Research Week 2020 - Table of Events

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Monday 19 October

 

Event

11am - 12pm   Data Science in the Covid era Hamilton Institute Talks
12noon - 1pm   HEAnet with ICHEC ‘An introduction to ICHEC and HEAnet services for Researchers’
2pm - 3pm   Open Journal Systems - Creating and running a peer-reviewed journal and Plan S compliance  
3pm - 3.30pm   Open Journal Project - Journal of Military History and Defence Studies
3.30pm - 4pm   Research Collections in a time of COVID
4pm - 5pm   An introduction to the OpenStreetMap project
National Research Integrity Events:   National Academic Integrity Week 2020
     

Tuesday 20 October

 

 

10.30am - 11am   Publishing your research open access - the options
11am - 1pm   Webinar for Supervisors: Supervising Research Students Flexibly
12pm - 12.30pm   The importance of having an ORCID ID - create a unique digital identity, control your scholarly profile, and promote your research
1.30pm - 2pm   Establishing new open access publishing partnerships: Maynooth University and Dancecult
2pm - 2.30pm   Open Access Publisher Agreements in MU
3pm- 4pm    Ensuring knowledge belongs in the commons: the importance of open access 
7.30pm   Doireann Ní Ghríofa – ‘Chasing the Ghost in My Throat’
     

Wednesday 21 October

   
10am – 11am     RTE Brainstorm Workshop 
11.30am - 12.45pm   3MT 3 Minute Thesis Competition
2pm   Virtual Undergraduate Research Symposium - Opening Ceremony 
3pm   Sustainable & Healthy Cities for the Future
7.30pm   Laura Tunbridge – ‘Beethoven with 2020 Vision’
     

Thursday 22 October

   
10am - 10.45am   Patient and Public Involvement in Research, A case study
11am - 12.30pm   MaynoothSparks:  Postdoctoral and Fellowship Research @MU and the Climate Crisis
11am   Extremum seeking control for wave energy systems
2pm - 3 pm    Research Professional Training Session: Online live demonstration (MS Teams)
3pm - 4pm   IT Services, support for researchers – where we can help and where we can’t!
7.30pm   Kevin Hjortshøj O’Rourke – ‘Brexit in Historical Perspective’
     

Friday 23 October

   
10am- 11am   School of Business Research Seminar Series 2020-2021