- PolliNation Takes Top Spot at Sustainability LaunchPad Awards 2017
- 2017 NUI Awards names two UCD Engineering Students
- Irish startup raises £1.3m bringing digestive food tracker to market
- Professor Anding Zhu received an Investigator Award
- Maintaining the balance of power – through engineering
- Engineering a smarter treatment for Parkinson’s disease
- Smart science to power the Internet of Things
- Annual Teaching Awards BBQ
- Analog Devices Ireland Scholarship Presentations
- Stimulating the brain to treat Parkinson’s disease
- Irish Academy of Engineering Parsons Medal Winner
- Science Foundation Ireland funding
- Prof. Sheridan elected a fellow of the Optical Society
- Prof. Thomas Brazil elected President of the IEEE MTT
Smart science to power the Internet of Things
Thursday, 24 August, 2017
In the second of a series of Case Studies about Researchers in the UCD College of Engineering & Architecture we meet Professor R. Bogdan Staszewski from the UCD School of Electrical & Electronic Engineering.
In the 21st century we are used to connected technology reliably working in the background to monitor and fine-tune our environment. We have also come to expect that we can communicate easily and instantly with others around the world.
This level of instant connectedness requires not only clever engineering but also smart science, so that devices can function as needed in their environments.
Professor R. Bogdan Staszewski at UCD School of Electronic & Electrical Engineering is solving fundamental issues to enable devices to monitor and communicate at scale as the Internet of Things. He is also developing technology to allow human communication in even the most challenging of environments, such as sites of natural disasters.
Professor Staszewski works closely with industry leaders such as Intel, Xilinx and Analog Devices, and his research has resulted in hundreds of patents and two start-up companies based in Europe.
You can read the rest of his case study at this link Smart science to power the Internet of Things