Martin Hayes

Head of the Department of Electronic & Computer Engineering

University of Limerick Dublin City University Ireland 1999 – Present; Lecturer at the University of Limerick; 1996 – 1999; Junior Lecturer at the University of Limerick; 1993 – 1995; Research Associate at the Control Systems Group, Dublin City University; 1993 – 1995; Lecturer at the Institute of Technology, Tallaght; 1989 – 1992 Research Officer at the Electronics Manufacturing Centre, AMT Ireland; 1987 – 1988; Experimental Technician at the Irish Research Centre for Agriculture, Moorepark, Co. Cork.
Goals :-World class contributions in Wireless Telecommunications, Renewable Energy, Systems Science and Education.Specialties: Robust Control Systems. Development of systems science in Wireless Sensor Networks. Dynamic control in Renewable Energy (esp. Solar) systems, Computer Controlled Systems, Robust Analysis and Performance in Biomedical Control Systems, Process Control for the Electronics Manufacturing Industries. Founder member of the Irish Signals and Systems Committee, (under the auspices of the RIA) which is the designated IFAC NMO (National Member Organisation) for control engineering research in Ireland.

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Martin Hayes
Head of the Department of Electronic & Computer Engineering
Robotics & Control

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