Pharos University in Alexandria (PUA), Egypt, an international academic partner of TU Dublin, organised the Fifth International Conference on Business Innovation & Economic Sustainability Challenges in its campus on April 17th, 2019.
Two exciting research opportunities are now open at the College of Business with the project "Brexit Implication for Irish Freight, Logistics and Transportation". The project will assess potential post-Brexit implications for the logistics and transportation sector and the impact on movements of goods between Ireland, the other EU Member States, or the United Kingdom.
Dr Anushree Priyadarshini from the School of Accounting and Finance is part of the project ‘EXCEL-ALGAE’ with UCD School of Agriculture and Food Science, selected as one of the five projects in Europe for the Enhance MicroAlgae Acceleration Programme.
Pictured: Left to Right: Aidan Flynn, General Manager FTA Ireland; Declan Allen, Assist Head, School of Management; Dr Katrina Lawlor Dean, College of Business; Professor David Fitzpatrick, President TU Dublin; Edward Tersmette, policy officer, European Commission, Secretariat General, Structural Reforms Support Service (SRSS); Martin Diskin, Road Transport and Freight Policy Division, DTTAS; Dr Deirdre McQuillan, Head of Research, College of Business; Dr Amr Mahfouz , Lecturer and Project Manager, School of Management; Paul O’Reilly Head, School of Management
Dr Roisin Vize from the School of Marketing at DIT College of Business is the recipient of the college award from DIT Hothouse Discovery Fund. The competitive funding stream was established to support innovative early stage research that has significant impact potential.
The RTE Radio 1 programme Brainstorm on Sunday, 9 December at 6pm will feature an interview with Alacoque McAlpine, Lecturer and PhD researcher in Supply Chain Management in the School of Marketing at DIT.
DIT PhD student Kisito Futonge Nzembezie and DIT Lecturer Dr Anthony Buckley won a 'Best Paper' award for their research on digital entrepreneurship at the Institute of Small Business and Entrepreneurship (ISBE) conference in Birmingham, UK.
Pictured: Matt Harvey, Invest Liverpool/Liverpool City Council, Roger McKinley, Research and Innovation Manager, FACT, Alastair Eilbeck, Creative Consultant at Amaze/Researcher at Uni of Liverpool, Alex Gibson, School of Marketing, College of Business, Jamie Cudden, Dublin City Council, Peter Woodbridge, Liverpool John Moores University/Immersive Liverpool/Immersive Storylab and Andy Cooper, Draw and Code
Professor Tom Cooney, Director of the Institute for Minority Entrepreneurship at DIT, leads the DIT participation in DiasporaLink, an international project that has been funded under the European Commission Horizon 2020 programme.