Kevin Gibson of PM Group and Process Class of 2011 talks to Final Year Class

Kevin Gibson of PM Group and Process Class of 2011 talks to Final Year Class

  • 18 Sep 2017

Kevin Gibson from the BE(Hons) Process & Chemical class of 2011, now working with PM Group, came to UCC on Monday, 18th September 2017 with Peter O'Sullivan of PM Group to speak to our Final year class about Design Considerations for Buffer Solutions in Biopharmaceutical Design.  

 

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Dr Elena Tsalaporta appointed new lecturer in Process & Chemical Engineering

Dr Elena Tsalaporta appointed new lecturer in Process & Chemical Engineering

  • 11 Sep 2017

Dr Elena Tsalaporta has been appointed as a Lecturer in Process & Chemical Engineering starting September 2017. Dr Tsalaporta completed degrees in Chemical Engineering at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and at University College Dublin, where she completed her PhD. She also has industrial process engineering experience and joins UCC from Trinity College Dublin where her work involved Carbon Capture and Sequestration.

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Eli Lilly Professor of Biopharmaceutical Engineering

Eli Lilly Professor of Biopharmaceutical Engineering

  • 18 Aug 2017

A new Professor of Biopharmaceutical Engineering, funded through the generous support of Eli Lilly, has just been opened/advertised by UCC.
Closing date for applications is 12th October 2017.

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BCD Engineering presents Specialised Learning Toolkit to Process & Chemical Engineering, UCC

BCD Engineering presents Specialised Learning Toolkit to Process & Chemical Engineering, UCC

  • 10 Jul 2017

BCD Engineering Links up with UCC to encourage hands-on learning

Building on a tradition of developing innovative award-winning teaching, Process & Chemical Engineering (PCE), School of Engineering has collaborated with BCD Engineering to develop a specialised hands-on learning toolkit.

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2017 Eli Lilly PhD Research Scholarships: Process & Chemical Engineering Opportunities

2017 Eli Lilly PhD Research Scholarships: Process & Chemical Engineering Opportunities

  • 16 Jun 2017

2017 Eli Lilly PhD Research Scholarships: Process & Chemical Engineering Opportunities

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No. 1 Programme in (Chemical Engineering) World for Sustainability

No. 1 Programme in (Chemical Engineering) World for Sustainability

  • 18 May 2017

The UCC BE degree in Process & Chemical Engineering was awarded the 2016 IChemE Sustainability Teaching Award by incoming IChemE President John McGagh at the IChemE AGM and Awards at the ICC Birmingham on 10th May 2017.

 

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IChemE President visits UCC

IChemE President visits UCC

  • 09 May 2017

On Monday, 8th May 2017, the department of Process & Chemical Engineering, UCC were honoured by a visit from the current IChemE President, Professor Jonathan Seville.

Prof Seville delivered a lecture to Chemical Engineering faculty and students entitled “Why Chemical Engineers (Like You!) Need an Institution”. He was accompanied by Neil Atkinson, Director of Qualifications & International Development at IChemE and Neil Young, UK Membership and Marketing Development Manager.

To mark the historic occasion of the first time that an IChemE President had visited UCC, he and his colleagues were each presented a copy of the definitive history of UCC as a memento. 

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5th School of Engineering Industry & Careers Day, Thursday, 30th March 2017

5th School of Engineering Industry & Careers Day, Thursday, 30th March 2017

  • 06 Feb 2017

Following from the success of previous events, which attracted hundreds of pupils from over 40 secondary schools across Munster, we are delighted to invite you to our Fifth School of Engineering Industry and Careers Day on Thursday, 30th March 2017 in Devere Hall, UCC. If you are interested in attending, please contact Anne-Marie McSweeney (Industry) at a.mcsweeney@ucc.ie or Ralph O'Flaherty (Schools) at r.oflaherty@ucc.ie to register. 

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International recognition for UCC’s Process & Chemical Engineering programme: Winner of the IChemE Sustainability Teaching Award 2016

International recognition for UCC’s Process & Chemical Engineering programme: Winner of the IChemE Sustainability Teaching Award 2016

  • 18 Jan 2017

UCC’s Process & Chemical Engineering degree have just been announced as winners of the 2016 Institution of Chemical Engineering Sustainability Teaching Award.

