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Photo (L-R): UCC's EPA Research Call 2023 Awardees - Professor Edmond Byrne,  Dr Noreen Byrne, Dr Tracy Bradfield, Dr Archishman Bose, Dr Aaron Lim, Dr Niall Dunphy, Dr Michelle McKeown and Dr Paul Holloway. Image credit: Ruben Martinez (UCC TV).
22 Feb 2024

School of Engineering Researchers amongst UCC's researchers awarded 3.7m Euro in the EPA Research Call Awards

Prof Edmond Byrne, Dr Niall Dunphy and Dr Archishman Bose are among the 8 UCC Researchers awarded 3.7m in the 2023 Environmental Protection Agency Research Call Awards.  Funded research covers a wide range of areas covering climate change, the natural environment, the green and circular economy, and the environment and human health.  UCC is the highest performing institute in the EPA Research Call Awards 2023.      
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Pictured l to r: Dr Fatemeh Kavousi, School of Engineering Outreach Committee, Laura Mehigan, Orsted, Stephen Judd, Arcadia, Emmet Horgan, Analog, Daniel Maguire, Eli Lily, Professor Jorge Oliveira, Head, School of Engineering and Catherine Sheridan, Chartered Engineer.
09 Feb 2024

10th School of Engineering Industry and Careers Day

We were delighted to welcome 300 fifth and sixth year students from schools all over Munster to our 10th Industry and Careers Open Day. With a fantastic line up of speakers and attentive and interested students it was a very successful day.  Professor of Energy Engineering, Hannah Daly,  opened the event, welcomed the students to our campus and gave an overview of the talks ahead. The event was closed by Head of School, Professor Jorge Oliveira  
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01 Feb 2024

UCC hosts Munster Finals of LEGO League

Students and teachers from schools across Munster gathered in University College Cork (UCC) on Saturday, 27 January for the Cork region Finals of the FIRST® LEGO® League. The FIRST® LEGO® League is a major global programme that introduces science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) to secondary school children through fun, hands-on learning. The competition challenges young people to design, build, and programme robots using LEGO. First LEGO League offers a fun way to engage STEM, weaving soft skills into real world scenario's that require coding, researching and presentations across four judging criteria.  Students were judged across four areas, presentation on an Innovation Project, discussing their Robot Design and Strategy, performance at the Robot Game and Core Values. The FIRST® LEGO® League is a collaboration between LearnIT, the UCC School of Engineering and Engineers without Borders Student Society, with the direct support from Qualcomm.
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Olivia receiving her award from UKNC chairman, Professor Rob Martin. 
18 Jan 2024

SOE Student awarded best poster presentation at UKNC Conference, Glasgow

Congratulations to Olivia Shortall who won the best student poster presentation award at the recent U.K. Nitrides Consortium Annual Winter Conference in Glasgow.  The award was for her work on the Spectroscopy of BAlGaN quantum wells, which is a novel material option for the production of high efficiency ultraviolet light emitting diodes (LEDs).  Olivia is a first year PhD Electronic Engineering student undertaking her research in the Tyndall National Institute under the supervision of Prof Peter Parbrook and Dr Stefan Schulz. The work is funded by Science Foundation Ireland through the Frontiers for the Future Programme.    
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