The Department of Computer Science Summer Camp for students aged 13-18 years will run for three weeks from 26 June - 14 July.
When: Monday, 26 June 2017
Our annual alumni gathering for 'culture vultures'! Don't miss our special 20th anniversary Alumni Summer Soirée on 8 June focused on Irish Film and the music behind it. Beginning with a wine reception at 7pm, invite a friend and enjoy the start of summer back at your alma mater.
When: Thursday, 08 June 2017
'Challenges from automated reasoning and verification' by Rosemary Monahan, Department of Computer Science.
When: Friday, 05 May 2017
'Rubik's redux' by Charles Markham, Department of Computer Science.
When: Friday, 28 April 2017
Maynooth University Dept. of Computer Science hosting the International Bebras Challenge in Computational Thinking
Dept. of Computer Science hosting the International Bebras Callenge in Computational Thinking
When: Saturday, 22 April 2017
'Isomorphic Democracy' by Tom Dowling, Department of Computer Science.
When: Thursday, 13 April 2017
What do finger movements reveal about how the brain reads braille? Barry Hughes, School of Psychology, University of Auckland
Computational models of print reading by the sighted rely on precise, high-resolution recordings of the rapid eye movements and the brief fixations that readers make when encountering text of differing degrees of complexity or ambiguity. These models, in turn, can better inform the teaching of reading and the diagnosis of reading difficulties. What about braille? Couldn’t the same development enable us to understand --computationally and cognitively—how the brain reads braille?
When: Monday, 10 April 2017
'Why I don't believe in Maths' by Phil Maguire, Department of Computer Science.
When: Friday, 07 April 2017
Foundations of CS Seminar Series - 'From Euclid to Knuth-Bendix: Gröbner bases for the working computer scientist'
'From Euclid to Knuth-Bendix: Gröbner bases for the working computer scientist' by James Power, Department of Computer Science.
When: Friday, 31 March 2017
In high level robotics control it very convenient to focus on programming and control aspects rather than low level devices like sensors, actuators etc. The middleware Player gives the ability to program a robot in simple way, without the need for knowledge about the low level mechanical or electronic implementation.
When: Wednesday, 29 March 2017