 

This award, which was first awarded to University College London in 2015, is designed ‘to encourage the teaching of sustainability to undergraduate chemical engineers’.

UCC’s programme came out on top in 2016 following stiff international competition from what the adjudication panel described as ‘other excellent entries from Manchester University and Melbourne University’ (Manchester's entry was highly commended).

 

In the case of UCC’s Process & Chemical Engineering degree, the IChemE judges declared themselves ‘particularly impressed by your integration of sustainability teaching across the curriculum, with good examples of interdisciplinary projects and varied assessment with student comments indicating their appreciation of the approach.’

 

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8 1st year students awarded UCC Quercus Entrance Scholarships - 5 from Process & Chem!

8 1st year students awarded UCC Quercus Entrance Scholarships - 5 from Process & Chem!

  • 19 Dec 2016

A huge WELL DONE to the following 1st year Engineering students, who have been awarded UCC Quercus Entrance Scholarships at a ceremony which took place on 7th December 2016.

David Moloney, John The Baptist Community School, Hospital, Co Limerick; Engineering.
Conor Healy, Colaiste An Chraoibhin, Fermoy, Co Cork; Electrical & Electronic.
Conor Steele, Colaiste An Chraoibhin, Fermoy, Co Cork; Process & Chemical.
David Murphy, St Fachtna's De La Salle, Skibbereen, Co Cork; Process & Chemical.
Alannah Hill, Kinsale Community School, Kinsale, Co Cork; Process & Chemical.
William Hennessy, Christian Brothers College, Sidney Hill, Cork; Engineering.
Timothy O'Sullivan, Christian Brothers College, Sidney Hill, Cork; Process & Chemical.
Colm Power, Christian Brothers College, Sidney Hill, Cork; Process & Chemical.

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Applications sought for Lectureship/Senior Lectureship in Process & Chemical Engineering

Applications sought for Lectureship/Senior Lectureship in Process & Chemical Engineering

  • 16 Dec 2016

UCC wishes to appoint a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Process & Chemical Engineering.  Reporting to the Head of the School of Engineering, the successful candidate will undertake research and teaching in fundamental or applied chemical engineering with particular applications in the food, beverage, pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical or bioprocessing sectors, or relating to research in sustainability, the environment or energy.

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'Transdisciplinary Perspectives on Transitions to Sustainability' presented to President Michael D. Higgins

'Transdisciplinary Perspectives on Transitions to Sustainability' presented to President Michael D. Higgins

  • 15 Dec 2016

Professor Edmond Byrne and fellow book Editors Dr Ger Mullally and Dr Colin Sage were invited to Áras an Uachtaráin on Wednesday 14th December to present a copy of 'Transdisciplinary Perspectives on Transitions to Sustainability' to President Michael D. Higgins. 

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Process & Chemical Engineering Awards Night 2016 - what a night!

Process & Chemical Engineering Awards Night 2016 - what a night!

  • 25 Nov 2016

The inaugural Process & Chemical Engineering Awards Night was held on Wednesday, 23rd November from 6.30 pm in the Aula Maxima, UCC. PM Group, Eli Lilly, Abbvie and Janssen all presented awards on the night to some of our undergraduate students and graduates from the Class of 2016. Huge thanks go to Professor Liam Marnane, Head of the School of Engineering, Neil Young, UK Membership & Market Development Manager for the IChemE and all of the representatives from our industry award sponsors. We thank you all for taking the time from your busy schedules, to come and celebrate and reward excellence in engineering with us. We had a lovely mix of staff, students, parents, graduates and industry representatives. It was a very enjoyable evening.

 

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Process & Chemical Engineering First Year Student, Ciara Leonard awarded Intel Women in Technology Scholarship 2016

Process & Chemical Engineering First Year Student, Ciara Leonard awarded Intel Women in Technology Scholarship 2016

  • 09 Nov 2016

Congratulations to BEP1 student, Ciara Leonard who was awarded a coveted Intel Women in Technology Scholarship 2016 at a special ceremony held on Friday, November 4th 2016 in Dublin.

Intel Women in Technology Scholarship Awards, 2016

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Process & Chemical Engineering, UCC students win the second IChemE All Ireland Chemical Engineering Sports Day!

