Tyndall National Institute - Masters by Research Theses

Tyndall National Institute - Masters by Research Theses

 

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  • Game, Alexander (University College Cork, 2020-03)
    As Moore’s Law predicted in the 1960s, advancements in technology have led to an exponential increase in the numbers of transistors required per square inch of integrated circuits, leading to an ever pressing need for ...
  • O'Shea, Cian (University College Cork, 2021)
    Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) are Internet of Things (IoT) edge devices. They are becoming widely adopted in many industries including health care, building energy management and conditional monitoring. As the scale of ...
  • Murphy, Tommy (University College Cork, 2020-09-01)
    Photonic integrated circuits (PICs) integrate optical components on a single semiconductor chip. As time has progressed, advances have been made allowing the components of these PICs to become smaller and smaller. It is ...
  • Dixon, Ehren (University College Cork, 2020-08-31)
    The objective of this research was to develop, characterise and test post-processed magnetic materials used for in-package or on-chip devices such as micro-inductors. The electrochemical post-processing has been shown to ...
  • Desmond, Philip (University College Cork, 2020-08)
    This thesis covers the design and development of a controllable electromagnetic compression medical device that addresses the need for control of magnetic attraction in the clinical setting. This work outlines the design ...

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