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  • Institutes of Technology Ireland | The Telecommunications Systems and Software Group (TSSG) including FAME Strategic Research Cluster and the Mobile Services Technology Gateway (MSTG)
    is being at heart of the re imagining of services through which we live our day to day lives This re imagining is powered and enabled by the network i e the Internet and delivered by new mobile web and network services and enabling distributed service platforms and infrastructure The core focus of TSSG s research is the Service thus TSSG researches SDN from the perspective of the new services it enables and TSSG researches data mining and analytics from the perspective of data driven services i e new services that are possible as a result of big data research TSSG also leads the FAME Strategic Research Cluster funded through Science Foundation Ireland and involving multi national partners such as Cisco IBM Alcatel Lucent and EMC Research in communications software is characterized by the convergence of a number of industries including Internet technologies telecommunications broadcasting and home entertainment in the use of TCP IP networks to deliver services over wireline and wireless networks The TSSG links academic and industrial research through a balanced portfolio of activity in Basic Research HEA and Science Foundation Ireland funded Applied Research EU and FP7 funded and Commercial activity Enterprise Ireland funded The basic and applied research challenges currently addressed by TSSG s portfolio of projects include Network and service management Bio inspired techniques for distributed resource allocation Molecular and nano communications Ubiquitous network connectivity and mobility Security through trust dependability and data management Creation deployment of pervasive services Acquisition Analysis and Sharing of Context and Location information Data mining and social computing User centred design and user experience analysis Communications service delivery platforms including IMS The TSSG s industry engagement activities are managed through the Mobile Services Technology Gateway MSTG an applied research centre funded through Enterprise Ireland The centre has broad collaborations both

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  • Institutes of Technology Ireland | Biosciences Research Institute (BRI)
    areas 1 ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH Underpinning Disciplines microbiology toxicology cyto geno eco and nanotoxicology parasitology analytical chemistry cell culture and molecular biology Smart Specialization Areas Water processing technologies novel and established Real time detection and novel destruction of waterborne parasites and microbes including Cryptosporidium Detection and monitoring environmental impact of pharmaceutically active compounds Bioremediation 2 AGRI FOOD MARINE Underpinning Disciplines reflects the background and specialisations in microbiology food science nutrition biotechnology toxicology molecular biology hospitality Smart Specialization Areas a Food for Health Bioactives and functional foods animal gut health Food formulation flavour cuisine Microbial detection Novel processing technologies b Agriculture and Marine Research Novel plant seed delivery systems Abiotic fertilizers Novel processing farmed fish and seafood Detection of microbial pathogens and toxicants 3 HUMAN HEALTH R D is framed around Food for Health Medical Devices Diagnostics and Therapeutics Synthesis Formulation Processing and Drug Delivery R D is centred on optimising the diversity of needs of specialist populations Smart Specialization Areas Bioactives and functional foods Dental and Veterinary Novel polymeric medical devices healing of burns replacement of meniscus knee irritable bowel syndrome Detection of microbial infections healthcare Novel processing technologies Aggression and violence from mental health perspective Audiology Cancer Research oncology to prevention strategies Health Educational factors Economic Development 4 ANIMAL HEALTH Smart Specialization Areas Rapid detection prevention and control of problematical bacterial and parasitic diseases in animals companion and herd Novel therapeutics such as preventing fatal equine haemorrhaging to novel controlled release delivery food and mineral systems for animals Novel decontamination of contact surfaces and air in veterinary practices Smart device innovations for vet applications also include novel means of artificial insemination 5 PHARMA BIOPHARMA Reflects the background capabilities and specialisations of staff in the domains of life and physical science specializing in Therapeutics Synthesis Formulation Processing and Drug Delivery Diagnostics

