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Research Opportunities

Funded under the ITT Dublin President’s Research Award Scheme 2017
Applications are sought from suitably qualified candidates for the following postgraduate research opportunities leading to the award of a Masters Degree by Research at ITT Dublin.   All positions must be filled and students registered by the 29th September 2017.

Minimum requirement: Applicants must hold, or expect to hold by September 2017, an Honours degree (Grade 2:2 or higher) in the relevant area. For non-nationals, an IELTS score of >6.0 is also required. 

Successful candidates will be eligible for a 20 month scholarship under the ITT Dublin President's Research Award Scheme 2017 which will provide a stipend of €10,000 per annum, full EU college fees* for 2 years commencing September 2017 and a contribution towards project running costs.

*Note: Non-EU students must pay an additional non-EU postgraduate fee of €4,250 per annum.

Code Title Area Lead PI

 

PPRA1701

Identifying and promoting effective workplace diversity strategies to achieve organisational success

Marketing & Business Computing Dr. Joe MacDonagh

 

PPRA1702

‘Oui à la France’: Tracing the French Influence on the Work of George Moore (1852-1933) and John McGahern (1934-2006) Humanities Dr. Eamon Maher

 

PPRA1703

Cultural Representations of the Irish Pub Humanities Dr. Brian Murphy

 

PPRA1704

IOT system implementation towards a smart building solution for a satellite college Electronic Engineering Dr. Andrew Donnellan

 

PPRA1705

Optimum Implementation of Compound Compression of computer screen for real time image transmission in low network bandwidth environments Electronic Engineering Mr. Richard Gahan

 

PPRA1706

Measurement & Simulation of Head Impacts in Sport Mechanical Engineering Mr. Stephen Tiernan

 

PPRA1707

Hierarchical Topic Model in Streaming Text Corpora Computing Science Dr. John Cardiff

 

PPRA1708

Investigating the Mechanism of Copper-based Chemotherapeutic Complexes Under Controlled Oxygen conditions Applied Science Dr. Bernie Creaven

 

PPRA1709

Latent Fingerprint enhancement on Metallic surfaces for forensic analysis (E-PRINT) Applied Science Prof. Eithne Dempsey

 

PPRA1710

Using Probabilistic Models and Semantic Analysis in the Cloud to Detect Customer Trends in Social Media Computing Science Dr. Fernando Perez Tellez

 

Application forms are available by clicking the Project Code links above or from the Research Office in ITT Dublin by contacting ResearchAdministration@ittdublin.ie 

 


CLOSING DATE: Friday 30th June 2017 @ 17.00


Applicants called for interview must attend in person and/or be available to interview via video link (telephone only interviews are not allowed). 

 


For other vacancies that may arise, please check our HR Current Vacancies page

 

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