Webinar: InsurTech Network Centre Carlow – Building a Data Analytics framework
This event will run as a live webinar using Zoom. Click here for information on using Zoom.
Dr. Greg Doyle will share insights into how perform data analytics effectively and the components/methodology for a successful analytics project.
Aidan Mahon will share insights into the InsurTech scene and the role that the IT Carlow INC plays in this ecosystem.
IT Carlow Insurtech Network Centre (INC) is a unique and exciting Collaborative Insurance Innovation Platform bringing established Insurance sector firms together with Insurtech Startups and the research, development and educational resources of Institute of Technology Carlow.
Dr. Greg Doyle
Dr. Greg Doyle of the Computing Department at Institute of Technology, Carlow (ITC) is a lecturer in computing and programme director of the MSc in Data Science and is a principal investigator and researcher in ITC’s GameCORE (ICT centre of research, innovation and enterprise). He is Research Programme Board Director in Computing, Chair of the Research & Development committee of Academic Council, member of the Ethics Board and a long standing member of ITC’s Academic Council as well as co-chair on a TUSEI (Technological University of the South East of Ireland) working group for Research & Innovation strategy development. With over 20 years of experience in education, software engineering and data science research, innovation and their application, he is well placed to leverage the benefit of data science techniques across the insurance industry.
Mr. Aidan Mahon is the Manager of the Insurtech Network Centre (INC) and also works as an Associate Lecturer (Economics, Strategy, EBusiness and Research Supervision) with Institute of Technology Carlow. He is also involved with the Research and Innovation (industry engagement) and Lifelong Learning working groups for the TUSEI project. Prior to the INC role Aidan had over 10 years’ experience in the commercial insurance broking sector. Aidan is keen to bridge the gap and foster collaboration between Insurtechs, Academia and Industry.