Research - Latest News
February, 2003 Vice-President for Research announces the two recipients of the President's Research Awards. This year award winners are Prof. Alan Smeaton, Faculty of Computing and Mathematical Sciences and Prof. Anne Scott, School of Nursing. Check out the DCU online news story with photos from Research Day.
January, 2003 Science Foundation Ireland annouces that the Centre for Science, Engineering and Technology in Plasma Formation, Measurement and Control (PlasMAC) has been awarded € 5 M Euro to establish research programme. Congratulations to DCU proposal leaders; Dr. Albert Ellingboe and Prof. Miles Turner
October, 2002 The OVPR was privileged to have both the outgoing First Secretary for Science & Technology at the Chinese Embassy, Mr. Jincheng Kang and his successor, Mr. Xuejun Liang at DCU to give a presentation on the potential for Sino-Irish education and research collaborations. Click to download the presentation given by Mr. Kang during his talk on 24th October last.
September, 2002 Dublin City University has the highest per capita research, followed by NUl, Cork and University of Limerick." Guide to Irish Universities, Sunday Times.
September, 2002 Welcome! to the new academic year at DCU. DCU researchers have been concentrating on their research programmes over the past few months, so watch this space for latest news on the research outcomes achieved. Also, check out the DCU Research Support System which offers a unique view of the breadth and quality of research on campus.
August, 2002 Congratulations to Professor Dermot Diamond on his appointment as the first DCU Vice-President for Research. In Dermot's own words, "What a challenge!... and what an exciting time for research at DCU." Dermot is ideally placed to drive the DCU research agenda into the future - click to view further details.