Events

3MT 3 Minute Thesis Competition

3MT 3 Minute Thesis Competition

When: Wednesday, 20 October 2021

Where: Online

MU Research Week Seminar: Recent Research on International Development Practice

The Department of International Development will host a seminar as part of Maynooth University Research Week 2021. This seminar will explore research being undertaken at the Department. Participants will be invited to critically reflect on each topic with reference to its relevance for international development thinking and practice today. Participants will also have the opportunity to engage with researchers and each other in relation to research presented. Open to all.

When: Wednesday, 20 October 2021

Where: Online (Teams)

Virtual Undergraduate Research Symposium

Virtual Undergraduate Research Symposium

When: Wednesday, 20 October 2021

Where: Online

Department of International Development, Maynooth Research Week Seminar ‘Recent Research on International Development Practice’

This seminar will explore research being undertaken at the Department of International Development. Participants will be invited to critically reflect on each topic with reference to its relevance for international development thinking and practice today.

When: Wednesday, 20 October 2021

Where: Online

Mathematics & Statistics Colloquium - Dr Alessia Caponera

Dr Alessia Caponera, Chair of Mathematical Statistics, EPFL, Switzerland, will give a talk titled “Statistical inference for spherical functional autoregressions”.

When: Wednesday, 20 October 2021

Where: MS Teams

Digital Humanities and Ogham and Latinate inscriptions from Early Medieval times to the present

Dr Nora White, Department of Early Irish, will talk about two projects currently being undertaken in the department researching the earliest surviving writing in Irish. The first project, EMILI (Early Medieval Irish Latinate Inscriptions; funded by a Royal Irish Academy Nowlan Digitisation grant) aims to initiate a searchable digital corpus of early medieval Irish inscriptions in the Latin script. The second project, OG(H)AM (Harnessing digital technologies to transform understanding of ogham writing, from the 4th century to the 21st) is a collaboration between Prof. David Stifter at Maynooth University and Prof. Katherine Forsyth at Glasgow University that was recently awarded funding through the joint Irish Research Council and the Arts and Humanities Research Council in the Digital Humanities scheme.

When: Wednesday, 20 October 2021

Where: Online

EURAXESS Ireland for Researchers in Ireland

EURAXESS is a platform for researchers, entrepreneurs, universities and businesses to interact with each other.

When: Wednesday, 20 October 2021

Where: Online

STOPFARRIGHT Seminar Series 1: Misinformation and the Far-Right

This seminar will look at the role of misinformation in Far-Right strategies at the international and Irish level, discussing and exploring strategies to counteract them.

When: Wednesday, 20 October 2021

Where: Online

MIT CINCS / Hamilton Institute Seminar

SPEAKER: Professor Paul Patras, U. of Edinburgh TITLE: "Making Sense of Mobile Network Traffic using Deep Learning"

When: Wednesday, 20 October 2021

Where: Zoom

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