Overview

Postgraduate Research in Irelands largest dedicated ICT Research Centre - The Gateway to a Brighter Career!
Postgraduate Students 2011
Postgraduate Students 2011

Tyndall has a long history in postgraduate education, we’ve been hosting postgraduate students since 1981 and  have more than 400 alumni. 2013 was a record year for Graduate Education in Tyndall as no less than 31students successfully completed their PhD degrees. At the end of 2013 there were 122 students based in Tyndall, 109 of these are PhD students and 12 are pursuing Masters degrees. 20 nationalities are represented in our student

We host PhD and masters students undertaking a postgraduate degree in our research focus area of photonicsmicrosystemsmicro-nanoelectronics and theory, modelling and design.

 

Why choose Tyndall for Postgraduate Study?

 Facilities

Tyndall has a critical mass of over 350 researchers. Our students work alongside established internationally renowned senior researchers.

Students have access to the extensive research infrastructure in Tyndall. This includes several fabrication facilities (CMOS, compound semiconductor and Microsystems) and a leading range of characterisation, analytical and test laboratories.

 

 Global Collaborations

Tyndall collaborates with a large number of global industries and academic institutes. Students have the opportunity to work on exciting projects in direct liaison with industry.

The industry advantage includes mentoring and scholarship programmes as well as placement schemes.

 

 Postgraduate Degree Programme

Students are supervised by thesis committee and progress is closely monitored throughout the degree programme.

Students are offered training and taught modules in a wide range of technical subjects. Transferable skills courses, covering topics such as presentation and communication skills, technical writing, commercialisation and entrepreneurship are also provided.

A structured PhD programme, PhD Engineering Science, was introduced in October 2011. In addition to research leading to a thesis, a structured PhD provides technical and scientific training related to a candidate’s research topic but also aims to provide a richer background by providing transferable (e.g. project management and commercialisation) and generic (e.g.
presentation and technical writing) skills.

 

  Student Life in Tyndall

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