Process & Chemical Engineering, UCC students win the second IChemE All Ireland Chemical Engineering Sports Day!

  • 10 Oct 2016

The second IChemE All-Ireland Chemical Engineering Sports Day was hosted by Queens University Belfast on Friday, 7th October 2016. Similar to the Frank Morton Sports Day organised by chemical engineering students in IChemE-accredited UK and Irish Universities, it was a hugely successful event held in Queens University Sports Center with 4 out of the 5 Irish Chemical Engineering Departments, and almost 200 students, in attendance; University of Limerick, University College Dublin, Queens and UCC (our neighbors CIT didn't attend). 

The victorious UCC team in QUB

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PM Group launches Graduate Recruitment programme 2017

PM Group launches Graduate Recruitment programme 2017

  • 29 Sep 2016

PM Group was established in 1973 and has grown to become one of the most respected engineering design, architecture, project and construction management firms in the world.

As can be seen from our Alumni page, they employ a large amount of graduates from the BE (Hons) Process & Chemical Engineering. They employed 8 of the 22 graduates from the Class of 2016 alone!

 

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Congratulations to Professor Edmond Byrne, Dr Gerard Mullally and Dr Colin Sage on the launch of their book Transdisciplinary Perspectives on Transitions to Sustainability

Congratulations to Professor Edmond Byrne, Dr Gerard Mullally and Dr Colin Sage on the launch of their book Transdisciplinary Perspectives on Transitions to Sustainability

  • 29 Sep 2016

A new book on ‘Transdisciplinary Perspectives on Transitions to Sustainability’ was launched on Monday evening 19 Sept. in the Aula Max.

This Routledge publication involves four authors from the School of Engineering (Prof. Edmond Byrne (editor), Prof. Brian Ó Gallachóir, Dr Paul Deane and Dr Alessandro Chiodi) as well as authors from across the Colleges of SEFS, CACSS and B&L at UCC.

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What a Day! 4th School of Engineering Industry & Open Day 2016

What a Day! 4th School of Engineering Industry & Open Day 2016

  • 16 Mar 2016

Well what a day! We are delighted to report that the 4th School of Engineering Industry and Open Day, held on Friday 11th March 2016 in Devere Hall, UCC was another huge success. With over 320 captivated students from secondary schools across Munster, a brilliant display of Final Year Research Project posters, and a stellar lineup of speakers, we are looking forward to next year already.

Judy Rea, Leonard Hobbs, Majella Henchion, Prof Nabeel Riza (Head of School), Liz Dooley, Carl Devlin, Dr John Hayes, Prof Peter Parbrook, Prof Ger Kiely, Dr Maria Gallagher

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4th School of Engineering Industry & Open Day, Friday, 11th March 2016

4th School of Engineering Industry & Open Day, Friday, 11th March 2016

  • 09 Mar 2016

Following from the success of last year's event, which attracted 420 pupils from over 40 secondary schools in Munster, we are delighted to invite you to our Fourth School of Engineering Industry and Open Day on 11th March 2016 in Devere Hall, UCC. If you are interested in attending, please contact Anne-Marie McSweeney (Industry) at a.mcsweeney@ucc.ie or Ralph O'Flaherty (Schools) at r.oflaherty@ucc.ie to register. 

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13 Process & Chemical Engineering students attended the Frank Morton Sports Day 2016 in Manchester

13 Process & Chemical Engineering students attended the Frank Morton Sports Day 2016 in Manchester

  • 18 Feb 2016

The Frank Morton Sports Day (abbreviated to FM) is an annual sporting competition between the students of chemical engineering departments from UK and Irish Universities.

 Manchester Convention Centre

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GE Healthcare staff give

GE Healthcare staff give "Engineering at Work" talk to PE1003 Class

  • 12 Feb 2016

On Tuesday 9th of February, Mr Jerry Larkin Plant Reliability Engineer and Mr Edward Kelly Project Manager from GE Healthcare gave a guest lecture entitled “Engineering at Work” to the 77 students studying PE1003 Introduction to Process & Chemical Engineering with lecturer Dr. Denis Ring. 

