Joe Kiniry is on the Program Committee of IFM 2008.
Joe Kiniry is on the Program Committee of AFM 2008.
Joe Kiniry is traveling to conferences and visiting collaborators during the month of July. In particular, he is speaking at ICECCS in Auckland, New Zealand, visiting the University of Melbourne in Australia where he will be giving an invited talk and discussing research collaboration opportunities, visiting the University of Newcastle to work on a new grant proposal, and participating in the Schloss Dagstuhl seminar "Frontiers of Electronic Voting".
Joe Kiniry's paper, "Formally Counting Electronic Votes (But Still Only Trusting Paper)", has been accepted at ICECCS 2007.
Joe Kiniry has been invited to join the programme committee for the IFIP Working Conference VSTTE'08 to be held during the 6th-9th of October 2008 in Toronto, Canada.
We have several open positions available, including two Ph.D. student positions and a research programmer or postdoctoral scholar position!
Odysseus (ODCSSS) is the Online Dublin Computer Science Summer School, a three-year collaborative paid summer internship program between the School of Computer Science and Informatics at University College Dublin and the School of Computing at Dublin City University, supported by Adaptive Information Cluster.
In 2007 Odysseus starts on June 4th and runs for twelve weeks. Students who are successful in their application will be offered a paid, tax-free internship scholarship. The primary goal of this school is to afford exceptional undergraduate students the opportunity to participate and contribute to exciting yet challenging research projects at leading research facilities and inspire them to go on to undertake research careers.
Joe Kiniry is the advisor on one of the Odysseus projects. His research project focuses on improving the memory of software developers and mathematicians.