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  • Professor Mike Hinchey, director, Lero, the Irish Software Research Centre, welcomes Brenda Romero to the organisation. Photo Sean Curtin Brenda Romero to develop Master’s in Games Design at Limerick and support Ireland’s games industry Internationally renowned game designer Brenda Romero has be Read more..
  • Pictured at a Coding exploration day at the Intel Ireland Campus in Leixlip for the first group of 50 teachers who will teach the subject at Junior Cycle level See more information here.
  • Europe Startup Week event hears that funding should not put off  SMEs accessing world class research   Small firms and startups should not be put off accessing research through universities due to financial barriers. This was stated today (Monday) by Joe Gibbs, business commerci Read more..
  • The introduction of computer coding courses for secondary schools has received a boost following the announcement of a collaborative initiative between Intel Ireland, Lero – The Irish Software Research Centre – and Junior Cycle for Teachers (JCT) which was launched last week in the University of Lim Read more..
  • Prof Mike Hinchey gave a Distinguished Lecture at INESC-ID, University of Lisbon in December. The INESC-ID Distinguished Lecture Series is designed to bring to the institute outstanding scientists, academics or practitioners to share their vision, and present their groundbreaking work. The series a Read more..
  • Brian Fitzgerald has been awarded the inaugural Sandra Slaughter Award by the Association of Information Systems (AIS). This award recognizes long standing members who have provided leadership within the Association, particularly through such activities as participating in the SIGs/chapters/college Read more..
  • 90 software PhDs and 46 postdoctoral researchers to be developed at Lero over next six years Boosts infrastructure for FDI and indigenous tech firms Ireland “can be global centre for software research”   Ms Jan O’Sullivan TD, Minister for Education and Skills, today forma Read more..
  • Lero members Fayola Peters, Solomon Gizaw, Anila Mjeda, Frederik Gossen and Clare McInerney ran Technology Workshops on Monday and Wednesday November 9th and 11th for Science Week. The visiting primary school children played with Lego WeDo, Lego Mindstorms, NAO Robot, Scratch, LightBot and 3D visual Read more..
  • Quentin and Takfarinas won the third prize at the biggest Blockchain Hackathon (https://blockchain-hackathon.com/) in Europe which happened in Dublin between the 6th and 8th November with a project called "Open Charity", a safe, decentralized system allowing to issue IOUs ("I Owe You" tokens) f Read more..
  • To mark the 20th annual Science Week, which takes place from the 8th – 15th November, An Taoiseach Enda Kenny, T.D. attended a showcase of Irish science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) at Government Buildings on Thursday Nov 5th. The event provided an insight into the inspirational and i Read more..

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