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Help us accelerate innovation to connect and secure the world

We’re proud of our strong relationship with the Society of Women Engineers (SWE), and we’re excited to participate in WE22, the world's largest conference for women in engineering and technology. 

Keysight employees from around the world will participate in WE22. Our attendees represent a variety of experience levels and support different business initiatives like 5G, aerospace and defense, automotive electronics and energy systems, massive IT infrastructure projects, operational excellence in supply chain management, and customer service. Their areas of specialty include hardware, software, solutions, systems, manufacturing engineering, R&D, sales, marketing, metrology, safety, and more.

Keysight at WE22 Career Fair

October 20-21, Booth #1920

Are you an industry professional, recent graduate, or current student with a background in information technology, supply chain, computer science, materials science, electrical, mechanical, or chemical engineering? If so, we’d love to meet you!

We are scheduling interviews for WE22 attendees that are a good match for Keysight, so upload your resume now!

Complete a profile and upload your resume now!

Keysight WE22 Speakers

Male Allyship from Above: a Senior Leadership Perspective

Friday, October 21, 2:30-3:30pm 

Erica Messinger
Program Manager, Software Transformation (moderator) 

Dan Krantz
CIO (panelist) 

When it comes to supporting gender equity, good intentions aren’t enough. Real, sustainable change requires men to become full partners and allies in championing gender equity. “Evidence shows that when men are deliberately engaged in gender inclusion programs, 96% of organizations see progress — compared to only 30% of organizations where men are not engaged.” 

In this session, three male allies in senior-level positions from Merck, Air Products, and Keysight, each of whom have demonstrated strong inclusive leadership throughout their careers, will share insights on how they have been able to empower women in their organizations and build diverse teams. These leaders will discuss the critical colleagues, movements, and initiatives that have guided them in their journeys to becoming effective allies, recommend actions that individuals and organizations can take to advance gender equity, and help everyone in the audience answer the question “How can I be a better ally?” 

Nothing to Hide, Everything to Lose – Protect Yourself Online! 

Friday, October 21, 5:00-5:20pm 

Bertie Chen
R&D Engineer, High Frequency Measurements Center of Excellence 

Zoom. LinkedIn. Instagram. We live more than half our lives online in the comfort of our homes, but how safe are we? When you sit at home and browse your phones, you don't feel like you're walking down a dark alleyway. You could have your identity stolen by malicious thieves, or get doxxed by a vengeful ex-partner. 

I will teach you why you need to take your digital footprint seriously by cleaning up your information online, and assess your vulnerabilities. Then I will show you how to be on social media with enhanced privacy settings so thieves don't raid your house while you're in Hawaii. Next, help you create better privacy systems using password managers and two-factor authentication. Lastly, explain why your email and phone number are as valuable as your social security number and address, and how to protect them. 

6 Keys to a 6G World 

Saturday, October 22, 1:15-1:35pm 

Karolina Eklund
5G & 6G Marketing Manager 

Our future, beyond year 2030, will be built on a ubiquitous connectivity fabric underpinned by 6G, the next generation of wireless technology, and supported by a wide range of advanced technologies, including artificial intelligence (AI), digital twins, holographic communications, and sensing. 6G has the potential to enhance human connection, health, and safety as well as improve efficiencies across multiple industries and within government organizations. It will be built on heterogeneous networks that allow physical and digital worlds to seamlessly converge, bringing people closer to each other in an environmentally sustainable way. To realize the vision of 6G, stakeholders from private and public sectors need to overcome an unprecedented level of complexity driven by technology, collaboration, and resources. Karolina will share six cross-industry conditions (keys) that need to be established on a global scale for 6G to deliver on its promise and empower a truly connected world to thrive. 

Keysight WE22 Delegates

Stop by Booth #1920, October 20-21, and say hello to our delegates!

Learn more about our relationship with SWE, what we love most about being a part of Keysight, and how you can shape tomorrow’s technology and succeed at Keysight.


Keysight WE22 Sponsored Events

Graduate Student Reception

Friday, October 21, 5:30-7:00pm

Please join us and other graduate students at a reception sponsored by Keysight. Network and share ideas with peers and sponsors in a welcoming and collaborative environment. Don’t miss this valuable experience!

WE22 Inspirational Insights

October 20-22

  • Everyday Resiliency in Ever-Changing Times with Dr. Robyne Hanley-Dafoe
  • Inclusive Leadership from the Top with Karen Horting, Moderator
  • Leadership Looks Like Me Fireside Chat with Deepa Purushothaman and Markita C. Riley
  • Discover Your Authentic Voice - And How to Use It To Create Change with Heather Whelpley
  • State of Women in Engineering with Peter Meiksins, Ursula Nguyen, and Roberta Rincon
  • Engineering a Lower Carbon Future with Alysia Green, Moderator
  • Technology Trends That Will Enhance Human Performance with Dr. Cori Lathan
  • Getting (More of) What You Want: Negotiation as Collaborative Problem Solving with Margaret A. Neale