PES Webinar - Challenges Women in Engineering Face

IEEE Power & Energy Society Women In Power Webinar Series

Challenges Women in Engineering Face

26 October 2016 • 11:00 am Eastern

Presented by Dr. Guadalupe Gonzalez, Assistant Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering at the Technological University of Panama

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This Webinar:

Some women are still facing issues that limit their advancement in technical careers. There are girls that still grow believing that engineering is exclusively for men and furthermore, those who actually develop a career in this path have to balance between family and work. In this webinar, we will discuss the issues as well as the ongoing comparison on how men and women behave in leadership positions. Are our differences an advantage or disadvantage for the success of the company?

We will also present how IEEE through the group Women in Power is contributing to help women in the power and energy sector to empower their capabilities.

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The Presenter:

Dr. Guadalupe Gonzalez is Panamanian. She received her BSc. In Electromechanical Engineering from the Technological University of Panama and her PhD. In Electrical Engineering from Texas A&M University. Since 2011 she is assistant professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering at the Technological University of Panama, where she also serves as co-director of the Advanced Energy Technologies and Sustainability Program. She is senior member of IEEE and currently she serves as Chair of IEEE PES Panama, Region 9 Representative for PES Women in Power and Chapter Rep. Region 9 - Central America and Panama. Her areas of research include: energy planning, sustainable engineering, control and design of electric machines, power electronics, renewable energies and modeling of energy systems.


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