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.
To commemorate the 175th anniversary of Engineering in Trinity, the School hosted a number of events on 15th November, 2016, 175 years to the day since the first lecture was held in 1841.
30 November 2016
Junior Sophister students from the School of Engineering and the School of Business finish third place in the ESB Challenge.
28 November 2016
To mark 175 years of Engineering at Trinity, a number of celebratory events have been organised for Tuesday, 15 November including the Macneill Lecture and a Gala dinner.
24 October 2016
An international team comprising engineers, mathematicians and doctors has applied a technique used for detecting damage in underwater marine structures to identify cancerous cells in breast cancer histopathology images.
21 October 2016
Applications are now open for 2016 Kinsella Scholarships for second year Engineering and Engineering with Management students.
10 October 2016
A design and innovation module run by Assistant Professor Conor Buckley is pushing the boundaries of traditional education with the use of 3D printing technology.
4 October 2016