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17th International Symposium on Formal Methods

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Event Details: Hosted by Lero – The Irish Software Engineering Research Centre headquartered at the University of Limerick,  FM 2011 is the seventeenth in a series of symposia organized by Formal Methods Europe, an independent association whose aim is to stimulate the use of, and research on, formal methods for software development. The symposia have been notably successful in bringing together innovators and practitioners in precise mathematical methods for software and systems development, industrial users as well as researchers.

Mathematics Entrance Exam

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Event Details: This examination is for students who achieve sufficient CAO entry points and satisfy all other entrance requirements, but who do not achieve the requisite grade in Mathematics in the Leaving Certificate for Faculty of Science and Engineering undergraduate degrees. Candidates who pass this special examination are deemed to have satisfied the Mathematics entry requirement.  It will be corrected on a pass/fail basis and no additional points will be awarded.

Cybercamp 2011

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Event Details: The aim of Cybercamp is to give students the opportunity to learn, use and experience new technology in a fun and engaging way. During the camp, students will work in teams to build their own games, animations and music projects, build their own websites, construct and program robots and solve problems.
Contact: nuala.kitson@ul.ie
Ph 061 213456
www.csis.ul.ie/cybercamp

 

The International Association of Physical Education in Higher Education (AIESEP) 2011 Conference

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Event Details: AIESEP is a major, international conference which this year will explore the theme “Moving People, Moving Forward”.  This year’s conference will involve an opportunity to hear and discuss the latest research on youth sport and talent development, the social cultural and economic impact of sport and PA, coaching and coach and teacher education, and best practices in engaging people in physically active lifestyles as well as discussions of international initiatives and public policies for engaging an active public in sport and physical activity.

Summer Camp – Department of Nursing & Midwifery

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Event Details: The Department of Nursing and Midwifery at the University of Limerick is hosting its first 2 day Summer Camp in June 2011. The camp is open to post junior certificate, transition year and fifth year students.

The Nursing and Midwifery Summer Camp offers students an opportunity to:

The Graduate School - Lunchtime Workshops for Postgraduate Research Students

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Course A:  File Management/File Encryption

Tuesday 24th May
12:50pm-2:15pm
Large ITD Training Room GLO-009

  • Encryption is the process of converting data into a format that cannot be read by others
  • You can encrypt files of any type, including Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents. It protects information against being viewed or modified without your authorization.

Course B: Getting the most from Outlook

Launch of The Ogham Stone Literary Journal

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The Ogham Stone is a literary journal produced by the MA in English class of the School of Languages, Literature, Culture and Communication. The launch will feature poetry and prose readings by journal contributors. All are welcome. The journal and launch are supported by the School of Languages, Literature, Culture and Communication, and the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences.

Blas Summer School of Irish Traditional Music

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The 15th annual Blas Summer School of Irish Traditional Music and Dance takes place in the Irish World Academy at the University of Limerick from June 20th - July 1st 2011.

Poetry Reading by Graham Allen

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Graham Allen is Professor at University College Cork, Ireland. Nominated for the Crashaw Prize, The One That Got Away is his debut poetry collection, published this year by New Binary Press. His poems have previously been published in Southword; Other Poetry; The Stinging Fly; The Rialto; Poetry Ireland Review; Revival; La Questione Romantica; The Shop; Theory and Event; Cultural Politics; Transmission Annual; Cyphers.

Conversations@SAUL: 'Eco Not Techno: Science Fiction\\\'s (Re) Presentations of Nature'

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We will begin with looking at science fiction as a modern art form creative that can deliver critical and creative outlooks on the world that generate thought experiments that respond to problems and possibilities in the present day.  We will then talk about how we humans think about our relationship with nature, as we work between two extremes wherein the first positions humans as dominant over nature and the second includes humanity as part of nature (although a self-aware part).