The second BCSWomen Lovelace Colloquium was held in the University of Leeds on April 16th 2009, and over 80 women from 25 different univesities registered for the event.
- BCS President Alan Pollard
- Gillian Arnold (IBM)
- Eileen Brown (Microsoft)
- Karen Groenink (Google)
- Prof Cornelia Boldyreff (Lincoln)
- Dr Julie Greensmith (Nottingham)
Poster contests winners:
There were two poster contests – Open Choice for students presenting on a topic of their choice, and Original Project Work for posters about computing systems and projects completed entirely by the students, such as final year projects.
The Open Choice contest went to Alexa Alexandru of the University of Essex, and the Original Project Work to Gemma Warnock of Aberdeen. We also had a “People’s choice” awards in each category, where everyone got to vote for their favourite: these went to Nuhzah Gooda Sahib of Queen Mary University of London for original project work, and Penny Broadhurst of the Open University for open choice.