A Maynooth University computer scientist is one of the leaders of a team which has made a significant breakthrough in the emerging field of molecular computing by using DNA to develop a multi-purpose, reprogrammable molecular computer. Professor Damien Woods, who completed his PhD at Maynooth University in 2005 and recently joined the University’s academic staff, is joint lead author of the study
Date: Thursday, 21 March 2019
Ethan Walker awarded 1st place- BT Young Scientist 2019.
Date: Friday, 15 March 2019
Maynooth University and Intel Ireland sign Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) creating strategic research and innovation partnership
Building on already strong relationships between Intel and Maynooth, the MoU will establish a more comprehensive and structured format for creative collaborations in key areas of research.
Date: Tuesday, 05 March 2019
Dr John Ghent, co-founder and CEO of data protection firm Sytorus discusses how his company helps firms to manage their personal data in a post-GDPR world
Date: Thursday, 07 February 2019
Applications for Erasmus Mundus Joint MSc in Advanced Systems Dependability are now being accepted
Date: Tuesday, 20 November 2018
Chinese students will graduate with degrees in computer science, engineering and robotics from Maynooth University in landmark collaboration.
Date: Tuesday, 23 October 2018
This workshop on Controlled Natural Language (CNL) has a broad scope and embraces all approaches that are based on natural language and apply restrictions on vocabulary, grammar, and/or semantics. This includes (but is certainly not limited to) approaches that have been called simplified language, plain language, formalized language, processable language, fragments of language, phraseologies, conceptual authoring, language generation, and guided natural language interfaces.
Date: Wednesday, 15 August 2018
Applications are invited for a PhD Studentship in Computer Vision for Autonomous Vehicles in the Computer Vision Group at Maynooth University Department of Computer Science. The position is fully funded for 4 years through Lero – the Irish Software Research Centre (www.lero.ie) as part of a 4 year collaborative project with a Tier 1 supplier of automotive vision systems and includes a competitive stipend, PhD fees (EU level), a generous travel allowance, and funding for associated hardware and software (as part of the wider project). Applications deadline: 10th August 2018.
Date: Monday, 23 July 2018
Maynooth University Computer Science Postgraduate Teaching Studentship
Date: Friday, 25 May 2018
Tabharfaidh Páirtíocht Drón de chuid U-Flyte aghaidh ar an tsáinn dhomhanda a sheasann roimh oibríocht drón a fhorbairt
Date: Monday, 26 March 2018