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UCD Engineering and Material Science Centre

The conference venue is the “UCD Engineering and Material Science Centre”, University College Dublin (UCD), Belfield, Dublin 4, Ireland.

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UCD is one of Europe’s leading research-intensive universities where undergraduate education, postgraduate masters and PhD training, research, innovation and community engagement form a dynamic continuum of activity. The university was established in 1854 by John Henry Newman whose classic work The Idea of a University is one of the most enduring texts on the value of higher education and a source of inspiration for UCD’s current educational philosophy.

Today UCD is Ireland’s largest university with almost 25,000 students including 7,000 postgraduate students and almost 2,000 PhD students. It is home to over 5,000 international students and, in addition, places great emphasis on the internationalisation of the Irish student experience – preparing all UCD students for future employment and life that crosses borders, boundaries and cultures.


UCD Campus

UCD is located on a beautiful leafy 133-hectare campus close to Dublin’s city centre, which provides a mix of academic facilities, research institutes, libraries and archival collections, enterprise space, student villages, and sports and recreational facilities.

The School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering will host the IMC30 Conference. It is part of the UCD College of Engineering and Architecture which includes the following seven Schools:

• UCD School of Architecture
• UCD School of Biosystems Engineering
• UCD School of Chemical & Bioprocess Engineering
• UCD School of Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering
• UCD School of Electrical, Electronic & Communications Engineering
• UCD School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering

The School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering seeks to engage in teaching and research of the highest international standing. Our four-year undergraduate engineering degree focuses on teaching the fundamental scientific and analytical skills on which our discipline is based; our postgraduate degrees draw on the diverse experience of our academic staff to provide research training of the highest calibre.

The School's research is focused on areas where the combination of staff excellence and experience together with available laboratory and computational facilities enables it to compete in equal terms with its international peers. The research undertaken spans basic, strategic and applied topics. The school’s web pages http://www.ucd.ie/eacollege/mme/ provide an overview of the teaching and research activities in our School, which includes:

• Energy
• Materials
• Bioengineering
• Manufacturing and Design

There are approximately 200 Mechanical Engineering undergraduate students, and 200 taught and research postgraduate students in the School. The School also consists of 19 academic, 20 research, 8 technical staff and 3 administrative staff, making it a friendly, vibrant and busy environment.

For more information on UCD see www.ucd.ie

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