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  • Institutes of Technology Ireland | Centre for Renewable Energy (CREDIT)
    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 Renewable Energy CREDIT CREDIT School of Engineering The Centre for Renewable Energy at Dundalk Institute of Technology is primarily concerned with applied research and industrially viable research activities in the area of Renewable Energy CREDIT s research is focussed as follows Wind energy Small and medium wind energy systems and their design Energy storage Renewable Energy storage with specific expertise in operating an autoproduction facility Bioenergy marine bioenergy and biodiesel testing Renewable energy research facilities include a Vestas V52 850 Wind turbine and a 500KWh Electricity storage facility The Centre has received 2 5mn in funding since 2008 has filed 2 patents authored several industry reports and contributed to 4 book chapters CREDIT is primarily funded through Enterprise Ireland Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland SEAI and EU INTERREG Programme National Priority Area Marine and Renewable Energy Institution Dundalk Institute

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  • Institutes of Technology Ireland | Centre for the Integration of Sustainable Energy Technologies (CiSET)
    Programme Contact Us Developed in conjunction with Ext Joom com Centre for the Integration of Sustainable Energy Technologies CiSET The Centre for the Integration of Sustainable Energy Technologies CiSET at GMIT explores sustainable technologies that encompass energy demand and supply for a range of applications that include the built environment domestic and commercial and other industrial applications such as agriculture and aquaculture CiSET works at the interface between research education the sustainable energy industry consumers and policy makers and carries out applied research and product development in the following areas Benchmarking performance of sustainable energy systems under Irish maritime climate conditions against international test standards Solar thermal collectors solar PV collectors heat pumps and micro wind turbines under Irish Maritime Climate conditions Optimising the potential of these systems to supply energy researching best practice for their integration and use and methodologies for maximising energy efficiency and recovery Methods for integrating these technologies within various applications buildings agriculture and aquaculture industries to generate low energy buildings and green industries Awareness of sustainable energy technologies and their performance characteristics on site and on line demonstration publication seminars and training CiSET s research is funded through Enterprise Ireland and Sustainable Energy Authority Ireland

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  • Institutes of Technology Ireland | Marine and Freshwater Research Centre
    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 Marine and Freshwater Research Centre Research and innovation at the Marine and Freshwater Research Centre at GMIT focuses its research and innovation on the sustainable management and conservation of aquatic resources and marine ecosystems The research is relevant to aquaculture and the sustainable management of commercial fisheries and also is concerned with the conservation of marine and freshwater biodiversity Specific expertise includes the following Sustainable management of fisheries including population dynamics and fish stock management management strategy evaluation and discarding practices in European demersal fisheries Aquaculture techniques energy efficient technologies in aquaculture and optimisation of growth and survival Innovative technologies to optimise finfish shellfish industry Development of stress and immune biomarkers Conservation of marine and freshwater biodiversity marine bio diversity assessment etc Environmental toxicology in vitro cell culture techniques in invertebrates The research has been funded through HEA Marine Institute Bord Iascaigh Mhara Enterprise Ireland and European Programmes Outputs include over 60 peer reviewed publications since 2006 The Marine and Freshwater Centre is also a participating member of MARES Marine Ecosystem

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  • Institutes of Technology Ireland | Renewable Energy Management, Environmental Monitoring and Built Environment Research Centre (REMEMBER)
    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 Renewable Energy Management Environmental Monitoring and Built Environment Research Centre REMEMBER The REMEMBER Centre based at Limerick Institute of Technology focuses on the development of embedded control systems for applications in environmental monitoring energy management and integrated renewable energy systems The Centre is part of the Dept of Electrical Electronic Engineering at LIT which offered Ireland s first undergraduate degree programme in Renewable Energy Research equipment includes small scale wind turbines solar PV panels solar thermal heat pumps geothermal systems CHP plant electrical machines and ancillary control equipment are available for use in both teaching and research The research expertise of the REMEMBER Group include the following Electrical Electronic Engineering Control Systems System Modeling and Software Design renewable energy storage Built Environment Integration of small scale renewable energy systems Clean technology Supercritical Fluid Technology The research is funded primarily through Enterprise Ireland and European Framework Programmes Collaborators include the Charles Parsons Institute at University of Limerick and Centre for Renewable Energy at

