Other Research Projects

International SmartOcean Graduate Enterprise Initative (ISGEI)

The Industry – led International SmartOcean Graduate Enterprise Initiative (ISGEI) established in 2011, is designed to strengthen and build on Ireland’s emerging specialist capacity in the area of Marine Information and Communications Technology (Marine ICT). The ISGEI aims to build capacity supporting industry needs in the marine ICT sector and in doing so will realise the knowledge and research priorities set in SeaChange, specifically in the area of Advanced Marine Technology. Founding partners include, Dublin City University, National University of Ireland, Maynooth, National University of Ireland, Galway, University of Limerick and University College Cork.

ISGEI website

Researcher Project
Brendan Heery Generic Sensing platform design for marine sensing application: Faecal indicator bacterial application for marine monitoring
Oshoke Ikpekha Condition Monitoring of Marine Devices

Naughton Fellowship

The Naughton Fellowship was set up to provide opportunities for exceptional students of science, technology, engineering and mathematics, from both Ireland and from the US, to connect with leading researchers and to build stronger connections between the host institutions and countries.
The collaboration is between MESTECH in DCU and the ND-ECI (Notre Dame Environmental Change Initiative) and involves students from both universities visiting the other campus to carry out research.
Researcher Project
PI – Prof J Tank Notre Dame Collaboration
Gillian Duffy The optimisation of low-cost, autonomous phosphate and nitrate sensors for freshwater monitoring

Other Projects

Researcher Project
Dr. Lisa Jones The Role of Passive Sampling in screening and monitoring of new and emerging chemicals
Irish Research Council
Louise Mc Keon Characterisation and determination of rosin fingerprints using analytical approaches
MESTECH
Niall Durham Smart environmental monitoring systems for buildings using sensing and traffic data