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  • Institutes of Technology Ireland | Interactive Applications Software & Networks (GameCORE)
    Ireland Homecoming Study Programme About IHSP Programme Contact Us Developed in conjunction with Ext Joom com Interactive Applications Software Networks GameCORE GAMEcore at IT Carlow carries out research in software development and networking architecture for interactive applications The research focuses on a number of applications including Networks Games Engines Serious Games for Strategy Sports and Health GameCORE has received 1 3mn in funding primarily through Enterprise Ireland IRCSET Higher Education

    Original URL path: http://www.ioti.ie/rdi/research-and-innovation-activity-across-the-institutes/1004 (2016-02-11)
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  • Institutes of Technology Ireland | Social Media Research Group
    Institutes Ontario Students Homecoming Study Programme Ireland Homecoming Study Programme About IHSP Programme Contact Us Developed in conjunction with Ext Joom com Social Media Research Group Established in 2007 the Social Media Research Group SMRG consists of academics and postgraduate students who are conducting research in a wide spectrum of projects under the Social Media umbrella Projects range from those which extend the theoretical foundations of Social Media to those

    Original URL path: http://www.ioti.ie/rdi/research-and-innovation-activity-across-the-institutes/3011 (2016-02-11)
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  • Institutes of Technology Ireland | BioExplore Cluster
    Students Homecoming Study Programme Ireland Homecoming Study Programme About IHSP Programme Contact Us Developed in conjunction with Ext Joom com BioExplore Cluster CIT s BioExplore Research Cluster is a multidisciplinary research facility which carries out convergent research for the biopharmachem sector BioExplore brings together researchers from several disciplines including Biological Sciences Chemistry Maths Chemistry The focus of research at BioExplore includes Diagnostics bio analysis identification and chemical characterisation of biological toxins Virology and microbiology Antimicrobial screening Bio informatics peptide engineering identify new genes predict new protein structures and even to design new and improved drugs Since 2006 researchers at BioExplore have delivered over 100 peer reviewed applications contributed to 5 book chapters filed 6 patents and has membership of several international research organisations The Centre collaborates with companies in the Cork region and also with other academic research institutions International collaborators include the University of Pune India The BioExplore Centre was awarded 3 8mn in funding through the Programme for Research in Third Level Institutions to lead a collaborative Centre for Research in Advanced Therapeutic Engineering in partnership with UCC and Teagasc National Priority Area Therapeutic Synthesis Formulation Processing and Drug Delivery Food for Health Institution Cork Institute of Technology

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  • Institutes of Technology Ireland | Eco-Innovation Research Centre (EIRC)
    Homecoming Study Programme About IHSP Programme Contact Us Developed in conjunction with Ext Joom com Eco Innovation Research Centre EIRC The Eco Innovation Research Centre at WIT is concerned with understanding and developing environmentally sustainable products and services The focus of the EIRC includes the following Sustainable Forestry Research wood energy vegetation management invasive species management both traditional novel control methods including biological control Molecular Ecology Research development of DNA identification techniques for mammals population analysis of Pine Martens in Ireland Sustainable Marine Research bioremediation of toxic heavy metal species using seaweed biomass environmental bio monitoring isolation of bioactive compounds from sustainable marine sources Agri Food and Sustainable Agriculture Research exploitation of novel bioactive molecules in human and animal health applications biofuel research agri environmental management The centre attracts funding from the European Commission the Irish Research Council COFORD Teagasc and the Department of Agriculture Food and the Marine National Priority Area Sustainable Food Production and Processing Marine and Renewable Energy Food for Health Institution Waterford Institute of Technology Dr Peter McLoughlin Principal Investigator EIRC Waterford Institute of Technology T 353 0 51 302 029 E This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it Dr Helen Hughes EIRC Waterford Institute of Technology T 353 0 51 302 064 E This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it Dr Nick McCarthy Waterford Institute of Technology T 353 0 51 302 646 E This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it Mr Tom Kent Waterford Institute of Technology T 353 0 51 302 E This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it Dr Eleanor Owens Waterford Institute of Technology T 353 0 51 302

