How can we capture the world based on how light interacts? On November 1st, Professor Laura Walker spoke at Femtech Talk about how computational imaging does this. Computational imaging is a multidisciplinary field that blurs the lines of electrical engineering, computer science, and biology. It focuses on the physics of how light propagates, and the algorithms that can be developed for optimization.
With tech start-ups flooding the California coast, now is a great time to get your foot in the door at the next big tech company. Tech industry recruiter and Six Sigma Black Belt Mai Le shares some insight on entering the industry if you’re not an engineer.
FEM Tech hosted its first “Share” event earlier tonight, a new self-paced, project based coding workshop. Here, you can get answers to all your coding queries, from Data Science 8 homework to iOS app development to building your own website. Come eat free ice cream (or other unmentionables) and mind meld with women in tech! Scroll below for photos of tonight’s event. FEM[…]
Melisa Lin, founder and CEO of restaurant meet-up site Nommery, chatted with FEM Tech earlier this month about her journey from Berkeley student to owner of one of the most promising start-ups in the industry.
Walking into Cafe Milano on a Tuesday evening in November, Michi Kanda, a user experience and web developer for Tokyo-based startup Progate, a sort of Codeacademy of the East, wears a sweater advertising her company, a skirt that defies the cold weather settling into Berkeley, and black oxford platforms, a nod to her home country’s[…]
by Lisanne Marie Van Engelen With over 300 million users, it can be difficult to find people on Twitter who are actually worth following. Here is a list of some leading ladies in the tech world to help with that search! Some of the women work in robotics, while some others work as CEOs. All impact[…]