The IMaR gateway currently has an opening for a Research Assistant in RFID and IoT applications. For further information please see the IT Tralee website Closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on Wednesday 29th July 2015. It is anticipated that interviews will be held during week commencing 3rd August 2015.
Joanna Kossakowska one of the researcher at IMaR is currently researching methods for improving efficiency of blood collection in Ireland. The main goal of the study is to examine currently available techniques for intelligent profiling of blood donors. This involves examination and identification of most suitable data mining techniques and machine learning algorithms which will be applied on individuals’ historical data in order to predict their future blood donation patterns. This research can be run thanks to the support and collaboration from Irish Blood Transfusion Services. However, further help from volunteers is needed, as a special survey has been developed to provide data for the research. If you would like to know more about the project and participate in the study by filling out the survey please visit: http://blood-donors-research.imar.ie/
The IMaR gateway currently has an opening for a Senior Researcher – Mechatronics. 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 receipt of completed application forms is 12.00 noon on Wednesday 27th May 2015.
IMaR and IT Tralee have a stand at the 2015 Engineer Ireland Conference in Killarney this week, we have information on IMaR, and the Enterprise Ireland Gateway Network, as well as details of courses provided by IT Tralee. We also have demos from Standard Access and Festo so be sure to drop by to our stand and say hello if you are attending,
Technology Gateway Industry Show Case May 18th 2015 at Silver Springs Hotel Cork Starting at 9.30am with Registration & Coffee Enterprise Ireland, in partnership with the Institutes of Technology, has established a nationwide network of 12 Technology Gateways which deliver technology solutions for Irish industry close to their market needs. The Gateways have a proven track record of working with industry and since 2008 along with their predecessors the AREs have completed >1,200 innovation based industry projects with over 600 Irish based companies. At IMaR, I.T. Tralee, we engage with industry across Ireland to increase competitiveness in the area of Intelligent Mechatronics and RFID. We encourage you to talk with us so we can provide the best possible solution to meet your industrial needs. A number of service we provide include: Intelligent Mechatronics:
- System and Equipment Development
- Mechanical Design and Prototyping
- Analog and Digital Printed Circuit Board (PCB) Design
- Electronic Prototyping Design
- RFID strategies
- Data Analytics
- Software Development
- Artificial Intelligence
Issue two of the IMaR Gateway newsletter for July 2014 to December 2014 is available for download
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.