Members of the IMaR team gave a short presentation at the Kerry Technology User Group meeting on Tuesday evening which was focusing on the topic of the Internet of Things. While it is alway good to get the word out about the current work and research projects within the centre, it was also a great opportunity to hear presentations from and have the opportunity to meet others currently working and studying in this area.
Kerry Technology User Group a group that meets every month to discuss all things technology. Our members are a mix of staff and students from the Institute of Technology, Tralee and individuals from the software industry.The group have recently set up a new Meetup group with which you can sign up for updates on future events or suggest/propose future topics.
We currently have an opening for an experienced Software Engineer to join the IMaR team. Senior Research Engineer – Embedded Software/Electronic Engineering – H2020 ProPAT All applications to be made online. Closing date for receipt of completed application forms is 12.00 noon on Wednesday 18th February 2015. For details see the ITT vacancies page
A group of fifth year students from Causeway Comprehensive presented Techno Sliotar, at the recent Young Scientist exhibition, the project featured a sliotar embedded with an iBeacon which allows it to be tracked using a phone app. IMaR were delighted to provide technical assistance to the groups who won a display award at the exhibition.
The IMaR gateway currently has an opening for a Mecatronics Strand Leader. For further information please see the IT Tralee vacancies page Informal enquiries ONLY may be addressed to: Dr. Joseph Walsh, email: firstname.lastname@example.org Closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on Tuesday 10th February 2015
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from all the team at IMaR. 2014 has been an eventful year for IMaR, and we are looking forward to another year of success together in 2015.
The IMaR gateway currently has 2 openings for Research Assistant, one full time and one 3 days per week. For further information please see the IT Tralee vacancies page
The fifth edition of the International RFID Congress, organised by the CNRFID and co-located with RFID in Europe, will be a unique opportunity to take stock of deployments, new applications, changing technologies and any returns on investments. This anniversary edition will focus on all the themes of the previous congresses: the Industry, Retail, Healthcare and Local Authorities. Download the RFID Congress flyer
We currently have an openings for an experienced engineers to join the IMaR team.
- Senior Engineer – Electronics/Automation
- Automation Engineer
Application ProcedureAll applications must be made online at http://www.ittralee.ie
Informal EnquiriesInformal enquiries ONLY may be addressed to Dr. Daniel Riordan, email: Daniel.email@example.com Closing date for receipt of completed application forms fo both posts is 12.00 noon on Monday 11th August 2014.
To support our research activity, IMaR has a number of positions under IT Tralee’s 2014 Postgraduate Scholarship Programme which is due to commence in September 2014. Graduates holding a relevant Level 8 Honours Degree (H2:2 or Higher) are invited to submit an application. Successful applicants will be awarded a bursary of €12,000 (€6,000 per annum), and the Institute will cover all student fees, for a maximum period of two years. The research projects in which the IMaR center is involved are :
- Applications of Automated Identifications Systems to the Productive Ward
- A MultiAgent Framework for the Internet of Things
- Measuring Social Engagement within a Triple- Helix Cluster consisting of the Academic Institute, the Research Centre and the Public Authority using Sociometers
- Automated Telemetric Food Safety System Targeting Transport & Distribution
- Automonous Mobile Assistive Technologies for the Agricultural Sector