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MNMT-Dublin promotes technological innovation by encouraging collaborations and networking among peers, progressing education of nanotechnology on all levels of society. We organize international conferences on Micro/Nano Manufacturing, set up Symposium from distinguished academic and publish journals, books, and newsletters of the latest developments in nanomanufacturing.
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2nd AET Symposium on SMART and ACSM Manufacturing (AETS2019)
AETS2019 was held at UCD on August 16-17 in Dublin, Ireland.
News & Awards
Guest visit by Prof. Keiji Nagai, Tokyo Institute of Technology
Guest Visit of Prof. Keiji Nagai, Tokyo Institute of Technology
MNMT-Dublin as the Collaborative Partner of EyeVu Project
MNMT-Dublin is in collaboration with Tympany Medical, who will be leading the EyeVU project.
Minister for Science and Technology of China Visited MNMT-Dublin
Minister for Science and Technology of China visited the UCD MNMT-Dublin
Collaboration with Prof. Wenxin Wang on Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) Project
Congratulations to Dr Nan Zhang, as project co-applicant, succesfully granted a SFI project
MNMT-Dublin Forum I: Brittle Materials Manufacturing
MNMT-Dublin Forum on Brittle Materials Manufacturing was held in Clare, Ireland
Congratulations to Haoyang Zhang for his Moldex 3D innovation talent award
Haoyang Zhang received the Moldex 3D innovation talent award.
Towards Mass Production for Precision Micro / Nano Devices
"Our Research focuses on how to design, develop and manufacture small and precision components. "
Congratulations to Lorcan O’Toole for his IMechE Project Award
Lorcan O’Toole received the IMechE Project Award in Mechanical Engineering at UCD.
Industrial Visit to Nypro Healthcare Dublin
Prof Fengzhou Fang visited Nypro Healthcare Dublin
CIRP President, professor Bert Lauwers and professor Gerald Byrne visited MNMT-Dublin
November 10, 2022
MNMT-Dublin Symposium IX: Origin and Development of Vision Correction Discipline
Dr Arthur Cummings was invited to give a lecture at the series of MNMT-Dublin Symposium on Origin and Development of Vision Correction discipline.
MNMT-Dublin Symposium VIII: Fundamental Limits of Mobile Phone Cameras
Prof Chris Dainty was invited to give a lecture at the series of MNMT-Dublin Symposium on Fundamental Limits of Mobile Phone Cameras.
MNMT-Dublin Symposium VII: A Critical Look at the Foundations of Interferometric Surface Topography Measurement
Dr. Peter de Groot was invited to give a lecture at MNMT-Dublin Symposium on the topic of interferometric surface topography measurement.
MNMT-Dublin Symposium VI: The Interactions of Nanoparticles with Living Systems
Professor Kenneth A. Dawson was invited to give a lecture in the MNMT-Dublin Symposium on how to understand the interaction of nanoparticles with living systems.
MNMT-Dublin Symposium V: Microfluidics-enabled Bioassay Automation
Prof. J. Ducrée, the founding director of Ireland’s first Fraunhofer Project Centre for Embedded Bioanalytical Systems at Dublin City University (DCU), was invited to give a talk on design for manufacturing for microfluidics-enabled bioassay automation.
MNMT-Dublin Symposium IV：Eye Modeling for Custom Contact Lens and Intraocular Lens Design
Prof A. Goncharov was invited to give a seminar on eye modeling for custom contact lens and Intra-ocular lens design
MNMT-Dublin Symposium III: Biomaterials Research
Prof. Kenneth Stanton from the UCD School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering delivered a lecture on his work in biomaterials which has spanned over twenty years.
MNMT-Dublin Symposium II: Integration and Packaging of Photonic Devices
Prof. Peter O’Brien from the Tyndall National Institute was invited to give a lecture on the overview of photonic and electronic packaging technologies developed at Tyndall.
MNMT-Dublin Symposium I: Advanced Optical Imaging
Dr. brian vohnsen from the ucd school of physics was invited to hold a seminar covering the understanding of the human eye and retina and wavefront sensing and adaptive optics imaging at the centre of micro/nano manufacturing technology (mnmt-dublin).
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