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Alumni Spotlight - NIamh Stockil, Software Engineer
Computer Science graduate and software engineer, Niamh Stockil is fresh from filming RTE's inspirational and innovative series, 'The Big Life Fix'. We catch up with her to talk memories of UCC and the role technology will play in our lives after COVID-19.
Niamh Stockil is a Software Engineer at Microsoft. The Computer Science graduate was one of a team of science and technology experts who took part in RTE’s ‘The Big Life Fix’.
Throughout the series, Niamh and the team devised ingenious solutions that have transformed people’s lives. One of the projects she was involved in was the creation of a tailor-made prosthetic arm which has allowed a teenager born without arms to dress herself for the first time. Niamh looks back on her time at UCC and discusses the role technology will play in our lives after COVID-19.
You can read her full interview at the Alumni and Development Office website here.