Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival 2021

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As part of Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival 2021, CONFIRM Post-Docs and Ph.D. Students delivered a virtual event entitled “Rapid Fire Research”

The event featured seven 5 minute presentations from researchers in CONFIRM which aimed to enhance the audience’s awareness and understanding of a range of STEM topics from Robotic Vision Systems to Home Hydroponics.

A recording of the session can be viewed below.

The list of speakers along with the times they feature in the recording is as follow:

Zhen Su – Tyndall National Institute Cork (3:34)

Title: Curiosity – the Key for Lifelong Learning

Babar Imtiaz – Athlone Institute of Technology (9:29)

Title: Vision Systems in Industries

Michael O’ Sullivan – University of Limerick (15:03)

Title: Henry Ford VS Industry 4.0

Richard Murray – Tyndall National Institute Cork (21:41)

Title: Low environmental cost sensors; When disposable is okay

Ivan Guevara – University of Limerick (28:30)

Title: Finding Smart Robotic Drivers using Artificial Intelligence

Bhagyabati Moharana – Athlone Institute of Technology (34:08)

Title: Performing team activity through Virtual Reality Headset.

Qatada Damra – University of Limerick (39:47)

Title: The Simplest Guide to Home Hydroponics

Q&A Session 48:01

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