25 Oct 2019
Patrick Egan at work in the Kluge Center - Library of Congress, USA

Patrick Egan - our newest postgraduate research student has successfully defended his PhD thesis

From all of us in the School of Computer Science and Information Technology at UCC, we wish Patrick Egan congratulations in successfully defending his PhD on 25th October 2019 at University College Cork

Thesis Title: Exploring ethnography and digital visualisation: a study of musical practice through the contextualisation of music related projects from the Seán Ó Riada Collection

Supervisors and Advisors: Dr Orla Murphy (Department of Digital Humanities); Professor Mel Mercier (School of Music & Theatre, University of Limerick); Dr Ian Pitt (School of Computer Science & Information Technology, UCC

Internal Examiner: Dr Tríona Ní Shíocháin (School of Film, Music & Theatre), UCC

External Examiner: Professor Lorna Hughes (University of Glasgow, Scotland)

Patrick is currently a Fulbright Tech. Impact Scholar and has just finished a Kluge Fellowship in Digital Studies at the Kluge Center within the Library of Congress, USA. He work in the American Folklife Center, on a project that reveals and unites hidden audio recordings of Irish traditional music.

Well done Patrick!

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