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UCD PhD Research Symposium

UCD PhD Research Symposium

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May 18, 2009
from 09:00 AM to 05:00 PM


UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School

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The symposium will provide PhD students with an opportunity to present their research and to obtain feedback in a friendly and co-operative environment. It will also provide an opportunity to show-case the rich variety of research that is being undertaken by various researchers and PhD students.

It is envisaged that various streams would be organised. One such stream might be for early stage researchers who are in their first or second years and who are about to begin their fieldwork or who might have undertaken a preliminary analysis of their data or research findings. Other streams might be organised around disciplines or broad areas of business/management or finance research. Such streams might suit students who are in their third or fourth years and who are well advanced in their research.

Presentations would be for 20 minutes or so and would be followed by a question and answer session.

Panel C: Information, Communication Technologies and Organisation

Room 1 and 2, Management House:

  Chair: Tony Brabazon
  Discussant: Seamus Kelly

  1.00 Peadar O’Scolai  A New Theory of Materiality – Velocity of Innovation and Diffusion in Neurology
  1.15 Paula Carroll    An Investigation of the Ring Spur Assignment Problem
  1.30 Michael Phelan   An Evolving Multi-Echelon Supply Chain Ordering Policies using 
                        Biologically inspired grammar based meta heuristics
  1.45 PJ Wall          Distributed Participatory Design Processes in Open Source Health 
                        Information Systems - The Case of the Health Information Systems Programme (HISP)
  2.15 -2.30            Discussion and Comment. Coffee will be available at this time

Contact Joy O'Hora for information on the other panel streams and sessions.

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