Speaking with the Limerick Leader, Professor John Nelson and Dr Pepijn Van De Ven of the Department of Electronic and Computer Engineering (E&CE) give their insight as to why they spotted the o
While there may be a high level understanding of the processes which support life, there are still many unanswered questions at the deeper molecular level.
E&CE Head, Martin Hayes, has participated on the EU commission working group for the development of the new Digital Skills charter for Europe, a precursor to the Digital Europe programme 2021-2
E&CE staff members, Martin Hayes, Tom Newe, and Dan Toal were delighted to have been part of the UL team that were involved in the discussions and preparation of the successful “Future Mobility
In Autumn Semester 2019, the E&CE department joined AWS Academy, an Amazon Web Services (AWS) program that provides higher education institutions with a ready-to-teach cloud computing curriculu
The European edition of the IEEE Oceans conference which was held 17th-20th June 2019, and featured Centre for Robotics & Intelligent Systems (CRIS), Senior Research Fellow, Edin Omerdic (pict
Political representatives from over 30 small island nations, global leaders and more than 750 delegates attended Ocean Wealth Summit 2019 from 9-10 June at City Hall, Cork.
MaREI researchers Petar Trslic (CRIS,UL) and Luke Robinson (CRIS,UL) presented two papers at OCEANS 2019 in Seattle.
On Wednesday, December 4th, the Shannon Region Conference and Sports Bureau in partnership with Failte Ireland held the 2019 Conference Ambassador Awards at Dromoland Castle.
MaREI researcher Gerard Dooly and PhD Student Luke Fitzgerald participated at Breaking the Surface workshop (funded researchers in CRIS, UL).
Professor Hussain Mahdi (pictured left) was an invited speaker for the opening keynote of the 4th IEEE International Conference on Emerging Trends in Engineering, Sciences and Technology ‐
The World Sensors Summit (WSS) 2019 was held in Zhengzhou, China from November 9th to 11th. E&CE’s Prof.