The Executive and Business Society is a network of engineers working in management and executive positions. Due to the direction that their careers have taken, members of the Society have the enhanced potential to influence and support the development of engineering careers.
Researchers are seeking ways to treat spinal injuries with graphene-based implants while VR gaming could help stroke recovery.
DCU's Faculty of Engineering and Computing is home to globally significant research, and uniquely industry-relevant programmes, in the key technologies which will shape our future. We have also recently launched a range of Springboard+ and Human Capital Initiative courses for people interested in upskilling in the area of engineering.
With so much to discuss about the post-pandemic and post-Brexit world, you are bound to be on the receiving end of a lightbulb moment or two – as well as engaging in productive brainstorming and networking among your peers – at Engineers Ireland's online national conference on October 13, where key speakers include engineers Naomi Long (Alliance leader); Linda Doyle (Trinity provost-elect); Leo Clancy (Enterprise Ireland's incoming CEO); and economist David McWilliams.
Humanitarian engineering projects often focus on bringing western technologies to non-industrialised societies; but environmental and cultural factors in these locations may be very different from conditions in the west, and the projects may not meet client needs if engineers do not fully understand the context in which they are operating.
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