Analog Devices Ireland Award Presentations

Three high-achieving students in Electronic and Computer Engineering were presented with awards of €2,000 each at a presentation ceremony in the School on Wednesday 27th April.  These new awards were instituted by Analog Devices Ireland (ADI) to encourage and celebrate academic excellence in degree programmes related to Electronic and Computer Engineering. The presentations were made by Mike Keaveney, Engineering Director & Analog Devices Fellow, accompanied by Fiona Donlon of the HR Department at ADI. The details of the awards and the awardees are as follows:

  • 3rd Year continuing to BE (Electronic Engineering) or ME (Electronic & Computer Engineering) – top 3 results – interviewed by ADI – one student selected - €2000 to one student [2015/16 Winner: Cormac O'Meadhra]
  • 4th Year ME (Electronic & Computer Engineering) – top 3 results – interviewed by ADI – one student selected - €2000 to one student [2015/16 Winner: Brian Attride]
  • 5th Year ME (Electronic & Computer Engineering)– Best overall final result – no interview - €2000 to one student [2015 Winner: Ronan Scally]

The School warmly congratulates the recipients of these awards and expresses its deep appreciation to ADI for their generosity in sponsoring these highly significant awards.

Analog Devices Ireland Award Presentations Winner Brian Attride

Brian Attride and Mike Keaveney Engineering Director & Analog Devices Fellow.

Analog Devices Ireland Award Presentations Winner Cormac O'Meadhra

Cormac O'Meadhra and Mike Keaveney Engineering Director & Analog Devices Fellow.

Analog Devices Ireland Award Presentations Ronan Scally

Ronan Scally and Mike Keaveney Engineering Director & Analog Devices Fellow.