Your Details Title: First name:* Last name:* Gender: Female Male Not specified Date of birth:* Email:* Phone: Country of residence:* City:* Languages You Speak Native language*: Add any additional language(s) you speak fluently: Please list all languages indicating your level of proficienty. (“N” for native or near-native, “FL” for fluent, “IM” for intermediate). Education Tertiary degree(s): Please specify type (e.g., MS, PhD), subject, institution, and year for each tertiary degree.* Please list any other relevant certifications or qualifications. Professional Experience Current position:* Current institution:* Please briefly describe what you do (including your regular professional activities):* Please provide any public links to your professional webpage(s) (e.g., your personal university page, your Google Scholar profile, your ResearchGate profile, etc.): STEMM Expertise Please select your primary STEMM area of expertise. If you consider your area to be interdisciplinary, please check all options that apply.* Biological and biomedical sciences (e.g., medical sciences) Computer and information sciences Engineering Mathematics and statistics Physical sciences (e.g., physics, chemistry, astronomy, earth sciences) Other
Please describe your specific area(s) of STEMM expertise (e.g., quantum physics, artificial intelligence).* Please list the keywords about your STEMM research and/or R&D work.* Please provide a listing and/or a public link to your research publications/patents/inventions.* Please list a few of your most important professional achievements:* Please indicate name, year, and, if possible, a link to a public website where these achievements have been published. (e.g., key publications, patents, awards). Mentoring Experience Have you ever mentored someone?* --- Yes No Please provide details. Please indicate the year, duration, age group of your mentee(s), number of your mentee(s), and field(s) of mentoring.* Why do you want to volunteer as a mentor for Global Talent Mentoring?* In what main area(s) in STEMM would you like to mentor a mentee? (Please select max. 3 areas)* Astronomy Biological and biomedical sciences (e.g., medical sciences) Chemistry Computer and information sciences Earth sciences Engineering Mathematics and statistics Physics Other
Please list any further knowledge, competency, and skill that can be potentially relevant in mentoring a STEMM student: Professional References Please list the names of people you are working with (e.g., in your department) whom we may contact as references. Please indicate their name, institution, job position, their relation to you, the duration you have worked with them, and an email address where we may contact them.* Data and Security How did you learn about Global Talent Mentoring?* --- Advanced Material Pandemic and Future Preparedness Taskforce (AMPT) American Association for Anatomy American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE) American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) appliedAI Applied Science and Technology Research Institute, Hong Kong (ASTRI) Arabian Gulf University (Bahrain) AraCreate Associação Nacional para o Estudo e Intervenção na Sobredotação - ANEIS (Portugal) Association for Technical Culture of Slovenia (ZOTKS) Astra (Denmark) Axcelis Technologies BASF SE Belgian Women in Science Cape Coast Technical University (Ghana) Caribbean Centre for Giftedness and Creativity Center for Gifted Education at the College of William and Mary Center for Talented Youth Greece (CTY Greece) Centre Corporate Social Responsibility Development, Ukraine (CSR Ukraine) Centre for Talented Youth Ireland (CTY Ireland) Chemistry Industry Association of Canada (CIAC) Croucher Foundation CyberMentor Danish Microbiological Society Dr. Kalmadi Shamarao Junior College (Kaveri Group of Institutes) DreamSpace Academy (Sri Lanka) European Talent Support Network (ETSN) Fazekas Mihály Secondary School Fédération Européenne d'Associations Nationales d'Ingénieurs (FEANI) Florida Atlantic University Foundation for Research and Technology — Hellas (FORTH) Future Minds (Peru) Genetics Society of America Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh) Gifted Education (New Zealand) Hamdan Foundation Hong Kong Academy for Gifted Education Limited (HKAGE) ICB Institute of Computational Biology (Helmholtz Zentrum München) Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy (IMSA) IUBH University of Applied Sciences Jubilee Institute (Jordan) Junior Academy of Sciences of Ukraine (JAS) Kaunas University of Technology KI Bundesverband Komm, mach MINT Kotebe Metropolitan University Kumasi Technical University LTER-Austria - Austrian Society for Long-term Ecological Research Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda Marie Curie Alumni Association (MCAA) Ministry of Education and Science, Bulgaria Mount Kenya University Mully Children's Family National Pedagogical Institute of the Czech Republic Northwestern University, Center for Talented Development Ordem dos Engenheiros (Portugal) PASCO Scientific Platform Talent voor Technologie (Dutch National STEM Platform) Radboud University Sabah Al Ahmad Center for Giftedness and Creativity (SACGC) (Kuwait) St. Martin's College (Malta) Sukkur IBA University, Executive Development Center Taipei Resource Center for the Gifted and Talented (TRCGT) Tamale Technical University The Ohio State University Triplebar University of Iowa, Belin-Blank Center for Gifted Education and Talent Development University of Management and Technology University of Vienna (Faculty of Earth Sciences, Geography and Astronomy) University of Wollongong VBIO Verband Biologie, Biowissenschaften und Biomedizin e.V. Other If other, please specify:* I permit Global Talent Mentoring to share the information I submit in the Mentor Volunteer Form to my nominating institution (as selected above).* I consent to the storing and processing of my data by Global Talent Mentoring.* I will provide further information as requested by Global Talent Mentoring prior to participating in the program.* Do you have a criminal record?* No Yes Please answer this easy question before submitting your message: Which is smaller, 20 or 12?