IT in the Humanities Eleventh Annual Conference

IT building, IT125 & IT204

Date & Time
7th April, 2014 @ 09:30:00

IT in the Humanities Eleventh Annual Conference

IT building, NUI, Galway, Monday, 7th April 2014

9:30 Welcome IT125

9:40 – 11:10 IT125

9:40 – 11:10 IT204

Roddy Burns: Technology development of free language translation

Evan Flaherty*: Digital camera use in public places –invading privacy?

Tomas Malone: The preservation of languages through digitisation

Richard McKinley: Smartphone security: is the cloud the answer?

Aoife Phelan: Social media and television

Eoin Reilly: The impact of the internet on mobile phone operators

Karen Dobson: Human computer interaction and social media websites

Seamus Conroy: Cyber-warfare: Beyond Ethical Boundaries

Thomas Keehan: Online safety and social networking

Alan Forde: Cyberforensics and digital evidence

Jane Holland: Communication overload: nowhere to hide?

Marie Fahey: Wearable technology

Lorraine Togher: The representation of women online

Emer Guinane: Social media for marketing

Thomas Devery: Speech synthesis

Josh Allen: Chess algorithms


11:30 – 1:20 IT125

11:30 – 1:20 IT204

Ciaran Foley: Being rural in an information society

Killian Geaney: Technology for the gifted achiever

Leanne ODowd: How internet and gaming affects lives

Daniel Bostrom: Machine Learning

Manus Mc Comhaill: Biometrics

Dominic Burke: Animal conservation techniques

Dominic Falvery: Autonomous cars

Dermot Dunne: Technology and food production

Michael Mc Cormick: 3D printed firearms

Grainne Bhreathnach: The relationship between social media and social anxiety

Eimear Daly: Bitcoin as a digital currency

Brian Conneely: Anonymous internet marketplaces

Nicholas O Fegan: Gamification

Deirdre Walsh: Second life: second personality?

Alan Mulkerrins: IT in diagnostic & intervention for medical imaging

Christopher Kelly: Technology in flood control in Ireland

Barry Quigg: The progression of the computing world

Niamh Briscoe: Technology for alternative energy

Brian Murphy: IT in marketing for business organizations

*as gaeilge

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