News & Events

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.

 

 

Explore the  News, visits, awards & life events in MNMT-Dublin

Conferences

  • 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.

  • Vacancies in MNMT-Dublin

    Vacancies in MNMT-Dublin

  • 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

 

Symposiums

  • 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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University College Dublin,

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Last updated: 9:00  17  October, 2020