Radio and Wireless Communication is focused on the use of information, computing and communications technologies to address challenges arising from our increasingly complex world - our communications and technology driven environment and the impact on our personal lives. Our area of expertise is in electronic and software systems, wireless communications and in data mining, knowledge extraction and cognition. As a group, we wish to blend focused basic research with a systems perspective that drives cross-disciplinary developments, essential in tackling the new challenges arising from the need for a more sustainable, knowledge-driven society.
Innovation, and the transfer of the knowledge gained from our research, is a fundamental principle for the Institute. A key element of achieving this is the construction of demonstrators and experimental platforms for demonstrating our achievements. We welcome engagement with all companies, local and international and we have demonstrated success in transferring knowledge and technology to assist new startup companies and product development.
Radio and Wireless Communications endeavors to highlight existing research activities and work towards enhancing collaboration and a multi-disciplinary approach to research at Maynooth University. We also have a mission to support the existing productive culture for commercially relevant innovation, successful knowledge transfer, assisting local industry and commercialising research outputs.
Radio and Wireless Communications,
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The research domain covered by the Dynamics and Control Group covers the broad area of dynamical systems science, considering 'systems' as collections of components and using the techniques of problem abstraction, analysis and design to improve our understanding of such systems and to, in many cases, alter the system behavior. Mathematical modeling forms an important part of the problem abstraction phase, and this involves the development of expertise and collaboration with practitioners in many disciplines, including the many disciplines of engineering, chemistry, biology, physics and the social sciences.... for more information please contact one of the following researchers:
Prof. John Ringwood
Dr. Seamus McLoone
Dr. Sean Doherty