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Final Year Projects Expo Video

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Promotional Video taken at the DCU Faculty of Engineering and Computing Final Year Project Expo 2014

ComputeTY Promotional Video

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ComputeTY (for transition year students) takes place over a three week period between January and February each year with each school/individual attends for one week during this time.  The course structure is divided into three streams, Stream 1 - web design, Stream 2 - an introduction to programming and a brand new App development stream, Stream 3.  Students may do only one stream.  The overall content offers a broad range of computing skills from the creative aspects of user interface design in the Website and App developement to the programming logic of 'Mikey' the robot in the programming stream.

Faculty of Engineering and Computing Open Day 2011

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The School of Computing ran a successful and enjoyable event this year, with a strong turnout during the two Open Days. Friday was extremely busy with bus loads of students arriving and roaming the campus and Saturday there was a heavy presence of students and parents alike.

More specifically, our talks were full to capacity and we had to turn many students away. Approximately 450 students attended the talks and around 1,000+ students enjoyed the game activities in our labs. There was a great buzz around the School and everyone seemed enthusiastic and motivated in what we had to show them. Students particularly enjoyed the demo of CLARITY’s helicopter remote controlled by mobile phone and thanks to Redbrick and the Game Society for providing the fun each day including the busy game consoles. For more information on our degree courses contact Christine.stears@dcu.ie

President of DCU launches ‘CloudCORE’ the First Academic Cloud Research Centre in DCU

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The School of Computing, in conjunction with various collaborators are delighted to launch CloudCORE Research Group Centre in DCU.  Cloud Computing promises huge benefits to all users of Information Technology from individuals to the largest corporate users.

Cloud computing facilitates on-demand network access to a shared pool of computer resources (e.g., networks, servers, storage, applications, and services) in a fast and cost effective manner.

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