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  • Institutes of Technology Ireland | Centre for Advanced Photonics and Process Analysis (CAPPA)
    in conjunction with Ext Joom com Centre for Advanced Photonics and Process Analysis CAPPA The Centre for Advanced Photonics and Process Analysis CAPPA is an Applied Research Centre supported by Enterprise Ireland and based at Cork IT also with laboratories at the Tyndall National Institute CAPPA is engaged in two streams of research an ongoing programme of applied research and also a programme of industry led research Specific research interests are Dynamics of novel semiconductor materials and devices optical probing techniques to study the ultrafast sub picosecond carrier dynamics of semiconductor materials and modelling of resulting device structures for applications in telecommunications remote sensing and healthcare Optical design of novel light sources or sensors for advanced manufacturing in the pharmaceutical med tech and food industry CAPPA has been awarded approximately 7mn from diverse national and EU programmes The Centre is a leader of a Marie Curie Initial Training Network which will train 14 PhD and 5 Postdoctoral researchers across Europe CAPPA has 13 fulltime research staff and 7 PhD students The Centre also has an extensive network of collaborators including the Integrated NanoMaterials Core Lab at UCLA PiFAS a Science Foundation Ireland funded Strategic Research Cluster and over 20 Irish

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  • Institutes of Technology Ireland | Centre for Applied Science for Health (CASH)
    Centre for Applied Science for Health CASH Medical research at IT Tallaght is concentrated in the Centre of Applied Science for Health C A S H The Centre incorporates a number of complementary research groups centres including Centre for Research in Electroanalytical Techniques CREATE Microsensors for Clinical Research and Analysis MiCRA Centre of Microbial Host Interactions CMHI Centre for Pharmaceutical Research and Development CPRD Biomedical Research Group Bioengineering Technology Centre and Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Institute NMRics at IT Tallaght These groups bring expertise from several disciplines including electrochemistry material science pharmacology microbiology and mechanical engineering The focus of research at CASH is Strategies for Combating Difficult and Antimicrobial Resistant Pathogens processes of microbial adhesion and infection into human tissues Biomedical devices design and fabrication of biological sensors Translational Molecular Cell Biology use of sophisticated proteomic mRNA miRNA protein expression profiles to aid detection and monitoring of responses to cancer On an ongoing basis the CASH Centre collaborates with Dublin City University NUI Maynooth and the Adelaide Meath and National Children s hospital AMNCH CASH has been awarded 21mn in research funding between 2006 and 2010 It has published over 50 peer reviewed papers since 2009 and has been granted three

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  • Institutes of Technology Ireland | Medical Engineering Design and Innovation Centre (MEDIC)
    innovation activity across the Institutes Ontario Students Homecoming Study Programme Ireland Homecoming Study Programme About IHSP Programme Contact Us Developed in conjunction with Ext Joom com Medical Engineering Design and Innovation Centre MEDIC MEDIC is a 4mn industry led applied research centre that specialises in medical technologies from the proof of concept stage through to commercialisation The centre draws expertise from a number of areas within the Institute including the Departments of Mechanical Biomedical Manufacturing and Electronics engineering as well as Applied Physics and Instrumentation The MEDIC Centre is concerned with the development commercialisation of Smart Medical Devices for Assistive Rehabilitation specifically focussing on three main applications Orthopaedics development of intramedullary nailing platform Assistive rehabilitation motion analysis and pressure mapping to assess patients with motion deficits Regenerative and Therapeutic Medicine development of biomaterials e g development of bone void filler materials The centre is highly commercial in focus engaging with local clinicians to test concepts in pulmonary and cardiothoracic applications and to determine if these concepts are viable for further development MEDIC also engages with industry on projects concerning R D product development and validation Since 2008 MEDIC has filed 4 Patent applications developed 2 license agreements and made 6

