Entries by Monika Zygowska

International Conference on Clinical Spectroscopy

The 12th International Conference on Clinical Spectroscopy will take place in Dublin on June 19 -23 2022. The exact details of the event will be announced shortly on http://spec2022.org/.

10th International Graduate summer School: Biophotonics ’22

10th International Graduate summer school Biophotonics ’22 will take place from 11 – 18 June 2022.   The purpose of the International Graduate summer school Biophotonics is to provide education for students at the highest international level within the area of optical biosensing led by renowned lecturers from around the world. Optical biosensing based on optical methods and instruments […]

PhotonHub European Photonics Academy

PhotonHub is a New European Academy to boost the skills and know-how of industry in exploiting opportunities in the €615B global photonics sector.   A programme to train thousands of industry workers in the adoption and development of innovative photonics-based solutions to some of society’s biggest challenges, from environmental sustainability to healthy living and smart […]

Biophotonics breakthrough on colon cancer detection

Researchers in Biophotonics team at IPIC are developing a more effective and less invasive way to diagnose and treat colorectal cancer, which is the third most common type of cancer in the world and the second most deadly, in partnership with clinicians at Mercy University Hospital (MUH) and Cork University Hospital (CUH). They have created […]

Photonics 4 Tomorrow’s World

The Photonics 4 Tomorrow’s World workshop will present the latest developments in photonics research, its transition from lab to market and platforms that support this agenda, such a EU pilot lines. It is organized by the Irish Photonics Integration Centre at Tyndall National Institute, in collaboration with Photonics Ireland. The workshop will include a presentation […]

IPIC & Tyndall seek applicants for Deep Tech start up programme

Individuals or teams with scalable ideas are invited to apply to a new explorer pre-accelerator programme with €20,000 prize fund and access to Europe’s semiconductor leaders. “do you have a great idea for a new product or service? we want to hear from you! explorer, a deep-tech pre-accelerator, is currently accepting applications for its 2021 […]

BioPixS selected as one of EI’s Big Ideas 2020

We are proud to announce that BioPixS has been selected amongst 12 Enterprise Ireland’s Big Ideas 2020, a showcase which enables highest quality early-stage research-led start-ups across Ireland to pitch their ideas to investors and researchers. Each year, the Enterprise Ireland event highlights not only the high standard of Irish research but also the accomplishments […]

SFI Frontiers Award for Prof. Tia Keyes

Prof. Tia Keyes, an IPIC Principal Investigator and a professor of physical chemistry at the School of Chemical Sciences as well as a member of the National Centre for Sensor Research at Dublin City University, has been awarded one of the prestigious research grants through SFI Frontiers for the Future Programme. Prof. Keyes was one […]

Invisible Light Exhibition – Art Meets Science at the Crawford Gallery

Art meets Science in Invisible Light, an expansive new exhibition from The School of Looking funded by Science Foundation Ireland’s (SFI) Discover Programme, which reignites the heritage of Crawford Art Gallery as an institution for both artistic and scientific endeavour. Through an ambitious, collaborative endeavour with Tyndall National Institute and the Irish Photonic Integration Centre […]

Launch of IPIC spinout company BioPixS

UCC Innovation has announced the launch of BioPixS, the latest spinout collaboration between IPIC SFI Research Centre, Tyndall National Institute, and UCC Innovation. BioPixS’ vision is to translate cutting-edge research into hi-tech, innovative solutions to impact the BioPhotonics market. Biophotonics is a multidisciplinary research area that focusses on the application of light-based technologies to life […]

Tyndall ChirpComm Team Wins 2020 IPIC NDRC Pre-Commercialisation Showcase

Congratulations to Tyndall researchers Xing Ouyang, Brian Murray and Simone Iadanza on winning 1st place in the 2020 IPIC NDRC Pre-Commercialisation Showcase with their startup ChirpComm. ChirpComm provides an advanced signal modulation solution for the next-generation wireless communication networks beyond 5G, with much higher capacity and better tolerances, while still being compatible with current modulation technology in 5G chipsets. This dramatically […]

Irish start-up BioPixS secures EU funding to support develop innovative Covid-19 response

On the 11th of August 2020, the European Commission announced funding for 23 projects targeting innovative and rapid health-related approaches to respond to Covid-19. One of these projects, VASCOVID, includes Irish SME BioPixS, Tyndall’s recent start-up company launched from the SFI funded centre IPIC. VASCOVID will develop a portable, non-invasive monitoring platform for the assessment […]

IPIC to host prestigious Marie Sklodowska-Curie Global Fellowship

The Irish Photonic Integration Centre (IPIC) has been successfully selected by the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 initiative to host a prestigious Marie Sklodowska-Curie Global Fellowship. The successful IPIC’s awardee, Dr. Pietro Pampili from the III-Nitride Materials Group, will carry out work as part of a RESENSE initiative, a highly innovative project that seeks to develop […]