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Collaborative Research

Collaborative Research at TU Dublin - Blanchardstown

The research community at TU Dublin - Blanchardstown Campus is involved collaboratively with research projects with industry, community organisations and different agencies in the locality. Some of these include:

  • National Road Authorities
  • IBM
  • Intel
  • Havoc
  • Wavebob Ltd.
  • ESB
  • Health Service Execituve
  • SMEs on the Innovation Voucher scheme

Funding for these collaborations has been secured from:

  • The Technological Sector Postgraduate R&D Skills Training Programme

  • Enterprise Ireland's Innovation Partnership scheme where the Institute has teamed up with local companies to conduct R&D to improve processes and procedures

  • Enterprise Ireland’s Proof Of Concept funding which allows the development of a possible commercial activity

  • Enterprise Ireland's Innovation Voucher Scheme for linking SMEs with 3rd level institutions

  • The Embark Initiative

  • The Higher Education Authority

  • Leonardo Da Vinci programs

TU Dublin - Blanchardstown Campus has been very successful in linking with SMEs through the Enterprise Ireland Innovation Scheme which allows enterprises to link with 3rd level Institutions to enable the enterprise to get some innovative research and development completed for the growth of their business.

Further information on any aspect of R&D or knowledge transfer activities contact TU Dublin - Blanchardstown Campus Industrial Liaison Manager, Claire MacNamee on (01) 885 1502 or email


What our students say...


"I work in IBM, they funded my course. It’s great to have that. At work I found that a lot of people had higher qualifications, there were a lot of doctorates, masters… For getting on in your job, the higher qualification would definitely be in your favour"

Paul King,
MSc Computing

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