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UCD student awarded prestigious Naughton Research Experience for Undergraduates Fellowship

Friday, 8 March, 2019

A UCD engineering student has been announced as this year’s recipient of the prestigious Naughton Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) Fellowship, which is offered by the Naughton Foundation based at the University of Notre Dame in the USA.

Joseph Carthy, School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering will travel to the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana this summer to start his ten-week placement.

Joseph Carty is a third year student of Electronic Engineering. Upon arrival at Notre Dame, Joseph will be working with Dr Greg Snider on his project "Energy Recovery for Low Level Computation”.

The College of Engineering and Architecture will also welcome Notre Dame student Patrick Cremin to UCD this summer to work with Professor John Sheridan, School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering on his research project " Biomedical Optics and Optical Engineering project”.

The Naughton Foundation

The Naughton Foundation, a private family foundation, was established by Martin and Carmel Naughton in 1994.  According to Martin and Carmel Naughton, “In 2008 we decided to create the scholarship programme to increase our support for Leaving Certificate students who would like to study engineering, science and technology at third level in Ireland. Every year we are amazed and delighted at the extremely talented students who have been awarded scholarships. Not only do the students have very high academic merits but they all also possess a drive and determination to get the most out of their chosen degree courses and are all lovely people. We are passionate about the importance of engineering, science and technology in education in Ireland today and by supporting these students we hope in a small way to spread that passion to the next generation.”

 “The study of new sciences and technologies are essential to the prosperity of society. It will be a tremendous benefit for our talented Irish and American students to have both European and American qualification from leading universities on both sides of the Atlantic”.

Full details on who is eligible to apply for a scholarship, the terms and conditions applicable to the scholarships and answers to frequent questions can be found at:  (opens in a new window)http://naughton.nd.edu

Contact UCD School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering

UCD Engineering and Materials Science Centre, University College Dublin, Belfield, Dublin 4, Ireland.
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