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One of Ireland’s biggest tech events is going virtual and global this year. The international line-up of expert speakers has been announced for the AtlanTec Festival 2020 which takes place online from the 18-22 May 2020.
This year’s GMIT Careers Fair, taking place on Monday, September 30, will have a futuristic element with Intel showcasing a peeper robot and Jaguar Land Rover exhibiting one of its high-tech vehicles.
We might call last weekend’s rugby a success, but I call it a qualified success, and I’ll explain that as I go on. Firstly, the women played a magnificent game and triumphed over Scotland. Likewise, the under 20 team had a significant win in their joust with Scotland. So now we come to the big one last Saturday, Ireland versus Scotland. I settled myself down to look at it, turned off my telephone and my email and decided I would wallow in what I hoped would be a victory.
Spiddal-based technology company CreVinn Teoranta is one of four companies recognised for ‘outstanding innovation’ by InterTradeIreland as part of its all-island innovation programme, FUSION.
A young Ballina student is to have an asteroid named after him after finishing in first place at the Intel ISEF in America this week.
Athlone Community College students secured first place at this year’s SciFest in the Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT) with their project ‘Is clean country air just a myth?’
Patricia Cahill from Bullaun, Loughrea, a third year student on the BEng software and electronic engineering programme at GMIT, has scooped an Intel Women in Technology Award for academic excellence. Ms Cahill was one of eight final year students from colleges around Ireland presented with this award at a special ceremony in Dublin recently.
Dell has been ranked as the best company to work for in Ireland, according to data released by job site, Indeed.
Louise Ni Chonghaile, from Carna, a fourth year student in the GMIT School of Engineering, has won a top national industry award for achieving a distinction in her Bachelor of Engineering degree in computer and electronic engineering (Level 7) last year.
MIT Technology Review has named Toyota one of the world’s smartest companies, placing the automaker among respected tech leaders like Amazon, Alphabet, and Facebook, and ahead of others such as Microsoft, IBM, and Intel.