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  • Institutes of Technology Ireland | Pharmaceutical and Molecular Biotechnology Research Centre (PMBRC)
    is an applied research centre specialising in the area of pharmaceutical science and technology The focus of research at the PMBRC is Novel polymeric drug delivery technologies ocular transdermal and injectable drug delivery platforms Pre formulation and materials characterisation characterisation of active pharmaceutical ingredients and excipients linking their properties to product and manufacturing process performance Novel process and sensor technologies integration of molecularly imprinted polymers MIPs with novel sensor technologies for the highly sensitive and selective analysis of complex mixtures Molecular biotechnology Microbial genetics metagenomics and biotransformation research Chromatography and separations science Microemulsion chemistry and molecularly imprinted polymers MIPs to improve the resolution of complex mixtures Biomedical R D Analysis of biomarkers for cancer vascular health obesity diabetes and bone health The PMBRC is funded by a number of sources including Enterprise Ireland Science Foundation Ireland FP7 Ireland Wales Programme 2007 2013 and directly from industry The centre has received over 10m between 2006 and 2010 Since 2009 the Centre has had 68 peer reviewed publications filed 5 patents and made over 10 invention disclosures It has several national and international collaborations including Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland Materials and Surface Science Institute at University of Limerick and Welsh

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  • Institutes of Technology Ireland | Centre for Language Acquisition Research
    find out more cookie settings HIDE THIS MESSAGE Home About Us About Us Spotlight Institute IOTI Details Research Support Office Links News Latest News News Archive Events Gallery Research Innovation Research development and innovation at a glance Delivering impact for industry Research and innovation activity across the Institutes Ontario Students Homecoming Study Programme Ireland Homecoming Study Programme About IHSP Programme Contact Us Developed in conjunction with Ext Joom com Centre for Language Acquisition Research The Centre for Language and Cultural Sustainability at IT Tralee focuses on the study of bilingualism and multilingualism and the development of knowledge of second language and third acquisition in naturalistic and instructional contexts The Centre also carries out research on the intergenerational transmission of language music dance folklore and the agency of education in sustainability Collaborators include Trinity College Dublin University College Dublin University of Haifa Israel and University of Strasbourg The research is funded through COGG An Chomhairle um Oideachas Gaeltachta Gaelscolaíochta IRCHSS and Údarás na Gaeltachta Outputs include 3 books 25 book chapters and 25 journal articles National Priority Area Digital Platforms Content and Applications Institution Institute of Technology Tralee Dr Muiris O Laoire Centre for Language Acquisition Research Institute of Technology Tralee

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  • Institutes of Technology Ireland | Faculty of Creative Arts; Centre for Creative Technologies and Applications and Centre for Public Cultures
    Developed in conjunction with Ext Joom com Faculty of Creative Arts Centre for Creative Technologies and Applications and Centre for Public Cultures Research and innovation at the Institute of Art Design and Technology is built around the Institute s core expertise of Art Design and Technology The Faculty of Creative Arts brings expertise in areas relating to digital media Specifically it delivers innovation projects in the following areas Creative Arts and Media Theory and Practice Digital technology communications Dynamic visualisation technology Visual and material cultures design and visual culture Outputs from the Faculty of Creative Arts include 26 peer reviewed publications 1 book 30 productions and 21 national and international exhibitions Work has been funded from a range of sources including National Digital Research Centre Enterprise Ireland Enterprise Ireland and EU Programmes Researchers have strong collaborations with the digital media industry The Centre for Creative Technologies and Applications CCTA carries out research and innovation projects to understand and contribute to the interaction between people and technology The research has numberous applications including Gaming Multimedia Psychology eLearning Assistive Technologies Teaching and Learning eBusiness and emerging disciplines such as cyberpsychology CCTA Research in Cyberpsychology is underpinned by the VLAB an immersive virtual reality system The system immerses users in ambionic sounds and high end 3D graphic environments projected on four walls It uses a wireless motion tracking system to support research in Cyberpsychology and cognitive studies Real time visualisation and interaction High end interactive graphics The research has been supported with funding from Enterprise Ireland and EU Programmes Outputs from the centre include 44 peer reviewed publications 8 books and 6 book chapters The Centre for Public Cultures at IADT carries out research and dissemination into a number of areas relating to citizenship and the society National Priority Area Digital Platforms Content

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