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Podcast by Sean John

Episódios

  • EPISODE 5: “From the River Elbe to Bull Island”

    EPISODE 5: “From the River Elbe to Bull Island”

    15/04/2020 Duração: 45min

    TriPod Trinity Research & Innovation Podcast: EPISODE 5: Professor Iris Moeller (Geography Department, Trinity College Dublin) “From the River Elbe to Bull Island” How a chance fishing trip on a German river led to lifetime of research in changing coastal dynamics, flood risks and climate change. The interaction between human society and the dynamic environment. For further details on Professor Moeller’s research,at: www.tcd.ie/Geography/people/staff/irismoeller/

  • Episode 4: “From Philosophy to Democratising Social Media Systems.”

    Episode 4: “From Philosophy to Democratising Social Media Systems.”

    03/04/2020 Duração: 41min

    Dr. Kevin Koidl (School of Computer Science & Statistics, Trinity College Dublin) “From Philosophy to Democratising Social Media Systems.” Creating balance and trust. Giving the individual more control over their own social media data. Trinity is one of the key partners working on the EU funded HELIOS project aimed at creating a decentralised social media framework, see: http://helios-social.eu/blog/

  • TriPod: Episode 3: The Racoon and the White Hat Hackers!

    TriPod: Episode 3: The Racoon and the White Hat Hackers!

    28/03/2020 Duração: 44min

    EPISODE 3: Kieran Fraser, PhD candidate (The ADAPT Centre, Computer Science, Trinity College Dublin) “The Racoon and the White Hat Hackers!” Pinged once too often today? The start-up Empushy aims to add a layer of empathy to push-notifications to help maximise engagement while protecting the end user. For more information see: www.empushy.com

  • Tripod Episode 2: Pharmacovigilance

    Tripod Episode 2: Pharmacovigilance

    20/03/2020 Duração: 36min

    EPISODE 2: Dr. Nicola Baker (Computer Science, Trinity College Dublin) “Making Clinical Drugs Safer through use of AI”. Protecting the patient through linking Pharmacovigilance with Computer Science. Using artificial intelligence to search medical literature, practice, and real world data around the safety of clinical drug use. See: www.biologit.com

  • Episode 1: Prof. Stephen Barrett: Is Software Coding an Art?

    Episode 1: Prof. Stephen Barrett: "Is Software Coding an Art?"

    13/03/2020 Duração: 52min

    EPISODE 1: Professor Stephen Barrett (School of Computer Science & Statistics, Trinity College Dublin) “Is Software Coding an Art?” From research to commercial start-up, the story of Devnostics, a cloud-based platform. It examines code with the aim of identifying patterns and insights in computer engineering, in order to improve best practice. Further information on the platform is also available at: www.devnostics.com

  • Introductory Trailer to TriPod: Trinity Research  Innovation Podcast

    Introductory Trailer to TriPod: Trinity Research & Innovation Podcast

    03/03/2020 Duração: 08min

    A new way to discover the exciting stories of innovation and deep tech coming from researchers in Trinity College, Dublin One podcast episode released each week for 5 weeks, providing entertaining and hopefully enlightening discussion with top scientists from a diverse range of research topics. We are not about dumbing down technology but communicating ideas and tech innovation that is creating real social and economic impact for Ireland. Featuring "live " from the bunker in the bowels of the Lloyd Institute our resident "talking heads" Glen Duggan ( PhD Graduate Psychology) , Edward O'Loughlin (MBA Candidate) , and John Whelan ( Office of Coporate Partnership and Knowledge Exchange). The Music is "Slow Miles - Fairlights" and is composed and performed by Enda Bates , Assistant Professor of Music & Media Technologies in the School of Engineering. http://www.tcd.ie/innovation

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