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RTÉ archives announced an ambitious collaboration with the newly announced SFI “Big Data” Research Centre called INSIGHT and the Digital Repository of Ireland (DRI), which will be carried out in DERI (NUI Galway) at INSIGHT, to develop an innovative semantic content discovery platform to open up the treasures of the RTÉ Archives.
A study of the decision making processes which fuel changes to Wikipedia content is currently underway at the Digital Enterprise Research Institute (DERI) in NUI Galway.
NUI Galway’s Digital Enterprise Research Institute is helping Galway Simon Community to raise funds in a fun, and innovative way. The two organisations have teamed up to organise a pirate treasure hunt with a difference for the Volvo Ocean Race finale in Galway, 30 June – 8 July.
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.
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.
In a unique charitable event laptop computers, donated by Galway businesses and educational institutions, will be carried overland from Germany to the Middle East in a rally car driven by NUI Galway postgraduate researcher Armin Haller before being donated to a school in Jordan.
The Galway Education Centre and the Digital Enterprise Research Institute (DERI) at NUI Galway have joined forces to run computer courses for local retired teachers.