I am Founding Director of Beyond 2022: Ireland’s Virtual Record Treasury (https://beyond2022.ie/), an all-island and international collaboration to create a virtual reality reconstruction of the Public Record Office of Ireland, and its collections, which were destroyed at the outbreak of the Irish Civil War in 1922. I am also the Academic Coordinator of the Trinity Long Room Hub’s Multiannual Lecture Series entitled, ‘Out of the Ashes: Collective Memory, Cultural Loss and Recovery’ (2018 to 2021).
My primary discipline is history. I have published widely on Irish and British medieval Irish history and have been commissioned to serve as editor of the forthcoming Cambridge History of Britain, vol. 2: 1100–1500.
Albert Navarro Gallinad is a PhD student based at the ADAPT centre (TCD) and a Early Stage Researcher in the HELICAL project (MSCA-ITN).
His principal research interests lie in the data aspects (suitability, access and retrieval) to support research in the environmental effects on human health.
He is designing a series of steps to help health data researchers explore environmental data to understand and support rare chronic disease research..
Ensar is pursuing a doctorate, with a focus in generating smart contracts or data sharing agreements between data controllers as defined by GDPR. He holds a masters degree in Digital Investigation and Computer Forensics from UCD and his current area of interest is in Semantic Web and the legal aspect of linked data.