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Photonics Training Courses Ireland

Degree Course title Region City Description Contact name Telephone E-mail Website
Bachelor Bachelor of Science NUI Galway Galway A programme which allows you to take a variety of subjects in the general scientific field before deciding to specialise in one scientific area for your four-year honours degree. This leads to specialities in topics such as: Photonics, Nanotechnologies, Advanced materials, Industrial Biotechnology, Nano-/ Micro Electronics, and Advanced Manufacturing. 353 (0)91 492182  science@nuigalway.ie http://www.nuigalway.ie/courses/undergraduate-courses/science-undenominated.html#course_overview
Bachelor BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN PHYSICS AND INSTRUMENTATION G.M.I.T. Galway Physics with Forensics, Electronic Instrumentation, Experimental Physics Digital Systems and Interfacing, Principles of Instrumentation & Calibration, Computer Programming, Green Energy Technology, Project, Control Systems, Forensic Analysis Techniques, Thermodynamics & Energy, Robotics & Automation. Dr. Seamus Lennon 091-742081 seamus.lennon@gmit.ie http://www.gmit.ie/physics-and-instrumentation/bachelor-science-physics-and-instrumentation
Bachelor  BSc (Hons) in Physics for Modern Technology Waterford Institute of Technology Waterford An inter-disciplinary course which provides students with an understanding of the physics underlying modern technologies such as semiconductors, optics/photonics, alternative energy, and sensor systems Dr. Claire Keary 51834087 CKEARY@wit.ie https://www.wit.ie/courses/school/science/department_of_computing_maths_physics/bsc_hons_in_physics_for_modern_technology#tab=description
Bachelor BSc BIOLOGICAL AND BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES NUI Maynooth Kildare The application of biomedical science to medical/clinical use Terry Roche 353 1 708 3843 terry.roche@nuim.ie https://www.maynoothuniversity.ie/study-maynooth/undergraduate-studies/courses/bsc-biological-and-biomedical-sciences
Bachelor BSc THEORETICAL PHYSICS & MATHEMATICS (SCIMS) NUI Maynooth Kildare Theoretical physicists study the entire physical world from the microscopic astrophysical world. The scope of its subject area ranges over such topics as, semiconductors, lasers, fractals, chaos, black holes, the Big Bang, the fundamental forces of nature, neural networks and the simulation of physical and biological systems. Daniel Heffernan 01 708 3774 dmh@thphys.nuim.ie https://www.maynoothuniversity.ie/study-maynooth/undergraduate-studies/courses/bsc-theoretical-physics-mathematics-scims
Bachelor BSc PHYSICS WITH ASTROPHYSICS NUI Maynooth Kildare You will study the latest telescopes, satellites, detector technology and data analysis techniques used to make the exquisitely sensitive observations needed in modern astrophysics. In addition you will receive an excellent grounding in all the core areas of Experimental Physics, opening up all the career opportunities available to physicists. N/A 353 1 708 3641 physics.department@nuim.ie https://www.maynoothuniversity.ie/study-maynooth/undergraduate-studies/courses/bsc-physics-astrophysics
Bachelor Applied Physics and Instrumentation Cork Institute of Terchnology Cork The aim of this course is to prepare graduates for a range of technical positions within the multi-disciplinary field of Applied Physics and Instrumentation. Whilst there is particular emphasis on employment within process industries, such as chemical, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, food, beverage and water, graduates are well equipped for employment in other sectors such as computers, medical devices and microelectronics, as well as in hospitals and in research and development. Richard Peard  021 4335870 richard.peard@cit.ie  http://www.cit.ie/course/CR001
Bachelor Bachelor of Science in Applied Physics University of Limerick Limerick The programme is four years in duration.The first two years provide you with a strong foundation in the following areas:cMechanics, Thermodynamics, Optics, Electromagnetism, Modern Physics, Experimental Physics, Chemistry, Electronics, Computing, Mathematics. The third and fourth years of study provide core material in the following areas: Quantum Mechanics, Semiconductors, Nanotechnology, Optoelectronics, Medical Physics.  Dr. Ian Clancy  00 353 61 202015 ian.clancy@ul.ie  http://www3.ul.ie/courses/AppliedPhysics.php
