Today, Irish cybersecurity automation start-up, Tines announced a major donation to UL’s new Immersive Software Engineering (ISE) programme.
Tines’ founder and CEO Eoin Hinchy said, ‘We are excited to partner with the University of Limerick on this initiative to produce fundamental academic research into digital transformation and the value of no-code approaches over traditional software engineering. We’re proud to join the growing coalition of technology companies committed to supporting world-class innovations at UL.’
Welcoming the investment, Harvey Duthie, UL Foundation’s CEO, said: ‘This major commitment complements the tremendous progress made by the ISE team in just a few short months and underpins its ambition to quickly become the best programme of its kind in Europe. Thank you to Eoin Hinchy, Thomas Kinsella, and the team at Tines. We are delighted to have you with us.’