Love Research Week 2018
Monday 12th March
Launch of Love Research Week 2018 & Open Scholarship Panel (9am, Science Gallery, Dublin)
Register to Attend HERE!
Join us for a networking breakfast at 9am in the Science Gallery, which will be followed by a panel discussion covering Open Scholarship Chaired by Niamh Brennan. The Dean of Research will launch the week at 10am in the Science Gallery.
2. Launch of College Green Arts & Humanities Journal (7pm, Senior Common Room)
Join us in the wonderful setting that is the Senior Common Room on Monday night to celebrate the launch of College Green. Beginning at 7pm, with this panel of speakers it is an event not to be missed (speakers include: Professor Carlo Gébler; Ireland’s Professor of poetry Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin; and visual artist Joe Caslin).
Tuesday 13th March
Research Survey Workshop with Survey Monkey (10am, IT Services Training Room, 200 Pearse St)
Have some empirical research coming up? Want to know how to use survey monkey in your research? Sign up to this free workshop offered by IT Services. Please book your place here as spaces are limited! Facilitated by Clair Battle
Code Rush 2.0 (1pm, Computer Science ICT Hut, near Hamilton building)
Competition for pairs of Coders provided a set of coding problems and the team that solves it the quickest wins the round. The Competition will be knock out after each round and there will be a grand finale for the last two teams. For more info please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
There is a cash prize of €100 for the winning team!
Ratification of UNCRPD - What does it mean for you? (3pm, Maxwell Lecture Theatre, Hamilton Building)
Join us for this panel discussion which explores the implications of Ireland's ratification of the convention for rights of people with disabilities. For more info, please contact email@example.com
TCD Multidisciplinary Research (Poster) Showcase (5pm, Knowledge Exchange, TBSI)
In collaboration with the Dean of Research, we have organised the fourth edition of the annual Multidisciplinary Research Poster Showcase. During the evening, guests, staff, academics and students will be invited to walk through the Knowledge Exchange (TBSI) and discuss research projects, portrayed through visually dynamic posters. The Dean of Research Awards will be presented to two presenters, carrying a prize money of €200 each.
Wednesday 14th March
GDPR and Your Research - Implications for researchers from May onwards (10am, North Training Room, BLU Library)
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into effect in May 2018 and will impose new obligations on Organisations that process personal data in the EU. By harmonizing privacy legislation in the EU whilst also excluding some scientific and research areas, GDPR seeks to reconcile sometimes competing principles of privacy and innovation. What does this mean for you as a researcher? Come along to find out and hear about what you need to do to be GDPR compliant from May onwards. Facilitated by Jennifer Ryan (Data Protection Officer TCD).
Data Management Plans for your Research (11am, North Training Room, BLU Library)
This is a workshop to equip attendees with data management knowledge and skills and linked to the earlier presentation on GDPR; ensuring as a researcher your handling of data is in line with best practice will be important in order to remain on the right side of GDPR regulations. This workshop should equip you with the knowledge of how to do so. Facilitated by Geoff Bradley.
Writing your research impact case study (12pm, North Training Room, BLU Library)
Maximising your citations and research for impact as an early career researcher is crucial for advancing in your career and development. Chances are your research has benefited the real world and this session will equip you with the know-how required to represent this in a measurable way. Facilitated by Niamh Brennan.
Launch of the Trinity Postgraduate Review Journal (4pm, Regent House)
Join us for the launch of Volume XVII of Trinity Postgraduate Review, which sees the publication of a new volume of original, exciting Multidisciplinary research from postgraduate students here in Trinity and in other institutions abroad. This year's journal contains work across a range of disciplines all responding to the theme of 'Knowledge and Society'. We will be hearing from a selection of this year's contributors who are going to give brief talks on their work in the journal, after which we will be having refreshments and handing out copies of Volume XVII.
Thursday 15 - Friday 16th March
1. International Postgraduate Research Conference (TBSI & Science Gallery)
The main theme of the conference is ‘knowledge and memory’ with each individual research theme relating back to this. The purpose of the main theme is to allow enough room for early career researchers to explore the various sessions in a way which does not restrict research works to one discipline. The breadth of presentations received successfully achieved this objective
In line with our University’s vision of being an Institution of global consequence, this conference seeks to realise the potential of our early career researchers as part of our college and global community whilst also furthering our understanding of key issues in society. This event also seeks to address some of the critical questions that have been raised, as part of technological developments and developments in the 21st century.
The following key pillars/research themes will be explored in inference sessions:
1. Foundations to Future Innovation
2. Human Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
3. Cultural Reflection and Transformation of Identity
4. The Longevity Dividend
In addition to this, we will have complimentary sessions which further explore the themes outlined, as well as a panel discussion on the ‘The future of Research in Europe’ where we will be joined by the President of EuroDoc, Gareth O’Neill as well as a panel of experts. We are further delighted to receive a keynote address from Prof Patrick Walsh who will explore the links between research funding under FP9 and the sustainable development goals. The conference will be launched by Professor Chris Morash the current Vice Provost of Trinity College Dublin at 5.30pm on March 15th.
A variety of social activities which will introduce attendees to the history of Dublin, and indeed the history of Trinity College are provided for. More info available at www.ipgrc.com
Below is the most recent Conference Welcome Booklet
2. Thesis in 3 - Trinity Research Themes
Trinity Research Themes: Thesis-in-Three, hosted by the Graduate Student’s Union.
This event brings together members of the GSU from disparate disciplines to foster collaborative work amongst graduate students, in particular relating to the College Research Themes, including Making Ireland, Identities in Transformation, Digital Humanities, Manuscripts, Books and Print Cultures and Environmental Humanities.
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: The structure of the presentations should be a four minute presentation, with a maximum of three slides. The only stipulation is that the final slide describes how your research relates to one or more of the College’s Research Themes or where there is scope for future collaboration. The presentations will be followed by a discussion.
The winning presentation will receive €100!
More info is available here too: http://www.tcd.ie/trinitylongroomhub/whats-on/details/event.php?eventid=127033901
Afterwards, please come along to the opening of the 2nd International Trinity Postgraduate Conference, which will be launched at 5pm.