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  • Institutes of Technology Ireland | The Geometrics Optics Group and Centre for Intelligent Mechatronic and Sensor Systems (CIMSS)
    Sensor Systems CIMSS Research in the area of Physical Sciences and Engineering at IT Tralee is centred around Mathematics and electro mechanical systems The Geometrics Optics group is a small group led by Dr Brendan Guilfoyle and supported by Science Foundation Ireland Research Frontiers Programme The Wellcome Trust and IRCSET The Group has an international reputation for the study of differential geometry study of the space of oriented affine lines It focuses on the following areas High level mathematical research in geometry investigations of a new geometric structure on the space of oriented lines in 3 dimensional Euclidean space Application of the research to a variety of settings mathematical physics including geometric optics nanoscience and computer vision as well as in bio imaging Outputs have included 27 peer reviewed publications and 40 invited talks The Centre for Intelligent Mechatronics and Sensors CIMSS provides a platform for research convergence between industry and academia in mechatronics Specific interests include Integration of intelligent electro mechanical systems robotics and sensors for industrial applications in agriculture and biomedical engineering Renewable Sustainable Energy and Intelligent Energy Management CIMSS is funded under Enterprise Ireland s Innovation partnership and Innovation Voucher Schemes and IRCSET postdoctoral and postgraduate programmes

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  • Institutes of Technology Ireland | GMedTech Centre
    medical device test and design to serve the needs of medical device companies and medical practitioner communities The unique feature within the GMedTech Centre is the capacity for designing and developing in vitro testing systems for replicating various haemodynamic conditions through different parts of the cardiovascular system that may or may not incorporate a disease type The Centre currently delivers a viable and beneficial resource to the pre clinical trials market in Ireland by providing the following expertise Treatment of medical images to create customised 3D virtual anatomical models The treatment of medical images is particularly important to translate the medical data into workable engineering data to optimise the development of implantable medical devices Design and manufacturing of customised and clinically relevant 3D physical anatomical models including disease artefacts Development of customised fully controlled bio fluids system replicating physiological conditions The combined state of the art anatomical and physiological system is the key new technology to complement or even replace animal testing In addition to the anatomical models technology GMedTech offers to industry a unique biomedical engineering services A C arm fluoroscope and a Doopler ultrasound medical unit are available to industry with trained staff to carry out medical imaging

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  • Institutes of Technology Ireland | EnviroCORE
    Developed in conjunction with Ext Joom com EnviroCORE The Envirocore research centre at IT Carlow carries out research and innovation in sustainable bioenvironmental technologies in niche areas of Phytotechnologies for waste treatment Biomass production and plant biotransformation Biological components environmental bio indicators biosensors environmental modelling and risk assessment The centre has received over 3 5mn in funding from diverse sources including HEA Environmental Protection Agency Department of Agriculture and Food

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  • Institutes of Technology Ireland | Centre for Sustainability and the Centre for Biomolecular Environmental and Public Health Research
    Environmental and Public Health Research Environmental research at IT Sligo is concentrated on two main groups The Centre for Sustainability is concerned with waste management The Centre for Biomolecular Environmental and Public Health Research specialises in environmental and public health effects of environmental waste The Centre for Sustainability specialises in the following areas Biosolids treatment and reuse Treatment of and energy recovery from farm wastes Access to environmental information decision making and justice Renewable fuels from marine biomass Bog rehabilitation Researchers at the Centre for Sustainability have received 2 6m in funding published 21 peer reviewed papers and delivered 10 contract research reports The Centre has been funded through Programme for Research in Third Level Institutions PRTLI Environmental Protection Agency and EU INTERREG Programme The focus of research in The Centre for Biomolecular Environmental and Public Health Research includes the following Human pathogen dispersal via wastewater discharges efficiency of wastewater treatment plants in removing human enteric pathogens and development of rapid detection technology for isolation of human pathogens The spreading of sewage sludges and farm waste on agricultural lands The Centre is funded through EPA STRIVE and ERTDI Programmes HEA Equipment Renewal Grant Scheme Marrone Bioinnovations MBI USA It has

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