Bachelor Theoretical physics Trinity College Dublin Dublin Theoretical Physics explores the natural world at its most fundamental level, using mathematical theories guided by experimental investigation. For some it is the foundation for an academic career in mathematics or physics. For others it provides the basis for many career options in industry, medicine, law, finance and computing. Trinity provides a course which ranges widely across physics and mathematics. Its graduates are in demand for their technical skills and versatility Ms. Una Dowling +353 1 896 1949 / 2019 dowlingu@tcd.ie http://www.tcd.ie/courses/undergraduate/az/course.php?id=DUBES-TPHY-1F09
Bachelor Nanoscience, physics and chemistry of advanced materials Trinity College Dublin Dublin New methods of fabricating or interacting with such nanostructures is what nanoscience is all about. Nanoscience incorporates applications in energy, photonics, medical diagnostics, ultra-fast electronics and many other areas. Prof. Georg Duesberg 353 1 8961675 npcam@tcd.ie http://www.tcd.ie/courses/undergraduate/az/course.php?id=DUBES-NANO-1F09
Bachelor B.Sc. in Applied Physics (Bachelor Honours Degree) Dublin City University Dublin The basic foundations of physics will be laid in Years One and Two, while in Years Three and Four you can choose to study specialist topics such as instrumentation, nanotechnology, semiconductor materials plasma-physics and biophotonics. Dr Tony Cafolla 353 1 7005332 tony.cafolla@dcu.ie https://www101.dcu.ie/prospective/deginfo.php?classname=AP&degree_description=B.Sc.+in+Applied+Physics+%2528Bachelor+Honours+Degree%2529
Bachelor B.Eng. Electronic and Computer Engineering (DC190) Bachelor Honours Degree Dublin City University Dublin ECE with a Major in Systems and Devices - This is a specialisation in core electronics and semiconductor technologies that underpin research priority areas from sensors, diagnostics, medical devices, digital control of mechatronic systems to optical communications and novel materials. Ms Breda McManus 354 1 7005131 mcmanusb@eeng.dcu.ie https://www101.dcu.ie/prospective/deginfo.php?classname=ECE&originating_school=
Bachelor B.Sc. in Physics with Biomedical Sciences Dublin City University Dublin Physics with Biomedical Sciences is a gateway to a wide range of careers. Armed with highly marketable skills, you will be a powerful addition to any workforce. As a graduate you will be well placed to take on a career in areas such as biomedical instrumentation, clinical and diagnostic services, medical imaging and image processing or lasers and medical optical systems, to give but a few examples. Dr Jean-Paul Mosnier 355 1 7005303 jean-paul.mosnier@dcu.ie https://www101.dcu.ie/prospective/deginfo.php?classname=PBM&degree_description=B.Sc.+in+Physics+with+Biomedical+Sciences
Bachelor Physics with Energy and Environment Dublin Institute of Technology Dublin Physics: Problem Based Learning & Lectures (Optics & Electromagnetism, Mechanics, Relativity, Heat & Thermodynamics, Electronics & Semiconductors, Quantum Mechanics, Condensed Matter & Nuclear Physics, Vibrations & Waves, Renewable Energy, Technology for Sustainability, Environmental Physics, Atmospheric Physics), Mathematics IT & Computing Entrepreneurial Studies for Scientists  Dr John Doran 01 402 4953 john.doran@dit.ie http://dit.ie/studyatdit/undergraduate/programmescourses/allcourses/physicswithenergyandenvironmentdt221.html
Bachelor Physics Technology Dublin Institute of Technology Dublin Optics, Electromagnetism & Lasers, Condensed Matter, Electronics Ionising & Non Ionising Radiation, Quantum Mechanics, Physics of Materials, Thermal Physics, Computation,Environmental & Remote Sensing, Vacuum Techniques for Nanotechnology Dr Siobhan Daly 01 402 4927 siobhan.daly@dit.ie http://dit.ie/studyatdit/undergraduate/programmescourses/allcourses/physicstechnologydt222.html
Bachelor Physics with Medical Physics & Bioengineering Dublin Institute of Technology Dublin Medical Devices, Bioengineering and Rehabilitation Engineering, Medical Imaging and Radiotherapy Dr Jacinta Browne 01 402 4737 jacinta.browne@dit.ie http://dit.ie/studyatdit/undergraduate/programmescourses/allcourses/physicswithmedicalphysicsbioengineeringdt235.html
