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About ADAPT

About ADAPT

The ADAPT Centre, funded by Science Foundation Ireland focuses on developing next generation digital technologies that transform how people communicate by helping to analyse, personalise and deliver digital data more effectively for businesses and individuals. ADAPT researchers are based in four leading universities: Trinity College Dublin, Dublin City University, University College Dublin and Dublin Institute of Technology. ADAPT's transformative tools allow you explore video, text,speech and image data in a natural way across languages and devices, helping companies unlock opportunities that exist within digital content to re-imagine how to connect people, process and data to realise new economic value.

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ADAPT Vision

Our vision is to be the world-leading international hub of scientific expertise that supports collaborative innovation to unlock the potential of digital content, empower and enhance online engagement between people, and promote creativity, competitiveness and entrepreneurship for Ireland.

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Our Experts

ADAPT is internationally renowned for its research expertise. The Centre is made up of a vibrant international community of academics, researchers, developers and business professionals.

115 Expert Researchers
80 Industry Partners
327 Published Papers
10 Experts
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Vincent Wade

Director

vincent.wade@adaptcentre.ie

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Professor Vincent Wade is Director of the ADAPT Centre for Digital Content Technology. His research focuses on knowledge engineering for adaptive (web) systems research and personalisation and is being successfully applied in three application areas, namely Telecommunications & Service Management, adaptive eLearning and Web applications. He was awarded Fellowship of Trinity College for his contribution to research and has published over one hundred and fifty scientific papers in international journals and conferences of repute. Vincent also holds the position as Visiting Scientist at IBM’s Centre for Advanced Studies in Ireland (2006 to date).

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Liam Cronin

Associate Director Commercialisation

879680399

Liam.cronin@adaptcentre.ie

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Liam is responsible for directing ADAPT’s commercialisation and business development activities and is the main contact for all industry engagement, both new and existing. Liam provides leadership for the strategic development, implementation and continuous review of the ADAPT Centre commercialisation strategy. He has over 25 years experience across Microsoft product development, internationalisation, and sales and marketing.

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Naomi Harte

Associate Professor

01 8961861

naomi.harte@adaptcentre.ie

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Naomi is Associate Professor in Digital Media Systems at Trinity and her specialist area is Human Speech Communication. She has worked in high-tech start-ups in the field of Digital Signal Processing (DSP) Systems Development, including her own company founder in 2002. She leads the Interacting with Global Content research platform that aims to support the adaptation of conversational content to the user's cognitive state to maintain an engaging multimodal dialogue regardless of the physical context.

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Declan O’Sullivan

Associate Professor

01 896 1765

declan.osullivan@adaptcentre.ie

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Professor Declan O’Sullivan is Head of Intelligent Systems at Trinity College Dublin, and is a Principal Investigator and leads the Ethics & Privacy research initiative within the ADAPT Centre. His primary research focus is on developing techniques for the agile, managed and sustainable integration and publication of information/content. He is established as a leading researcher with an international reputation for high quality, high impact research (h-index of 19) in the area of knowledge engineering of adaptive ICT systems. He has over 150 peer-reviewed publications.


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ADAPT has significant commercial expertise having engaged with more than 140 companies in Ireland and beyond, ranging from indigenous start-ups to multinational enterprises.  With a dedicated business and commercial development team, ADAPT has a strong focus on understanding and addressing technology and business challenges in order to deliver solutions tailored for industry collaborators.

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Responding to industry needs, ADAPT has developed an extensive range of commercialisation-ready technologies. These cutting edge innovations have been developed based on industry needs.

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ADAPT Centre Runs International Women’s Day Event Focused on Gender and Research
  • Event
  • 8th Mar 2019, 9AM
  • Bank of Ireland Workbench, Trinity College Dublin


Bank of Ireland Workbench, Trinity College Dublin

Exploring Gender in Research

International Women's Day will be celebrated by ADAPT on March 8th with a discussion on 'Gender in Research'.
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Ireland’s Top Young Problem-Solvers Battle it out at All-Ireland Olympiad in Dublin City University

From a starting lineup of 4,000 students, 100 of Ireland’s top young problem-solvers are competing at the National Final of the All Ireland Linguisti

20 Mar
Focus on Innovation and Technological Change in New Government Policy, Future Jobs Ireland 2019

New National Artificial Intelligence Strategy and National Digital Strategy to be developed

11 Mar
ADAPT Centre Runs International Women’s Day Event Focused on Gender and Research

Topics discussed regarded the effects of gender on the development of technological innovation and how technology affects gender as well.

9 Mar
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Working with ADAPT - Industry Partners Have Their Say

  • Event
  • 8th Mar 2019, 9AM
  • Bank of Ireland Workbench, Trinity College Dublin

Exploring Gender in Research

Event details

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