Join us on the Maynooth University campus on Friday/Saturday 24th-25th November 2023 for our Open Days. Free bus links to Saturday's Open Day.
When: Friday, 24 November 2023
Join us in the Eolas Building 003/4/5, North Campus to hear from the team at UNUM Ireland, one of fastest expanding Technology Centres in the region. Part of a large US Multinational providing solutions to over 41 million people globally.
When: Thursday, 23 February 2023
When: Friday, 18 November 2022
Department of Computer Science Research Postgraduate Poster Session
When: Thursday, 27 October 2022
How can AI work for the Circular Economy?
When: Wednesday, 26 October 2022
Intel Woman in Technology Scholarship 2022/23 - Open for applications.
When: Monday, 10 October 2022
'Why geography and location are so important in today's digital world – linking Geography, Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence'
Where we live, where we work, where we currently are, where we are going to, where we are coming from and where we would like to go are all very important geographical aspects of our everyday life. Every day we all interact with the world around us through our smartphones, smart devices and computers. This might be: geotagging an Instagram or social media photograph/post, finding where the nearest cafe is, looking up the time for the next bus or train, finding the quickest route to the airport, the weather for tomorrow, and so on. How do all of these really great features of today's digital technologies actually work? By combining Geography, Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence we can explore, interact, and see the world in ways that would have been unimaginable ten, twenty or thirty years ago.
When: Thursday, 24 March 2022
Register now for MU's Virtual Postgraduate Open Day
When: Tuesday, 08 March 2022
This Computational Thinking Science Week event is intended for secondary school students. Together, we will solve six secondary school level Bebras computational thinking tasks via Zoom. The event will start at 9:45 and last for 90 minutes. During each 15 minute interval we will solve a new task, giving time for discussion and feedback from participants. Teachers/classes can join in for any part, or all, of the 90 minutes. Teachers/classes can participate using the chat function in Zoom.
When: Wednesday, 10 November 2021
Introductory Coding for Creatives: Using Scalable Vector Graphics (SVGs) to make Emoji and Cartoon Characters
This workshop (Live Streamed to YouTube) will introduce participants to the world of vector graphics and explain the basics of creating emoticons (emoji) and simple cartoon characters (ghosts) using Scalable Vector Graphics (SVGs). BOOKING FORM
When: Monday, 18 October 2021