Perspectives from Brazil and Ireland
5-7 February 2020 | Limerick - Ireland
Appellate Moot Court, Glucksman Library , UL
The conference will be held on the Appellate Moot Court, Glucksman Library of the University of Limerick, located on the outskirts of Limerick City. The University has a beautiful riverside Campus of over 133 hectares with the majestic River Shannon at its center.
The UL Glucksman Library has added an extra 7,600 sq. metres to the original library building. It now includes a range of world class innovations in book storage and retrieval, digital research, accessibility and ‘inspirational learning spaces’. The library will now provide 2,200 study spaces and a range of specialist zones to meet the changing needs of UL students and researchers. One stand out feature is the ARC (Automated Reserve Collection) - a 10 meter high book vault and robotic crane, with the capacity to store 500,000 volumes.
O novo edifício apresenta uma Biblioteca Jurídica e um Tribunal de Apelação. Existem espaços discretos para pós-graduação e faculdade, estudo em grupo e espaços para exposições.
The riverside city of Limerick is located in the heart of the Mid-West of Ireland on the picturesque River Shannon. Conquered by the Vikings in the 9th century, modern Limerick is a bustling and vibrant city with a historic city centre. Ancient buildings such as King John’s Castle and St Mary’s Cathedral sit alongside beautiful Georgian architecture and are juxtaposed with modern architecture to provide a city of contrasts.
The city has a wide variety of shops, bars and restaurants, as well as museums, art galleries and theatres. Limerick is known for its sporting prowess, and its passion for sports such as rugby and the traditional Irish game of Hurling (the fastest field game in the world).
Ireland is known for its warm and friendly welcome, and Limerick is no exception to this rule. We hope to offer the delegates of the 5th IEEE World Forum on the Internet of Things the traditional Irish welcome.
© 2019 por LGC Gomes. Gender-Based Violence: Perspectives from Brazil and Ireland