Events

RTE Brainstorm Workshop

RTE Brainstorm Workshop

When: Thursday, 21 October 2021

Where: Online

Maths Week at Maynooth University – ‘Do statisticians have superpowers?’

Maths Week at Maynooth University – ‘Do statisticians have superpowers?’ 10am-11am Thursday 21 October (Online – Zoom).

When: Thursday, 21 October 2021

Where: Zoom

Online panel discussion on diversity in research and 'Picture A Scientist'

The MU EDI Office will host a panel discussion focused on diversity in research and the documentary Picture a Scientist. The panel will be moderated by the Vice-President for Equality and Diversity, Dr Gemma Irvine. The panel discussion on 21 October will be centred around the following questions: · Why is diversity in research important? · What positive actions can we as a community take to improve diversity in research? · How do we address bias in research? · How do we ensure that women and minorities don’t have to carry the burden of making research more fair?

When: Thursday, 21 October 2021

Where: Online

Library Talk - Open Access Publishing in MU; Hugh Murphy, Head of Collections and Content, MU Library and Ruth O'Hara, Collections and Content, MU Library

This presentation will look at the importance and benefits of publishing open access.

When: Thursday, 21 October 2021

Where: Online

From Pitch to Publication: Writing a book in the field of Library & Information Science

Lunchtime session as part of University Research Week

When: Thursday, 21 October 2021

Where:

Library Talk - From Pitch to Publication: Writing a book in the field of Library & Information Science

In this lunchtime session, hosted by Maynooth University Library as part of Research Week, Claire Sewell author of The No-Nonsense Guide to Research Support and Scholarly Communication and Dr Claire McGuinness author of The Academic Teaching Librarian's Handbook, will share their recent experiences of the writing and publishing process.

When: Thursday, 21 October 2021

Where: Online

Third Workshop on Formal Methods for Autonomous Systems (FMAS 2021)

FMAS is an academic workshop presenting current research in applying Formal Methods to Autonomous Systems. FMAS 2021 will run over two days on the 21st and 22nd of October 2021.

When: Thursday, 21 October 2021 to Friday, 22 October 2021

Where: Online

MaynoothSparks: A new normal? Research in the post-Covid world

A series of brief talks from MU academics and researchers about how research has changed in the aftermath of the pandemic.

When: Thursday, 21 October 2021

Where: Online

Waking the Hirschfeld: an Oral History and Archival Study of a Dublin LGBTQ Centre

Dr. Páraic Kerrigan (UCD) and Prof. Maria Pramaggiore (MU) present their current research project, which combines oral history and archival research in order to re-discover the rich history of an LGBTQ community resource which operated from 1979-1987.

When: Friday, 22 October 2021

Where: Online

Library Talk-E-Legal Deposit Briefing; Honora Faul, Assistant Keeper (Published Collections) National Library of Ireland & Dr. Christoph Schmidt-Supprian, Acting Keeper (Collection Management)The Library of Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin

Irish Legislation extending legal deposit to digital publications was commenced in December 2019 - Copyright and Other Intellectual Property Law Provisions Act 2019: Amendment of section 198 of Principal Act.  

When: Friday, 22 October 2021

Where: Online

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