As part of an on-going research collaboration between Dr Ian Grout of the Department of Electronic and Computer Engineering and Professor Alexandre César Rodrigues da Silva of the Faculdade de Enge
A 2-day short-course titled “Selected Topics in Mixed-signal IC Design” was facilitated by Circuits & Systems Research group (CSRC) within the Dept.
Awards sponsored by Analog Devices were made to three top performing LM118 Electronic & Computer Engineering students from the Department of Electronic & Computer Engineering, University of
The Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET) was glad to announce invited speaker Professor Dan Toal to its recently held IET Limerick lecture at the University of Limerick.
Pictured are the 2018-19 Third-year BE in Electronic & Computer Engineering (LM118) Class on their Field Trip to ESB Ardnacrusha Power Station in Co. Clare, on Thursday, 4th April 2019.
Congratulations to our E&CE students who were announced winners of the Customer APP UX/UI DELL Project at DEL this week.
The Centre for Robotics & Intelligent Systems (CRIS) unveiled a unique €2-million underwater robot at the docks in Limerick city Monday 23rd April.
The 12th International Conference on Sensing Technology (ICST 2018) was organised and chaired by Dr Thomas Newe from ECE from the 4th to the 6th December 2018.
The Centre for Marine Robotics and Intelligent Systems at UL (www.CRIS.ul.ie) integrated their advanced marine robot systems – ROV Étaín with specialist laser i
Recently Dr. Van de Ven (pictured left) was successful in a competitive UK Medical Research Council funding bid.
A workshop on EU-Funded Marine Robotics and Applications (EMRA) 2018 took place on June 12-13th 2018 at the University of Limerick.
ECE academics Dr Martin Hayes, Professor Dan Toal and Dr Tom Newe are now Funded Investigators in the new Confirm Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) Smart Manufacturing Research Centre.