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Electrical, Electronic and Communications Engineering in University College Dublin has a proud record of excellence and achievement in undergraduate and graduate education, research and industrial engagement. 

In our taught programmes we offer a world-class education across a flexible set of three-, four- and five-year Bachelors and Masters degrees, allowing you to find the best choice for your needs. 

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NEWS & EVENTS

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Travel scholarship awards to students in College of Engineering and Arc

1/Apr/2015

UCD awards U21 travel scholarships to students in College of Engineering and Architecture

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ERC consolidator grant awarded to Dr Madeleine Lowery

1/Apr/2015

Dr Madeleine Lowery, received funding for a project entitled “Multiscale Modelling of the Neuromuscular System for Closed Loop Deep Brain Stimulation”.

Appointment of Professor Robert Shorten

1/Apr/2015

Professor Shorten, a former graduate from EE in UCD is joining us from Maynooth University. He has recently been on secondment from Maynooth to IBM Research (Ireland).

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MTT-S Undergraduate Scholarship awarded to Yuting Wei

18/Mar/2015

MTT-S Undergraduate Scholarship awarded to Yuting Wei.

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Student Mathematical Modelling Workshop at University of Limerick

12/Mar/2015

The Mathematics Applications Consortium for Science and Industry (MACSI) (http://www.macsi.ul.ie/) is running a 3-day student mathematical modelling workshop at the University of Limerick on 24th – 26st June.

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UCD RF Engineers develop Highly Efficient Wideband Sequential Power Amplifier

12/Feb/2015

Brian Merrick and Justin King from University College Dublin achieved a Highly Efficient Wideband Sequential Power Amplifier Using NI AWR Software.