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The Janssen UCC Engineering Scholarship

The Janssen UCC Engineering Scholarship

  • 04 Dec 2015

Janssen is one of the world’s leading research-based pharmaceutical organisations, and is part of the Johnson & Johnson Group of companies, the largest diversified healthcare group in the world. Janssen Pharmaceutical has been manufacturing bulk active pharmaceutical ingredients in Cork since 1981. Janssen Biologics established its operation in Ringaskiddy in 2005 on a 100 acre site producing biomedicines for the treatment of immune related diseases and also new and innovative cancer treatments. 

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Cait Burns and Vera O'Riordan of the School of Engineering awarded Intel Women in Technology Scholarships

Cait Burns and Vera O'Riordan of the School of Engineering awarded Intel Women in Technology Scholarships

  • 25 Nov 2015

Cait Burns (BEP1) and Vera O'Riordan (BEG1) are among the 17 female students awarded the INTEL Women in Technology Scholarships for 2015. The scholars were celebrated at an awards ceremony on Wednesday, 18th November 2015 in Dublin. 

Well done to you both, we are very proud of you.

Each recipient will receive €2,000 per year for their studies, work placements on campus in Intel’s Leixlip plant and a mentor throughout their academic career.

The 17 ladies join a programme that has seen €160,000 invested in the past three years and which aims to encourage women to start careers in science and technology.

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Process & Chemical Engineering, UCC students win the first IChemE All Ireland Chemical Engineering Sports Day!

Process & Chemical Engineering, UCC students win the first IChemE All Ireland Chemical Engineering Sports Day!

  • 09 Nov 2015

The Inaugural IChemE All-Ireland Chemical Engineering Sports Day was hosted by University of Limerick on Friday, 6th November 2015. Similar to the Frank Morton Sports Day organised by chemical engineering students in IChemE-accredited UK and Irish Universities, it was well supported by students in Ireland, who would find it difficult to raise the necessary funds to travel to the UK.

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Congratulations to all of the UCC Quercus Scholars 2015!

Congratulations to all of the UCC Quercus Scholars 2015!

  • 06 Nov 2015

Congratulations to all of the UCC Quercus Scholars 2015, and especially to our own Final year student Calvin O'Callaghan - back row and third from left hand side :-)

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The AbbVie Award for Excellence in Engineering 2015

The AbbVie Award for Excellence in Engineering 2015

  • 21 Oct 2015

On Monday, 19th October 2015, the AbbVie Award for Excellence in Engineering was presented for the first time. The award is based on the combined total of marks in the following modules:

PE3009 Pharmaceutical Engineering

PE3013 Process Validation and Quality

PE4002 Optimisation and Continuous Process Improvement

PE4006 Design Project

The graduating student with the highest marks in these four modules was Aibhín O'Brien. She was presented with a commemorative medal to the value of €150 and a cheque to the value of €300 by Dr Philip O'Connell of AbbVie in Carrigtwohill, Co Cork, himself a UCC graduate.

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Great Graduates! Congratulations to the Class of 2015!

Great Graduates! Congratulations to the Class of 2015!

  • 21 Oct 2015

On Monday, 19th October 2015 at 10.00, another class of the brightest and the best were conferred with their BE (Hons) Process & Chemical Engineering degrees. 

Some of the Class of 2015

We have enjoyed getting to know you all, and we hope that you will always keep in touch and let us know how you are getting on and where your careers take you. 

Congratulations! Be brilliant and have fun :-)

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4th Years visit to Eli Lilly 2015

4th Years visit to Eli Lilly 2015

  • 20 Oct 2015

4th Year Process & Chemical Engineering Students who attended a “Continuous Processing in the Pharmaceutical Industry” workshop/seminar at Eli Lilly. 

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Dr Edmond Byrne Awarded Trevithick Prize for UCC Engineering Education Research

Dr Edmond Byrne Awarded Trevithick Prize for UCC Engineering Education Research

  • 19 Oct 2015

School of Engineering academic Dr Edmond Byrne has just been awarded the Richard Trevithick Memorial Prize (2015) by the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE).

Pictured above is the award being presented at the Institution of Civil Engineers headquarters at One Great George Street, London by the President of the Institution, Professor David Balmforth.

 

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Workings of a Multi-Disciplinary Engineering Design Team

Workings of a Multi-Disciplinary Engineering Design Team

  • 19 Oct 2015

PM Group, Engineers Ireland Young Engineers Society (Cork Region) and the All Ireland Member Group of the IChemE will host an information evening of interest to engineers of all disciplines.

