Conference Program

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The times given in the conference program of OOP 2024 correspond to Central European Time (CET).

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  • Dienstag
  • Mittwoch
, (Dienstag, 30.Januar 2024)
20:00 - 23:00
Welcome Reception
Welcome Reception

Die ideale Gelegenheit zum Netzwerken und Austauschen bietet die Welcome Reception. Lassen Sie den Konferenztag mit anderen Teilnehmern, Referenten, Ausstellern und Sponsoren bei Fingerfood und Getränken in der Expo ausklingen.

Vortrag: Welcome

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, (Mittwoch, 31.Januar 2024)
18:30 - 20:00
Meetup – Women@OOP
Meetup – Women@OOP

Frauen verändern die Technik. Wir bestärken Frauen in der IT-Branche darin, sich zu beteiligen und ihrer Stimme Gehör zu verschaffen. Nehmen Sie am Mittwoch, 31.01. ab 18:30 Uhr, an unserem Treffen teil, um Ihre Erfahrungen in einem geschützten Raum zu teilen und Ihre technische Stärke mit uns auszubauen.

Women are changing technology. We encourage women in the IT industry to participate and make their voices heard. Join our meeting on Wednesday, 31 January from 6.30 p.m. to share your experiences in a safe space and build your technical strength with us.

We are looking forward to hear your inspiring stories! Maybe you would like to tell us how you apply technology towards sustainability, or to prevent and find resilience in front of environmental disasters, or maybe you just want to inspire and encourage others by telling us about your career progression in IT!

(This meetup will be held in mainly in English, of course networking can be in both German and English.)

  • Hype Women! — F/X-sisterhood for a socially sustainable IT-community (Maryse Meinen)
  • The impossible dreams! (Graziela Simone Tonin)
  • Passkeys — the Swiss army knife for web authentication? (Sonja Scheungrab)
  • Breaking the Silence: Inspiring women in tech to shine on stage! (Mirna Alaisami)

Currently a Principal AI Strategist with Amazon, Zorina works with global customers to find solutions that speed up operations and enhance processes using Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. Zorina is also an Adjunct Professor at Georgetown University SCS, as a creator and instructor for the "AI for Leaders" courses within the Project Management Masters program. Zorina is involved in AI for Good initiatives and working with non-profit organizations to address major social and environmental challenges using AI/ML. She also volunteers with the Zonta organization and as the Chair of the Artificial Intelligence Committee at, to support women in tech.

As senior consultant at INNOQ, Martina draws from her vast experience working with NGOs as well as start-ups, SMEs and global corporations. She's just as comfortable running projects as she is sharing her expertise on product design, privacy, collaboration and intercultural communication. As a founding member of various community-focused media operations, meet-ups and mini-conferences, she prefers working behind the scenes.

Sonja works as a consultant at INNOQ. She works on web-related topics ranging from design, UX/UI, to backend development, with a focus on usable security.

Graziela Simone Tonin has worked in the technology market for over 19 years in Brazil and abroad. Ph.D. in Computer Science. Received the US IBM World Award and the Women of Value Award.
Graziela mentors and worked in several national entrepreneurship and innovation programs, such as Innovativa Brasil. Ambassador of Clube Bora Fazer, an entrepreneurship community. She works as a professor at Insper Institution, a Teacher of Executive Education and customized programs for C-Levels, and also is a professor in Computer Science and Engineering program. She led the Women In Tech Project and is co-leader in the Gender Front of the Diversity Committee at Insper. Graziela leads volunteer projects throughout Brazil through the Grupo Mulheres do Brasil. In addition, she is part of a worldwide research project that analyzes initiatives aimed at women in software engineering.

Maryse Meinen is a Product Person and a Stoic practitioner, currently working in IT infra. Passionate about sustainability and working on greening IT (software AND hardware). Also working on social sustainability in several ways.

Mirna Alaisami is a senior consultant at Novatec with focus on cloud technologies & platforms. She supports & advises customers on building cloud architectures & migrating to various cloud platforms. She also develops & delivers training topics related to microservice development & CI/CD. Prior to that, she worked as a software engineer. In addition to her role as a consultant, she actively blogs for Novatec, has been guest lecturer at different universities, and speaker at various meetups & conferences.

Zorina Alliata, Martina Meng, Sonja Scheungrab, Graziela Simone Tonin, Maryse Meinen, Mirna Alaisami
Raum 13a
Zorina Alliata, Martina Meng, Sonja Scheungrab, Graziela Simone Tonin, Maryse Meinen, Mirna Alaisami
Raum 13a

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