Master Structured Masters in Key Enabling Technologies NUI Galway Galway Students can participate in the following areas of interest: Photonics (Optical design, imaging, instrumentation, spectroscopy, laser matter interactions, laser tissue interactions), Nanotechnologies (Thin nano-films, bio-nanointeractions, nanomaterials), Advanced materials (Biomaterials, thin films, polymers, composites, chemical synthesis, biomechanics, soft condensed matter,aerosols), Industrial Biotechnology (Process analytical technologies, biodiagnostics, medical devices, pharmaceuticals, infectious diseases), Nano-/ Micro Electronics (Large area electronics, material properties, processes & applications, sensor / equipment development), Advanced Manufacturing (Medical Device Manufacturing, Automated inspection, Roll to roll manufacturing, Stem Cell Manufacturing, Occupational Health & Safety). Dr. Gerard O'Connor 353 91 492513 Gerard.oconnor@nuigalway.ie;
Master NanoBioScience University College Dublin Dublin Research work can be carried out on a number of themes including the following: Atomic-Force Microscopy (AFM), Cellular imaging, probing, and spectroscopy, Metamaterials, Molecular simulation, Multiphoton microscopy, Nano-toxicity, Nanotube simulation and experiment, Organic solar cells, Scanning Near-Field Optical Microscopy (SNOM), Spectroscopy of nanoscale structures.
Master MSc in Photonics University College Cork Cork To understand the physics and engineering of photonic materials, devices, systems and applications, and to develop the necessary professional skills for an entry level career in photonics research or industry. Dr. Frank Peters (0)21 4902381 F.Peters@ucc.ie http://www.physics.ucc.ie/mscphotonics/mscphotonics/
Master MSC (BIOMEDICAL SCIENCE) NUI Galway Galway An interdisciplinary approach to research, using technologies and skills from a range of scientific, engineering and clinical disciplines to address fundamental questions originating in biology and medicine. Dr Mary Ní Fhlathartaigh 353 91 495 323  mary.nifhlathartaigh@nuigalway.ie http://www.nuigalway.ie/courses/taught-postgraduate-courses/biomedical-science.html#course_overview
Master MASTER OF SCIENCE (BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING) NUI Galway Galway Biomechanics/medical devices, biomaterials and bioelectronics Jane Bowman 353 91 492723 jane.bowman@nuigalway.ie http://www.nuigalway.ie/courses/taught-postgraduate-courses/biomedical-engineering.html#course_overview
Master MSC (MEDICAL PHYSICS) NUI Galway Galway Training for physicists in the application of radiation physics in medicine Dr Mark J. Foley 353 91 495 383 mark.foley@nuigalway.ie http://www.nuigalway.ie/courses/taught-postgraduate-courses/medical-physics.html#course_overview
Master MSC (BIOTECHNOLOGY) NUI Galway Galway Focuses on the development and application of biological processes in research, commercial and industrial settings Dr Mary Ní Fhlathartaigh 353 91 495 323  mary.nifhlathartaigh@nuigalway.ie http://www.nuigalway.ie/courses/taught-postgraduate-courses/biotechnology.html#course_overview
Master Experimental Physics - Research NUI Galway Galway The NCLA research group has a broad portfolio of fundamental and applied research on laser material interactions and works closely with industry in technology transfer and training. The Applied Optics group focuses on the development and application of adaptive optics and optical design.. Imaging and applied optics are enabling technologies that underpin many key developments in biotechnology, healthcare, and communication, as well as a wide variety of consumer products. The NCLA and Applied Optics groups have joined forces to form the Centre for Applied Photonics, LightHOUSE. Dr. Gerard O'Connor  353 91 492 51 gerard.oconnor@nuigalway.ie http://www.nuigalway.ie/courses/research-postgraduate-programmes/physics.html
Master Photonic Integration & Advanced Data Storage - Research Queens University Belfast Antrim ?Ultra-reliable semiconductor lasers operating in hostile environments, Low cost planar lightwave circuit platforms, suitable for volume manufacture, Novel nanoplasmonic devices capable of operating in extreme environments, Advanced materials for magnetic recording, Atomic scale analysis techniques. Professor Robert Bowman 9097 6005 b.morris@qub.ac.uk http://postgradireland.com/course/15282
