Communications & Networks
In the modern world, we are surrounded by networks of increasing complexity, with interactions of computer, telecommunciations, transport and social networks, bringing new challenges. Mathematical analysis of these networks creates powerful tools that allow us to understand networks and tailor their real-world behaviour to be more intelligent.
At Maynooth University, we apply techniques from pure and applied mathematics, electronic engineering and computer science to reason about complex networks. Our work ranges from making networks easier to manage, through improving the performance of wireless receivers, to protecting privacy and security in networked data.
Maynooth University is an ideal Host Institution for a Marie Skłodowska Curie Individual Fellowship and this cluster is interested in finding potential applicants. Find a mentor below or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
This project looks to help regulate the effect of vehicles to avoid pollution peaks, manage traffic flow more efficiently and regulate electric vehicle load on the energy network.
Scientists at Maynooth University have devised a solution to the provision of widespread, free, effective broadband for all citizens.
Dr Estelle Murphy has taken up a Bodleian Fellowship for the month of July, working at the Weston Library, Oxford.
Date: Friday, 15 July 2022
The Department of Electronic Engineering at Maynooth University is pleased to announce that 2 PhD studentships are available, in the area of Machine Learning and System Design for 6G Wireless Communications
Date: Thursday, 13 January 2022