Alice & Eve is an initiative to celebrate the contributions of women in computing. We present inspiring women in computing, both to the general public, and to professionals.
Alice & Eve comprises a wide variety of activities: 1-day symposium, a poster competition, a physical exhibition portraying 25 women in computer science. And the website you are currently visiting, featuring a digital exhibition.
The first edition of Alice & Eve was held in January 2020, at the University of Twente. The second edition has taken place in November 2021 in Nijmegen, the Netherlands.
If you want to get an impression of what the physical exhibition from 2020 looked like, click here
WHO ARE ALICE AND EVE?
Alice and Eve are fictional characters commonly used as placeholders in cryptographic systems and protocols. Alice and Bob are generally represented as characters exchanging a message or cryptographic key. Eve represents an "eavesdropper", who can listen to messages between Alice and Bob. You can read more here.