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Meet Ayushi Agarwal, an Indian Ph.D. student researching low-power Artificial Intelligence systems – passionate to make a difference!

Ayushi Agarwal is a Ph.D. student in New Delhi, India. She studied a Bachelor of Technology in Electronics and Communication Engineering at the National Institute of Technology, Allahabad, before beginning a Ph.D. at the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi. Her research focuses on bringing Artificial Intelligence to edge devices like smartphones, mobiles, and IoT. Apart from her research, she loves traveling and adventure and is passionate about contributing to bringing social change in the community and bridge the gender gap in science and technology.

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Feminism in India: The Perspective of a common woman!

Feminism, something that everyone should be talking about, is a movement/emotion that rose against the inhumane accepted practices we have grown to consider normal in our society. It encompasses female infanticide, gender-bias, domestic violence, and female objectification that are crippling the women in our community. It fights for the right to education, the right to work, equal pay, and the right to safety to empower women.
One of my friends (a male friend who chose to stay anonymous) recently interviewed me on this topic, which is very close to my heart.

Gabriela Raducan and PhD Supervisor

Meet Dr. Gabriela Raducan – Researcher & Wildfires Specialist – passionate to make a difference!

Gabriela Raducan is the founder and director of Tech4Future, a not-for-profit focused on research and education, located in Melbourne, Australia. Gabriela is a physicist with extensive knowledge in Advanced Data Science and ICT and a multidisciplinary background. She completed the PhD degree at RMIT University Melbourne, Australia, where she undertook deep research in the wildfires field. Gabriela is very passionate about research and about mentoring and helping younger generations succeed in life.

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Meet Ayushi Agarwal, an Indian Ph.D. student researching low-power Artificial Intelligence systems – passionate to make a difference!

Ayushi Agarwal is a Ph.D. student in New Delhi, India. She studied a Bachelor of Technology in Electronics and Communication Engineering at the National Institute of Technology, Allahabad, before beginning a Ph.D. at the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi. Her research focuses on bringing Artificial Intelligence to edge devices like smartphones, mobiles, and IoT. Apart from her research, she loves traveling and adventure and is passionate about contributing to bringing social change in the community and bridge the gender gap in science and technology.

Gabriela Raducan and PhD Supervisor

Meet Dr. Gabriela Raducan – Researcher & Wildfires Specialist – passionate to make a difference!

Gabriela Raducan is the founder and director of Tech4Future, a not-for-profit focused on research and education, located in Melbourne, Australia. Gabriela is a physicist with extensive knowledge in Advanced Data Science and ICT and a multidisciplinary background. She completed the PhD degree at RMIT University Melbourne, Australia, where she undertook deep research in the wildfires field. Gabriela is very passionate about research and about mentoring and helping younger generations succeed in life.

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A Global Initiative to Stop Wildfires!

The last wildfires season in Australia was terrible. Although my family and I weren’t directly affected by the fires, the air was very polluted. We would go out of the house only with masks, and we had air purifiers inside the house, to be able to breathe. There are many countries affected by wildfires, and even those that are not directly affected by wildfires, are affected by the air pollution.

I have an Australian PhD and deep expertise in wildfires, so through my not-for-profit called Tech4Future, I launched a global initiative to stop wildfires called F.I.R.E.(Fire Initiative in Research and Education).

Particle physicists want to prove the existence of the hypothetical Axion-like particles that might be constituents of the mysterious dark matter but haven´t been seen so far.

Scientists are Conducting Fundamental Research With ‘Speed Machines’!

Particle physicists claim they understand the universe, but the complexity of this surprising paradox behind our universe reveals to us that still 95 percent of the universe is yet not understood nor has it been seen directly. Mind dazzling indeed but if our universe would not contain e.g. entropy, wiggling particles possessing their own “wiggle-room” so to speak and slow, non-excited, as they seem to be, “hippy particles” as some of its fundamental components, we would not have the complex world we see today, including you and me.

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How to increase your employbility from home

How to increase your employability from home!

Looking for inspiration on how to increase your employability during this undeniably difficult period? Read below for some quick, easy and free ways to spend your days at home productively and for the most part enjoyably. Great for those who are currently unemployed and ready to enter the job-hunting arena when lockdown rules are paused, also great for those who are employed but are looking into self-development and / or changing their career.

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Feminism in India: The Perspective of a common woman!

Feminism, something that everyone should be talking about, is a movement/emotion that rose against the inhumane accepted practices we have grown to consider normal in our society. It encompasses female infanticide, gender-bias, domestic violence, and female objectification that are crippling the women in our community. It fights for the right to education, the right to work, equal pay, and the right to safety to empower women.
One of my friends (a male friend who chose to stay anonymous) recently interviewed me on this topic, which is very close to my heart.

Introspect the media that surrounds us today

How Media continues to perpetuate gender stereotypes!

Even today we look at the fulfilment of gender roles as an achievement in our everyday lives. I researched literature around the way mainstream media continues to perpetuate gender stereotypes. Through my writing, I take you through the basics of gender and sex, history and mass media’s continuous portrayal of sticking to gender norms. I highlight how this gender perpetuation affects us unknowingly, and I draw inspiration from (and mention) the famous article ‘Doing Gender’ by West and Zimmerman. 

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Resilience: Adjusting your sails in times of a world-wide pandemic!

Resilience is a dynamic, evolving process, during this process, you identify yourself, you grow, you gain confidence, you dream bigger, you inspire others, you tap into your strengths and you improve yourself. As Ann Masten says “Resilience is ordinary magic…” Individuals all over the world have the ability to tap into their ‘magic’ and make use of their strengths, assets and resources. Now, more than ever, we need to build ourselves, support each other and maximize our strengths  in order to emerge as a resilient nation so that we can fight obstacles and fear, and in doing so, we can flourish.