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  • Institutes of Technology Ireland | Archived News
    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 Archived News NEWS RELEASE Wednesday 7th March 2012 Reception for Indian students in Dublin Castle Reception for Indian students in Dublin Castle Students and staff from Ireland

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  • Institutes of Technology Ireland | Archived News
    Programme About IHSP Programme Contact Us Developed in conjunction with Ext Joom com Archived News NEWS RELEASE Tuesday 17th January 2012 NASA Astronaut Dan Tani at BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition NASA Astronaut Dan Tani at BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition NASA astronaut Dan Tani was a guest of IOTI at the 2012 BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition Picture above shows Dan presenting the IOTI Special Award

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  • Institutes of Technology Ireland | Archived News
    Study Programme About IHSP Programme Contact Us Developed in conjunction with Ext Joom com Archived News NEWS RELEASE Tuesday 10th January 2012 New Chair of Institutes of Technology Ireland New Chair of Institutes of Technology Ireland NEWS RELEASE 9th January 2012 Dr Maria Hinfelaar President of Limerick IT is new Chair of Institutes of Technology Ireland Dr Maria Hinfelaar President of Limerick Institute of Technology LIT is the new Chairperson of Institutes of Technology Ireland IOTI for 2012 A native of the Netherlands she has been at the head of LIT since 2004 Dr Hinfelaar studied at Leiden University in the Netherlands Leicester University in the UK and was conferred with a PhD by Maastricht University in 2004 In 2011 she led the negotiations which integrated Tipperary Institute and its 1000 students into LIT With almost 7 000 students LIT is now the fourth largest institute of technology in the country Dr Hinfelaar has been actively involved in the Atlantic Way movement to promote economic development in the Mid West region and LIT hosts a thriving Enterprise Centre for start up businesses in high potential industries Commenting on her priorities as IOTI Chair Dr Hinfelaar said It is now a year since the Strategy for Higher Education was published and it is essential that more clarity of direction and vision for the sector is provided The criteria for designation as Technological Universities should be published at the earliest date so Institutes can plan their futures with certainty There will be no progress without certainty I also believe that the Institutes collectively can do more to highlight and celebrate the achievements of our alumni many of whom are at the highest levels of major companies in Ireland and around the globe Our alumni bear witness to the excellent staff in Institutes

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  • Institutes of Technology Ireland | Archived News
    create student mobility between Ireland and Ontario At least 7 million in fee income for Institutes plus additional student spend locally on accommodation and living expenses Institutes of Technology Ireland IOTI today Monday 28th November 2011 signed an agreement in Toronto with Colleges Ontario which will see up to 1 000 Canadian students coming to Ireland from September 2012 to study in Irish Institutes Fee income to the Institutes will average approximately 7 000 per student per annum generating a potential 7 million in income for the sector Students will also generate local economic benefits of about the same amount through accommodation and living expenses Ontario is the largest province in Canada with a population of over 13 million Colleges Ontario represents 24 third level colleges which educate undergraduate students up to the equivalent of Level 7 on the Irish National Framework of Qualifications The agreement with the Irish Institutes will allow these students to progress to honours degrees at Level 8 and beyond in Ireland Graduates of two year college programs in Ontario can secure an honours degree with two further years of study in Ireland In some academic disciplines graduates of three year programs will be able to secure an honours degree with one further year of study The first wave of Canadian students coming to Ireland will study in the areas of electronics engineering business internet applications and web development and hospitality but further programme areas will be added over the coming months In the opposite direction Irish students will be able to travel to the Ontario colleges for undergraduate and post graduate studies The agreement was signed by Gerry Murray Chief Executive of IOTI and Linda Franklin President and CEO of Colleges Ontario who both hailed the agreement as precedent setting in Canada and Ireland Gerry

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  • Institutes of Technology Ireland | Archived News
    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 Archived News NEWS RELEASE Friday 15th July 2011 IT SLIGO wins top prize in Microsoft Cup IT SLIGO wins top prize in Microsoft Cup A team of four students from IT Sligo has captured the overall trophy cup and a 25 000 17 650 cash award in the world s largest student technology competition Microsoft s Imagine Cup in New York The students saw off teams from China Romania New Zealand Jordan and the US to take first place for their project in software design which is the centrepiece category of the Imagine Cup and the event s top prize They created a small device that plugs into the diagnostics port on the dashboard of a car and monitors the driver beeping if the car is driven in an unsafe way or to warn of

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  • Institutes of Technology Ireland | Archived News
    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 Archived News NEWS RELEASE Tuesday 5th July 2011 IOTI hosted the first IRCSET Webinar

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  • Institutes of Technology Ireland | Archived News
    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 Archived News NEWS RELEASE Monday 31st January 2011 Dr Brendan Murphy President of Cork Institute of Technology CIT to chair Institutes of Technology Ireland IOTI for 2011 Dr Brendan Murphy President of Cork Institute of Technology CIT to chair Institutes of Technology Ireland IOTI for 2011 A native of Tralee Dr Murphy is a mathematics and statistics graduate and has lectured at CIT since 1974 A fellow of the Royal Statistical Society and of the Irish Computer Society he is also a Chartered Engineer and Fellow of the Institute of Engineers of Ireland His two priorities for his year as Chair of IOTI are The implementation of the National Strategy for Higher Education being launched on January 11th especially in relation to the Institutes of Technology and establishing Technological Universities Ensuring that the IoT sector proactively contributes to Ireland s recovery Dr Murphy is multi lingual and widely published He was Head of the Department of Mathematics and Computing at CIT from 1988 to 2003 and Head

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  • Institutes of Technology Ireland | Archived News
    and provide advice Staff at IT Sligo are engaged in investigating the recent demise of the honey bee and colony collapse disorder which is occurring worldwide The effects of this are likely to have devastating consequences for mankind in term of food supply The exhibit will include a bee hive and a description of on going research being undertaken to counteract this threat Ever thought of trying to contact ET At this year s BT Young Scientist Exhibition you might just get the chance to do so Students their teachers and members of the general public will have the opportunity to send a message and a picture of themselves to a planet outside our solar system using a live linkup to a radio telescope operated by Cork Institute of Technology at their science centre in Blackrock Castle Observatory Cork Everyone who sends a message can keep track of its general progress by logging onto a dedicated website This is a unique opportunity to send an echo of yourself across the galaxy and who knows what it might find when it reaches its planetary destination CASALA the Centre for Affective Solutions for Ambient Living Awareness is based on the Dundalk Institute of Technology campus CASALA s primary function is working with Irish industry to achieve product innovation business competitiveness and market leadership in the emerging ambient assisted living sector CASALA is also developing a suite of technologies aimed at allowing older people to live independently at home for as long as possible These technologies are focussed around CABIE the Context Aware Broker Inference Engine CABIE s purpose is to map data collected through an array of multimodal sensors installed in users homes onto respective Ambient Assisted Living AAL services CABIE feeds this data to its decision engine for tasks including pattern

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