- 02 Jun 2016
UCC's Energy Policy and Modelling Group is hosting the 35th International Energy Workshop. Delegates from over 20 countries have travelled to Cork for the workshop which will discuss the world's future energy systems.
World-leading experts in wave energy and tidal energy are attending the Lewis Symposium on Ocean Energy hosted by the Marine Renewable Energy Ireland Centre this week.
UCC's BE Energy Engineering (CAO course code CK600, option NRG) is the only Honours Degree programme in Ireland accredited by Engineers Ireland, the body which represents the Engineering profession in Ireland and sets the educational requirements for Chartered Engineers.
MarEI presents a lecture on '‘Biofuel production from micro-‐algal and cellulosic biomass' from world-leading biofuels expert Professor Jun Cheng, China Key State Energy Laboratory & College Of Energy Engineering, Zhejiang University. Venue: Room G10, Civil Engineering building on Wednesday November 4th at 18.00, followed by a seminar on ‘Biogas production from biomass wastes’ by Richen Lin, Zhejiang University.
UCC's new Beaufort Building housing state of the art marine renewable energy research facilities will be opened by An Taoiseach Enda Kenny as part of SeaFest 2015 in Cork Harbour.
UCC offers Sports Scholarships to outstanding sportsmen and sportswomen. Conor Dorman, Third Year BE Energy student and UCC Sports Scholarship recipient, represented Cork in the Senior Football Championship in 2015.
If you have already made an application to the CAO, you can change your mind to Ireland's only accredited BE Energy programme right up to July 1st. The CAO allows you to change your mind - free of charge - up to this date.
Engineers Ireland has announced that UCC's BE programme in Energy Engineering degree is fully accredited for chartered membership of the body representing professional Engineers in Ireland.
The third annual School of Engineering Industry & Open Day, will be held in Devere Hall, UCC on 20th March 2015.
If you are interested in attending, please contact Anne-Marie McSweeney at A.McSweeney@ucc.ie to register. We will have speakers with expertise across the engineering spectrum from buildings to energy to IT to medical technology and pharmaceuticals to global project delivery.
The first live online questions and answers sessions of 2015, hosted by a panel of UCC experts, will take place on Thursday 29 January, 4.30-5.30pm at http://www.ucc.ie/en/study/undergrad/caotips/live/
The Irish Wind Energy Association reports that 222MW of new wind generation capacity was connected to the Irish grid last year, representing a total investment of over €350m in wind energy projects.
The International Energy Agency (IEA) has elected UCC’s Professor Jerry D Murphy to a senior international role as Leader of the IEA Task 37 ‘Energy from Biogas’ for the trimester 2016 - 2018.
From 2015, there is a common entry point for all of UCC's Engineering degree programmes, including the BE (Energy Engineering). The new course code for Engineering at UCC is CK600. Students wishing to specialise in Energy Engineering should select the option Energy Engineering within the CK600 course on the CAO's applications website.
The second meeting of the Energy Engineering Society will take place at 18.30 on the 19th November in romom G10 of the Civil Engineering Building. The theme of this meeting is to discuss career path options for Energy Engineers and will feature two eminent speakers from Industry.
Engineers Without Borders UCC is running a Father Ted Table Quiz on Wednesday the 17th September in the Old Bar @ 20:00.
For more information please refer to the Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/309632412558437/309680499220295/?notif_t=plan_mall_activity
EWB UCC is a multidisciplinary society for engineers and architects. The society aims to benefit society at large through technical and other means.
Student presentations from the All-Island Master’s in Marine Renewable Energy. Learn about the latest advances in tidal energy, wave energy, offshore wind energy. (Seminar Room G9, Ground floor, Civil Engineering Building. Please register with Sheila Kenny [firstname.lastname@example.org] to attend.
The Energy Engineering Society will be launched at 18.00 on the 17th September in the Brookfield Health Sciences Building, room BHSC_G01. We intend to have two meetings in the first term and in that period the students will elect officers and take over the running and organisation of the society.
The broad aims of the Society will be create a forum for communication of Energy Engineering innovation between all students and researchers and as such to generate a sense of family for the newest branch of Engineering in UCC.
The broad aims of the Society will be create a forum for communication of Energy Engineering innovation between all students and researchers.
The night will begin with taking of class photographs. This will be followed by a series of short presentations from Energy Researchers highlighting the breadth of research across the discipline.
Finger food will be served in the restaurant on the ground floor of The Brookfield Centre.