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How Can We Make Interacting With Technology and Science Exciting and Fun Experiences?
Marjan BoorBoor, Master of Technological Socio-Economical Planning (Major in Intelligent Renewable Energy System Planning)
Voices 2015 - www.globaltechwomen.com
Thu March 12 7:00 PST
Thu March 12 10:00 EST
Thu March 12 14:00 UTC
Thu March 12 19:30 IST
Fri March 13 1:00 Sydney
Session Length: 30 minutes + 30 minutes networking time
How my curiosity took me to science and engineering. How finding my own way of learning made me fall in love with science and technology and how sharing this with others has given them a memorable experience making them curious and innovative in the field. My mission to reach as many people as possible.
I have loved math since I was in elementary school, I did a lot of self-educating in math where I find joy and excitement in math. In middle school because of my math grades I was invited to participate in a preparation math course for International Math and computer Olympiad.
I have a master degree in Technological Socio Economical planning, majoring in renewable energy system planning and development. My background education is in Mathematic, Physics, Computer science, Artificial intelligence and Robotics, Marketing, Leadership, Project management and innovation and monitoring, Innovative Psychology of learning.
I made several intelligent Robots and participated in several artificial intelligent Robocup competitions and participated in Iran, Germany, Netherland and Atlanta international Robocup competition and won several awards.
I am the developer of energyplanner.dk which is an intelligence tool for tracing changes in an energy system due to gradual energy transition from fossil fuel to renewable energies that is going to be used by energy planner in Denmark.
I have innovative way of learning for science and technology that help you not only become good at it but also enjoy it. I have teach math for years, and my experience have been that factors such as gender, age, and race, background are not determining factors for being good at math and enjoy learning that.