College of Science, Engineering and Food Science

College of Science, Engineering and Food Science

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  • Barton, John; O'Flynn, Brendan; Aherne, Kevin; Morrissey, Anthony; Cassells, Alan; Drossos, Nikos; Goumopoulos, Christos; Tooke, Fiona; Whitbread-Abrutat, Peter (2006)
    Several applications, such as precision farming, military field monitoring and seismic activity monitoring require reliable and extended lifetime deployments of potentially a very large number of wireless sensor and actuator ...
  • O'Donoghue, John; Herbert, John; Sammon, David; Barton, John (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2008-12)
    Next generation pervasive medical domains will be made up of numerous quantities of autonomous: processing, communicating and sensing devices. These may include personal digital assistants (PDA) wireless sensor networks ...
  • O'Flynn, Brendan; Angove, Philip; Barton, John; Gonzalez, Alfonso; O'Donoghue, John; Herbert, John (2006-09)
    The 1990s has been the era of the personal com puter and the mobile phone with the resulting large-scale inte gration of IT and communications providing vast processing power and accessibility to information and people. ...
  • Hanna, Michelle (University College Cork, 2021-12-21)
    Cancer is a leading cause of both morbidity and mortality globally [1]. Additionally, its incidence is continuing to rise year on year. Thus the development of treatments and supports to tackle and reduce cancer morbidity ...
  • Minogue, Ruth; Foley, Karen; Collins, Tracy; Hennessy, Ronan; Doherty, Pat; Vaughan, Eilis; Black, Deirdre (Marine Institute, 2020-12)
    This is the final report of the Regional Seascape Character Assessment prepared for the Marine Institute. This report presents the Regional Seascape Character Areas along the entire Republic of Ireland coast. Seascape ...

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