Spring Open Day 2022

Join us on Saturday 30th April 2022 for our Spring Open Day. Register and we will send you updates about our planned events.

When: Saturday, 30 April 2022

Where: Online

BIAS: BUILT THIS WAY at Science Gallery Dublin

Professor Aphra Kerr & collaborators developed algorithmic bias game 'Flag for Removal' for the BIAS exhibition at Science Gallery Dublin.

When: Friday, 22 October 2021 to Monday, 31 January 2022

Where: Science Gallery Dublin

MU Live Webinars

Our MU Live information webinar series runs from November 2021 to May 2022. Join us online to learn about the options available as an undergraduate student at Maynooth.

When: Wednesday, 03 November 2021 to Sunday, 03 April 2022

Where: Online - Zoom Webinar

Undergraduate of the year

Gradireland are searching Irish universities and institutions to find the winner of the Gradireland Undergraduate of the Year Awards 2022!

When: Monday, 31 January 2022

Where: Online

Research Seminar Series - "Has the European Semester become a driver of National Pension Policy?" by Dr Bridget McNally

This paper is a comparative study of recent pension system reforms in the Netherlands and Ireland to analyse how the European Semester influences pension reform in each country.

When: Tuesday, 01 February 2022

Where: MS Teams

Would you like to be published in RTÉ Brainstorm?

The Communications team in Maynooth University is inviting academics and researchers to a workshop on writing skills with RTÉ Brainstorm editor Jim Carroll, on Wednesday 2 February, 10am -11am via Zoom

When: Wednesday, 02 February 2022

Where: Via Zoom

Hamilton Institute Seminar

SPEAKER: Professor Rebecca Schulman, Johns Hopkins University TITLE: "Self-assembly of active circuits"

When: Wednesday, 02 February 2022

Where: Zoom

Mathematics & Statistics Colloquium - Professor Annika Lang

Professor Annika Lang, Department of Mathematical Sciences, Chalmers University of Technology, Göteborg, Sweden, will give a talk titled “Connecting random fields on manifolds and stochastic partial differential equations in simulations”.

When: Wednesday, 02 February 2022

Where: MS Teams

Music Research Seminar: Prof Joshua Dickson

Prof Joshua Dickson (Head of Traditional Music at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland) opens this semester's series of research seminars with a discussion of early Scots Gaelic song traditions

When: Wednesday, 02 February 2022

Where: Online

The many hats we wear in stats - Dr Niamh Cahill

‘The many hats we wear in stats’ - Dr Niamh Cahill, Department of Mathematics and Statistics Maynooth University

When: Thursday, 03 February 2022

Where: Online - Zoom