Master Theoretical Atomic Molecular & Optical Physics - Research Queens University Belfast Antrim ?Strong field laser interactions with atoms and molecules, especially attosecond and free-electron-laser sources, Quantum information processing, quantum optics, and quantum thermodynamics, Antimatter interactions with atoms and molecules, especially the role of vibrational Feshbach resonances, Electron scattering by very complex targets such as the iron peak elements, of considerable importance in astrophysics and by Rydberg atoms, Quantum many-body physics, ultracold atomic systems and simulation of their features, Foundations of quantum mechanics Professor Mauro Paternostro 9097 1907 applied.maths@qub.ac.uk http://www.qub.ac.uk/home/StudyatQueens/CourseFinder/PCF1617/PRCF1617/Course/TheoreticalAtomicMolecularandOpticalPhysics.html
Master Photonics - Research Cork Institute of Technology Cork Photonics research includes the CAPPA Research Centre which focuses on generating and harnessing light, impacting a wide range of areas, such as telecommunications, gas sensing, food and medical imaging. CAPPA works closely with industry. The Astronomy and Instrumentation Group (AIG) develops and uses instruments for astronomy, some of which have been used for other applications such as trace contaminant detection and air quality monitoring. Dr. Guillaume Huye 353-21-4335595 guillaume.huyet@cit.ie http://postgradireland.com/course/15887
Master Physics - Research Trinity College Dublin Dublin The main research areas are Nanotechnology, Scientific Computing and Photonics with activities ranging from spin-electronics, to carbon nanotubes and semiconductor lasers. There are also research groups working on soft-condensed matter and astrophysics with a new section on bio-nano Physics Professor James Lunney 353-1-896 1675 physics@tcd.ie http://www.tcd.ie/courses/postgraduate/research/schools/physics.php
Master Physics - Research University College Dublin Dublin Advanced optical imaging and biophysical applications (Brian Vohnsen) Brian Vohnsen (0)1 716 2361 brian.vohnsen@ucd.ie http://www.ucd.ie/physics/staff/opportunities/#d.en.55543
Master Physics - Applied University of Limerick Limerick To meet the needs of graduates who wish to augment their existing skills with an understanding of the methodology of physics and a knowledge of the physical principles underlying the operation of industrial processes and equipment. Inluding Optical Fibre and Optoelectronic Systems Dr Fernando Rhen 061-202290 Fernando.Rhen@ul.ie http://www.ul.ie/graduateschool/course/applied-physics-msc
Master Physics - Experimental - Research NUI Maynooth Kildare Research specialisms include terahertz space optics, cosmic microwave background astronomy, cluster physics, upper atmospheric physics, submillimetre astronomy, experimental fluid dynamics. Dr Michael F Cawley 353 1 708 3641 physics.department@nuim.ie;
Master Physical Sciences - Research Dublin City University Dublin Research Based in the following groups:Astrophysics Group, Centre for Laser Plasma Research (CLPR), Microsystems Group, Optical Sensors Laboratory (OSL), Plasma Research Laboratory (PRL), Semiconductor Spectroscopy Laboratory (SSL), Surfaces and Interfaces Research Laboratory (SIRL) Ms Lisa Peyton 354 1 7005306 lisa.peyton@dcu.ie http://www4.dcu.ie/physics/physics-research-activities.shtml
Doctoral Photonic Integration & Advanced Data Storage - Research Queens University Belfast Antrim ?Ultra-reliable semiconductor lasers operating in hostile environments, Low cost planar lightwave circuit platforms, suitable for volume manufacture, Novel nanoplasmonic devices capable of operating in extreme environments, Advanced materials for magnetic recording, Atomic scale analysis techniques. Professor Robert Bowman 9097 6005 b.morris@qub.ac.uk http://postgradireland.com/course/15282
