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UL Research Week: A Celebration of Innovation and Knowledge

Yet another successful UL Research Week is behind us. Here are some highlights from the events we supported. From insightful presentations to engaging discussions, each moment displayed our commitment to advancing knowledge and innovation. Our activities included: Panel Discussion on Impact of AI in Science and Engineering: Organized by the IEEE UL student branch, this […]

Gerard Dooly Keynote at RAEEUCCI-2024

In recent years, there has been significant advancement in Electrical, Electronics, Communication, Computation, and related technologies, profoundly impacting human lives. The REAAUCCI conference offered a forum to discuss current research contributions and explore avenues for future innovation. By bringing together researchers, engineers, faculty, and students from around the world, the conference aimed to foster collaboration […]

OCEANS Singapore 2024

OCEANS 2024 Singapore took place April 14th to 18th. The conference theme was: “Climate resilience, coastal protection and a sustainable ocean.” The event brought together leading experts, researchers, and professionals in the field of ocean science and technology. Set against the backdrop of Singapore’s vibrant and dynamic atmosphere, the event was an unique platform for […]

TRA2024, transport and mobility

In April 2024, Dublin, Ireland hosted the Transport Research Arena (TRA) from Monday 15th to Thursday 18th under the theme “Transport Transitions: Advancing Sustainable and Inclusive Mobility”. TRA, recognised as Europe’s premier transportation event, encompasses all modes of transport and aspects of mobility. It stands as the continent’s largest forum for research and technology discussions […]

CRIS at Wind Energy Ireland 2024

Represented by PhD student Cillian Fahy, the CRIS team participated in the Research Poster Event during the Wind Energy Ireland (WEI) annual conference held on January 30 and 31 in Dublin. Sponsored by OW Ocean Winds and Bord na Móna, the poster competition provided an excellent platform to showcase our research pertaining to the observation […]

RESURGAM Project – final Demo

The RESURGAM project is dedicated to advancing Friction Stir Welding (FSW) as a technique for welding steel, with a focus on achieving high integrity, minimal distortion, and environmental sustainability. The project also aims to develop an underwater, robotic FSW process to enable repairs on marine structures without the need to bring ships or platforms to […]

Wind Energy Ireland Trade Show 2023

UL CRIS team took part in the first Irish Wind Energy Trade Show (11-12th October, Dublin) Ireland has the project pipeline and the determination to become a force in offshore renewables. A pivotal moment occurred in May 2023 when Ireland successfully conducted its inaugural offshore wind auction, awarding four projects with a total capacity of […]

UL CRIS at EMRA 2023

Following the successful series of previous EMRA workshops, including CNR-Rome 2014, IST-Lisbon 2015, NCL-Newcastle 2016, VICOROB-Girona 2017, UL-Limerick 2018, IFREMER-Toulon 2019, Univ. Pisa-online 2021, and NOC-Southampton 2022, the University of Zagreb, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing (UNIZG-FER), in collaboration with IN2 and DIH AgriFood Croatia, hosted and co-organized the Workshop on EU-funded Marine Robotics […]

Highlights from OCEANS Limerick 2023

This was the first time the OCEANS conference came to the “Emerald Isle” and the first entirely in-person conference after COVID-19. The event was held at the University of Limerick Green Campus, a beautiful parkland with the River Shannon as its unifying focal point. The local hosting was led by the Centre for Robotics and […]

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