Monday, January 23, 2017

Dublin Research Group Monday Meetings

We held the first weekly meeting of the new Dublin behavioural science group on January 9th in the Geary Institute boardroom at 11am. The first meeting addressed the ideas for the new group and hear initial project outlines.  There will be a weekly session throughout 2017 to develop the research program.  It will be a dynamic and evolving session consisting of mini-seminars, technology demonstrations,  project brainstorming sessions,  project updates,  funding updates,  events planning, external visits,  and many more.  It will be the engine room of the new initiative. I would be happy to hear from people who are interested in discussing potential collaborations or want to get feedback on PhD projects etc.,


January 9th:

Liam Delaney: Overview
Pete Lunn: Pricelab and ESRI collaboration
Slawa Rokicki: Mobile Sexual Health Interventions
Leonhard Lades: Day Reconstruction Methods and Public Policy

January 16th:

Liam Delaney: ERC Application on Empirical Foundations of Behavioural Welfare Economics
Michael Daly: Childhood Self-Control and Lifelong Outcomes

January 23rd:

Patrick Wall; Behavioural, Risk Communication, and Public Policy

January 30th:

Philip Newall: Behavioural Economics, Gambling, and Public Policy.

February 6th:

Session with UCD Research Office on Research Impact

February 13th:

Professor Kevin Malone on suicide and public policy in Ireland

February 20th:

Sean Gill on day reconstruction and health policy

February 27th:


March 6th:

No session

March 13th:

Dr. Richard Roche on aging and brain function

March 20th:

Victoria Mousteri on labour markets and mental health

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