Congratulations to all the poster entries in womENcourage 2022!

Thank you for joining us in Cyprus for womENcourage 2022!

Here is the list of the successful posters and their authors. Looking forward to the posters session on the 22nd of September at UCLan Cyprus at womENcourage 2022!

  1. Gamification and Motivation in Online Learning: Athina Konstantinidou
  2. Introducing Girls to Computer Science, a study of literature: Mia Bjørndal, Sara Holm Pedersen, Jakob E. R. Keller and Eivind Dalholt.
  3. Utilising Pedagogical Agents and Virtual Reality as a unified technology to support immersive learning: Aimilios Hadjiliasi
  4. Modelling and visualising automated access control policy generation for distributed environment principals: Anna Bamberger
  5. Evolving Natural Fractal Patterns with a Genetic Algorithm: Habiba Akter and Rupert Young
  6. Playing 2050, A New World – A Boardgame for Climate Change Engagement: Savia Palate, Elizabeth M. Tennyson
  7. Working toward gender balance in Informatics: starting from primary school teaching: Gloria Sassone
  8. Designing an Augmented Reality Literature Exploration Tool ― An exploratory study for neuroscience: Ghazaleh Tanhaei, Lynda Hardman and Wolfgang Hürst
  9. 3D Localisation for Internet of Things Systems: Andrey Sesyuk and Marios Raspopoulos
  10. Finding Indirect Relations between Topics in Neuroscience Literature using Augmented Reality: Boyu Xu, Lynda Hardman and Wolfgang Hürst
  11. Design, Implement and Evaluate New Tech Solutions Which Contribute to Solve the Problem of Inclusion in Tech: Marit Fredrikke Hansen and Sandra Helen Husnes
  12. Evaluation of the Enablers of Industry 4.0 in the RMG Sector of Bangladesh: Habiba Akter, Shihab Shah and Sanjeeb Roy
  13. Evaluating Arguments of ADFs by Semi-stable Semantics: Atefeh Keshavarzi Zafarghandi
  14. Teachers’ contribution in gender balance in ICT: Nora Pireci Sejdiu and Blagoj Ristevcki
  15. pARt Blocks: Programming in AR with tangible blocks: Karolina Trajkovska, Jordan Aiko Deja and Maheshya Weerasinghe
  16. Because I Am A Woman: A Solution to Barriers Faced by Undergraduates in STEM – Kezia Devathasan and Daniela Damian
  17. Surveillances of the visitor at Central level meeting as a E-Acceptance ticket: Pradeep Kumar K, Shobhitha M, Kavya B, Doddam Kavyasree and P V Ruchitha
  18. Investigating factors associated with recruitment of female computer science students: Hanne Kyllo Ødegård
  19. EUGAIN & Understanding the barriers on girls from choosing Informatics as a career: initiatives’ experiences – Zeynep Şahin Timar
  20. Developing students’ Learning and Innovation skills through STEAM Making projects: Stella Timotheou
  21. iMuseum: Intelligent, the interactive virtual museum for conserving and celebrating the history of Leicester’s multicultural population: Deborah Fakehinde, Dr Indrani Lahiri and Dr Lipika Deka
  22.  A graphic design framework for out-of-home social cause advertising: Rafaella Maria Lakeridou
  23. ICT Disruptive Technologies: Starlink in Ukraine Case (Review): Oleksandra Yeremenko, Oleksandr Lemeshko, Mykhailo Persikov and Valentyn Lemeshko
  24. Women In Scrum Team: Thea Kvinnegard
  25. Development of an application for a sustainability project involving citizen participation: Amalia Cid Blasco, Marina Torelli Postigo and Ángela Sueiro Ramírez
  26. Is This Inclusive Design? Analysis of Microsoft’s Inclusive Design Toolkit: Anna Szlavi and Monica Landoni
  27. Gender Inclusivity in Smart Cities: Karen D. Aarhus
  28. Engaging girls in computer science through technology and gamification in education: Julie Holte Motland
  29. Post-secondary Computing Education for Individuals with Neurodevelopmental Disorders: in the Hunt of Diversity and Drawing New Lines of Inclusion: Anabel Fraga, Gonzalo Genova and Manuela Alejandres
  30. The WiPLASH project: A Tale of Technical and Gender Actions – Sergi Abadal, Eduard Alarcón and Fátima Rodríguez-Galán
  31. Investigating Digital support for inclusive, beautiful, climate neutral cities: Eivind Syrdalen Dovland and Ferdinand Ward Ådlandsvik
  32. Machine Learning-based effective detection technique of emerging automotive cybersecurity incidents: Reem Bashir, Lipika Deka, Ali Hilal Al-Bayatti and Daniel Paluszczyszyn
  33. CML – Simulation-based software: an effective educational tool for distance learning: Amal Mersni, Ozge Buyukdagli, Selma Copra and Chaimae Khatib
  34. The Truth Behind the Scenes: Reasons of Lower Women Activity in IT Sector in Azerbaijan: Nargiz Allahverdiyeva