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Women in Computing Seminar Series: Bioengineering

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Room K6.63

The Strand Campus

King's College London

London

WC2R 2LS

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You are cordially invited to the second seminar of our Women in Computing seminar series. We are delighted to have Dr Tempest Van Schaik speaking about her research on "Lasers, tumours and doodles: computing adventures of a biomedical engineer".

This event is open to everyone with an interest, especially gender minorities in academia and industry.

About Dr Tempest Van Shaik:

Tempest is a South African-born, London-based engineer and scientist with degrees in Information Engineering and Biomedical Engineering from Wits University. Her PhD in Bioengineering at Imperial College London focused on medical sensor technology. She has experience in the end-to-end development of tech, from scientific research at the lab bench, to product development and user-experience. Her research at Ctrl Group and Science Practice focuses on mobile diagnostic devices. She's worked in domains as broad as health, agriculture and oceanography, and has used computing in diverse ways, from microcontrollers and robotics, to data science and apps.


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King’s Building (Take the lifts after the Great Hall to level 6, turn right out of the lifts and follow the corridor along and K6.63 is on your right). Strand Campus map: https://www.kcl.ac.uk/artshums/study/handbook/about/strandvwbmap.pdf


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5:30pm - 6:00pm: Registration

6:00pm - 7:00pm: Talk by Dr Tempest Van Shaik

7:00pm - 8:00pm: Socialising

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