Keynote Speakers

Prof. John Barry

Prof. John Barry

‘Education in turbulent times: Navigating the transition from un-sustainability’

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Dr. Therese Hume

Dr. Therese Hume

Education in turbulent times: Navigating the transition from un-sustainability

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Prof. Michael Narodoslawsky

Prof. Michael Narodoslawsky

‘Sustainable solutions – From technology centred to community centred’

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Sorcha Ní Mhuimhneacháin

Sorcha Ní Mhuimhneacháin

“Activism in Engineering”, The importance of elevating the ideas of young idealistic engineers as well as the value of modern activist culture.

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Brendan Tuohy

Brendan Tuohy

‘An Bradán Feasa (The Salmon of Knowledge) and its relevance to Engineering Education’

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Dr. Michelle K. Marincel

Dr. Michelle K. Marincel

Enabling students and communities to flourish: the importance of entrepreneurship, empathy and diversity in humanitarian engineering

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Dr. Wayne T. Padgett

Dr. Wayne T. Padgett

Enabling students and communities to flourish: the importance of entrepreneurship, empathy and diversity in humanitarian engineering

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