Martin Hayes

Head of the Department of Electronic & Computer Engineering

Dr. Hayes is a Senior Lecturer and Head of the Department of Electronic and Computer Engineering at the University of Limerick. Martin joined the University as a Lecturer in 1995 having held numerous research oriented positions both in other universities and in industry.

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Martin Hayes
Head of the Department of Electronic & Computer Engineering
Robotics & Control
+353 61 202 577

Martin's goals are the delivery of world class contributions in:
• Wireless telecommunications
• Renewable energy
• Systems science
• Education
Martin is a founding member of the Irish signals & Systems Committee and is a Funded Investigator with CONFIRM.

• PhD in Automatic Control, Dublin City University
• MEng in Computer Systems, University of Limerick
• BEng in Electronic Engineering, University of Limerick

• Robust Control Systems
• Constraint programming for Machine Learning
• Development of new systems science contributions in Wireless Sensor Networks
• Dynamic control in Renewable Energy systems, Computer Controlled Systems, Robust Analysis and Performance in Biomedical Control Systems
• Process Control for Smart Digital Manufacturing

• Digital Signal Processing
• Wireless Sensor Network
• Control Systems • Sensor Technology
• Control Systems Engineering
• Embedded Systems
• Sensor Networks
• Automation & Control

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