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  • Institutes of Technology Ireland | Shannon Applied Biotechnology Centre (Shannon ABC)
    and brings together expertise in food and natural products at both Institutes The mission of the Shannon ABC is to drive develop and deliver valuable integrated approaches to solving problems associated with the better utilisation of natural materials and the novel bio resources that they contain The centre focuses on the following aspects of research innovation Natural product utilisation development of innovative ingredients and biological products from natural resources Bioactivity screening to identify lead molecules for drug development and value added food Fermentation State of the art processes to obtain flavour and medicinal products Mammalian cell culture and bio processing The centre has ongoing research programs in the areas of marine biotechnology yeast derived ingredients prebiotics and bioprocess technology the exploration of natural products for novel bioactive substances of value to Healthcare Pharmaceutical Biopharmaceutical Food Cosmetics Agricultural Environmental Diagnostic and Bio Energy Industries and for Bioprocess development and optimisation Shannon ABC has been awarded over 9 million in funding since 2008 Shannon ABC is the coordinating partner in a project funded under the EU Knowledge Based Bio Economy KBBE Shannon ABC currently comprises 22 research staff and 16 research students Outputs include 1 spin out company and 4 Invention Disclosures

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  • Institutes of Technology Ireland | Radio Frequency Technology Centre
    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 Radio Frequency Technology Centre The Radio Frequency Technology Centre at ITT Dublin carries out applied research in wireless technology The research focuses on Wireless design services and Electromagnetic Compatibility EMC regulatory expertise including test and measurement equipment for EMC specialized hardware test beds Source pull analysis of RF low noise amplifiers for use in low energy wireless systems Main Subject Technology Areas Wireless sensor networks ultra low energy communications devices and RF pre compliance Wireless design services and Electromagnetic Compatibility EMC regulatory expertise at the circuit level and specialized hardware test beds thus reducing development costs and time to market Test and measurement equipment for EMC Research is carried out in partnership with local companies supported by Enterprise Ireland innovation voucher and innovation partnership schemes National Priority Area Future Networks and Communications Institution Institute of Technology

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  • Institutes of Technology Ireland | Wireless Sensor Applied Research Laboratory (WiSAR) and Epicentre
    Research WiSAR Lab is an Applied Research Enhancement ARE Centre funded by Enterprise Ireland with a focus on less Sensor Networks particularly Body Area Networks BAN and the application of Wireless Sensor Networks for energy efficiency in buildings WiSAR is underpinned by the EpiCentre a technology centre which works in partnership with companies to address practical industrial problems with particular emphasis on embedded systems and wireless technology Current research interests include Design and analysis of the MAC and Routing Protocols for use in a BAN and evaluation of protocols performance in real BAN testbeds and simulated environments Design of wireless sensor technology for networks medical and environmental monitoring and control Development of the interaction between the body area network and external wireless networks Deployment of test beds for RF and protocol testing on the body and the office environment The research is applied in collaboration with local companies for application in medical devices health monitoring elderly monitoring disability assistance sports and entertainment The WiSAR Lab attends the IEEE 802 15 6 Working Group which is developing a standard for BAN s The research is funded through Enterprise Ireland and Intertrade Ireland and has received 2 6mn in funding since 2006

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  • Institutes of Technology Ireland | Centre for Enterprise Development & Regional Economy; Research in Innovation, Knowledge & Organisational Networks (RIKON); AIB Business & Finance Research Group
    Us Developed in conjunction with Ext Joom com Centre for Enterprise Development Regional Economy Research in Innovation Knowledge Organisational Networks RIKON AIB Business Finance Research Group Research in Economics Business and Management at WIT is organised around the following groups Centre for Enterprise Development and Regional Economy CEDRE Entrepreneurs and entrepreneurship owner managers enterprise creation development growth and internationalisation enterprise policy entrepreneurial regions technology and knowledge transfer family enterprises high potential start ups clustering of related businesses and services regional innovation clusters social entrepreneurship regional economy Research in Innovation Knowledge and Organisational Networks RIKON An applied research centre specialising in knowledge management and knowledge transfer in supporting innovation and business multi industry service innovation models and processes organisational network and collaborative innovation models and structures AIB Centre for Finance and Business Research Small firm finance government and corporate responsibility behavioural finance and capital markets personal finance Research in Innovation in Services and Business Processes is funded from a variety of sources including Enterprise Ireland EU Interreg Programmes Irish Research Council and private enterprise National Priority Area Innovation in Services and Business Processes Institution Waterford Institute of Technology Prof Bill O Gorman CEDRE Waterford Institute of Technology T 353 0 51

    Original URL path: http://www.ioti.ie/rdi/research-and-innovation-activity-across-the-institutes/988 (2016-02-11)
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