Project team

  • Minna Salminen Karlsson

    Minna Salminen Karlsson, assistant professor in sociology, has done research on engineering education and ICT companies since the first half of the 1990’s, as well as on women’s careers in technological work in a European perspective. In particular, she has been interested in computer engineering culture: how it is transmitted in engineering education and how it is formed in highly technological ICT workplaces. She has also researched learning in ICT companies, in particular the learning that takes place in team working processes.

  • Martha Blomqvist

    Martha Blomqvist, assistant professor in sociology and senior lecturer at the Centre for Gender Research, Uppsala University, has conducted several research projects, most of them on working life issues. The last decades her research has focused on gender and organization, exploring changes in the gender division and gender relations as a consequence of organizational change. A recent research project looked into newspaper narratives on gender relations and working conditions in the ICT sector.

  • Sunrita Dhar-Bhattacharjee

    Sunrita Dhar-Bhattacharjee, is a Research Fellow in the School of the Built Environment, at the University of Salford. She has been researching on gender segregation in engineering and ICT for the last couple of years in the UK. Her research agenda is to examine gender segregation and inequality and the intersectional perspectives in the study of organizations especially with regards to India and the UK. She is interested in the international comparative methodology and has been researching on the patterns of segregation in terms of women’s recruitment, retention and progression in the engineering and ICT sectors.