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									                      The School of Computer Science & Statistics at Trinity College is delighted to host:


                                         A Showcase of Taught MSc Dissertations
                                                                     In

                                            The O’Reilly Institute, Trinity College, Dublin 2

                                                                     On

                                                       Wednesday 15th September 2010

                                                                    From

                                                              3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
This event provides an opportunity for business, industry, the public sector and academia to link with graduates who are showcasing
 their research on four MSc programmes in the School of Computer Science and Statistics: Interactive Entertainment Technology;
 Mobile and Ubiquitous Computing; Networks and Distributed Systems; and Technology & Learning. It also offers an opportunity for
                    industry to interact with academics and researchers identifying possible future collaborations.

 Graduates on these programmes have gained experience with the latest tools and technologies and have been exposed to cutting-
edge research being conducted within the School. The nature of the work undertaken equips these graduates with transferable skills
  relevant to careers in the global technological industry. As part of their MSc studies, students undertake an individual research
    project leading to a submission of a dissertation of publishable standard. This dissertation reflects an independent piece of
   exploratory research which significantly contributes to the advancement of technology and involves design, development and
                                                              evaluation.

                                              Sample Dissertation titles for this event include:

         Non-invasive user modeling to support browsing behaviour reflection

         Hardware "in the loop" simulation of a managed motorway

         Broadphase Collision Detection on the CELL

         Sketch-based game interaction

         Integration of Ray-Tracing Methods into the Rasterisation Process

         Tool Support for Location-Aware Story-Driven Game

         Programming Motes for Avionics

         Investigating the Use of Vehicular Sensor Networks for Road Condition Monitoring

         Monitoring 3D camera rigs for film production on a Beagle board

         Environment Monitoring for Crisis Management

         SophieJS: Capturing users’ interest on the web

         The Promotion of User Acceptance and Technology Adoption of MUVEs for Learning in the Workplace

         Moving Schools: Using Forum Technology to enable a Peer-Mentored Element of a Transition Programme

         A scaffold for the novice to enhance perception of artworks when engaging in Art Criticism

         Using Algorithm Animation in Conjunction with the Socratic Method to Teach Distributed Programming
                                     The schedule for the day is as follows:


3:00p.m. - 3:40 p.m.

       Opening: Professor Veronica Campbell, Dean of Graduate Studies

       Outline of MSc. Programmes: Dr. Siobhan Clarke, Director of Postgraduate Teaching and Learning

       Keynote Speaker: Mr. Dave Gargan, Vice President of Engineering, Havok

       Student "fast-forward" comprising one minute presentations of selected student posters

3:45 p.m. - 5 p.m.

       Poster presentation and reception at which students, academics and industry interact.


                   rsvp by Monday 13th September to events@scss.tcd.ie / tel: 896 1735


Unfortunately car parking is not available on Campus. Car parking within the vicinity can be found via the following
link:



                             http://www.parkopedia.ie/parking/info/parking_in_dublin/359/


 An event run in collaboration with Trinity Research & Innovation and Careers Advisory Service at Trinity College

								
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