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ESB International talk to Final Year Process & Chemical students

ESB International talk to Final Year Process & Chemical students

  • 30 Sep 2015

On the 28th of September Mr Adrian Dennehy presented a lecture on “Due Diligence In Engineering” to Process & Chemical Engineering students at University College Cork as part of their Final Year Degree,  Advanced Process Design Module.  

 

The lecture highlighted the engineering considerations for a biomass project which is complicated by a number of technical factors associated with the biomass fuel sources, fuel availability and fuel quality and their impacts on plant design e.g. boiler design and abatement systems.  Non-technical issues include complex contractual arrangements to ensure a reliable, homogenous fuel supply, interface agreements between respective contracting parties, and conditions relating to environmental requirements.

 

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PM Group connect with Final Year Process & Chemical Engineering Students at UCC

PM Group connect with Final Year Process & Chemical Engineering Students at UCC

  • 14 Sep 2015

On Monday,14th of September Mr Peter O'Sullivan, Process Group Manager with Project Management Group (PMG) along with colleagues Mr Sean Tully (Dublin Office) and Mr Conor Barry, a recent UCC Process & Chemical Engineering Graduate, gave a presentation to final year degree students on their experience and expertise in the field of Scheduling Optimisation.

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Prize-winning Paper for Dr Edmond Byrne

Prize-winning Paper for Dr Edmond Byrne

  • 26 May 2015

A paper entitled ‘Educating engineers to embrace complexity and context’ by Dr Edmond Byrne, co-authored with Dr Gerard Mullally, has been chosen as winner of the Richard Trevithick Memorial Prize (2015) for best paper in the ‘Proceedings of the ICE - Engineering Sustainability’ journal (167(6), 241-248). 

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3rd School of Engineering Industry & Open Day

3rd School of Engineering Industry & Open Day

  • 04 Mar 2015

We are delighted to announce our Third School of Engineering Industry and Open Day on 20th March 2015 in Devere Hall, UCC. If you are interested in attending, please contact Anne-Marie McSweeney in the SOE at A.McSweeney@ucc.ie to register. As noted below 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. We look forward to interesting and informative presentations and some lively debate to follow.

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Where Have All the Engineers Gone?

Where Have All the Engineers Gone?

  • 13 Feb 2015

"It is well documented that we simply are not producing the numbers of engineers the market requires. This has been exacerbated by a bias in the early part of the century towards other industries. There is now a real shortage of qualified engineers with 5-10 years experience in manufacturing operations."

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Wow! Some Famous Celebrities are also Engineers!

Wow! Some Famous Celebrities are also Engineers!

  • 04 Feb 2015

Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering in London has shared a list of celebrities with MailOnline to highlight the breadth of appeal of engineering.

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4th Year Process Engineering PMG Design Workshop

4th Year Process Engineering PMG Design Workshop

  • 30 Jan 2015

Active Engagement with Industry and Tomorrow’s Process Engineers

PM Group believe that engaging the engineers of tomorrow is vital to their future and the Cork Office has been reaching out to local engineering courses, showing students the impact and challenges that their careers can bring. 

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Eli Lilly to sponsor Irish chemical engineering students

Eli Lilly to sponsor Irish chemical engineering students

  • 27 Nov 2014

On Monday the 24th of November, representatives from Eli Lilly and each of the Chemical Engineering degrees across the island of Ireland (UCC , QUB, CIT, UL, UCD) gathered in University College Cork along with 1st year students from CIT and UCC  to launch the 5 years IChemE student membership sponsorship.

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Great Graduates!

Great Graduates!

  • 30 Oct 2014

Our BE (Hons) Process & Chemical Engineering Class of 2014 were conferred with their degree parchments on Tuesday, 28th October 2014. The Irish Examiner printed this great photo of a few of the class on Wednesday, 29th October. What a fantastic looking group of Engineers they all are!

 

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Kevin Gibson Nominated for IChemE Young Engineer of the Year Award YET AGAIN!

Kevin Gibson Nominated for IChemE Young Engineer of the Year Award YET AGAIN!

