European Women in Tech
Join Elsevier at European Women in Tech in Amsterdam
November 26–27 2019 Visit us in Hall 12, Booth A14 @ the RAI
European Women in Tech is part of the Women in Tech World Series, a platform built to empower individuals and drive diversity and inclusion. Elsevier is proud to be attending this event to show how we use tech to spark discoveries – and make a difference to the world.
Karin Hilton, Senior Director of Technology at Elsevier, will be speaking on Wednesday the 27th as part of the conference theme, The Evolution of Work. Her presentation is entitled “Data, Diversity and Change: the evolution of research”.
Karin is responsible for the technology team who is building Mendeley Data - Elsevier’s platform to support research data management. Karin and her team are using technology to transform the way that researchers collaborate and work together to spark discovery and support innovative interdisciplinary thinking.
Before joining Elsevier, Karin was a Technology Director with eBay Classifieds Group heading up core capability technology platforms on a global basis, challenging how they responded to the mobile wave as an organization. She has held technology leadership roles at companies across a range of industries.
In 2019, Karin was honoured as one of 50 most influential women in tech in The Netherlands.
Technology Careers at Elsevier
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Gender in the Global Research Landscape
We’ve used tech and data to understand the role gender plays in the world of research – and presented the results in our Gender in the global research landscape report. It spans 20 years, 12 geographies and 27 disciplines, and draws upon data and analytics and involvement of global experts.
Leveraging our robust Scopus Author Profiles combined with powerful author disambiguation methodology, we have now begun work on our third gender and research report, which we plan to publish in early 2020.