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Fourth-level

At fourth-level, Lero organises events and provides services for postgraduate students and researchers. Our goal is to make the Lero research experience a productive and fulfilling one and to provide the necessary resources to researchers.
 Lero PhD candidates Oisín Cawley-Lero@UL, Christin Groba-Lero@TCD and Murat Yilmaz-Lero@DCU will represent Lero at the Thesis-in-3 competition being held at 7:30 this Wednesday November 9th at the Mansion House in Dublin. They will present their research in 3 slides in 3 minutes. Everyone is welcome to come along and support our Lero candidates!  See http://www.clarity-centre.org/thesisin3/ for more details.
 
18th International Summer School in Novel Computing Kuopio, Finland, August 8 - 11, 2011
 
A Research Perspective on Software Engineering and Software Engineers. This course consists of 21 hours of lectures, starting at 1 pm on Monday, August 8, and ending at 4 pm on Thursday, August 11. The course is given by Dr Sarah Beecham and Dr John Noll, from Lero.
 
This course will be a mixture of lectures and interactive exercises and discussion. It will involve learning about many aspects of Software Engineering Research, from requirements to motivation, research methods, including some statistics too.
 
At fourth-level, the Lero Graduate School in Software Engineering (LGSSE) offers a four-year structured PhD programme provided jointly by four of the leading Irish Universities who are involved in Lero-Dublin City University (DCU), Trinity College Dublin (TCD), University College Dublin (UCD) and the University of Limerick (UL).
 
Check out the new MSc in Software Engineering and Entrepreneurship  launched jointly by Lero, CSIS and the Kemmy Business School. Closing date for applications is June 2011.
 
The Annual All-Ireland Dissertation Award in Information and Communication Technology in Association with the Royal Irish Academy sponsored and organised by the SFI ICT CSETs. The award is organised and sponsored by the Science Foundation Ireland-funded Centres for Science, Engineering and Technology (CSETs) in the ICT sector (DERI, CLARITY, CTVR, CNGL, and LERO) under the auspices of the Royal Irish Academy.