  • 09 Sep 2014

Kevin Gibson Nominated for IChemE Young Engineer of the Year Award YET AGAIN!

Kevin Gibson (Class of 2011) has been shortlisted for the IChemE Young Chemical Engineer of the Year Award for the THIRD YEAR IN A ROW!!!

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Katherine Condon is awarded the Joe Gantly Prize for Engineering at the UCC Annual Prize Giving 2014

Katherine Condon is awarded the Joe Gantly Prize for Engineering at the UCC Annual Prize Giving 2014

  • 21 May 2014

The late Joe Gantly, who was a Civil Engineering graduate of Trinity College Dublin, made a significant contribution to industry and education in the Cork area. He served as Director of European Operations at Apple Computers, President of Cork Chamber, Chairman of the Cork Airport Authority and as a Governor of UCC.

In order to commemorate his contribution to Cork’s business community (and to UCC), Cork Chamber has kindly donated a sum of €1,500 per annum to establish the Joe Gantly Prize in Engineering. The prize will be awarded each year to the Best Student(s) on the Work Placement module in the BE (Hons) programmes at UCC.

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FUNDED PhD Position Available - apply now!

FUNDED PhD Position Available - apply now!

  • 13 May 2014

PhD Position Available - Innovative process technologies for the fresh produce industry "innoFresh"

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FUNDED MEng Position Available - apply now!

FUNDED MEng Position Available - apply now!

  • 13 May 2014

MEng Position Available - Development of risk assessment tools of package/product systems for a safe and sustainable food chain "RISKTOOLS"

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Don't miss out!! Applications are now being taken for the PG Diploma / MEngSc Pharmaceutical & Biopharmaceutical Engineering

Don't miss out!! Applications are now being taken for the PG Diploma / MEngSc Pharmaceutical & Biopharmaceutical Engineering

  • 29 Apr 2014

Applications are now being taken for the part-time PG Diploma / MEngSc in Pharmaceutical & Biopharmaceutical Engineering via www.pac.ie. The course is designed as a formal educational qualification in areas of particular concern to the bio/pharmaceutical industry, such as product containment, powder/particle technology, design of API and secondary production facilities, current Good Manufacturing Practice (cGMP), design of classified facilities, aseptic processing facility design and validation.

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Engineering IS the Future!

Engineering IS the Future!

  • 15 Apr 2014

Listen to what Engineers say about careers in Engineering! Great job prospects, fantastic salaries, interesting and varied careers, and a chance to make the world a better place ... what are you waiting for? Choose CK601 for Process & Chemical; CK602 for Civil & Environmental; CK603 for Energy and CK605 for Electrical & Electronic and start your future TODAY!

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More Engineers are Needed!

More Engineers are Needed!

  • 02 Apr 2014

There will be an expected 2.74 million job openings in engineering companies in the years up to 2020, with 1.86 million of those needing people with engineering skills...

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1st Year Engineering Students visit Eli Lilly

1st Year Engineering Students visit Eli Lilly

  • 05 Mar 2014

Some of the School of Engineering students from Process & Chemical, Civil, Energy, and Electrical & Electronic Engineering, who are taking PE1003 Introduction to Process & Chemical Engineering, visited Eli Lilly's plant in Dunderrow, Kinsale, Co Cork with their lecturer Dr Denis Ring, on Tuesday 4th March 2014.

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The 2nd Annual Engineering & Industry Open Day will take place in the School of Engineering - L1, Electrical Engineering Building - at 1pm on Thursday, 13th March 2014.

The 2nd Annual Engineering & Industry Open Day will take place in the School of Engineering - L1, Electrical Engineering Building - at 1pm on Thursday, 13th March 2014.

  • 04 Mar 2014

With a distinguished speaker line-up and poster presentations from our final year students in Electrical & Electronic, Energy and Process & Chemical Engineering, the Second Engineering and Industry Open Day will be well worth a visit. To register, please email Anne-Marie McSweeney on a.mcsweeney@ucc.ie

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James McBrien of Shell to speak to School of Engineering

James McBrien of Shell to speak to School of Engineering

  • 26 Feb 2014

James McBrien of Shell will speak to staff and students of the School of Engineering, UCC on Friday, 7th March at 12:00 in Boole 3. He will talk about the Oil & Gas/Petrochemical industry and conduct a workshop on Natural Gas Field Development Considerations.

