Are you a female student in computer science, electrical engineering, or information technology making waves in your field of study? Apply for the Female Student Travel Award 2023 by 21 May and join us in celebrating the 10th generation of award winners during the Ruzena Bajcsy Lecture in June.

The collaborative research centers CROSSING and MAKI, the research training group Privacy & Trust, and the LOEWE center emergenCITY are happy to announce a new call for the Female Student Travel Award. The award recognizes female students in computer science, electrical engineering, or information technology who have demonstrated an exceptionally well performance in their field of study.

The eight winners can attend one of the listed conferences, which are focused on connecting women in technology, and provide excellent networking opportunities and a chance to connect with other talented women in academia and the industry.

The conferences

Please apply with a letter of motivation, your CV, your personal performance summary (TUCaN-Leistungsspiegel), and a description of your connection or interest to the field of research of MAKI, CROSSING, the RTG Privacy & Trust or emergenCITY. Optionally you can include which conference you attended or plan to attend.

For the two stipends offered by emergenCITY, students of all our emergenCITY research partner universities can apply, i.e. female students of TU Darmstadt, Philipps-Universität Marburg and Uni Kassel are eligible.

Please send your application (in German or English language) by 21 May 2023 to Dr. Anna Laura Raschke, Gender Equality Office, TU Darmstadt by e-mailing to:

Save the Date

Notifications will be sent out by mid of June and the awards will be presented to the winners during the “Ruzena Bajcsy Lecture” on 23 June 2023 from 1 to 3 pm. The speaker at this event will be Prof. Dr. Eleni Chatzi from ETH Zurich. Please block this date.