You are very welcome to the TCD School of Engineering, an institution rich in tradition and progressive in outlook.
The School was founded in 1841 and is one of the oldest Engineering Schools in the English speaking world. The Baccalaureus in Arte Ingeniaria (BAI) degree was established in 1872 and early graduates played a major role in the development of local government services and infrastructure in 19th century Ireland, whilst others contributed as far afield as India, Australia, Africa and Japan. In addition to many famous engineers, the list of graduates includes landscape artist, Nathaniel Hone, and songwriter, Percy French. Well-known graduates of more recent vintage include Chris Horn of Iona Technologies and John McGuire of Trintech.
Trinity College Dublin and Thapar University have announced the intention to develop an institutional partnership at a special event in New Delhi following exploratory high-level discussions and visits by both institutions and a successful academic review in early November, 2014, by Trinity College Dublin of four Thapar University departments: Civil Engineering, Computer Science & Engineering, Electronics & Communication Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering.
27 November 2014
A team of staff and students from the School of Engineering was awarded the 2014 Technological Innovation Award for designing a prototype robot to help a teenager born without limbs carry out everyday tasks. The award was received at the annual Engineers Ireland Excellence Awards.
25 November 2014
The Inaugural Professor John Fitzpatrick Medal has been awarded to Kate Gillen, a 2014 MAI Mechanical Engineering graduate, at an event held in Trinity College on 4th November, 2014.
6 November 2014
Young women are much better at learning from their driving mistakes than their male counterparts. Once flaws are pointed out, the women are much more likely to change their driving behaviour than men.
7 October 2014
A new resource unveiled by researchers from Trinity and Harvard will provide both experienced and aspiring researchers with the intellectual raw materials needed to design, build, and operate robots made from soft, flexible materials.
1 October 2014
The 31st International Manufacturing Conference took place at Cork Institute of Technology on the 4th and 5th September 2014. Trinity College was well-represented bringing home two prizes: first place and runner-up.
23 September 2014