2018年全球数学、计算和自然科学工作者调查

发布: 2018/05/08 10:00

为了进一步了解世界各地的数学、计算和自然科学学者以及从业人员所面临的问题,以使所有国家地区(尤其是发展中国家/地区)的决策者了解如何缩小男性与女性之间在数学、计算和自然科学方面的差距。国际科学理事会与来自国际的11个学术组织共同开展了“科学中的性别差异”为主题的调查问卷。本项活动希望更多国家和地区的同行参与此项调查活动,以取得更为全面的报告,反映更为可观与真实的状况。作为合作伙伴之一国际工业与应用数学联合会的大会员单位,中国工业与应用数学学会应邀组织相关领域的尽可能多的同行参与这项活动。


以下分别是邀请参加调查活动函的中文版和英文版。



亲爱的同行,


您好!


在此邀请您参加2018年全球数学、计算和自然科学工作者调查。


您可以在 http://statisticalresearchcenter.org/global18 找到本调查。


本调查提供七种语言版本(英语、法语、俄语、西班牙语、阿拉伯语、中文和日语)。您只需在本调查的第一页选择您的语言即可。本调查是十一个合作伙伴的一项学科合作的计划,由国际科学理事会(ICSU)提供支援,旨在进一步了解世界各地的数学、计算和自然科学学者和从业人员所面临的问题。合作伙伴包括:

1. 国际数学联合会 (IMU)

2. 国际纯粹与应用化学联合会 (IUPAC)

3. 国际纯粹与应用物理联合会 (IUPAP)

4. 国际工业与应用数学理事会 (ICIAM)

5. 国际天文学联合会 (IAU)

6. 联合国教育、科学及文化组织 (UNESCO)

7. 国际生物科学联合会 (IUBS)

8. 科学、创新、技术和工程中的性別 (GenderInSITE)

9. 国际科技史与科技哲学联合会 (IUHPST)

10. 第三世界妇女科学组织 (OWSD)

11. 美国电脑协会 (ACM)


该项目的具体任务之一是收集世界各地的资料,以使所有国家/地区(尤其是发展中国家/地区)的决策者了解如何缩小男性与女性之间在数学、计算和自然科学方面的差距。


资料由非营利性的美国物理学会 (American Institute of Physics) 统计研究中心 (Statistical Research Center) 收集。回答本调查的问题是自愿的,您的个人资讯将受到严格保密。我们希望能够收到数千名来自世界各个角落的回复者的回应!


我们还需要您说明寻找更多问卷作答者(男性和女性)来回答本调查的问题。请将本电子邮件转发或发送给任何曾学习或者从事数学、计算、自然科学或者科技史与科技哲学方面的研究或工作的人 (无论男性还是女性)。您可以在此处找到本调查全部七种语言版本的说明函:https://icsugendergapinscience.org/2018-global-survey-of-mathematical-computing-and-naturalscientists/。只有收到尽可能多的人们的回馈,我们才能了解世界各地这些领域内人们的状况。


感谢您对这项重要工作的帮助。


Marie-Francoise Roy (IMU) 和 Mei-Hung Chiu (邱美虹) (IUPAC) 敬上

“科学中的性別差距”专案协调员

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Dear Colleagues,


You are invited to participate in the 2018 Global Survey of Mathematical, Computing, and Natural Scientists.


You will find the survey at http://statisticalresearchcenter.org/global18 The survey is available in seven languages (English, French, Russian, Spanish, Arabic, Chinese, and Japanese). Simply choose your language on the first page of the survey.


The survey is part of an interdisciplinary collaboration of eleven partners, supported by the International Council for Science (ICSU), which aims to better understand the problems mathematical, computing, and natural science academics and practitioners are facing around the world. The partners are:

1. International Mathematical Union (IMU)

2. International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC)

3. International Union for Pure and Applied Physics (IUPAP)

4. International Council for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (ICIAM)

5. International Astronomical Union (IAU)

6. United National Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)

7. International Union of Biological Sciences (IUBS)

8. Gender in Science, Innovation, Technology and Engineering (GenderInSITE)

9. International Union of History and Philosophy of Science and Technology (IUHPST)

10. Organization for Women in Science for the Developing World (OWSD)

11. Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)


One of the specific tasks for the project is to collect data across the world to inform policy makers from all countries, especially developing countries, about reducing the gap between men and women in mathematical, computing, and natural sciences.


The data are being collected by the non-profit Statistical Research Center of the American Institute of Physics. Responses to this survey are voluntary, and your individual information will be held in strict confidence. We are aiming for thousands of respondents from every corner of the world!


We will also need your help to find more respondents (men and women), to answer this survey. Please forward this e-mail to send it to anyone (both men and women) who has studied or worked in mathematics, computing, natural sciences, or the history and philosophy of science and technology. You can find the cover letters in all seven languages of the survey here: https://icsugendergapinscience.org/2018-global-survey-of-mathematical-computing-and-naturalscientists/ It is only by hearing from as many people as possible that we can understand the worldwide situation for people in these fields.


Thank you for your help with this important effort.


Sincerely,

Marie-Francoise Roy (IMU) and Mei-Hung Chiu (IUPAC)

Coordinators of the Gender Gap in Science project



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