Mathematical models could help to brew the perfect cup of coffee

  Few of the billions of coffee drinkers around the world would ever consider the science behind the drink. But researchers at University of Limerick have shown that mathematical models could help to brew the perfect cup of coffee. Dr Kevin Moroney, a postdoctoral researcher in UL’s Department of Mathematics […]

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Mathematical modelling in the pharmaceutical industry in Ireland

By Dr Kevin Moroney The pharmaceutical industry like many others is undergoing a technological revolution as we enter the much vaunted era of Industry 4.0. This is of particular strategic importance to Ireland, home to all of the world’s top 10 pharmaceutical companies and one of the largest exporters of […]

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PhD Position at TU Delft: Mathematical Data Analysis For Agriculture

This PhD position is a part of the project “Flight to Vitality”, which is jointly financed by the European Union (Rural Development Programme) and Dutch industry (HZPC and Averis Seeds). The project aims at developing a method for testing and characterizing the vitality (vigor) of potato seeds, so that different […]

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PhD opportunities at MACSI, University of Limerick Ireland

The Mathematics Applications Consortium for Science and Industry (MACSI), is Ireland’s foremost applied and industrial mathematical science research group and is based at the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of Limerick. Our aim is to foster new collaborative research, on problems that arise in science, engineering, and industry. […]

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3 Lecturer Positions available at Limerick

Industrial and Applied Mathematics: Lecturer or Lecturer below the bar.Please see the MACSI website for more information. Statistics & Data Analytics: Lecturer and Lecturer below the bar.Please see the MACSI website for more information.   SALARY SCALE: Lecturer €52,187 – €83,038 p.a. SALARY SCALE: Lecturer below the bar €39,118 – €53,782 p.a. The Mathematics […]

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MACSI wins a Knowledge Transfer Ireland Research Impact Award for a Second Year in a Row!

A Project led by MACSI PhD Student Kevin Brosnan with Drs David O’Sullivan and Kevin Burke was awarded the 2018 Knowledge Transfer Ireland Research Consultancy Impact Award. The judges found that  Consultancy Impact Award winners, ‘University of Limerick and Xtract 360 Ltd’ were a compelling case for how a company can achieve value through accessing […]

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