UCD MEngSc Biopharmaceutical EngineeringNIBRT announce collaboration with University College Dublin, to re-design the MEngSc Biopharmaceutical Engineering
This two year part-time programme is designed to provide substantial coverage of the scientific, technical, management and regulatory issues associated with the biopharmaceutical industry. This programme will offer an internationally recognised, high quality flexible curriculum, which follows the latest developments in science and technology. This programme is suitable for Science and Engineering graduates currently working in the pharmaceutical or biopharmaceutical industry who are looking to progress their career by obtaining a qualification which is highly relevant to the biopharmaceutical industry
Timber and Harbours: Insights into Sustainability in Design & ConstructionThe built environment evolves across time. In that time, the materials used in construction are worn down both by the environment and through persistent use, leading to the replacement of materials and the evolution or demolition of buildings. The energy used and carbon emitted during the manufacture of materials used in buildings is understood as ‘embodied’ energy and carbon, which is a measure of the impact that these materials have had on our environment.
Ministers Humphreys and Halligan announce six finalists competing for €1 million SFI Future Innovator PrizeDublin, 4th June 2019 - Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Heather Humphreys TD, and Minister of State for Training, Skills, Innovation, Research and Development, John Halligan TD, today announced the six finalists in the SFI Future Innovator Prize competition.
Congratulations to Amanda Gibney and Michael Bruen on their fellowships!Congratulations to two members of the UCD College of Engineering & Architecture who received their fellowships of Engineers Ireland this year.
Mechanical Engineering Lecturer is Keynote Speaker at UCD Annual Teaching and Learning ConferenceBarry Brophy, school of Mechanical and Materials Engineering, was one of two keynote speakers at the UCD annual Teaching and Learning conference on May 8th. His talk looked at the power of presentations within lectures – live, interactive, visual, personal, emotional, three-dimensional, multi-layered communications – and how unconscious biases lead people away from playing to these strengths in formal lectures.
Optimising the Last Mile of 5G Wireless NetworksFifth-generation wireless networks, commonly known as 5G, seek to send data rapidly and reliably. To achieve this, a critical issue that needs to be resolved is
the ‘last hop’ between users’ devices and the serving base stations. Specifically the connections in the last hop of a wireless network can suffer from severe
interference, and it is expensive and inefficient to overcome that by allocating dedicated time slots or frequency bands to each device.