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Enterprise Awards

EEECS - Enterprise Awards

Training in innovation and entrepreneurship is a key part of the school’s postgraduate and undergraduate curriculum, building upon academic excellence and cutting edge research. Successful projects take part in national enterprise competitions competing against teams from other schools, universities and research and higher education institutes. The School of Electronics, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science has been very successful in enterprise competitions winning  a number of top national enterprise awards by research and undergraduate students over the past 6 years.

 

Enterprise awards won by EEECS research and undergraduate students:

2007

  • iMAS – best undergraduate project prize winner of the £25K Student Enterprise Competition (£3,000), November 2007

 

2006

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    • overall winner of the £25K Student Enterprise Competition (£10,000), October 2006
    • “The most technologically innovative idea” prize winner of the All Island €40K Student Enterprise Competition (€5,000), May 2006
    • runner-up prize winner of the All Island €40K Student Enterprise Competition (€3,000) May 2006


    • best postgraduate project winner of the All Island €40K Student Enterprise Competition of €4,000 May 2006


  • School of EEECS
    • faculty prize winner £25K Student Enterprise Competition (£2,500), October 2006

 

2005

    • overall winner of the All Island €40K Student Enterprise Competition, May 2005


    • runner-up prize winner of the All Island €40K Student Enterprise Competition (€3,000) May 2005


    • runner-up prize winner of the £25K Student Enterprise Competition (£3,000), November 2005


    • best undergraduate project prize winner  of the £25K Student Enterprise Competition (£3,000),  November 2005

 

2004

    • "College Entrepreneurs of the Year" prize winner of the All Island €40K Student Enterprise Competition (award €3,000), May 2004


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    • best undergraduate project prize winner  of the £25K Student Enterprise Competition (£3,000), November 2004

 

2003

    • "The most technologically innovative idea" prize winner of the All Island €40K Student Enterprise Competition (€5,000), May 2003

 

2001

    • overall winner of the £20K Student Enterprise Competition (£10,000), October 2001