School of Electronic Engineering Graduates Feature in Presidential Inaugural Celebration

Graduates of the School of Electronic Engineering last week received international recognition when they featured as part of the Sister Cities International Inaugural Gala, held to celebrate the swearing in of the United States’ 46th President, Joseph R Biden Jnr. This virtual celebration, held on January 17th as the opening event in a series of Inauguration Week Festivities, [...]

By |2021-01-21T11:22:02+00:0021 January 2021|News|0 Comments

Funded Courses Now Available Under The 2020 Job Stimulus Package

On October 27th 2020 Minister Simon Harris announced a new initiative funding places on postgraduate programmes. In response to this initiative, the School of Electronic Engineering will offer places on individual modules (i.e. short courses), a graduate certificate and its MSc programme. These courses will begin on January 18th 2021. Places on these courses are [...]

By |2020-11-16T14:35:18+00:0016 November 2020|News|0 Comments

Abid Yaqoob Wins IEEE Best Student Paper Award 2020

Amidst the myriad uncertainties and challenges posed by the continuing pandemic, The School of Electronic Engineering was heartened by the news that postdoctoral researcher Abid Yaqoob has scooped the IEEE BMSB 2020 Best Student Paper Award, presented as part of the virtual IEEE International Symposium on Broadband Multimedia Systems and Broadcasting, Abid's paper, a collaboration [...]

By |2022-07-13T16:42:33+01:0030 October 2020|Awards, News, Research|0 Comments

The IBM Opensource Prizes Goes To…

The Faculty of Engineering & Computing's 2020 Expo delivered yet more good news for the School of Electronic Engineering, as final year student Zenouska Murphy scooped the IBM Opensource Prize. Zenouska's project was presented as part of Expo 2020, an annual event showcasing the final year projects of undergraduate students from across the Faculty.  The [...]

By |2022-07-13T12:49:49+01:0028 August 2020|Awards, News|0 Comments

Masters Students Triumph in Fidelity Investment’s Inaugural DCU Alpha Challenge

The School is proud to recognise the achievement of four of it's MEng scholars, who have been named winners of the inaugural Fidelity Investments DCU Alpha Student Challenge. Abhishmita Gogoi Kalita, Aniket Sawale, Mazhar Mohammad Ali Shaikh and Prathosh Tarikere Satish, all of whom undertook the MEng in Electronic and Computer Technology (Internet of Things), [...]

By |2020-08-28T08:42:56+01:0028 August 2020|Awards, News|0 Comments

Intel Announces Prize Winners Following Expo 2020

Following a challenging number of months for students, some much needed good news has landed in the shape of the announcement of the recipients of the 2020 Intel Final Year Project Prizes. Annually, Intel awards prizes to three outstanding contributions showcased as part of the Faculty of Engineering and Computing's Final Year Project Expo.  The [...]

By |2020-08-26T12:19:05+01:0026 August 2020|Awards, News|0 Comments

Dr Gabriel-Miro Muntean Publishes New Book on STEM Education

The School of Electronic Engineering congratulates Dr Gabriel-Miro Muntean on the publication of his latest book, entitled 'Innovative, Technology-Based Solutions for Primary, Secondary and Tertiary STEM Education'. Co-authored with Dr Cristina Hava Muntean and Dr Diana Bogusevschi, the book focuses upon innovative technologies and pedagogies, including adaptive multimedia and multiple sensorial media, virtual reality, fabrication, [...]

By |2019-12-18T14:40:46+00:0018 December 2019|Blog, News, Research, School Staff|0 Comments

School of Electronic Engineering welcomes visitors from Henan, Beijing China

The School of Electronic Engineering was delighted to welcome Professor Zichen Li and Professor Yongli Tang , who recently visited to explore future shared research opportunities with DCU academics. Professor Zichen Li is Director of Registry and a former Head of School at the School of Information Engineering, Beijing Institute of Graphic Communication while Professor [...]

By |2019-07-29T10:35:25+01:0029 July 2019|News, School Staff|0 Comments

Dr Gabriel-Miro Muntean & NEWTON scoop George Samaras HAAPIE Award 2019

Dr Gabriel-Miro Muntean, Associate Professor at the School of Electronic Engineering, has, in collaboration with a NEWTON project team, received the prestigious 2019 George Samaras HAAPIE Award. Presented at the 4th International Workshop on Human Aspects in Adaptive and Personalized Interactive Environments (HAAPIE) in Larnaca, Cypus, the award recognised Dr Muntean and collaborators Ioana Ghergulescu, [...]

By |2019-06-12T08:24:05+01:0012 June 2019|Awards, News, Research, School Staff|0 Comments

Professor Liam Barry admitted to the Royal Irish Academy

It is with great pride that the School of Electronic Engineering congratulates Professor Liam Barry on his admission to the Royal Irish Academy, which was announced on Friday 24th May 2019,  at the launch of the RIA’s five-year Strategic Plan Professor Barry, along with 26 other eminent scholars, was inducted in light of what President [...]

By |2019-05-28T13:13:07+01:0028 May 2019|Awards, News, School Staff|0 Comments
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