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    Best use of Open Source Tools

    Awarded for my use into machine learning alogorthims and cutting edge tools, such as node.js, Material design along more.Awarded By: IBM & Intel

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    Overall Best Poster & Project 2016

    Awarded for my use into machine learning alogorthims and cutting edge tools, such as node.js, Material design along more.Awarded By: Cork Institute of Technology

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    Imagine Cup National Runner Up

    Following on from our success in 2014, I entered the Imagine Cup 2015 with a innovative exercise app called CrossTrainr. The application was designed to connect individuals with a desire to exercise but found it hard to find people with a similar interest. Designed for use in large cities, it was designed to create a network of people for completing exercise. We received great feedback and support from Microsoft employees and management on the concept at a visit to Microsoft's offices in Dublin on the 23rd of April 2015. The Microsoft employees encouraged us to pursue the idea after the competition to a fully functional business. Until I have exhausted all avenues with the concept I am reluctant to give any more information on the idea.Awarded By:Microsoft Ireland

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    Imagine Cup National Runner Up

    Developed a project called Yeti for the Microsoft Imagine Cup 2014. The project earned 2nd place in the innovation category for all of Ireland. The project resized images and videos to reduce bandwidth and speed up load times. Also developed was Yoursear.chAwarded By: Microsoft Ireland

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    Hatchery Scholarship For Innovation

    Over the summer months in 2012 five student projects were developed into businesses by students who attended the Rubicon full-time. Over the summer they attended weekly training workshops, covering many topics, which enabled the student entrepreneurs to produce a completed business plan by September. The students received financial assistance from the School of Business, the School of Engineering and Science, the Department of Media Communications and from Crawford College of Art and Design.Awarded By: Cork Institute of Technology

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    Abbott Runner-Up Award

    I totally forgot about this. For a local computation called Scifest , I built a tablet out of an old laptop. Added a touch screen panel, progammed a interface and bunch of apps for it. Then made a custom shell for it. It was madness but I can second place. Won the Abbott award.Awarded By: Abbott

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    The Most Technically Innovative Award

    The Most Technically Innovative Award of €2,000 went to Project Bird, an award winning software studio focusing on windows and web 2.0 developments. The team is made up Robert Gabriel and Tadhg Foley, both students in Computing (IT Management), at CIT.Awarded By: Cork Institute of Technology

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    The Most Technically Innovative Award

    The Most Technically Innovative Award of €2,000 went to Project Bird, an award winning software studio focusing on windows and web 2.0 developments. The team is made up Robert Gabriel and Tadhg Foley, both students in Computing (IT Management), at CIT.Awarded By: Cork Institute of Technology

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    Maths and Algorthims

    Robert Gabriel from Scoil Mhuire Gan Smal in Blarney, who came second in the Chemical, Physical & Mathematical Sciences Senior Individual category for his project ' A new algorithm to improve the gathering of information on mobile. This later become the Yeti engineAwarded By:Bt Young Scientist

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    Bt Young Scientist Award : Technologys

    Robert Gabriel, a fifth year student from Scoil Mhuire gan Smál in Blarney, won the favour of the judges with his project “Automated Monitoring of Computer SQL Servers by way of a Merit”. This later became TallusAwarded By: Bt Young Scientist Award

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    Sci Fest Award : For Progamming x 5

    SciFest is a series of one-day science fairs for second-level students hosted at local level in schools and at regional level in the Institutes of Technology, culminating in a national competition for the overall winners from the institutes. The project consists of four distinct strands – local, regional, national and international. This was a project that was made in 24 hours.Awarded By:Sci Fest

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    Sci Fest Award : For Progamming x 5

    SciFest is a series of one-day science fairs for second-level students hosted at local level in schools and at regional level in the Institutes of Technology, culminating in a national competition for the overall winners from the institutes. The project consists of four distinct strands – local, regional, national and international. This was a project that was made in 24 hours.Awarded By: Sci Fest

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    Sci Fest Award : For Progamming x 5

    SciFest is a series of one-day science fairs for second-level students hosted at local level in schools and at regional level in the Institutes of Technology, culminating in a national competition for the overall winners from the institutes. The project consists of four distinct strands – local, regional, national and international. This was a project that was made in 24 hours.Awarded By: Sci Fest

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    Sci Fest Award : For Progamming x 5

    SciFest is a series of one-day science fairs for second-level students hosted at local level in schools and at regional level in the Institutes of Technology, culminating in a national competition for the overall winners from the institutes. The project consists of four distinct strands – local, regional, national and international. This was a project that was made in 24 hours.Awarded By: Sci Fest

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    HEANet Special Award

    The project which shows the most practical and innovative use of network technology in performing background research for the project and/or collaborating with other team members, teachers etc.Awarded By: HEANet

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    Avaya Communications Special Award

    Avaya Incis a privately held global provider of business communications and collaboration systems. The international headquarters is in Basking Ridge, New Jersey, United States. The company provides contact centers, networking (routers, switches and other networking hardware), unified communications, and video products (integrated hardware and software) solutions and services.Awarded By: Avaya

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    Junior Spiders Awards: All Ireland TItle

    A web application that is fully developed and available to use; it must be fully working. It should be user friendly, useful and innovative.Awarded By: Eircom

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    Junior Spider Awards: Best Application

    A web application that is fully developed and available to use; it must be fully working. It should be user friendly, useful and innovative.Awarded By: Eircom

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    Teamwork Hackathon 2015 : Runner Up

    Create a internal website , social website in 24 hours. It was voted as second best would of 15 ideas. Cannot say any more :)Awarded By: Teamwork.com

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    Everyday Excellence Award

    Reason:We’re delighted to have Robert as a full-time member of the team now. He’s already made great improvements to the teamwork.com codebase, with loads more planned, a lot of it being behind-the-scenes improvements which most people don’t see/realise.
    Reason:Doing amazing job and I was impressed to see what awesomeness he is cooking for the website and maybe a future update of it. Nice to have him on board!Awarded By: Teamwork.com

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    Above and Beyond the Call of Duty

    Reason: Robert Gabriel – A pure gent, always has a smile and always goes out of his way to help Support when ticket is beyond us. Thanks Robert!Awarded By: Teamwork.com

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    The Faculty of Engineering & Science Scholar

    Who received the accolade 'Faculty Scholar' in recognition of his achievement of earning the top grade in his class.Awarded By: Cork Institute of Technology