Doctoral Theoretical Atomic Molecular & Optical Physics - Research Queens University Belfast Antrim ?Strong field laser interactions with atoms and molecules, especially attosecond and free-electron-laser sources, Quantum information processing, quantum optics, and quantum thermodynamics, Antimatter interactions with atoms and molecules, especially the role of vibrational Feshbach resonances, Electron scattering by very complex targets such as the iron peak elements, of considerable importance in astrophysics and by Rydberg atoms, Quantum many-body physics, ultracold atomic systems and simulation of their features, Foundations of quantum mechanics Professor Mauro Paternostro 9097 1907 applied.maths@qub.ac.uk http://www.qub.ac.uk/home/StudyatQueens/CourseFinder/PCF1617/PRCF1617/Course/TheoreticalAtomicMolecularandOpticalPhysics.html
Doctoral Photonics - Research Cork Institute of Technology Cork Photonics research includes the CAPPA Research Centre which focuses on generating and harnessing light, impacting a wide range of areas, such as telecommunications, gas sensing, food and medical imaging. CAPPA works closely with industry. The Astronomy and Instrumentation Group (AIG) develops and uses instruments for astronomy, some of which have been used for other applications such as trace contaminant detection and air quality monitoring. Dr. Guillaume Huye 353-21-4335595 guillaume.huyet@cit.ie http://postgradireland.com/course/15887
Doctoral Experimental Physics - Research NUI Galway Galway The NCLA research group has a broad portfolio of fundamental and applied research on laser material interactions and works closely with industry in technology transfer and training. The Applied Optics group focuses on the development and application of adaptive optics and optical design.. Imaging and applied optics are enabling technologies that underpin many key developments in biotechnology, healthcare, and communication, as well as a wide variety of consumer products. The NCLA and Applied Optics groups have joined forces to form the Centre for Applied Photonics, LightHOUSE. Dr. Gerard O'Connor  353 91 492 51 gerard.oconnor@nuigalway.ie http://www.nuigalway.ie/courses/research-postgraduate-programmes/physics.html
Doctoral Physics - Structured NUI Galway Galway The NCLA research group has a broad portfolio of fundamental and applied research on laser material interactions and works closely with industry in technology transfer and training. The Applied Optics group focuses on the development and application of adaptive optics and optical design.. Imaging and applied optics are enabling technologies that underpin many key developments in biotechnology, healthcare, and communication, as well as a wide variety of consumer products. The NCLA and Applied Optics groups have joined forces to form the Centre for Applied Photonics, LightHOUSE. Dr. Gerard O'Connor  354 91 492 51 gerard.oconnor@nuigalway.ie http://www.nuigalway.ie/courses/research-postgraduate-programmes/structured-phd/physics.html
Doctoral Physics - Research Trinity College Dublin Dublin The main research areas are Nanotechnology, Scientific Computing and Photonics with activities ranging from spin-electronics, to carbon nanotubes and semiconductor lasers. There are also research groups working on soft-condensed matter and astrophysics with a new section on bio-nano Physics Professor James Lunney 353-1-896 1675 physics@tcd.ie http://www.tcd.ie/courses/postgraduate/research/schools/physics.php
Doctoral Physics - Research University College Dublin Dublin Advanced optical imaging and biophysical applications (Brian Vohnsen) Brian Vohnsen (0)1 716 2361 brian.vohnsen@ucd.ie http://www.ucd.ie/physics/staff/opportunities/#d.en.55543
Doctoral Physical Sciences - Research Dublin City University Dublin Research Based in the following groups:Astrophysics Group, Centre for Laser Plasma Research (CLPR), Microsystems Group, Optical Sensors Laboratory (OSL), Plasma Research Laboratory (PRL), Semiconductor Spectroscopy Laboratory (SSL), Surfaces and Interfaces Research Laboratory (SIRL) Ms Lisa Peyton 354 1 7005306 lisa.peyton@dcu.ie http://www4.dcu.ie/physics/physics-research-activities.shtml
Doctoral Physics - Experimental - Research NUI Maynooth Kildare Research specialisms include terahertz space optics, cosmic microwave background astronomy, cluster physics, upper atmospheric physics, submillimetre astronomy, experimental fluid dynamics. Dr Michael F Cawley 353 1 708 3641 physics.department@nuim.ie https://www.maynoothuniversity.ie/experimental-physics/our-courses/msc-experimental-physics