Tyndall National Institute - Doctoral Theses

Tyndall National Institute - Doctoral Theses

 

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  • Robinson, Caoimhe (University College Cork, 2020)
    The global population, currently 7.7 billion, is expected to grow to 9.7 billion by 2050. This is expected to lead to a 70% increase in demand for animal-based protein. Irish beef and dairy products account for over 50% ...
  • Perrott, Alison H. (University College Cork, 2020-10)
    The number of internet users and the internet traffic are growing exponentially year-on-year, leading to an ever-increasing demand for data. This demand risks saturating the current network and is, therefore, driving ...
  • Seymour, Ian P. (University College Cork, 2020-06-15)
    Water quality monitoring is crucial to ensure that (i) water is safe to be consumed by humans, and (ii) that it is of adequate quality for aquatic life. The European Union has dedicated two of its seventeen sustainable ...
  • Kaur, Amandeep (University College Cork, 2020-09-01)
    The exponential growth of data traffic has motivated the researchers to find the transmission technologies which can offer high capacity transmission with high spectral efficiency (SE) at economical cost. The next-generation ...
  • O'Mahony, Shane M. (University College Cork, 2020-09-02)
    The main focus of this work is to investigate how electronic excitation changes the forces between atoms in materials, causing large amplitude collective atomic motion, referred to as coherent phonon motion. The recent ...

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