Concert: José María Curbelo and Ariadna Martín (pianos)

Music of Spain: Centenary tribute to Alicia de Larrocha. A programme of works for solo piano and four-hands piano.

When: Thursday, 26 October 2023

Where: Riverstown Hall

Professional Formation: Students Researching Professional Identity in the Social Professions

This seminar will present research findings from a collaborative project with final year CYW students researching professional identity. This will be followed by a discussion on approaches to professional identity formation in HE, across the social professions

When: Thursday, 26 October 2023

Where: Auxilia House Ground Floor Seminar Room (DAPPSS)

Music of Spain

Ariadna Martín Alfaro and José María Curbelo González will perform a programme of music titled ‘Music from Spain’ - a selection of works for solo and four-hands piano featuring composers including I. Albéniz, E. Granados, M. de Falla, A. Soriano and F. Mompou.

When: Thursday, 26 October 2023

Where: Riverstown Hall

IVI Presentation: Requirement Modeling for AI Act Compliance for Data Sharing in Health Data Spaces

The European Union is on the verge of adopting a series of regulations that will affect how data is collected and shared in the EU. These include the Data Governance Act, the Digital Services Act, the Digital Markets Act, the Artificial Intelligence Act and the Data Act. The evolving nature of international standards for trustworthy AI exacerbates these requirements and compliance mapping challenges. The need for the harmonization request for the AI Act to be satisfied by European Standards Development Organizations that are not current driving those standards and the proliferation of other proprietary, international, and national guidelines and standards for trustworthy AI. This work presents an open approach to capturing requirements from different regulations and associated standards documents so that the sufficiency of the local management process and resulting artifact exchanges between value chain actors can be compared and compliance with different regulatory and policy requirements can be assessed and tracked.

When: Thursday, 26 October 2023

Where: IVI Boardroom, 238, Eolas

Maynooth researchers - examples in the education and justice sectors of working with policy-makers

Research week 2023 event on examples in the education and justice sectors of Maynooth researchers working with policy-makers

When: Thursday, 26 October 2023

Where: Mussi Seminar Room 2.31 Iontas 2nd Floor

Explore with MaynoothWorks: Novel Applications of Sensor Technology

EXPLORE SERIES OF EVENTS What is the Explore Series? Explore is a series of workshops supports innovators and entrepreneurs, in different industry sectors keen to speed up their company’s growth plans. We want to select and explore different emerging technologies and make it easier for companies to adapt or integrate into the market solutions and thereby increase competitiveness. We want to innovators to invest a small amount of time to explore new technologies with the potential upside of accelerating innovation. Listen to experts and other innovators in different industries and potentially access expert knowledge and resources to make a difference in your business. We plan to pick a different theme for each event and build a programme that is useful to our regional enterprise partners and their clients. The next Explore Series event theme is: Novel Applications of Satellite Sensor Technology Location/Date: MaynoothWorks on 26th October 2023

When: Thursday, 26 October 2023

Where: MaynoothWorks, Business Innovation Centre, Eolas Building, Maynooth, Co Kildare

Enter MACMORRIS: Mapping Early Modern Ireland Digitally

An introduction to the MACMORRIS website which launched last month. 

When: Thursday, 26 October 2023

Where: TBC

Climate Stories

How we tell the story of climate crisis is vital – for now and the future. This event features Tom Comitta, author of The Nature Book (2023) and a panel of MU English scholars with shared research interests in eco-aesthetics and eco-politics. It aims to engage the University community in climate actions and eco-awareness through literature. Participants will be invited to contribute their own climate stories and images in a workshop element facilitated by artist Susan Leen under the theme “Climate 2053”, to imagine adapting to a changed world.    All welcome.

When: Thursday, 26 October 2023

Where: Iontas 1.33, AHI Seminar

SMILE Project: Women in Leadership in Higher Education

In this event, we will introduce the SMILE EU Audit plan to participants and describe the utility of using the plan in organizations. We will also discuss policy recommendations that have arisen from the EU SMILE project. We will also facilitate an interactive session around the topic 'Women in Leadership in Higher Education.

When: Thursday, 26 October 2023

Where: Room 234, School of Education