Cooper
Editor-at-large, Software: Practice and Experience

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Canan Dagdeviren

“Most scientists/engineers are inspired by nature. However, our device-driven research is directly inspired by the diseases of our family members and dear friends, and indirectly by humanity at large.”

Canan Dagdeviren
Editorial Board, Advanced Intelligent Systems

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Ozak Esu

“I’m really grateful for the Young Woman Engineer Awards – I hope to use this platform to promote engineering as an exciting and creative career choice for young people.”

Ozak Esu
IET YWE award winner 2017
Smart Buildings Technical Lead at BRE & the Construction Innovation Hub

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Lucia Faravelli

“Scientific results are more effective when they are achieved with an application in mind.”

Lucia Faravelli
Editor-in-Chief, Structural Control and Health Monitoring

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Antonella Ferrera

“Being a role model for women inspiring them to undertake careers in science and technology would be great.”

Antonella Ferrera
Editor, International Journal of Robust and Nonlinear Control

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Rosalba Galvan Guerra

“I always found it fascinating how things work.”

Rosalba Galvan Guerra
Author, Asian Journal of Control

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Amy Gandy

“My research is to understand how radiation affects the structure and properties of materials.”

Amy Gandy
Author, Journal of the American Ceramic Society

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Hannele Holttinen

“I like that all the time new projects come with a feeling of doing new things.”

Hannele Holttinen
Associate Editor, Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Energy and Environment

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Zeinab Hosseini-Doust

“I love the fact that engineers can make something from nothing.”

Zeinab Hosseini-Doust
Associate Editor, The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering

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Diana Inkpen

“I would say that girls can become good engineers and that they can solve any problem they put their minds to.”

Diana Inkpen
Editor-in-Chief, Computational Intelligence

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Nesrine Kaaniche

“I believe that people have the right to privacy protection in technologies, to be treated with dignity and to preserve autonomy. The empowerment of the individual is the core to my work.”

Nesrine Kaaniche
Author, Transactions on Emerging Telecommunications Technologies

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Su-Hyeon Kim

“I’ve been performing experimental studies that analyze heat transfer.”

Su-Hyeon Kim
Author, International Journal of Energy Research

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Bettina Lotsch

“ Be true to yourself and do what you love. And: Yes, you can! – a fact that females often tend to forget.”

Bettina Lotsch
Author, Advanced Materials

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Jia Li

“I have always admired the technology inventions of engineers. Technologies we think of as common today are nothing short of magical. Just imagine someone who lived two hundred years ago time travelling to the present time.”

Jia Li
Editor-in-Chief, Statistical Analysis & Data Mining

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Barbara Mazzolai

“Bioinspired robots could help humans in being more sustainable.”

Barbara Mazzolai
Editorial board, Advanced Intelligent Systems

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Marie Oshima

“The research is challenging but rewarding... we can contribute to society to better the world.”

Marie Oshima
Editorial board, International Journal of Numerical Methods in Biomedical Engineering

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Ina Perterman

“I was inspired by an old myth. There seems nothing too difficult; the engineer is always looking for and finding a technical solution.”

Ina Pertermann
Author, Stahlbau and Steel Construction

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Annamaria Petrozza

“See that the field, in all its forms and aspects, is properly merging with many disciplines – I can say that is evolving in the right direction.”

Annamaria Petrozza
Editorial Board, Advanced Energy Materials

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Lucia Rapanotti

“Find what you like, what you’re good at ... what drives you.”

Lucia Rapanotti
Editorial board, Expert Systems - The Journal of Knowledge Engineering

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Ita Richardson

“If you like problem-solving and coming up with solutions, then Engineering is really good.”

Ita Richardson
Editorial board, Journal of Software: Evolution and Process

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Jennifer Rupp

“I have always been truly driven by wanting to contribute to questions of energy conversion and storage, and supporting with material science and tech in the race against climate change.”

Jennifer Rupp
Editorial Board, Advanced Materials Interfaces

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Natalie Stingeli

“As an Engineer you can contribute to solving important problems and by doing so, you may also truly make an impact on earth.”

Natalie Stingelin
Editorial Board, Advanced Functional Materials

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Nadia Thalmann

“I like to simulate anything and see through the infinite world, any imaginative world.”

Nadia Thalmann
Co-Editor in Chief, Computer Animation & Virtual Worlds

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Magda Titirici

“The beauty of this job is that there is no typical day. Every day is different, exciting and unpredictable.”

Magda Titirici
Editorial Board, Advanced Functional Materials

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Yan Wan

“When the saying was changed to girls will not do good math at high school, I started to laugh about that.”

Yan Wan
Associate Editor, Advanced Control for Applications

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Shufali Ashraf Wani

“I suggest more and more girls should study engineering.”

Shufali Ashraf Wani
Author, International Transactions on Electrical Energy Systems

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