"We are thrilled to announce the fifth iteration of Women Engineers Code, the largest student-run Women in Computer Science conference, held at Harvard University.
This year, it will be held on the March 2-4, 2018 weekend.
Join us in our effort to cultivate the next generation of technical leaders, foster a network and community among collegiate engineers, and promote more female representation in the technical industry."
"MIT Technology Review in collaboration with MIT Media Lab Digital Currency Initiative invite you to Business of Blockchain, a one-day conference examining the technology, ethics, and impact of blockchains.
• Meet pioneers in this emerging field
• Learn about the technology to gain business advantage
• Separate fact from hype, and what’s imminent from what’s far off"
SheHacks Boston is a 36-hour, student-run hackathon open to all female and non-binary students.
Led by women from across Boston's universities, SheHacks is set to be the largest all-female and non-binary hackathon in the world!
The mission of SheHacks Boston is to empower women and femme non-binary individuals in computer science to achieve; provide
them with opportunities to explore the tech industry in an inspiring, encouraging, and energizing environment;
and create a community of inclusivity within the Boston tech industry.
"Join WITI Boston and a panel of (human) AI experts who will dispel the myths and clarify the ways Artificial Intelligence will likely develop, integrate, and change our lives. This meeting will be held in conjunction with the AI World Conference & Expo in Boston (www.aiworld.com) at the Boston Marriott Copley Place."
"Through IoT Connect, we will delve into security, new applications, adoption, and the expanding ecosystem for new Internet of Things (IoT) / cloud ventures. This special ‘conference night’ event seeks to bring together the brightest minds who are building, funding and innovating with IoT in the Greater Boston area across the varied applications of connected technologies.
Come prepared to not only hear the best ideas and see the latest technologies but also to participate in building Boston’s IoT / cloud innovation."
Come watch student startups from over 10 Boston schools pitch their idea at the fourth annual Beantown Throwdown! The panel will be moderated by Scott Kirsner, a columnist of The Boston Globe. Make sure to register here.
BABSON COLLEGE, BERKLEE COLLEGE OF MUSIC, BOSTON COLLEGE, BOSTON UNIVERSITY, HARVARD UNIVERSITY, MASSACHUSETTS COLLEGE OF PHARMACY AND HEALTH SCIENCES (MCPHS), MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY, TUFTS UNIVERSITY, UMASS BOSTON, WENTWORTH
The hackathon is called Reality, Virtually because it will promote new applications built for vertical market segments. The competition will stretch the amazing advancements in technology and expertise in VR and AR since last year's hackathon into new or yet to be cultivated fields.
Come learn the challenges and developments of the robotics market!
Hear students from MIT and the surrounding Boston colleges and universities pitch their skills, ambition, and hustle—all in 60 seconds each. Meet talented individuals to team up with and make an impact. This is an incredible opportunity to share your skills and to build your network.
No company or product pitch required! Come share your skills and find people to collaborate with.
Michelle McKelvey (B'12), Global Partner Manager, Facebook
Teresa Wolf (B'17), Product Associate for Operations Product Innovation, Wayfair
Swapna Kommidi (MBA'11), Senior Manager, Business and Digital Transformation, EMC
Christina Xiao (B'17), Finance Rotation Program, Amazon