What industry says
“Intel and Tyndall have been working closely together for some time on a range of different technologies. This new agreement forms a direct relationship with Intel’s internal research group in Portland. Through their publications and technology, Tyndall researchers have demonstrated their ability to innovate and invent technologies that can advance the frontiers of semiconductor technology. We at Intel are excited to enter into this advanced research agreement with Tyndall and look forward to a productive collaboration with the team here.”
Mike Mayberry, Intel Director Components Research, VP Technology & Manufacturing Group – on the occasion of the announcement of the $1.5m advanced research collaboration between Tyndall and Intel.
"Establishing a hub for European collaboration in Ireland will help accelerate technologies addressing renewable energy, energy efficiency, and integrated building systems. Taking advantage of Ireland's agility, as well as Europe's commitment to 'clean' technology, we intend to demonstrate emerging technologies on a scale ranging from individual buildings to district-wide applications."
David Parekh, Vice President, Research, and Director, United Technologies Research Centre – on the occasion of the announcement by UTRC on setting up its European HQ at Tyndall.
“Our initial research in Tyndall was brought to a level of maturity before we spun-out the technology in 2001. Since then we have always maintained a deep and highly productive collaboration with the Photonics group in Tyndall. The ZJF Group is very aware of the depth of resources available at Tyndall which will continue to play a key role in our future R&D investments.”
John D. Lambkin, CTO and co-founder of Firecomms
“We have been at a critical stage in our development and had a need for access to test facilities and associated expertise at Tyndall. These facilities and expertise are not otherwise available on the island of Ireland. Our experience at Tyndall was indeed world class and in my view, Tyndall represents a very valuable national asset (not just for expertise but also attitude) – this will certainly make a great difference to our success.”
Colin Lawlor, CEO, BiancaMed Ltd.
“This unique collaboration between RCSI and Tyndall, the first of its kind in Ireland, will enable the application of fabrication techniques and products traditionally used in ICT hardware to be used in healthcare applications, to ultimately improve patient care and outcomes and enable faster recovery time for patients due to less invasive surgery, as well as reducing healthcare costs.”
Professor Cathal Kelly, CEO / Registrar, RCSI – on the occasion of the signature of the Memorandum of Understanding between Tyndall and RCSI.