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Engineering Salary Survey - What are you worth?

Engineering Salary Survey - What are you worth?

  • 24 Feb 2014

Recruitment consultants Morgan McKinley have just published an Engineering salary survey for 2014. Read on for more ...

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UCC Postgraduate Open Day 2014

UCC Postgraduate Open Day 2014

  • 28 Jan 2014

The UCC Postgraduate Open Day 2014 will take place in Devere Hall, Student Centre on Tuesday, 4th February from 11.00 am until 3.00 pm. 

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President of UCC Appoints Nabeel Riza as the New Head of the School of Engineering

President of UCC Appoints Nabeel Riza as the New Head of the School of Engineering

  • 06 Jan 2014

UCC President Dr. Michael Murphy (Photo: Right) has appointed Nabeel Riza, UCC Chair Professor of Electrical & Electronic  Engineering (EEE) & former EEE Dept Head 2011-2013, as the new Head of the School of Engineering (SoE) effective June 2013.

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UCC President Marks the Occasion of the Publication of a New Text Book from the School of Engineering

UCC President Marks the Occasion of the Publication of a New Text Book from the School of Engineering

  • 06 Jan 2014

UCC President Michael Murphy with Prof Nabeel Riza marking the occassion of the Publication of Prof Riza's new text book. 

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School of Engineering Gathering December 2013

School of Engineering Gathering December 2013

  • 06 Jan 2014

School of Engineering Gathering December 2013

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Brian Nation kicks off the 2013/2014 Process & Chemical Engineering Lecture Series

Brian Nation kicks off the 2013/2014 Process & Chemical Engineering Lecture Series

  • 10 Dec 2013

On Monday, 2nd December 2013 at 5pm, in Room 247 of the Food Science Building, Brian Nation, Master Distiller of Jameson at Irish Distillers Ltd, who is based at the expanding Midleton Distillery was the first invited speaker of the 2013/2014 Process & Chemical Engineering Lecture Series.

Brian spoke to students and staff about exciting times for Irish Distillers, current growth and future plans, and the importance of distillation.

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Another Class Graduates!

Another Class Graduates!

  • 02 Dec 2013

On Wednesday, 30th October 2013, another great class of BE (Hons) Process & Chemical Engineering Graduates were awarded their degrees at the UCC Conferrings. Congratulations!

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Katherine Condon wins Joe Gantly Prize 2013

Katherine Condon wins Joe Gantly Prize 2013

  • 22 Nov 2013

THE JOE GANTLY PRIZE IN ENGINEERING 2013

The late Joe Gantly, who was a Civil Engineering graduate of Trinity College Dublin, made a significant contribution to industry and education in the Cork area. He served as Director of European Operations at Apple Computers, President of Cork Chamber, Chairman of the Cork Airport Authority and as a Governor of UCC.

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2008 Class Reunion

2008 Class Reunion

  • 25 Sep 2013

The Process & Chemical Engineering Class of 2008 held a 5-year reunion on Saturday, 21st September 2013. 

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Kevin Gibson Nominated for IChemE Young Engineer of the Year Award AGAIN!

Kevin Gibson Nominated for IChemE Young Engineer of the Year Award AGAIN!

  • 25 Sep 2013

Kevin Gibson Nominated for IChemE Young Engineer of the Year Award AGAIN!

Kevin Gibson (Class of 2011) has been shortlisted for the IChemE Young Chemical Engineer of the Year Award for the second year in a row!!! 

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UCC - Process & Chemical Engineering Student Wins Novartis BioCamp 2013

UCC - Process & Chemical Engineering Student Wins Novartis BioCamp 2013

  • 04 Sep 2013

Novartis Ringaskiddy represented with distinction among gathering of global talents

Novartis Ringaskiddy is delighted to reveal that Stephen Fahy, a Process and Chemical Engineering student in UCC, one of two representatives selected to represent Novartis Ringaskiddy was a member of the winning team for BioCamp 2013.

Stephen along fellow UCC representative William Byrne, a PhD Scholar with Cork Cancer Research Centre were identified by Novartis following a selection process earlier this year. Stephen has also recently completed a university placement within Novartis Ringaskiddy. 

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