Summer edition of the Engineers Journal online

Summer edition of the Engineers Journal online

01 July 2011 at 00:00

 

The Engineers Journal is a valued source of industry news and analysis about the engineering industry in Ireland.
 
Run by an underline editorial board of members, it publishes news, research and other material of interest to engineering professionals.
 
Membership in Engineers Ireland entitles you to a free subscription to the Engineers Journal magazine.
 
Health technologies win Innovative Student Engineer Awards 2011
In the Level 8 category NUI Galway student Fiona Griffin’s winning project was based on a 3D model of the mitral valve, a key valve in the heart, designed to facilitate treatments in the cardiac area. Read more...
 
Irish researchers urged to access €3.2bn Euro PPP fund
Enterprise Ireland has announced that the latest round of funding from the €3.2bn industry-focused initiatives under the EU’s €50bn Framework Programme 7 (FP7) budget will be available to Irish businesses from mid-July. These Public Private Partnership initiatives are aimed at those sectors most affected by the economic downturn, including manufacturing and construction. Read more...
 
Engineering to the fore at SFI’s PI Awards
Engineers were well-represented among the researchers who received funding awards from the Dept of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation via Science Foundation Ireland’s (SFI) Principal Investigator programme recently. Read more...
 
Cost of communication needs to be reduced – The State of Ireland review
The deficiencies of Ireland’s communications infrastructure prevent it from fully meeting producer and consumer needs, according to The State of Ireland, the recent review of Ireland’s infrastructure commissioned by Engineers Ireland. Read more...
 
Moving towards mandatory CPD
A special sub-committee on engineering education recently reported to Engineers Ireland’s Council on the situation internationally with regard to compulsory CPD for registered engineers (i.e. Chartered Engineers). Read more...