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Mayor of Galway Hildegarde Naughton has called on Galway residents to make their views known on the future of traffic management in the city before the deadline for a public consultation which has been taking place for the past seven weeks. This is the last week of the city-wide transport survey, entitled ‘Galway Transport – Engage for a liveable city’, which seeks to promote public discourse on how to improve the city’s overburdened traffic systems. The survey will end on Saturday.
This week saw the launch of an initiative which aims to get Galway’s road users involved in a public discussion on traffic flow around the city. The programme, named ‘Galway Transport – Engage for a liveable city’, is seeking ideas and suggestions on how to improve Galway’s overburdened traffic systems.
Would you like to see the earliest computer ever made? Meet those who are at the forefront of internet development? Well you can because it is all part of the upcoming Galway Culture Night.
The seventh Reasoning Web Summer School, bringing together an international group of postgraduate students and renowned lecturers, which commenced this week at NUI Galway, will be followed next week by the fifth International Web Rules and Reasoning Conference. Both events are organised by the Digital Enterprise Research Institute (DERI) at NUI Galway.
NUIG’s contribution to Galway’s Bike Week Festival was a huge success with many opting to cycle to work as part of the university’s Cycle to Campus Day. Galway's Bike Week Festival runs from June 18 to 26 and this year the week was launched in Galway with a mass cycle, a bike village and many other events around the city. As part of NUI Galway's contribution to the festival, the green campus committee organised a university-wide Cycle to Campus Day yesterday.
To mark Galway’s Bike Week Festival, which runs from June 18 to 26, NUI Galway will be making its contribution with a university-wide Cycle to Campus Day.
A spin-out company from the Digital Enterprise Research Institute (DERI) at NUI Galway is bringing a new experience to music lovers.
An exhibition entitled Hidden Histories of Women in Computing has gone on display at the Digital Enterprise Research Institute (DERI) in NUI Galway. The exhibition highlights how, in spite of many obstacles, women have over the centuries made significant contributions to advances in communications and computer technologies.
One of the world’s leading international web science research institutes will showcase its research at NUI Galway on April 6. The Digital Enterprise Research Institute (DERI), based at the university, is a key player in the Government’s plan to transform Ireland into a competitive knowledge economy. Minister for Research and Innovation Sean Sherlock will give the keynote address at the event.
The only Irish Open Data Hackathon, co-hosted by the Digital Enterprise Research Institute (DERI) at NUI Galway and the Galway Community space 091 Labs, led to the creation of useful websites and software applications to improve citizens’ access to public data and services, and knowledge and understanding of the work of governments.