We are proud to be part of Enterprise Ireland’s innovative Technology Centre programme as Ireland’s Technology Centre for the future of work and learning.
The Technology Centre programme is a joint initiative between Enterprise Ireland and IDA Ireland that enables Irish companies and multinationals to collaborate with research institutions to achieve strategic R&D outcomes. The team of world-class researchers in each centre promotes a unique ecosystem for collaboration in areas that are strategically important to Ireland.
At MCCI , we connect the physical and digital worlds with pioneering microelectronic circuits.
Ireland’s 8 Technology Centres:
Food for Health Ireland
DPTC – Dairy Processing Technology Centre
Meat Technology Ireland at Teagasc
Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Technology Centre
Irish Manufacturing Research
Learnovate Centre, Trinity College Dublin
Prof. José M. de la Rosa of CNM, Seville, was with us recently to give a Distinguished Lecturer tutorial on “Next-Generation Sigma-Delta Converters: Trends and Challenges in a Digital-Driven World” In this short video he shares his thoughts on the importance of industry collaboration with academia.
MCCI’s Annual Forum 2017 examined a range of topics on “The Next Wave of Innovation – Impact Beyond Research” where we showcased the impact of our research in microelectronics circuits. Our goal is to deliver high impact research across the Medtech, Smartagri and Future Communications sectors. Pivotal to our growth as a leading technology centre is the development of our researchers into future leaders in the semiconductor industry. Our Annual Forum is a valuable opportunity for our researchers and students to interact with our industry partners and present their research, discussing it in an open environment.
MCCI were delighted to welcome Professor Peter Kinget from Columbia University to give a distinguished lecture on “RF Circuit and System Innovations for a New Generation of Wireless Terminals” recently. In this video he shares some insights on circuit design.