Fibre Optic Technologies: Licensing Opportunities University of Limerick - May 2014 front page preview

Fibre Optic Technologies: Licensing Opportunities University of Limerick - May 2014

The Optical Fibre Sensors Research Centre, at the University of Limerick, have developed a number of technologies and capabilities that are suitable for a multitude of applications: - Temperature Compensated Pressure Se...

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Gas Sensing Technology: Licensing Opportunity University of Limerick - May 2014 front page preview

Gas Sensing Technology: Licensing Opportunity University of Limerick - May 2014

The product is an optical based gas detector. There are no consumable parts. Each sensor can be designed to detect either a single gas or multiple gases, once the gasses to be detected are specified in advance at the des...

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Programmable on-chip ADC Test Solution: Licensing Opportunity University of Limerick - May 2014 front page preview

Programmable on-chip ADC Test Solution: Licensing Opportunity University of Limerick - May 2014

Mixed-signal System-on-Chip (SoC) testing has become prohibitively expensive with the ever increasing integration of complex analogue circuitry. Specifically, data converters are components that require significant test ...

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Stress and Similar Analysis on Computing Devices: Licensing Opportunities University of Limerick - May 2014 front page preview

Stress and Similar Analysis on Computing Devices: Licensing Opportunities University of Limerick - May 2014

Researchers at the University of Limerick have developed a method which for the first time removes the constraints imposed by computing device precision in matrix algebra. This method has been proven in the area of stre...

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Nanosensors Utilizing Nanowire Electrodes -  Licensing Opportunity University College Cork - May 2014 front page preview

Nanosensors Utilizing Nanowire Electrodes - Licensing Opportunity University College Cork - May 2014

The Nanotechnology Group at Tyndall have developed the world’s first fully integrated nanoelectrochemical multiplexed silicon chips for electroanalysis employing arrays of discrete gold nanowires as sensors. Using microe...

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